Martin Wanendeya

Martin Wanendeya

Author at Dentistry Online

Dr Martin Wanendeya BDS DipImpDent RCS (Eng) (Adv Cert) Martin is a dental implant surgeon. He qualified from Bristol University in 1995. Martin is currently a tutor at the Royal College of Surgeons and a mentor for the Association of Dental Implantology, a study club director for the International Team in Implantology and teaches on the Implant Restoration Course.
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Achieving natural-looking results in the aesthetic zone

Martin Wanendeya describes the restoration of a lateral incisor using an innovative conometric friction retention concept. A 37-year-old male patient was initially referred to an endodontist at our practice, Ten Dental+Facial. This was for retreatment of failed root canal therapy on the UR2. However, this tooth was deemed unrestorable due to a lack of tooth … Continued

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Managing challenging patients during the pandemic

Martin Wanendeya delves into the research behind an increase in assaults on healthcare professionals since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Freedoms continue to be restricted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is no surprise that there is palpable tension within the general public as patience is running thin. Frustration is inevitable amongst dental patients. Most … Continued

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Risk factors of dental implant failure

Martin Wanendeya raises awareness of dental implant failures, so that practitioners can take steps to avoid them Dental implants are widely used for effectively and predictably replacing damaged or missing teeth, with average survival rates of 95.4% after 10 years. Dental implants are able to provide functional and aesthetic results superior to removable solutions such as … Continued

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A bone to pick

Martin Wanendeya looks at the importance of the quality and quantity of bone when placing dental implants A strong foundation, metaphorically or literally, is highly influential on long-term success. This truism very much applies to dental implants, where the foundation – bone tissue – must be of sufficient quality and quantity, or else they may … Continued

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