Table of Contents

1. Introduction

 

2. Proceedings of the Third ITI Consensus Conference: Loading Protocols in Implant Dentistry
2.1 Consensus Statements and Recommended Clinical Procedures Regarding Loading Protocols for Endosseous Dental Implants
2.1.1 Definition of Terms
2.1.2 Review of Loading Protocols
2.1.3 Consensus Statements
2.1.4 Clinical Recommendations
2.1.5 Conclusions
2.2 Review of Implant Loading Protocols
2.2.1 Original Loading Protocols
2.2.2 Evolution of Loading Protocols
2.2.3 Edentulous Mandible
2.2.4 Edentulous Maxilla
2.2.5 Single-Tooth Gaps
2.2.6 Multi-Tooth Gaps
2.2.7 Conclusions

 

3. General Principles for the Pre-Treatment Assessment of and Planning for Partially Dentate Patients Receiving Dental Implants
3.1 Diagnostic Factors for Esthetic Risk Assessment
3.2 Treatment Regulators and Risk Factors
3.3 Factors Influencing Decision-Making in Treatment Approaches
3.3.1 Scientific Documentation
3.3.2 Benefit for the Patient
3.3.3 Risk for Complications
3.4 Difficulty Level of the Prosthodontic Treatment
3.5 Cost Effectiveness

 

4. Clinical Case Presentations Based on Different Loading Protocols
Posterior Multi-Tooth Gaps and Free-End Situations in the Maxilla or Mandible
4.1 Replacement of Multiple Teeth in a Partially Dentate Posterior Mandible with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis Using an Early Loading Protocol
4.2 Replacement of Multiple Teeth in a Partially Dentate Posterior Mandible with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis Using an Early Loading Protocol
4.3 Replacement of Multiple Teeth in a Partially Dentate Posterior Maxilla and Mandible with Fixed Dental Prostheses Using a Conventional Loading Protocol
4.4 Replacement of Multiple Teeth in a Partially Dentate Posterior Maxilla with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis and a Crown Using Conventional Loading Protocols
4.5 Replacement of Multiple Teeth in a Partially Dentate Posterior Maxilla with Crowns Using a Conventional Loading Protocol
4.6 Replacement of Two Teeth in a Partially Dentate Posterior Maxilla with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis Using a Conventional Loading Protocol
Single-Tooth Gaps in the Posterior Maxilla or Mandible

4.7 Replacement of a Maxillary Left Second Premolar Using an Immediate Restoration Protocol
4.8 Replacement of a Maxillary Right First Molar Using an Early Loading Protocol
4.9 Replacement of a Maxillary Right Second Premolar Using an Early Loading Protocol
4.10 Replacement of a Maxillary Left First Molar Using an Early Loading Protocol
Single-Tooth Gaps in the Anterior Maxilla
4.11 Replacement of a Maxillary Right Central Incisor Using an Immediate Restoration Protocol
4.12 Replacement of a Maxillary Right Central Incisor Using an Early Loading Protocol
4.13 Replacement of a Maxillary Right Central Incisor Using an Early Loading Protocol
Multi-Tooth Gaps in the Anterior Maxilla
4.14 Replacement of the Four Maxillary Incisors with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis Using an Immediate Loading Protocol
4.15 Replacement of the Four Maxillary Incisors with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis Using an Early Loading Protocol
4.16 Replacement of the Four Maxillary Incisors with a Fixed Dental Prosthesis Using a Conventional Loading Protocol

 

5. Conclusions Regarding Loading Decisions for the Partially Dentate Maxilla or Mandible
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Degree of Treatment Difficulty
5.3 Conclusions: Loading Protocols for Partially Dentate Patients

 

6. Literature/References

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