Dentist on the Ward 2020 (10th) Edition

Dentist on the Ward 2020 (10th) Edition

Dentist on the Ward 2020 10th Edition

Written for recently qualified dental surgeons and students Dentist on the Ward provides a concise introduction to the speciality and most of the conditions managed by Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons in the UK. This includes the commonest Oral Medicine problems. It will be useful to those preparing for undergraduate and non-specialist post-graduate dental examinations. Four chapters have been revised for the 2020 edition to keep it up to date with improvements and policy changes in hospital healthcare that impact on Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

The text provides essential information for the new dentally qualified recruit on hospital procedures and practical tasks which they will have to carry out. Background clinical information which relates to the work they will do is presented in an uncomplicated and concise format. The book has been reformatted for this edition into six sections to facilitate easy reference and some chapters have been simplified, most of the chapters can be read in less than 20 minutes. The chapters on medical subjects contain most of the information a dentist should need to know. Dentist on the Ward is written by two Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons with decades of experience in supervising and teaching young dentists working in their departments. It simplifies the essential surgical and medical knowledge needed for hospital work.

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The Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide 2nd Edition

The Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide 2nd Edition

 

The revised and updated second edition of The Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide offers a practical and quick reference to medications commonly prescribed in dental practice.  With contributions from experts on the topic, this comprehensive book takes an accessible question-and-answer format, providing answers to common questions dentists ask about drugs. The most updated information on drugs is presented throughout, including the current antibiotic prophylaxis guidelines and newer osteoporosis drugs.

A new section describes how to manage patients on medications, and includes new chapters on the important topics of opioid prescribing and abuse and pain management. Alternative effective medications for opioids are discussed in detail.  Putting all the prescription and drug information needed in daily dental practice at your fingertips, The Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide is an essential reference for practicing dental clinicians and dental hygienists. This important book: 

  • Offers a comprehensive and accessible guide to essential information about medications used in dental practice
  • Presents detailed information about drugs in an easy-to-use question-and-answer format
  • Provides answers to commonly asked questions about drugs
  • Refers to current, evidence-based pharmacology information, tailored for the dental clinician
  • Features information on opioid prescribing and abuse and pain management 

Written for both general and specialist dentists and dental hygienists, the revised second edition of The Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide is a must-have reference for the most current information available on medications used in the dental profession.

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The Orthodontic Mini-implant Clinical Handbook 2nd Edition

The Orthodontic Mini-implant Clinical Handbook 2nd Edition

 

This all-new second edition of The Orthodontic Mini-implant Clinical Handbook provides a thoroughly revised and expanded update to the theoretical and practical aspects of using mini-implants in orthodontic practice. Taking a practical step-by-step approach with hundreds of clinical images, it presents updated clinical techniques and new clinical cases, covering all topics of importance for utilising mini-implants. It also includes a new chapter on mini-implant anchored maxillary expansion appliances.

It begins with a chapter that looks at mini-implant principles and potential complications, before moving onto clinical and design factors for maximising mini-implant success. Other chapters cover incisor retraction; molar distalisation and protraction; intrusion and anterior openbite treatments; bone anchored rapid maxillary expansion; orthognathic surgical uses; and ectopic teeth.

  • Provides a comprehensive guide to both theoretical and practical advice for the use of mini-implants in orthodontic practice
  • Covers updated clinical techniques and new clinical cases
  • Presents a new chapter on mini-implant anchored maxillary expansion appliances
  • Takes a highly illustrated step-by-step approach ideal for clinical practice

The Orthodontic Mini-Implant Clinical Handbook is an essential resource to orthodontists, maxillofacial surgeons, practicing dentists, and anyone with an interest in mini-implant skeletal anchorage.

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Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide 4th Edition

Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide 4th Edition

 

The fourth edition of Implant Restorations

Comprehensive throughout, this practical guide begins with introductory information on incorporating implant restorative dentistry in clinical practice. It covers diagnosis and treatment planning and digital dentistry, and addresses advances in cone beam computerized 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.

  • Provides an accessible step-by-step guide to commonly encountered treatment scenarios, describing procedures and techniques in an easy-to-follow, highly illustrated format
  • Offers new chapters on diagnosis and treatment planning and digital dentistry
  • Covers advances in cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT), computer generated surgical guides, intra-oral scanning, laser sintering, and more

An excellent and accessible guide on a burgeoning subject in modern dental practice by one of its most experienced clinicians, Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide, Fourth Edition will appeal to prosthodontists, general dentists, implant surgeons, dental students, dental assistants, hygienists, and dental laboratory technicians.

: A Step-by-Step Guide provides a wealth of updated and expanded coverage on detailed procedures for restoring dental implants. Focusing on the most common treatment scenarios, it offers concise literature reviews for each chapter and easy-to-follow descriptions of the techniques, along with high-quality clinical photographs demonstrating each step.

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Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry 1st Edition

Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry 1st Edition

Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry 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 author demonstrates the clinical relevance by including many real-world clinical cases that illustrate the application of the discussed techniques.

The book includes high-quality, color photographs throughout to support the text and add visual information to the covered topics, which include wound healing, oral surgery, periodontology, implant dentistry, and laser fundamentals and safety considerations. Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry provides readers with a step-by-step guide for using lasers in dental practice and discusses likely new directions and possible future treatments in the rapidly advancing field of laser dentistry. Readers will also 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-implantitis

Perfect for oral and maxillofacial surgeons, periodontists, and implant dentists, as well as general dentists, Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry will also earn a place in the libraries of dental students and residents seeking to improve their understanding of laser-based oral and dental procedures with a carefully organized reference guide.

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Minimally Invasive Approaches in Endodontic Practice

Minimally Invasive Approaches in Endodontic Practice

Minimally Invasive Approaches in Endodontic Practice

This book describes the latest minimally invasive approaches in endodontics and explains the principles that guide them. The advantages and limitations of these approaches are critically analyzed with the intention of defining new endodontic gold standards. The trend toward the use of more conservative procedures within endodontics reflects the wider adoption of minimally invasive dentistry in general and is being fostered by the introduction of new materials, devices, instruments, and techniques as well as the use of magnification and advanced three-dimensional diagnostic imaging technologies. In this book, readers will find clear explanation of these advances and their impacts.

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Minimally invasive access to the root canal system is described, and detailed attention is devoted to the application of novel strategies in root canal instrumentation and disinfection, root canal filling, coronal restoration, retreatment, and endodontic surgery. Minimally invasive alternatives to complete endodontic treatment, such as vital pulp therapies, and to dental extraction and implant placement, including surgical extrusion, intentional replantation, and tooth autotransplantation, are also discussed. Minimally Invasive Approaches in Endodontic Practice will be of value for endodontists at all levels of experience.

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Orthodontics for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Patient

Orthodontics for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Patient

Orthodontics for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Patient

This issue of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinics of North America is devoted to Orthodontics for the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Patient and is edited by Drs. Michael R. Markiewicz, Sath Allareddy and Michael Miloro. Articles will include: Digital workflow for combined orthodontics and orthognathic surgery; Surgical tooth exposure and bonding:

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What does the orthodontist want?; Temporary skeletal anchorage techniques; Interceptive dentofacial orthopedics (growth modification); Correction of transverse maxillary deficiency; Comprehensive pre-orthognathic surgery orthodontics; Distraction osteogenesis for the non-craniofacial patient; Surgery-first approach in the orthognathic patient; Idiopathic condylar resorption: What should we do?; Juvenile idiopathic arthritis: Update on management; Comprehensive post-orthognathic surgery orthodontics: complications, misconceptions, and management; Aesthetic facial surgery and orthodontics: Common goals; and more!

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Infection Control in Primary Dental Care

Infection Control in Primary Dental Care

This book is an easy-to-use guide to all aspects of infection control and decontamination that will support the implementation of effective measures for risk reduction in dental practice. Among the topics addressed are the principles and practicalities of cleaning and sterilizing dental instruments, the role of personal protective equipment, the design and use of decontamination rooms, choice of dental equipment, environmental disinfection, and considerations relating to dental unit water lines.

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In addition, readers will find an informative and helpful section on the background history and basic science of infection control within dentistry. Infection Control in Primary Dental Care will be very useful for all members of the dental team, including dentists, dental nurses or assistants, dental hygienists, and therapists. The book is illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and tables to aid understanding and encourage good practice. The authors have a background in microbiology and dental practice and have extensive experience of providing advice and guidance to professional colleagues on infection control procedures.

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Guide to Periodontal Treatment Solutions for General Dentistry

Guide to Periodontal Treatment Solutions for General Dentistry

Guide to Periodontal Treatment Solutions for General Dentistry by Tobias Boehm and Sam Chui is a concise textbook on periodontics geared towards dental students, residents, and early-career general dentists. Each chapter includes cases and evidence-based practice exercises that illustrate key concepts and enable application of these concepts through independent study or non-lecture based teaching methods. The book is arranged in a logical sequence mirroring the manner in which patients present with periodontal disease, from the initial exam to state-of-the-art treatments.

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The opening chapters cover gingivitis and disease basics, data collection, epidemiology, classification systems, and diagnosis. Subsequent chapters encompass a wide array of nonsurgical and surgical approaches for treating issues such as gum pockets, furcation, gingival recession, mucogingival defects, and tooth mobility, as well as when to refer patients. The latest methods for controlling gingival inflammation are discussed, including scaling and root planing, systemic and local antimicrobial therapy, antiseptics, lasers, and photodynamic therapy.

Key Features

  • Case studies, review questions and explanations, coupled with diagrams and illustrations, enhance understanding and knowledge retention
  • Nine chapters feature key points of periodontal treatment, with detailed step-by-step instructions on how to approach clinical problems
  • Prognostic tools and risk assessments for predicting tooth longevity with discussion of various tooth replacement options

This is an essential resource that guides dental students, residents and early career stage dentists through the fundamental aspects of periodontal treatment. The book also provides an excellent classroom tool for dental school instructors.

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