Über den Autor
Irfan Ahmad has a private dental practice on the outskirts of London, UK. He is an active member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. He writes extensively on the topic of aesthetic restorations and is a popular invited speaker at dental conferences across the world. His publications number over 120 in peer reviewed international dental journals, and he is the sole author of three books, Digital and Conventional Photography: A Practical Clinical Manual, A Clinical Guide to Anterior Dental Aesthetics and Protocols for Predictable Aesthetic Dental Restorations.
Preface 8rnAcknowledgements 9rnSection 1: Overview of prosthodonticsrn1. Overview: rehabilitation of natural teeth 10rn2. Overview: rehabilitation by artificial teeth 12rnSection 2: Diagnosticsrn3. Diagnostics: history taking 14rn4. Diagnostics: initial consultation 16rn5. Diagnostic adjuncts 1 18rn6. Diagnostic adjuncts 2 20rn7. Radiography 22rn8. Computed tomography 24rn9. Dental photography 26rn10. Occlusal analysis 28rn11. Plaster casts and additive diagnostics 30rnSection 3: Treatment planningrn12. Treatment planning: evidence-based treatment 32rn13. Treatment planning: decision-making 34rnSection 4: Occlusionrn14. Occlusion: terminology and defi nitions 36rn15. Occlusion: clinical procedures 38rn16. Occlusion: laboratory procedures 40rn17. Occlusion: adjustment and splints 42rnSection 5: Periodontal aspectsrn18. The dentogingival apparatus 44rn19. Prosthodontic considerations 46rnSection 6: Endodontic aspectsrn20. The dental pulp 48rn21. Intraradicular support 50rn22. Coronal support: core build-up 52rnSection 7: Anterior dental aestheticsrn23. Anterior dental aesthetics: basic principles 54rn24. Anterior dental aesthetics: theories 56rn25. Anterior dental aesthetics: guidelines 58rn26. Anterior dental aesthetics: bleaching 60rnSection 8: Intracoronal restorationsrn27. Choice of intracoronal restorations 62rn28. Choice of materials for direct restorations 64rnSection 9: Extracoronal restorationsrn29. Choice of extracoronal restorations 66rnSection 10: Materials for indirect restorationsrn30. Cast metal alloys, titanium and resin-based composites 68rn31. Ceramic materials 70rnSection 11: Tooth preparationrn32. Micro-invasive and minimally invasive techniques 72rn33. General guidelines for rotary tooth preparation 74rn34. Preparation for resin-bonded fi xed partial dentures 76rn35. Preparation for inlays and onlays 78rn36. Preparation for porcelain laminate veneers 80rn37. Preparation for full coverage crowns and fixed partial dentures 82rnSection 12: Temporary restorationsrn38. Provisionals 84rnSection 13: Impressionsrn39. Impression materials 86rn40. Impression techniques and armamentarium 88rn41. Impressions: soft tissue management 90rnSection 14: Dental laboratoryrn42. Computer-aided design and manufacture technology 92rnSection 15: Cementationrn43. Luting agents 94rn44. Luting agents for defi nitive restorations 96rn45. Dentine bonding agents 98rn46. Luting techniques 100rnSection 16: Removable prosthesesrn47. Removable prostheses 102rnSection 17: Dental implantsrn48. Osseointegration 104rn49. Implants: general considerations 106rn50. Implants: treatment planning 108rn51. Augmentation and site preparation 110rn52. Implants: surgical techniques 112rn53. Types and configuration of implants 114rn54. Implant abutments 116rn55. Restorative options 118rnIndex 121
Prosthodontics at a Glance is a title in the popular At A Glance series and focuses on prosthodontics from diagnostics through treatment to post-operative maintenance. It is an ideal companion for all students of dentistry, clinicians and members of the dental team with an interest in prosthodontics.