New Marketing Campaign Set for Science Book

Leonard I. Linkow, DDS, DMSC, sets a new marketing push for “Renaissance of the Subperiosteal Implant: Volume II” (published by Xlibris on July of 2014). This book details the recent advances and techniques in the world of dentistry and reviews conventional and new methodological approaches that benefit people who have lost all of their natural teeth.

In 1984, Linkow developed the mandibular tripodal subperiosteal implant. In its present design, it is indicated for edentulous patients with advanced mandibular atrophy who cannot be successfully treated by conventional root form implants without significant prior bone grafting and reconstruction. The implant procedure combines a harmonious union of delicate surgical and impression techniques, with advanced biochemical considerations in the fabrication of the implant frameworks and subsequent prostheses.

This book describes both conventional and Linkow’s new advances in subperiosteal implant fabrication for individuals who have denture problems as a result of tooth loss and bone atrophy.

“Subperiosteal implants have been proven throughout the years to be a reliable approach to restore and rehabilitate the severely resorbed toothless lower arch,” the author shares.

“Renaissance of the Subperiosteal Implant: Volume II”

Leonard I. Linkow, DDS, DMSC

Hardcover | 8.5 x 11in | 334 pages | ISBN 9781499028522

Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 334 pages | ISBN 9781499028515

E-Book | 334 pages | ISBN 9781499028508

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Leonard I. Linkow, DDS, DMSC, graduated from the New York University College of Dentistry in 1952, and soon discovered the rapidly evolving field of tooth implants. He mastered advanced implant techniques by taking existing methods and, through trial and error, transforming them into practical systems. He also became a proponent of life-improvement to end a patient’s dental suffering. He was a native of Brooklyn, New York, was a radio operator and tail gunner in the U.S. Army Air Force in the final days of World War II, held a minor league baseball contract, and was on a list of potential nominees for the Nobel Prize in medicine.

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