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Effects of radiation therapy on craniofacial and dental implants: a review of the literature.
The therapeutic use of botulinum toxin in cervical and maxillofacial conditions: an evidence-based review.
Principles of BOI: Clinical, Scientific, and Practical Guidelines to 4-D Dental Implantology
- S. Ihde
- 23 November 2004
Aspects of BOI Treatment in Periodontally Involved Cases and Legal Aspects of Therapeutic Alternatives and Costs: Court Decisions and Health Insurers are reviewed.
Restoration of the Atrophied Mandible Using Basal Osseointegrated Implants and Fixed Prosthetic Superstructures
- S. Ihde
- MedicineImplant dentistry
The nonremovable reconstruction of the atrophic mandible is possible with basal osseointegrated implants in an immediate-load procedure and the vertical dimension and the aesthetic appearance may be reconstructed in the desired way.
Indications and Treatment Modalities with Corticobasal Jaw Implants
- S. Ihde
- MedicineAnnals of Maxillofacial Surgery
- 1 July 2019
This consensus document describes treatment modalities with corticobasal implants in the field of oral and maxillofacial implantology.
Systematic Terminology of Cortical Bone Areas for Osseo-Fixated Implants in Strategic Oral Implantology
A new didactic approach for communicating the principles of strategic implantology is described, using the “1-2-3 classification” for the identification of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd cortical as points of interest for positioning of the abutment and for remote initial osseofixation for axial basal implants in oral and maxillofacial implantology.
Modeling of load transmission and distribution of deformation energy before and after healing of basal dental implants in the human mandible
- S. Kopp, J. Kuzelka, T. Goldmann, L. Himmlova, S. Ihde
- Engineering, Materials ScienceBiomedizinische Technik. Biomedical engineering
- 1 February 2011
The amount and distribution of pressure, stress, and deformation energy when basal implants in the mandible are restored with a bridge which is loaded at two different stages of bone healing is presented.
Comparison of implant survival with implants placed in acceptable and compromised bone: a literature review
Quantifying the risk of implant failure in patients with compromised bone should assist the implantologist in treatment decision making and patient counseling.
Bendable vs. angulated dental implants: consideration of elastic and plastic material properties based on experimental implant material data and FEA.
- T. Goldmann, S. Ihde, J. Kuzelka, L. Himmlova
- Materials Science, EngineeringBiomedical papers of the Medical Faculty of the…
- 1 December 2008
B bendable (basal) implants show a more even stress distribution along the vertical implant region than identically shaped implants with a machine-angulated area, and probably resist masticatory forces better than pre-angulation, machined implants, and unbent implants which provide a thin region in the Vertical implant area.