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Clinical Anatomy for Oral Implantology

Anatomical knowledge is vital not only for the safe and successful execution of surgical procedures, but also as the basis for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. This in-depth anatomical text is designed with the practicing implantologist in mind, and it has been revitalized to have the utmost relevance to the clinical reality of oral implantology today. Impeccable full-page illustrations demonstrate a detailed view of each anatomical area, and clinical photos, radiographs, CBCT scans, and cadaver specimens provide a complete picture of what the clinician can expect to encounter. As in the previous edition, the aim of this book has been to present the necessary anatomical material in a readable and interesting form, and every effort has been made to sequence the information in a logical manner. This book is a must-have for any implant surgeon. 565 illustrations Contents: Arteries, Veins, and Innervation • Muscles of Facial Expression and Mastication • Posterior Maxilla • Zygomatic Bone • Anterior Maxilla • Posterior Mandible • Anterior Mandible • Bone Density and Adjacent Teeth • Anatomy for Surgical Emergencies • Topographic Anatomy • Venipuncture

Louie Al-Faraje


RK 667.I45 A385C 2021

March 15, 2024