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Zero Bone Loss Concepts
Zero Bone Loss Concepts By Dr Tomas Linkevicius ISBN: 9780867157994 • Quintessence • Hardcover • 304 pages • 1,231 illustrations
Bone loss is still a major issue that dentists encounter, but it is a complication that can be prevented. By combining clinical experience with peer-reviewed scientific evidence, the author of this book has put together a guide that any implant specialist will find invaluable to prevent bone loss in their patients. Different strategies are presented that can be used to achieve zero bone loss years after treatment. Because successful treatment depends on both the surgical and prosthetic components, the book is divided into two parts, each focusing in depth on what must be done in each phase to promote bone stability. Case presentations detail many types of clinical situations, implant choices, and prosthetic solutions, all backed by evidence-based clinical studies that have proven success.
Diseased teeth and gum model
An oversized model of premolars featuring many common dental problems. The teeth pathologies model features the following dental diseases and conditions: • Abscess • Advanced periodontitis • Cavity • Crown decay filling • Gingivitis • Plaque • Severe bone loss.
The Diseased Teeth and Gums Model comes with a patient education card included. Model Size: 13.97 cm x 5.08 cm x 8.89 cm Card Size: 16.51 cm x 13.34 cm Base Size: 16.51 cm x 12.7 cm
Cohen's Pathways of the Pulp Expert Consult
Cohen's Pathways of the Pulp Expert Consult by Drs Louis H. Berman and Kenneth M. Hargreaves ISBN:9780323749671 • Hardcover • 928 pages
Stay up-to-date on the latest research and techniques in endodontics with the new edition of “Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp”. Written by a team of internationally renowned experts and trusted for more than 40 years, this definitive guide covers the science, theory, and practice of endodontics. This new edition boasts the latest evidence-based research and techniques, reorganized and condensed chapters, plus features to locate important information quickly and easily. Complete with access to Expert Consult, it’s everything you need to stay ahead in the field of endodontics. • Extensive illustration collection includes over 2,000 full-color photos, line art, and radiographs. • Video clips and case studies demonstrate key procedures such as palpation of the masseter muscle, introsseous anesthesia with the X-tip system, dentin hypersensitivity, and more. • Diverse and respected contributor pool includes experts from many national- and international-based dental education programs. • Updated content and new images incorporate the most recent developments in research and clinical endodontic techniques. • Each online topic comes with assigned reading lists, a PowerPoint lecture, written lesson objectives, and example exam questions.
Quintessence of Dental Technology 2020, Vol. 43
“Quintessence of Dental Technology 2020” presents original articles that introduce clinical and laboratory techniques for optimal aesthetic results with newer dental materials. Digital dentistry is featured throughout, with articles offering innovative ways to incorporate a combined digital/analog approach to build character and natural aesthetics in CAD/CAM restorations. QDT 2020 features novel procedures such as the 3D-printed interim immediate complete denture, self-glazing liquid ceramics, Inside Out technique, and 3D Magic MakeUp, among others. Beautifully produced, QDT 2020 is the annual resource for the laboratory technician and restorative clinician.
496 pages • hardcover
Why Patients Sue Doctors, 2nd Edition - Lessons learned from medical malpractice cases
In the second edition the authors draw on their wide-ranging, collective experience in over 1000 real-life medicolegal cases. By analysing and discussing the situations and behaviours that lead to complaints by patients and their families, this book provides clear and practical direction for practitioners to improve clinical care and avoid litigation.
Written in a concise and engaging narrative writing style by editors Duncan Graham, Bernard Kelly and David Richards, readers will obtain a broad understanding of the origins, workings and outcomes of medicolegal cases and will be equipped with practical strategies to improve clinical care and avoid common pitfalls in practice. The text also introduces important legal concepts in an approachable manner appropriate for those working in medicine.
About the authors
Duncan Graham is a barrister with a medical degree. He previously worked as a medical practitioner and solicitor. He now specialises in cases of medical negligence, coronial inquests, professional misconduct, and class actions involving pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Bernard Kelly is a general practitioner who works in metropolitan, rural and remote locations. He has extensive experience in teaching and medical regulation. He provides expert witness opinions in medical negligence and professional misconduct cases.
David Richards is a physician, with broad experience in clinical and interventional cardiology, education and research. He provides expert witness opinions for plaintiffs, defendants and government agencies.
Clear aligner technique
Clear aligner technique by Dr Sandra Tai. ISBN: 9780867157772 • Hardcover • 320 pages • Quintessence • 1,344 illustrations
This book approaches clear aligner treatment from a diagnosis and treatment-planning perspective, discussing time-tested orthodontic principles like biomechanics and anchorage and demonstrating how to apply them to orthodontic cases using these appliances. Each chapter explains how to use clear aligners to treat a given malocclusion and teaches clinicians how to program a suitable treatment plan using available software, how to design the digital tooth movements to match the treatment goals, and finally how execute the treatment clinically and finish the case well. Clear aligners are the future of orthodontics, but digital orthodontics evolves so rapidly that it is hard to keep pace. This book approaches clear aligner treatment from a diagnosis and treatment-planning perspective, discussing time-tested orthodontic principles like biomechanics and anchorage and demonstrating how to apply them to orthodontic cases using these appliances. Each chapter explains how to use clear aligners to treat a given malocclusion and teaches clinicians how to program a suitable treatment plan using available software, how to design the digital tooth movements to match the treatment goals, and finally how to execute the treatment clinically and finish the case well. This clinical handbook will prepare orthodontists and dental students to exceed patient expectations with the most esthetic orthodontic appliance currently available.
Contents: 1. A Brief History of the Orthodontic Appliance 2. A Comparison Between Edgewise Appliances and Clear Aligners 3. Case Selection for Clear Aligner Treatment 4. ClinCheck Software Design 5. Digital Workflow and Monitoring Treatment 6. Troubleshooting, Finishing, and Retention 7. Resolution of Crowding 8. Deep Bite Treatment 9. Anterior Open Bite Treatment 10. Class II Treatment 11. Class III Treatment 12. Lower Incisor Extraction Treatment 13. Premolar Extraction Treatment 14. Orthognathic Surgery 15. Interdisciplinary Treatment
Essentials of Dental Photography
Essentials of Dental Photography by Drs Irfan Ahmad and Fahad Al-Harbi ISBN: 9781119312086 • Paperback • 360 pages
AN ACCESSIBLE, ONE-STOP GUIDE TO GETTING THE MOST OUT OF DENTAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE Dental photography is an increasingly important part of dental care in general practices, hospitals and specialist clinics. The uses of dental photographs are numerous, such as monitoring treatment outcomes, educating patients, promoting services, and providing evidence for litigation or regulatory purposes. ‘Essentials of Dental Photography’ is a user-friendly guide to incorporating dental photographs into daily practice. Containing real-world advice and proven techniques, this book helps clinicians understand and apply the fundamental principles of dental photography. Accessible chapters cover every major aspect of dental photography and answer the most common questions asked by clinicians. Step-by-step instructions show readers how to select the correct photographic and dental equipment, set up equipment for a variety of dental procedures, process images using photo-editing software, and more. The basic concepts of dental photography are explained, and also how to create high-quality, predictable and repeatable images. Providing an easy-to-follow roadmap to exceptional dental photographs, this practical guide:
• Covers all the basic concepts, equipment, and techniques of dental photography • Illustrates the photographic setups for both intra- and extra-oral images • Provides recommendations for appropriate types of cameras, lenses, flashes, reflectors, tripods and software • Discusses photographic archiving, electronic dissemination, printing, publishing and presenting images. ‘Essentials of Dental Photography’ is a valuable guide for dental practitioners and new graduates looking to learn dental photography and apply it in practice.
Posterior Direct Restorations
By Drs Salvatore Scolavino and Gaetano Paolone ISBN:9780867158236 • 264 pages • 1,642 illustrations This unique text demonstrates to dentists precisely how to create conservative and aesthetic direct restorations of posterior teeth using composite resin. The authors begin with a primer on occlusal anatomy, describing the specifics of each type of posterior tooth. This foundation supports the diagnosis and treatment of lesions, isolation, and cavity preparation for the buildup, modeling, detailing, and finishing of the highest quality restorations. Numerous clinical tips and case examples are provided. The procedural rationale is supported by scientific evidence, in addition to the authors’ considerable clinical experience. Techniques for a wide range of clinical scenarios are presented to provide practitioners with the information they need to achieve optimal restorations.
Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement
Drs Vinod Krishnan, Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman and Ze'ev Davidovitch ISBN:9781119608936 • Hardcover • 368 pages • 3rd edition
Now in its third edition, “Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement” continues to be an authoritative reference to the scientific foundations of clinical orthodontics. This new edition features seven sections that cover subjects such as: • the development of biological concepts in orthodontics, including the cellular and molecular biology behind orthodontic tooth movement • mechanics meets biology, including the effects of mechanical loading on hard and soft tissues and cells, and biological reactions to temporary anchorage devices • inflammation and orthodontics, including markers for tissue remodeling in the gingival crevicular fluid and saliva • personalized diagnosis and treatment based on genomic criteria, including the genetic influences on orthodontic tooth movement • rapid orthodontics, including methods to accelerate or decelerate orthodontic tooth movement. “Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement” is heavily illustrated throughout, making it easier for readers to understand and retain the information discussed. Perfect for residents and PhD students of orthodontic and periodontal programs, this book is a useful reference for academics, clinicians, bone biologists, and researchers.
Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry
Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry Georgios E. Romanos ISBN: 9781119583301 • hardcover • 224 pages • 1st edition
Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry delivers a state-of-the-art reference for laser technology in the context of a dental practice. The book encompasses oral surgery, periodontology, and implant dentistry, covering the latest research, knowledge and clinical practices. The book includes high-quality, color photographs and real-world clinical cases that illustrate the application of the discussed techniques. Readers will benefit from a wide variety of subjects, including: • A thorough introduction to the fundamentals of lasers, including the beam, the laser cavity, active mediums, lenses, resonators, and delivery systems • An exploration of lasers and wound healing, including soft tissue and bone healing, as well as laser-assisted excisions and osteotomies • An analysis of lasers in periodontology, including laser-assisted bacteria reduction in the periodontal tissues and the removal of subgingival dental calculus • A discussion of lasers in implant dentistry and treatment for peri-implantiti. This book is the perfect reference for oral and maxillofacial surgeons, periodontists, implant dentists, general dentists, and dental students and residents.
Clinical Cases in Gerodontology
Clinical Cases in Gerodontology by Gerry McKenna, Finbarr Allen and Francis Burke ISBN:9781119226598 • Paperback • 176 Pages
Written for graduate and undergraduate dental students and professionals, “Clinical Cases in Gerodontology” provides a comprehensive case-based guide to the oral health of older adults. Clinical Cases in Gerodontology: • Offers a case-based guide to geriatric dental care Includes the thinking behind clinical decision making • Fosters independent learning and prepares for case-based examinations • Contains review questions and relevant literature citations. To aid learning, each of the clinical cases has a defined learning objective and goal. The authors discuss in detail the clinical decision-making factors, whilst the text is enhanced with photographs that demonstrate the progressive stages of treatment.
Protocols for Mobile Dental Photography with Auxiliary Lighting
Protocols for Mobile Dental Photography with Auxiliary Lighting By Hardan, Louis ISBN:9780867159462 • 128 pages • 315 illustrations
Many clinicians use their smartphone to take clinical photographs for communication or documentation because they cannot operate or afford a professional camera. Author Louis Hardan understands too well how a poorly taken photograph can compromise the quality of dentistry delivered to the patient, which is why he launched the Mobile Dental Photography (MDP) project in 2012. He wanted to find a way to make documentation and communication easy and affordable to dentists, laboratory technicians and students. In this book, Hardan outlines how to use the smartphone camera with auxiliary lighting and accessories to take photographs for treatment planning, documentation and self-evaluation, communication with the patient and laboratory technician, tracking the evolution of treatment, as well as for publishing, lecturing, and medicolegal purposes. Hardan also demonstrates how to take artistic photographs to wow your followers on social media and effectively market your practice online.
Endodontics Principles and Practice
From renowned endodontics experts Mahmoud Torabinejad, Ashraf Fouad and Shahrokh Shabahang comes “Endodontics: Principles and Practice”, 6th Edition. This new edition contains all the clinically-relevant information needed to incorporate endodontics into general dentistry practice. Illustrated step-by-step guidelines and vivid online videos address the ins and outs of diagnosis, treatment planning, managing pulpal and periapical diseases, and performing basic root canal treatments. “Endodontics: Principles and Practice” is the perfect endodontics guide for both entry-level dental students and general dentists alike. • Well-known, international contributors share guidelines, expertise, and clinical experience with contemporary technologies and procedures. • Detailed coverage of basic endodontic principles and procedures • Updated evidence-based coverage also includes topics such as the etiology of disease, local anesthesia, emergency treatment, obturation, and temporization. • Over 1,000 full-color illustrations, including radiographs and clinical photographs. • Learning objectives help you meet the theoretical and procedural expectations for each chapter. • Over 60 video clips on the companion website demonstrate essential procedures.
Practical Procedures in Aesthetic Dentistry
By Subir Banerji, Shamir B. Mehta and Christopher C. K. Ho ISBN:9781119032984 • Softcover • 376 pages
Practical Procedures in Aesthetic Dentistry presents a comprehensive collection of videos demonstrating clinical techniques in aesthetic and restorative dentistry, and is accompanied by a handbook summarising the key points of each procedure. • Interactive website hosting over nine hours of video • Accompanying illustrated handbook summarising key points • Expert teaching across a comprehensive range of aesthetic and restorative procedures • International team of contributors with clinical and academic expertise
About the Author Subir Banerji is a Private Dental Practitioner, and a Senior Clinical Teacher and Director of the Aesthetic Dentistry MSc programme at King's College London Dental Institute, UK. He is also a Board Member of the Academy of Dental Excellence. Shamir B. Mehta is a Dental Practitioner, and a Senior Clinical Teacher and Deputy Director of the Aesthetic Dentistry MSc programme at King's College London Dental Institute, UK. He is also a Faculty Member of the Academy of Dental Excellence and an Independent Clinical Advisor/Expert. Christopher C.K. Ho is a Private Dental Practitioner in Sydney, Australia. Previously a Senior Clinical Associate at the University of Sydney, Christopher is a Visiting Clinical Teacher at King's College London Dental Institute, UK. He is also a Faculty Member of the Global Institute for Dental Education and a Board Member of the Academy of Dental Excellence.
Modern Dental Assisting
Modern Dental Assisting , 13th Edition By Dr Doni L. Bird and Dr Debbie S. Robinson ISBN: 9780323624855 • Hardcover • 1104 pages
Master all aspects of dental assisting with the most up-to-date and trusted text available. Trusted expert authors, Dr Doni Bird and Dr Debbie Robinson, provide comprehensive content in an approachable writing style that is easy for readers to understand and apply. Key Features include: • 70 procedural videos include questions and answers, with closed captioning in English and Spanish and audio narration in English. • Interactive Dental Office program provides in-depth case studies. • Dentrix practice management software on Evolve enables students to work with patient data for experience in the office environment. • Critical thinking and recall questions to challenge students. • Feature boxes on infection control and CDC practice, patient education, and law and ethics summarize recommendations and key applications in practice. • Key terminology lists help students better comprehend the chapter and how the information applies to dentistry practice. • Learning and performance outcomes to set goals for students.
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Dental management of the pregnant patient
Dental management of the pregnant patient by Dr Christos A. Skouteri. ISBN: 9781119286561 • Paperback • 192 pages • Wiley
Dental Management of the Pregnant Patient is the first book to focus on treating dental patients during pregnancy. Offering an in-depth survey of the physiological changes that occur during pregnancy, the book provides the reader with a thorough understanding of how these changes affect dental treatment and planning. Also covering potential medical and gynecological emergencies that may occur while a pregnant patient is under the dentist's care, this book is an indispensable resource for any dental practitioner seeing pregnant patients. The book encompasses all topics relevant to dental management and disease during pregnancy, from medications and anesthetics to tumors, BLS, and ACLS in pregnancy. It covers the ethical issues that surround treating pregnant patients, as well as all the effects of prevention and treatment on the mother and child during pregnancy and lactation. • The first book to compile all of the knowledge for managing pregnant patients into a single source • Offers a comprehensive approach to the physiological changes in pregnancy, clinical considerations for treating pregnant patients, and discussion of medical emergencies • Covers medications, oral disease, tumors, trauma, management of gynecological emergencies, and more
Dental Management of the Pregnant Patient is an essential text for general dentists, dental students, dental hygiene students, dental hygienists, dental faculty, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and specialized dentists in other disciplines of dentistry. This book could also be a useful reference source for physicians in the practice of general and family medicine.
About the Author/Editor Christos A. Skouteris, DMD, PhD, is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry and in the Department of Surgery, Section of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Michigan School of Medicine in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
Diseases and conditions in dentistry: an evidence-based reference
Diseases and conditions in dentistry: an evidence-based reference by Dr Keyvan Moharamzadeh ISBN-13: 9781119312031 • Hardcover • 392 pages • Wiley • 1 edition
This book provides a quick reference for the busy clinician covering diseases and conditions in endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics and restorative dentistry. It offers identically formatted chapters following the same clear and concise layout with detailed clinical cases and evidence based discussions.
Materials science for dentistry
Materials science for dentistry (Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials) 10th Edition by Dr B. W. Darvell. ISBN: 9780081010358 • Paperback • 842 pages • Elsevier
Materials Science for Dentistry provides fundamental coverage of the materials on which dentistry depends, covering the structure and chemistry that govern the behaviour and performance of materials. Particular classes of materials include gypsum, polymers, acrylic, cements, waxes, ceramics and metals. Other chapters review surfaces, corrosion, mixing, casting, cutting and bonding, and mechanical testing. This updated edition, which includes substantial chapters on chemistry, has been extensively revised with new material on temporary restoration resins, hydraulic silicate cements and the practical aspects of wetting surfaces. Mindfully written to provide explanations for behaviour, formulation, clinical and laboratory instructions and procedures, there is no comparable resource for researchers, students, teachers and practitioners in the field of dentistry.
About the Author Dr. Brian W Darvell was formerly Professor and Chairman of the Department of Bioclinical Sciences in the faculty of Dentistry at Kuwait University. Prior to this he spent nearly 30 years in the Department of Dental Materials Science in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Darvell, a Chartered Scientist and Chartered Chemist, is still active in the field, holding an honorary professorship at the University of Birmingham (UK), and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), the Royal Statistical Society and the Academy of Dental Materials. He serves on the Editorial Board of the journal Dental Materials.
Treatment planning single maxillary anterior implants for dentists
Treatment planning single maxillary anterior implants for dentists by Dr Nkem Obiechina. ISBN: 9781546242789 • Paperback • 98 pages
The goal of this book is to identify aesthetic factors such as smile line, biotype and smile width as well as anatomic and functional factors and that can contribute to aesthetics, function and overall success of dental implants in the anterior zone and evaluate ways of achieving successful outcomes. An additional objective of the book is also to look at potential complications that could occur in the anterior maxilla and ways of averting them by looking at results from a number of current studies on anterior dental implants.
About the Author Dr. Obiechina completed her training in periodontics and implant dentistry from Columbia University. She received her doctor of dental medicine degree from University of Pittsburgh in 1998. She is the recipient of the Melvin Morris award for clinical excellence from Columbia University as well as the Northeast Regional Board Student award for excellence in periodontics from University of Pittsburgh Dental School. Dr. Obiechina has extensive training in periodontal regeneration procedures, soft tissue grafting as well as partial and full mouth reconstruction utilizing dental implants, and all phases of periodontics. She is also skilled with grafting procedures utilizing ramus, chin grafts, and freeze dried cortical bone to prepare implant sites by increasing bone height, as well as sinus elevation utilizing osteotome and lateral window techniques. She has been practicing all scopes of periodontics and implant dentistry for over years, and has active licenses in New York, New Jersey, Washington DC and California. She has published a book released 2011 entitled: Essential Implant therapy: A patients guide Understanding dental implant therapy and Understanding Periodontitis also published in the same year. She also published an article in September 2000 edition of Dentistry Today on treatment of drug-induced gingival overgrowth. She is also a co-author of a paper published in the European Journal of Oral Sciences October 2002 titled Periodontal microbiota and clinical periodontal status in a rural sample in southern Thailand. She has also given a presentation for the April 2001 ADA meeting in Washington D.C. on Periodontal and Prosthetic approach to dental implants. She remains active within the field of periodontics offering continuing education courses and seminars to general dentists.
Oral Structure & Biology
Oral Structure & Biology By Ralf J. Radlanski ISBN: 9780867157468 • Paperback • 472 pages • Quintessence • 245 Illustrations
Knowledge of the structures of the orofacial region from the macroscopic scale to the molecular level and pathologic changes to those structures enables practitioners to successfully treat patients or seek treatment options. This book presents the structural biologic foundations underpinning dental and oral medicine. Beginning with an overview of the anatomy of the mouth and moving on to the evolution of the oral structures and pre- and postnatal development of the oral cavity, related facial structures, and the teeth, this book describes each part of the orofacial region in terms of its morphology, tissue structure, cellular properties, and development. Functioning as both a textbook for dental students and a reference manual for experienced clinicians, this compendium of the structural biologic foundations of clinical work in dental and oral medicine allows practitioners to integrate current research in molecular biology into a solid framework of knowledge.
Microsurgical Endodontics By Drs Bertrand Khayat and Guillame Jouanny ISBN: 9782366150575 • Hardcover • 260 pages • Quintessence Endodontic, or apical microsurgery, has become a well-established treatment option to preserve teeth presenting post-endodontic infection. It can be used to resolve difficulties that are inaccessible by conventional approach. This book outlines predictable surgical strategies and presents more than a hundred clinical cases through each stage of treatment. Concrete and practical information, complimented with clear graphics, is provided so that endodontists who want to implement surgical techniques can approach their first cases with the knowledge they need. Some augmented reality videos are provided which can be viewed via your smartphone or tablet.
The Oral-Systemic Health Connection: a guide to patient care
The Oral-Systemic Health Connection: a guide to patient care By Dr Michael Glick ISBN: 9780867157888 • Quintessence 2019 • Paperback • 384 pages • 2nd edition The oral-systemic health connection between oral infections and systemic diseases/conditions is explored in the second edition of this book, incorporating feedback from scientists, practitioners, and policymakers. New chapters about antibiotic prophylaxis, the genomic connection, common risk factors, and the economic impact of this connection are included. Because interpreting this research can be challenging, new chapters about causal frameworks and biostatistical assessment have been added, and specific clinical considerations for providing dental care to patients with certain conditions have been included in selected chapters. This book prepares oral health care professionals to critically read and evaluate new research to ultimately benefixt their patients’ overall health.
Ingle’s Endodontics 2 Volume set
Ingle’s Endodontics 2 Volume set 7th edition By Drs John Ide Ingle and Ilan Rotstein ISBN:9781607951926 • Hardcover • 1326 pages • People’s Medical Publishing House
The 50th anniversary edition is a welcome update of this comprehensive and authoritative textbook in the field of endodontics. Now in two volumes it includes the work of international authors contributing evidence-based information that influences what is thought, taught and practiced in modern endodontics. New chapters reflect the science, practice and interdisciplinary nature of endodontics and the ways in which the field has evolved over the 50 years since its inception. It will continue to be the standard against which all other endodontic texts are measured.
The 40 chapters are enhanced with colour illustrations. New chapters in this edition include: • Periradicular disease • Dental innervations and pain of pulpal origin • Cone beam computed tomography • Magnetic resonance imaging • Preparation for endodontic treatment • Endodontic therapy in teeth with anatomical variations • Achieving long-term success with endodontic therapy • Management of teeth with immature apices • Regenerative endodontics • Intentional replantation of endodontically treated teeth • Endodontic therapy in the elderly patient • Endodontic therapy in the pediatric patient In addition, many other chapters have been completely updated to reflect the most current concepts and techniques in endodontics. With contributions from the world’s experts in all phases of the specialty, Ingle’s Endodontics, 7th edition, promises to be the indispensible endodontic textbook, an essential part of every endodontist’s library.
About the Author The late John I. Ingle, DDS, was a pioneer in the field of endodontics and served as an educator and mentor to generations of endodontists. During a career that began in 1942, he was an international lecturer, professor and department chair of periodontics and endodontics at the University of Washington, Dean of the School of Dentistry at the University of Southern California, and he also served the Institute of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. He was president of Palm Springs Seminars, a leading institution of dental continuing education. Dr. Ingle was also a past President of the American Association of Endodontists, and the AAE awarded him the Ralph F. Sommer Award and the Edgar D. Coolidge Award. In 2001 he was inducted into the USC School of Dentistry Hall of Fame.
Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry
Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry By Dr Abdelsalam Elaskary I SBN: 9781119286677 • 584 pages • Hardcover
Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry provides a current, comprehensive overview of esthetic implant therapy. Offering innovative protocols for surgical techniques and case studies, it presents practical, clinically-oriented guidance firmly anchored in solid scientific research. • Highlights novel esthetic protocols in dental implantology, applying the latest advances in clinical techniques to real-world dentistry • Follows up on treatment outcomes, presenting results up to seven years later • Provides reliable, evidence-based bone regenerative methods • Illustrates procedures with more than 2500 clinical photographs • Features a companion website with videos of clinical procedures and follow-up case studies Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry is an indispensable clinical companion for practitioners and students of periodontics, prosthodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and general dentistry, bringing the reader new horizons in esthetic dentistry.
Leadership and Communication in Dentistry
Leadership and Communication in Dentistry Joseph P. Graskemper ISBN: 9781119557210 • 176 Pages
Leadership and Communication in Dentistry provides practical strategies for dentists to effectively and confidently communicate with dental insurance issues, patients and members of their staff. Providing real-world examples and sample letters, the book includes specific guidance on how to handle common communication scenarios to avoid being caught off-guard or unprepared. The book begins with a unique section discussing communications with insurance companies, including negotiations, PPO contract issues, appeals letters, and more. It then includes chapters on communicating with patients, addressing how to listen to their concerns and motivate them, and staff, emphasizing how to be a better leader and institute office policies. The final section explores how dentists can use leadership and communication skills to improve their practice of dentistry.
Handbook of Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation
Handbook of Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation by Drs Morris S. Clark and Ann L. Brunick ISBN: 9780323567428 • Paperback • 256 pages • paperback • fifth edition
The only product of its kind focused specifically on nitrous oxide and oxygen sedation (N2O/O2), Handbook of Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation, 5th Edition, is ideal in educational and clinical settings. This portable text features a user-friendly outline format that is easy to digest, along with summary tables and boxes, clear illustrations, step-by-step techniques with photos, review questions and critical thinking exercises ― right when and where you need it. This chairside reference includes new content on industry best practices along with efficacy in comparison to other methods of sedation. Now with new and updated artwork, this unique text continues to be the resource for students, instructors and practitioners alike.
Endodontology at a Glance
Endodontology at a Glance by Drs Alix Davies, Federico Foschi, and Shanon Patel ISBN: 9781118994702 • Wiley-Blackwell • 104 Pages
A practical and colourful introductory guide, “Endodontology at a Glance” covers all the essential topics (diagnosis, endodontic therapy, pain management and outcome of treatment) as well as the recent developments that comprise the field of endodontology. Written by experts in the field, this book explores the causes and sequelae of endodontic disease and offers suggestions for taking an effective patient history. • New addition to the At a Glance series covering a core area of dentistry • Review style makes for the ideal revision companion • Includes access to a companion website with MCQs for self assessment and downloadable images for use in teaching
Handbook of Local Anesthesia
Handbook of Local Anesthesia by Dr Stanley F. Malamed ISBN:9780323676861 • Mosby • Paperback • 7th edition
Learn to prevent, recognize and manage complications of local anesthesia administration. Written by Dr Stanley Malamed, the leading expert on anesthesia in dentistry, the Handbook of Local Anesthesia, 7th edition covers all the latest advances in science, instrumentation and pain control techniques. From basic concepts to specific injection techniques, from dosage charts to the proper care and handling of equipment, this guide provides in-depth, full-colour coverage of key anesthesia topics, including specific hazards and errors in technique that may result in complications. Recognized as THE local anesthesia textbook in dentistry for over 30 years, it includes: • Updated and enhanced content throughout, reflecting latest research evidence • Two added chapters covering problems in achieving pain control and their solutions, and recent advances in local anesthesia • Expert Consult Site, allowing you to search the entire book electronically. About the Author: Dr Malamed has authored more than 145 scientific papers and 17 chapters in various medical and dental journals and textbooks in the areas of physical evaluation, emergency medicine, local anesthesia, sedation and general anesthesia.
Contemporary Oral Medicine: A Comprehensive Approach to Clinical Practice
Contemporary Oral Medicine: A Comprehensive Approach to Clinical Practice Camile S. Farah, Ramesh Balasubramaniam, Michael J. McCullough ISBN: 9783319723013 • 2406 pages • 1623 illustrations • hardcover • Complete pathophysiology of disorders and conditions affecting the oral and maxillofacial region • Detailed guidance on diagnostic evaluation and treatment • Numerous clinical cases and a wealth of informative illustrations. Written by world authorities in the field, “Contemporary Oral Medicine” is a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the specialty of oral medicine. The pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of relevant diseases and disorders are described with the aid of a wealth of clinical cases and illustrations. In addition to the wide-ranging coverage of oral conditions, separate sections are devoted to bone and cutaneous pathology and to orofacial pain and its management, in addition to dental sleep medicine. “Contemporary Oral Medicine” will be an excellent aid to clinicians, whilst also serving as an outstanding textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
WHEELER'S DENTAL ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND OCCLUSION
WHEELER'S DENTAL ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND OCCLUSION 11TH EDITION by Nelson DDS MS, Stanley J. ISBN: 9780323638784 • Hardcover: 392 pages • 1960 Illustrations
Successfully learn to apply dental anatomy to the practice of dentistry with Wheeler’s Dental Anatomy, Physiology, and Occlusion, 11th Edition. Updated and visually enhanced, the eleventh edition of this market-leading dental text expands its focus on clinical applications and includes dozens of online 360-degree and 3-D tooth animations to give you an unparalleled view of dentitions, pulp formation, the sequence of eruptions, and countless clinical considerations. Every text purchase also comes with access to the companion ExpertConsult website - where you can reference the entire text electronically as well as engage with a wealth of learning activities, animations, and hands-on resources to better understand and retain the information covered in your text. • Nearly 1,000 full-color images include detailed, well-labeled anatomical illustrations and clinical photographs. • Practical appendices include Review of Tooth Morphology with a concise review of tooth development from in utero to adolescence to adulthood; and Tooth Traits of the Permanent Dentition with tables for each tooth providing detailed information such as tooth notation, dimensions, position of proximal contacts, heights, and curvatures. • 360-degree virtual reality and 3-D animations on ExpertConsult help refine your skills in both tooth identification and examination. • Step-by-step videos on ExpertConsult demonstrate occlusal adjustments. • Chapter on clinical applications includes practical applications and case studies to prepare you for the exams. Topics include root planning and scaling; extraction techniques and forces; relationship of fillings to pulp form and enamel form; and occlusal adjustment of premature occlusal contacts and arch form in relationship to bite splint designs. • NEW! Learning objectives at the start of every chapter highlight the knowledge and critical thinking expectations for each chapter. • NEW! End-of-chapter review questions to help you gauge your mastery of chapter content. • NEW! Updated information incorporates new research and visuals to ensure you are equipped with the latest best practices. • NEW! Vivid full-color images to give a more vivid picture of clinical situations and procedures. • NEW! Access to ExpertConsult website includes hands-on exercises, animations, videos, quizzes, exams, and more to round out your learning experience and help ensure your ability to apply book content.
Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide
Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide by Dr Carl Drago ISBN: 9781119538110 • Hardcover • 536 pages • Fourth edition
This important text presents the latest information on restoring dental implants and addresses recent advances in treatment planning and procedures. This fourth edition provides a wealth of updated and expanded coverage on detailed procedures. Focusing on the most common treatment scenarios, it offers concise literature reviews for each chapter and easy-to-follow descriptions of techniques, along with high-quality clinical photographs demonstrating each step. This comprehensive and practical guide begins with information on incorporating implant restorative dentistry in clinical practice. It covers diagnosis and treatment planning and digital dentistry, and addresses advances in cone beam computerised tomography (CBCT), treatment planning software, computer-generated surgical guides, rapid prototype printing and impression-less implant restorative treatments, intra-oral scanning, laser sintering, and printing/milling polymer materials. Record-keeping, patient compliance, hygiene regimes, and follow-up are also covered.
• A step-by-step guide to commonly encountered treatments, describing procedures and techniques in an easy-to-follow, highly illustrated format • New chapters on diagnosis, treatment planning and digital dentistry
• Covers advances in CBCT, computer generated surgical guides, intra-oral scanning, laser sintering, and more. This is an excellent and accessible guide on a burgeoning subject in modern dental practice by an experienced clinician. Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide is a valuable resource for prosthodontists, general dentists, implant surgeons, dental students, dental assistants, hygienists, and dental laboratory technicians.
Treating the Complete Denture Patient
Treating the Complete Denture Patient by Drs Carl F. Driscoll and William Glen Golden
ISBN: 9781119569589 • 312 pages • hardcover
This book presents step-by-step procedures for all techniques, materials, and methods associated with the use of complete dentures in dental practice. Written for dental students, dental general practitioners, and laboratory technicians, the book provides a practical approach to the complete denture patient. More than 800 photographs illustrate the text, making it easy to follow and apply in the practice or laboratory. Chapters discuss the diagnostic appointment, covering the analyzing of and treatment planning for edentulous patients; the making of preliminary impressions for the beginning stages of treatment; custom trays for final impression appointments; and much more.
• Presents easy-to-use, clinically relevant information
• Covers all the steps associated with providing complete dentures, from the initial appointment and impressions to inserting and troubleshooting problems
• Features hundreds of high-quality colour photographs to depict the concepts discussed
• Includes access to a companion website offering video clips.
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