Handbook of clinical techniques in pediatric dentistry / edited by Jane A. Soxman.
D 617.629 H23 S73
The Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry provides the clinician with an increased level of expertise and skills for timely identification and intervention for various presentations in the developing dentition. It also clearly describes procedures for treatment in the primary and young permanent dentitions, including pulp therapy for primary and young permanent molars, extractions, space maintenance, and more. The most commonly encountered treatment needs are discussed with the goal of increasing clinician and staff confidence while decreasing chair-time and stress.
Key concepts in contemporary orthodontics / edited by Kaley Ann.
D 617.64 K44
Orthodontics is a rapidly growing field of science as well as of medicine. The aim of this book is to provide innovative possibilities and novel ways of looking at this field. It provides key concepts in orthodontics organized under two broad sections: Orthognathic Surgery and Research. The book aims at serving the readers as a valuable means of exploration of the application of knowledge, information and answers to some orthodontic questions and topics.
Textbook of geriatric dentistry / edited by Poul Holm-Pedersen, Angus W.G. Walls, Jonathan A. Ship.
D 617.6561 T35
Textbook of Geriatric Dentistry, Third Edition provides a comprehensive review of the aging process and its relevance to oral health and dentistry. Now in full colour, this third edition has been fully revised and updated with new material encompassing recent research and clinical developments within geriatric dentistry. Written in a clear and accessible style, this is an essential guide to geriatric dental practice for undergraduate and postgraduate dentistry students and practicing clinicians alike. Key features include: * Contributions from an international group of expert authors * Comprehensive coverage of oral healthcare issues in the older adult, from demographics and physiology through to nutrition and pharmacology * Provides both foundational knowledge and a guide to clinical management * New chapters including material on orofacial pain, quality of life and treatment planning.
Pickard’s guide to minimally invasive operative dentistry/ Avijit Banerjee, Timothy F. Watson.
D 617.62 K46
An ideal introduction to the theory and practical aspects of conservative dentistry, the tenth edition of Pickards’ Guide to Minimally Invasive Operative Dentistry is a must-have text for all dental students, new graduates and oral healthcare professionals alike. Written in an easy to understand and concise style, the authors introduce the essentials of dental disease before outlining how to collect patient information clinically in order to detect, diagnose, plan and deliver care.
Exploring key topics such as disease prevention and control, the principles of minimally invasive operative dentistry, contemporary restorative materials and procedures, this completely up-to-date revised edition integrates a thorough academic grounding for degree examination with an essential preparation for clinical practice for the whole oral healthcare team. Illustrated with step-by-step colour photos, common clinical procedures are clearly set out and labelled for beginners to learn. The tenth edition has been updated to reflect the latest evidence based guidelines for preventitative management and there is a focus on maintaining existing restorations and follow up/long term care.