Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats
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`Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats` offers a unique, detailed, comprehensive and highly illustrated account of surgical procedures that will improve outcomes for all surgical and dental specialists. In drawing together the expertise of specialists worldwide, it will also prove indispensable for general practitioners with a dental and oral caseload. Basic principles are considered prior to in-depth treatment of surgical conditions. The book combines expertise from both human and veterinary oral surgeons to provide an authoritative reference with a strongly practical slant. It is likely to become the standard work in the field for many years.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 608 pages
  • 216 x 276 x 25mm | 1,818.9g
  • Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Saunders (W.B.) Co Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Approx. 1026 illustrations (577 in full color)
  • 0702046183
  • 9780702046186
  • 440,881

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-Sometimes, when one has high expectations from such distinguished authors, one is left disappointed, but this book is truly the exception...having enjoyed reading the book from cover to cover, i feel it has a place in every small animal practice library, as each chapter has something applicable to first-opinion practice; it would make an invaluable resource and reference book...the clinical photgraphs, illustratitions and comprehensive text make this book good value for money as, I have no doubt, it will be used and referred to for many years to come.- Vet Record, April 2012 ? -The book is well written, nicely illustrated and professionally edited, largely avoiding fragmentation and/or overlapping that may result from having 47 different authors...this book fills and important void in the veterinary literature, and the attention to detail of its editors has benefitted the reader...I recommend this book for any practicing veterinarian who performs any amount of oral surgery.- J VET DENT, Summer 2012 "Sometimes, when one has high expectations from such distinguished authors, one is left disappointed, but this book is truly the exception...having enjoyed reading the book from cover to cover, i feel it has a place in every small animal practice library, as each chapter has something applicable to first-opinion practice; it would make an invaluable resource and reference book...the clinical photgraphs, illustratitions and comprehensive text make this book good value for money as, I have no doubt, it will be used and referred to for many years to come." Vet Record, April 2012 ? "The book is well written, nicely illustrated and professionally edited, largely avoiding fragmentation and/or overlapping that may result from having 47 different authors...this book fills and important void in the veterinary literature, and the attention to detail of its editors has benefitted the reader...I recommend this book for any practicing veterinarian who performs any amount of oral surgery." J VET DENT, Summer 2012 "Sometimes, when one has high expectations from such distinguished authors, one is left disappointed, but this book is truly the exception...having enjoyed reading the book from cover to cover, i feel it has a place in every small animal practice library, as each chapter has something applicable to first-opinion practice; it would make an invaluable resource and reference book...the clinical photgraphs, illustratitions and comprehensive text make this book good value for money as, I have no doubt, it will be used and referred to for many years to come." Vet Record, April 2012 ? "The book is well written, nicely illustrated and professionally edited, largely avoiding fragmentation and/or overlapping that may result from having 47 different authors...this book fills and important void in the veterinary literature, and the attention to detail of its editors has benefitted the reader...I recommend this book for any practicing veterinarian who performs any amount of oral surgery." J VET DENT, Summer 2012show more

Table of contents

Foreword Section 1 - Surgical Biology Oral soft tissue wound healing Maxillofacial bone healing Use of antibiotics and antiseptics Anaesthesia and Pain management Enteral nutritional support Section 2 - Surgical Methods Instrumentation, surgical positioning and aseptic technique Suture materials and biomaterials Laser surgery Microsurgical techniques in maxillofacial surgery Use of cat and dog in experimental maxillofacial surgery Section 3 - Exodontics Principles of exodontics Closed extraction of single rooted teeth Extraction of canine teeth in dogs Extraction of multirooted teeth in dogs Special considerations in feline exodontics Complications of extractions Section 4 - Periodontal surgery Principles of Periodontal Surgery Gingivectomy / Gingivoplasty Periodontal Flap Surgery and Mucogingival Surgery Osteoconductive and Osteoinductive Agents in Periodontal Surgery Crown-lengthening Management of Periodontal Trauma Section 5 - Endodontal surgery Principles of Endodontal Surgery Apicoectomy Techniques Section 6 - Maxillofacial Trauma Repair Principles of Maxillofacial Trauma Repair Facial Soft Tissue Injuries Surgical Approaches for Mandibular and Maxillofacial Trauma Repair Symphyseal Separation and Fractures Involving the Incisive Region Maxillofacial Fracture Repair Using Non-invasive Techniques Maxillofacial Fracture Repair Using Intra-osseous Maxillofacial Fracture Repair Using Mini-plates and Screws Maxillofacial Fracture Repair Using External Fixation Fractures and Luxations Involving the Temporomandibular Joint Maxillofacial Fracture Complications Section 7 - Palate Surgery Biologic Basis of Cleft Palate and Palatal Surgery Cleft Palate Repair Techniques Repair of Acquired Palatal Defects . Section 8 - Management of Maxillofacial Tumors and Cysts Clinical Staging and Biopsy of Maxillofacial Tumors Clinical-pathologic Clinical Behavior of Non-odontogenic Tumors Clinical Behavior of Odontogenic Tumors Non-neoplastic Tumor-like Principles of Oral Oncologic Surgery Surgical Treatment of Tongue, Lip, and Cheek Maxillectomy Techniques . Mandibulectomy Techniques Clinical Behavior and Management of Odontogenic Cysts Advanced Maxillofacial Reconstruction Techniques Section 9 - Salivary Gland Surgery Principles of Salivary Gland Surgery Surgical Treatment of Salivary Mucoceles Section 10 - Miscellaneous Maxillofacial Surgery Procedures Cheiloplasty Mandibular Frenoplasty and Tight-lip Syndrome Management of Maxillofacial Osteonecrosis Management of Unerupted Temporomandibular Joint Dysplasia Section 11 - Oral Approaches to Ear-, Nose-, and Throat Procedures Correction of Overlong Soft Palate Pharyngotomy and Pharyngostomy Oral Approaches to the Nasal Cavity and Nasopharynx Tonsillectomyshow more