Ultrasonography in Dentomaxillofacial Diagnostics () (PDF) by

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This book offers a comprehensive review of the state of the art in Ultrasonography (USG) dentomaxillofacial imaging to help radiologists and dentists in their training and daily practice.The book examines the relationship between clinical features, diagnosis, and choice of minimally invasive technique for a range of dentomaxillofacial disorders and provides information on post-treatment therapy. Accurate interpretation of indications for treatment is the cornerstone of success in medicine, and as such, the book explains how the selection of imaging technique is closely linked to clinical and diagnostic aspects and how recognition of this relationship forms the foundation for optimal outcomes. In addition to examining the various modalities, the book highlights the role of the latest USG imaging techniques. Further, it discusses in detail the pathology, treatment, and prognosis of common and rare diseases, as well as congenital/developmental malformations in the dentomaxillofacial, an area that is often underestimated and largely ignored by dentists.Featuring updated high-resolution images created with state-of-the-art equipment, the book introduces readers to current imaging modalities. It also includes pathological descriptions of radiologic diagnoses to help clarify the pathophysiology of the disease, while the pearls and pitfalls of image interpretation provide a quick reference guide for practitioners.Written by leading international experts, this outstanding book is a valuable resource for both radiologists, dentists and students seeking a more in-depth appreciation of the subject and its contribution to the scientific radiology community.

Patient Assessment Tutorials: A Step-by-Step Guide for the Dental Hygienist 2nd Edition () (PDF) by

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The ability to perform and document patient assessment procedures is vital to the practice of dental hygiene—a complete and accurate assessment is the starting point to providing thorough patient care. Make sure you are prepared for patient assessment with this unique guide that takes you step-by-step through each assessment procedure including techniques for effectively communicating the assessment process and findings to patients. Excellent features include detailed, full-color illustrations and photographs to visually guide you through procedures and techniques, case studies and personal accounts that bring the content to life, and more.

Treating the Dental Patient with a Developmental Disorder 1st Edition (2012) (PDF) by Karen A. Raposa

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Treating the Dental Patientwith a Developmental Disorder provides a basic understanding of patients with developmental and intellectual disorders and offers help in communicating with and treating with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome, attention deficit, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, learning disabilities, and others. Presents descriptions of most common forms of developmental and intellectual disordersProvides practical methods of caring for patients with these disabilities, including how to guide and model behaviorOffers practice management tips to accommodate patients with special needs, particularly those with autismIncludes instructions to give caregivers for home oral therapy

Manual of Oral Histology and Oral Pathology (Color Atlas and Text) 2nd Edition (2016) (PDF) by M. Jose

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This is the thoroughly revised, rewritten, updated and enlarged edition of the popular practical manual on oral histology and pathology. Salient features of the book: A well-organized guide for oral histology and oral pathology practicals with photomicrographs and hand-drawn diagrams of microscopic structures, All the diagrams drawn by the author, Brief and precise description of the theoretical aspects in simple and lucid language, Key boxes highlighting the key identification points in diagrams. Highlights of the second edition: A larger number of lesions discussed and described, A substantial number of fresh photomicrographs and line diagrams added, A new subchapter on ‘special stains’ used in histopathology added.

Oral Pathology in the Pediatric Patient: A Clinical Guide to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Mucosal Lesions (2017) (PDF) by Elizabeth Philipone

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This book is a practical, user-friendly guide to the clinical diagnosis and treatment of the oral mucosal lesions most frequently encountered in pediatric patients. For each entity, a characteristic clinical photograph is provided, the clinical appearance is concisely described, and guidance is offered on differential diagnosis and treatment options. Oral indications of systemic diseases are addressed in a separate section, and mucosal indicators of drug use, sexual abuse, and eating disorders are also identified. Oral lesions are a relatively common occurrence in the pediatric population. Fortunately, most of these lesions are transient and can be diagnosed clinically; examples include aphthous ulcers, traumatic ulcers, and lesions of infectious etiology such as viral lesions and candidiasis. There are also a number of mucosal lesions, such as mucoceles and viral papillomas, that require biopsy for diagnosis and/or surgical excision for treatment. This book will assist the practitioner in diagnosing and treating both transient and persistent mucosal lesions.

Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients: Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses 13th Edition (2013) (PDF) by George A. Zarb

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Covering the functional and esthetic needs of edentulous patients, Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients: Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses, 13th Edition helps you provide complete dentures, with and without dental implant support. It addresses both the behavioral and clinical aspects of diagnosis and treatment and covers treatment modalities including osseointegration, overdentures, implant-supported fixed prosthesis, and the current and future directions of implant prosthodontics. New to this edition are full-color photographs and coverage of immediately loaded complete dental prostheses. From lead editor and respected educator George Zarb, Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients provides an atlas of clinical procedures and emphasizes the importance of evidence-based treatment.Short, easy-to-read chapters cover the essentials of care for both short- and long-term patients, stressing the importance of evidence-based treatment. Expanded coverage of implant prosthodontics addresses the clinical protocols for implant-retained and implant-supported prosthodontic management.Specific chapters address the three surfaces of the complete denture: (1) an impression or intaglio surface, (2) a polished surface, and (3) an occlusal surface, the integration of which is crucial to creating a stable, functional, and esthetic result.Chapter on health and nutrition examines a number of systemic conditions (vesciculoerosive conditions, systemic lupus erythematosus, burning mouth syndrome, salivary dysfunction, Sjögren's syndrome, hyper/hyposalivation, diabetes) that affect the oral cavity and specifically influence the prognosis for wearing complete dentures or for accepting osseointegrated prostheses.Chapter on the time-dependent changes which occur in the oral cavity focuses on both time-related direct (ulcer/cheek biting, irritation hyperplasia, denture stomatitis, flabby ridge and pendulous maxillary tuberosities, hyperkeratosis and oral cancer, residual ridge reduction) and indirect (atrophy of masticatory muscles, nutritional status and masticatory function, control of sequelae) changes in the oral environment, and provides strategies to minimize the risk of such changes. Chapter on the techniques used to prolong the life of complete dentures focuses on the two techniques used to extend the life of dentures: relining and rebasing, also touching on denture duplication.Well-respected editors and contributors are the leaders in their field, lending credibility and experience to each topic.

Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients: South Asia Reprint 13th Edition (2016) (PDF) by George A. Zarb

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Refine your clinical skills in the management of edentulous patients. Meet the functional and esthetic needs of your edentulous patients by providing complete dentures, both with and without dental implant support. Leading editors and contributors address the behavioral and clinical aspects of diagnosis and treatment and cover today’s most effective treatment modalities, all in a full-color atlas format, with an emphasis on evidence based practice.

Essentials of Clinical Periodontology and Periodontics 3rd Edition () (PDF) by Shantipriya Reddy

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This new edition describes about anatomy, epidemiology, etiopathogenesis, periodontal pathology, treatment of periodontal diseases including surgical as well as non-surgical therapies. Includes a wide range of illustrations and photographs depicting details of various types of various periodontal procedures. Contains detailed questionnaire regarding clinical discussion to help the students prepare for clinical examination. This book is helpful for the academicians to re-think the modes of presenting information and also as a model to test whether the students have grasped the concepts they have been taught and are able to use them in a practical manner.

Clinical Atlas of Retreatment in Endodontics 1st Edition (2021) (PDF) by Viresh Chopra

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CLINICAL ATLAS OF RETREATMENT IN ENDODONTICS Explore a comprehensive pictorial guide to the retreatment of root canals and failed endodontic cases with step-by-step advice on retreatment managementClinical Atlas of Retreatment in Endodontics delivers an image-based reference to the management of failed root canal cases. It provides evidence-based strategies and detailed clinical explanations to manage and retreat previous endodontically failed cases. It contains concrete evidence-based and practical techniques accompanied by full-colour, self-explanatory clinical photographs taking the reader through a journey of successful management of the failed clinical cases.Using a variety of clinical cases, the book demonstrates why and how endodontic failures occur, how to prevent them, and how to manage them in clinical practice. It also emphasises on evaluating the restorability and prognosis of the tooth in order to make a proper case selection for providing retreatment. This book also discusses the various factors that can help the clinician to make a case for nonsurgical or surgical retreatment. Readers will benefit from the inclusion of clinical cases that provide:A thorough introduction to perforation repair, with a clinical case that includes the repair of pulpal floor perforation caused due to excessive cutting of the floor of the pulp chamberAn explanation of various factors for instrument separation, supported with a case that includes the removal of a fractured instrumentPractical discussions of instrument retrieval, with a case that includes a fractured instrument at the apical third of mandibular molarA step wise pictorial description for guided root canal therapySelective root canal treatment as a treatment option for retreatment of failed endodontic casesA detailed clinical description for how to explore and modify the endodontic access cavity for locating extra/missed canalsPerfect for endodontists, endodontic residents, and general dentists, Clinical Atlas of Retreatment in Endodontics is also useful for undergraduate dental students and private practitioners who wish to improve their understanding of endodontic retreatment and are looking for a one-stop reference on the subject.

Oxford Handbook of Dental Patient Care (Oxford Handbooks Series) 2nd Edition () (PDF) by Athanasios Kalantzis

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This pocket guide bridges the gap between dental and medical knowledge. It provides practical information for the dental professional on how to take a full medical history, examine the patient, perform the appropriate investigations, appreciate the patient's medical problems and their implications on dental management, and treat their patients in a safe and effective way.This edition includes new material on the management of emergencies, patients with bleeding tendencies, cardiac problems, diabetes, and infections.

Alagappan’s Clinical Medicine for Dental Students 3rd Edition (2014) (PDF) by R Alagappan

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• As per DCI syllabus with a fresh presentation.• Concise and comprehensive.• Latest definitions and guidelines.• Updated epidemiological data.• Sample assessment charts.• Abbreviations and Glossary.• System-based assessment for developing clinical skills.• Oral manifestations of medical conditions.• Every section starts with a chapter on assessment for better understanding of medicine with in-depth practical knowledge.• Enriched with numerous figures, tables and flowcharts for understanding of complex topics.• Important questions are added at the end of chapters for exam preparation.• Special boxes i.e. candle box and stethoscope box carrying clinically relevant information.

Essentials of Endodontics 2nd Edition (2019) (PDF) by Vimal K. Sikri

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Knowledge of endodontics needs periodic upgradation. Tremendous changes have occurred since the first edition was published; both in our understanding of the basic biology of the disease process as well as the newer techniques and gadgets used in endodontic therapy. The advances in microbial dynamics and understanding of nuances of pulp spaces has made endodontic prognosis more predictable.

ENDODONTIC PAIN MANAGEMENT: Problems Solving In Clinical Dentistry () (PDF) by Dr. Mitul Joshi

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Managing pain can be one of the more challenging aspects of the clinical practice of endodontics, and one by which the skill of the clinician is often judged. Unfortunately, root canal therapy is still perceived by many as a standard against which painful experiences are judged. This is a two-edged sword. Because patients are expecting pain, it often makes their pain management more difficult. On the other hand, advances in local anesthesia and modern pharmacology allow dental practitioners to deal effectively with the patient experiencing odontogenic pain and, in most cases, exceed their expectations.

Dental Fellowship Courses : What after BDS , MDS ? (2020) (PDF) by DR.MOHAN MUTHAL

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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT DENTAL FELLOWSHIP COURSES , WHERE ARE THEY , WHAT IS THE FEE STRUCTURE , WHAT IS THE EXAM PATTERN ? AND MUCH MORE INFORMATION IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR DENTAL STUDENTS .

Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography 2nd Edition (2021) (PDF) by Shawneen M. Gonzalez

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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: Enables rapid reference to common CBCT findings, with multiple images for each finding Features a streamlined framework that makes relevant information easier to find and apply in dental practice Offers hundreds of new images to aid in correctly identifying findings Contains new and updated content, including expanded coverage of CBCT and implants Provides sample reports and explains how they are used in day-to-day clinical practice Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography, Second Edition remains a must-have resource for all dental practitioner and specialists who use CBCT, dental students in radiology interpretation courses, and residents beginning to use CBCT in their specialty.

Essentials of Clinical Periodontology and Periodontics 5th Edition (2017) (PDF) by Shantipriya Reddy

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Periodontology is the study of the supporting structures of teeth (gums, bones and cement-like substance that hold the teeth, and the periodontal ligament); and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions that affect them.This fifth edition has been fully revised to provide dental students with the most recent advances in periodontology. Beginning with an introduction to the normal periodontium and classification and epidemiology of periodontal diseases, the following chapters provide in depth discussion on the periodontal pathology and the diagnosis and treatment of different types of periodontal disease.In addition to extensive referencing and numerous clinical photographs, diagrams and tables, this comprehensive guide includes a DVD ROM demonstrating procedures in periodontal surgery.The accompanying free booklet, Manual of Clinical Periodontics (9789352702237), provides case histories, instruments and viva voce questions to help students prepare for examinations.

e-Health Care in Dentistry and Oral Medicine: A Clinician’s Guide (2018) (PDF) by Nicolas Giraudeau

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This clinically oriented book presents the state of the art in e-health care within dentistry and oral medicine (“e-oral health”) with the aim of acquainting dentists and other oral health care professionals with its uses and advantages, especially with regard to diagnosis. It will assist all who wish to learn about teledentistry protocols and the e-oral health branch or to implement e-oral health solutions and procedures in clinical practice. The book opens by discussing general aspects of e-oral health, including tools, networks, and the very important ethical considerations. The use and specific benefits of e-oral health technologies in the diagnosis of different conditions, orthodontic assessment, implantology evaluation, and caries prevention are then fully explained. Finally, examples are provided of the ways in which teledentistry functions in different countries on different continents. e-Oral health is a burgeoning field that encompasses teledentistry as well as other uses of information and communication technologies for oral health care purposes. This book will be an ideal guide for not only dentists but also dental hygienists, dental nurses, and other professionals.

Financing dental care: An economic analysis (1973) (PDF) by Paul J Feldstein

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  Basic Information: Year: 1973 Page Number: 259 pages File Type: PDF File Size: 19,07 MB Authors/ Editiors: Paul J Feldstein Description: User's Review: Download Keywords Free Download Financing dental care: An economic analysis in PDF format Financing dental care: An economic analysis PDF Free Download Download Financing dental care: An economic analysis 1973 PDF Free Financing dental care: An economic analysis 1973 PDF Free Download Download Financing dental care: An economic analysis PDF  

DENTAL COMPOSITES : – All you need to know (2020) (PDF) by Dr. PalaniSelvi Kamaraj

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Composite resins are the inevitable tooth coloured restoratives in dentistry since last few decades. But there is still a void inunderstanding the underlying composition, chemistry, properties etc. which plays a major role inmaterial selection as well as for better clinical success. "DENTAL COMPOSITES- All you need to know " is a concisely written textbook exclusively on dental composites with emphasis on recent advancements and future researches. The uniqueness of this book is that, it combines the material science of composites from various international standard textbooks along with the information obtained through recent research articles worldwide and explains the way, how dental composites have evolved through ages till date.

Dental Autopsy 1st Edition (2009) (PDF) by Richard R. Souviron

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The most advanced and complete forensic dentistry resource of its kind, this volume provides essential guidance in all areas of forensics odontologly. It supplies medical examiners and forensic investigators with the detailed information needed to perform their work with the highest level of authority in the dental autopsy lab, the field, and the c

Grossman’s Endodontic Practice (2020) (PDF) by Gopikrishna V.

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Ever since the publication of the first edition of this textbook in 1940, the legacy of Grossman’s Endodontic Practice has served as a foundational text on the art and science of endodontics. Successive generations of students and clinicians have not only learnt the basics of endodontics from this book but also have followed it extensively as an authoritative clinical resource. The fourteenth edition of this classic is a comprehensive update that incorporates the changes that have occurred in endodontic theory and practice in terms of materials, concepts and protocols. With its evidence-based approach and clinical coverage, this classic is an indispensable textbook for both students and clinicians.NEW TO THIS EDITION• Two new chapterso Magnification in Endodonticso Non-Surgical Endodontic Retreatment• Clinical Notes highlighting pertinent important clinical aspects of the topic being discussed• 100+ case reports illustrating the conceptual and clinical discussions in detail• Over 1,200 illustrations comprising relevant line diagrams, clinical photographs, radiographs and histological slides• A visual masterclass online link, presenting videos of important clinical procedures

Avoiding and Treating Dental Complications: Best Practices in Dentistry 1st Edition (2016) (PDF) by Deborah A. Termeie

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Complications from dental procedures are inevitable and encountered by all dental professionals. Avoiding and Treating Dental Complications: Best Practices in Dentistry is designed to address proper management of these situations in everyday practice. Covers a range of dental issues and complications found in daily practice Written by experts in each specialty Features tables and charts for quick information Includes clinical photographs and radiographs

Critical Decisions in Periodontology, Fourth Edition (2002) (PDF) by Walter B. Hall

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Critical Decisions in Periodontology, Fourth Edition, is designed to guide students and practitioners in applying their decision-making knowledge in a structured and logical manner. The decisions may be in diagnosis, treatment selections and options, procedures in various treatments, and evaluating outcomes. This new edition sees a section devoted to esthetics in periodontal treatment. New techniques such as minimally invasive surgery and effects of chemotherapy on periodontal therapy are presented. The contributors to the text represent both north American and international thinking.