Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

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This undergraduate textbook of restorative dentistry brings together the specialties of restorative dentistry including periodontology, cariology, endodontics, and fixed and removable prosthodontics. It enables the student formulate a realistic treatment plan for individual patients who may have problems in several areas. The text also includes case studies that demonstrate the relationship of the specialties to each other in the clinical situation eg: pain management, management of the periodontic/endodontic problem, management of tooth loss due to attrition/erosion, and the orthodontic/restorative more

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 216 x 274 x 14mm | 621.43g
  • Elsevier Health Sciences
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 460 ills.
  • 0443059853
  • 9780443059858

Table of contents

SECTION 1: Introduction. An Integrated Approach to Restorative Dentistry Including Examination of the Patient and Treatment Planning, PERIODONTOLOGY: the Healthy Periodontium. Chronic Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases. Management of Periodontal Disease CARIOLOGY: the Health Tooth. Dental Caries and Tooth Surface Loss. Principles of Tooth Preparation and Restoration. Hand Instruments and Handpieces. Management of Dental Caries and Tooth Surface Loss. Anterior and Posterior Crowns. Follow-Up and Maintenance ENDODONTICS: the Healthy Pulp. Pulp and Periradicular Diseases. Conservative Management of Pulp and Periradicular Diseases. Surgical Management of Pulp and Periradicular Diseases FIXED/REMOVABLE PROSTHODONTICS: the Consequence of Tooth Loss. The Principles of Tooth Replacement. Bridge Design and Provision. Partial Denture Design and Provision SECTION 2 CASE STUDIES: Pain Management. Management of the Endodontic Emergency. Management of the Periodontol/Endodontic Problem. Management of Anterior/Posterior Tooth Loss. The Reduced Dental Arch. Management of Tooth Loss Due to Attrition/Erosion. Management of the Free End Saddle. The Orthodontic/Restorative Interface. Aesthetic Options (Veneers/Crowns/Bridges/Dentures). Overdentures. Indications for Osseointegrated Implants APPENDIX: Medical Management. Gerondontology. Impressions. Cross-Infection Controlshow more

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-...the consistency in presentation has resulted in a text which may be read in its entirety or used in specific areas and would be a useful adjunct to reading for both students and practitioners.- Alison Qualtrough, University Dental Hospital of Manchester, Dental Update, October 2002to dentistry students in their last year of study.-Danish Dental Journal, November 2003is no doubt that undergraduate students will love the idea of having everything they need to know about restorative dentistry in a single book.- J. Steele, British Dental Journal, January 2003show more