Research Publications

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What do you understand by informed consent and how do you ensure it?

"Consent is the act of an individual (or guardian) giving permission for a procedure to be carried out to their body."

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Asepsis in dental Implantology.

"The control of pathogens in surgery has been widely reported over the last 150 years and essentially is prevention of infection and management of surgical sites."

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Criteria for Measuring Success for Osseo-integrated Implants in Dentistry.

Whilst there is evidence of dental implants being used to restore dentition back as far as 600AD, the concept of an osseointegrated titanium dental implant was first brought into the public arena in the 1970s by Branemark.

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Guided Bone Regeneration

It has been well documented that periodontal issues have the capability of regenerating and Guided Tissue regeneration is a techniques which has been used in periodontics to restore defects for a period of time.

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Discuss the relative merits of each of the following methods of connecting a correctly formed abutment (for a cement retained restoration) to an implant placed within the available bone.

"An implant abutment is the prosthetic component which attaches to the implant fixture that has been placed into the patients bone at the fixture site."

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Bone manipulation in the Maxilla.

"Good bone density and quality is paramount with the placement of endosseous implants."

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Bone grafts from intra-oral donor sites.

"Successful implant dentistry is dependent on a good volume of high quality bone in which the endo-osseous implant can be placed."

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Alveolar distraction osteogenesis.

"Distraction osteogenesis is a technique which has been used since the early 20th century to correct deformities on long bones, often lengthening and simultaneously increasing the soft tissue volume of the associated bone."

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Immediate loading of implants.

"Immediate loading is a relatively newly accepted concept in implant dentistry which provides the patient with the option of immediate restoration of the fixture where suitable conditions are in place."

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Treatment Centres

A dental implant is essentially like a tooth root but made out of titanium, one of the hardest metals, and is placed into the area where the tooth would be.

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Why should I replace missing teeth?

When you lose a tooth, you start a whole cycle, which will have a domino effect on the rest of your teeth.

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