Prosthodontics at a Glance, 2/e
The market‐leading at a Glance series is popular among students and newly qualified practitioners for its concise and simple approach and excellent illustrations. Each bite-sized chapter is covered in a double‐page spread with clear, easy-to-follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text. Covering a wide range of topics, books in the at a Glance series are ideal as introductory texts for teaching, learning and revision and are useful throughout university and beyond.
Essential Periodontics provides rapid reference to key information about periodontal pathology, examination and diagnosis, treatment planning of common diseases, dental implantology, clinical decision making, and more. Contributions from experienced practitioners cover all the fundamental topics encountered in both periodontic training and practice, such as the anatomy and histology of the periodontium, basic principles of periodontal health, surgical therapies and suturing techniques, interdisciplinary periodontics, and management of periodontal emergencies. Each easy-to-read chapter includes a concise introduction, clearly defined learning objectives, a reference list of relevant scientific publications, tables and figures, and high-quality illustrations and clinical images.
Clinical Cases in Periodontics, 2/e
The newly revised Second Edition of Clinical Cases in Periodontics delivers a comprehensive collection of clinical cases on critical topics within the discipline of periodontology. The book is thoroughly updated to incorporate recent developments in the field, along with new classifications of periodontal disease, common diagnoses, and a wide range of treatment options. 43 real-world clinical cases are discussed in this collection, including 8 brand-new cases unique to this edition, all of which include commentary and high-quality images to improve reader comprehension and understanding. The cases cover topics such as surgical and non-surgical treatment, regenerative therapy, mucogingival therapy, and interdisciplinary treatments.
Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry, 2/e
Jane A. Soxman
The Second Edition of the Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry features updated and expanded information on pediatric clinical dentistry, including eight new chapters written by educators with special interest in each topic. Since publication of the first edition, non-invasive treatment is at the forefront of pediatric dental care, and the new edition reflects this, with multiple options and techniques for non-invasive treatment. The book is filled with photographs for improved understanding and guidance through the procedures described. The book is an easy-to-read guide to clinical pediatric dentistry with practical evidence-based information for dental students, assistants, hygienists, residents in both general dentistry and specialty training, and general and pediatric dentists. Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry is a valuable resource for assuring excellence in care for our youngest patients.
Wright`s Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children
The book addresses the influence of family and parenting styles on children’s behavior and the factors that determine how children behave in the dental office. Pharmacological and non-pharmacological management techniques are described in depth, as are techniques for dealing with special needs patients. Clinical case scenarios are described throughout the book, with practical application of the taught principles. The final part of the book covers the dental environmentÂ¯training office personnel to manage children’s behavior, practical considerations for behavior guidance, and the effects of the physical dental office environment.
Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement, 3/e
This new edition continues to be an authoritative reference to the scientific foundations underpinning clinical orthodontics The newly and thoroughly revised Third Edition of Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement delivers a comprehensive reference for orthodontic trainees and specialists. It is fully updated to include new chapters on personalized orthodontics as well as the inflammatory process occurring in the dental and paradental tissues. It is heavily illustrated throughout, making it easier for readers to understand and retain the information discussed within. The topics covered range from bone biology, the effects of mechanical loading on tissues and cells, genetics, tissue remodeling, and the effects of diet, drugs, and systemic diseases.
Aligner Techniques in Orthodontics
Susana Palma Moya
Aligner Techniques in Orthodontics is filled with the theoretical and practical clinical information on the popular aligner techniques with a focus on Invisalign. Written by practicing orthodontists and noted experts on the topic, the book is designed to help practitioners develop their skills in using aligners in orthodontics. The authors describe in detail the clear and simple methods for treating patients using different aligner techniques, as well as material on treating any given malocclusion. The book is filled with descriptive illustrations and includes helpful suggestions and ideas for implementing the various aligner techniques. This important guide:
Preadjusted Edgewise Fixed Orthodontic Appliances: Principles and Practice
Farhad B. Naini
Preadjusted Edgewise Fixed Orthodontic Appliances: Principles and Practice comprehensively covers the increasingly popular preadjusted edgewise technique in orthodontics. The book integrates clinical practice and research findings, focusing on the biomechanics and clinical management of patients with preadjusted edgewise appliances. A unique learning resource for specialists and trainees in orthodontics, the book is highly illustrated and broad in scope, covering everything from informed patient consent to clinical techniques to information about how to manage patient malocclusions. Core topics include:
Orthodontic Treatment of Impacted Teeth, 4/e
This new edition incorporates recent advances in research and presents up-to-date treatment recommendations for clinical practice. New and expanded chapters address topics such as abnormal root growth associated with tooth Impaction, improvements in the diagnosis of pathologic entities using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), root and crown resorption, and treating abnormal incisor root development caused by past trauma. Throughout the text, readers gain valuable insight into the management of impacted teeth in real-world practice, illustrated by updated cases from the author’s own clinic.
Practical Early Orthodontic Treatment: A Case-Based Review
Dentofacial Orthopedics in the Growing Child: Understanding Craniofacial Growth and the Management of Malocclusion provides step-by-step guidance on diagnosing and treating malocclusions in young patients. The book addresses both class I, II and III malocclusions, and more complicated cases such as facial asymmetries and temporomandibular problems that develop in the primary dentition. Concise, highly illustrated chapters describe normal and abnormal craniofacial development, and how and why environmental factors can affect the growth pattern. Early diagnosis and treatment planning, long-term case resolution, complementary methods of diagnosis such as occlusion and cephalometric, and more are discussed.
Practical Early Orthodontic Treatment: A Case-Based Review
Thomas E. Southard
A thorough overview of general early treatment principles An extensive discussion of facial skeleton, airway, and dentition growth and development concepts Comprehensive explorations of early crowding, eruption problems, and missing succedaneous teeth Extensive presentations of early anteroposterior, vertical, and transverse problems with treatment solutions A vast collection of high-quality images illustrating the conditions and appropriate therapies 200-slide PowerPoint presentation covering the principles Video clips of lectures using a question-and-answer format
An Illustrated Guide to Oral Histology
The book provides over 200 high-magnification histomicrographs of oral tissues, as well as definitions and explanations of key identifying histological and pathological features of oral tissues. Readers will also benefit from explanations of the clinical significance of particular features, numerous images of ground sections, haemotoxylin- and eosin-stained sections, and electron images. It also includes core topics such as:
Temporomandibular Disorders: A Problem-Based Approach, 2/e
The newly and thoroughly revised 2nd Edition of Temporomandibular Disorders: A Problem-Based Approach delivers a systematic and logical approach to diagnosing and treating temporomandibular disorders. Using a case-based approach to assist readers with understanding and retention, the book discusses the practical realities of managing patients and promoting effective treatment of temporomandibular disorders. Containing full colour clinical images and diagrams throughout, the chapters include practical guides on how to make splints and samples of patient information sheets which can be used as templates. Readers will get access to topics such as:
Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography, 2/e
Shawneen M. Gonzalez
Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography, Second Edition is a practical identification guide for interpreting CBCT findings in dental practice. Offering multiple high-quality images for each example provided, this easy-to-use guide is designed for those new to CBCT scans as well as more experienced practitioners in need of a reference tool of normal anatomy, common anatomical variants, and incidental findings. Extensively revised throughout, the Second Edition features a brand-new chapter on findings of the maxilla and mandible, and additional incidental findings and common anatomical variants. Every chapter in the book now includes sections covering anatomic variations, developmental anomalies, pathosis, and other considerations. All information has been carefully reviewed and updated to incorporate recent research in the field and reflect newer guidelines from various specialty organizations. This new edition:
Manual of Laboratory Testing Methods for Dental Restorative Materials
The Manual of Laboratory Testing Methods for Dental Restorative Materials delivers a comprehensive and accessible review of the materials used in restorative dentistry. The book offers readers an evidence-based application of the materials and their mechanical, physical, and optical properties. Each chapter begins with key points and includes a glossary to aid in the learning and retention of the material contained within. The book also covers the methods used to study the properties and the advantages and disadvantages of various dental restorative materials as well as why they are selected.
Atlas of Cone Beam Computed Tomography
Atlas of Cone Beam Computed Tomography delivers a robust collection of cases using this advanced method of imaging for oral and maxillofacial radiology. The book features over 1,500 high-quality CBCT scans with succinct descriptions covering a wide range of maxillofacial region conditions, including normal anatomy, anomalies, inflammatory diseases, and degenerative diseases. Easy to navigate and featuring multiple images of normal variation and pathologies, the book offers readers guidance on the diagnostic values of CBCT, as well as CBCT images of the inferior alveolar nerve canal, dental implants, temporomandibular joint evaluations, and surgical interventions. The book also includes:
Clinical Guide to Oral Diseases
Clinical Guide to Oral Diseases is a concise reference on the common diseases encountered in daily practice. Presenting a large selection of clinical cases, this user-friendly resource covers a range of oral and perioral lesions located in hard and soft tissues of the mouth and neck, as well as oral manifestations of various systemic diseases. Nearly 300 high-quality color images complement succinct descriptions of clinical cases seen in both community and hospital care settings.
Burket`s Oral Medicine, 13/e
The text emphasizes the diagnosis and management of diseases of the mouth and maxillofacial region as well as safe dental management for patients with complex medical disorders such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, infectious diseases, bleeding disorders, renal diseases, and many more. In addition to comprehensively expanded chapters on oral mucosal diseases, including those on ulcers, blisters, red, white and pigmented lesions, readers will also find detailed discussions on:
Handbook of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine
S. R. Prabhu
Handbook of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine delivers a succinct overview of a range of oral diseases. The book contains up-to-date evidence-based information organized by clinical topic and supported by over 300 clinical, radiological, and microscopic images. Each chapter includes topics following universally respected curricula of oral pathology and oral medicine. Divided into seven parts, it covers core topics such as pathology of teeth, pulp, and supporting structures, pathology of jawbones, pathology of the oral mucosa, pathology of the salivary glands, clinical presentation of mucosal disease, orofacial pain, and miscellaneous topics of clinical relevance.
Dental Neuroimaging: The Role of the Brain in Oral Functions
Divided into three parts, the book first introduces the theoretical framework of the brain-stomatognathic axis, clinical assessments for oral function, and neuroimaging methods. The second part presents recent neuroimaging findings of oral sensory and motor functions such as somatosensation, gustation, and orofacial pain and anxiety. The book concludes with a review of recent translational research and discussion of the application of neuroimaging in clinical management. Throughout the text, boxed sections highlight key information about cognitive neuroscience, imaging techniques, interpreting neuroimaging results, and relating research findings to clinical practice.