Etiqueta: Carl E. Misch

Contemporary Implant Dentistry 1st edition – Carl E. Misch

Libros de Medicina – Rincón Médico Contemporary Implant Dentistry Organized dentistry in the early 1900s vehemently opposed fixed partial dentures. In 1911 Hunter1 blamed the “mausoleum of gold over a mass of sepsis” for complicating anemia, gastritis, kidney disease, and lesions of the cord. Gillet in 1914 stated that the day of fixed bridgework had passed and that the next decade would see the end of its use.2 The reformation of fixed partial dentures occurred when anatomic form, occlusion, and physiologic principies were introduced. Twenty years ago, the mere mention of the word “implant” was controversial. Organized dentistry was cautious

Dental Implant Prosthetics 2nd Edition – Carl E. Misch

Descripción Dental Implant Prosthetics In the early 1900s, fixed partial dentures to replace missing teeth in a partially edentulous patient were vehemently opposed, and removable partial dentures were strongly encouraged. In 1911, Hunter blamed the “mausoleum of gold over a mass of sepsis” for complicating systemic conditions of anemia, gastritis, kidney disease, and lesions of the spinal cord.1 Despite this popular belief, fixed partial dentures became the standard of care to replace missing teeth and are still taught in every dental school in North America. In fact, if a dental student does not perform a traditional fixed partial denture, they

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