carmen scheller, c.d.a., r.d.n., dip. ad. ed., pg cert ode, dental nurse tutor, dublin dental school and hospital, republic of ireland
european journal of dental education
basic guide to dental instruments provides a working inventory of dental instrumentation in common use in dental surgeries. a clear photograph of each class and many varieties of instrument is included, and then described according to the following principles: name, usage, any relevant features and varieties. each section is dedicated to a specific discipline or division of dentistry. complete set–ups have been included at the end of most sections for various procedures. the coverage reflects instrumentation and accessory items used in general dental practice, routine hospital dental procedures and selected specialist settings.
the author adopts a flexible approach which recognises that some instruments are multi–functional, and their names and usage can vary across dental surgeries. this approach, coupled with the range of instruments covered, makes the book an ideal ′portable′ resource across general practice, hospital and a range of specialist settings. the book also highlights instruments which can be easily confused. in addition to detailing the classic sets of dental instruments, the importance of instrument care and sterilisation regimes is acknowledged.
why i buy this book, january 21, 2007
basically, i buy this book to train my new assistants.there are lots of color pictures in this book.this will be a good way for my dental assistant to start “knowing all the tools”.
gottfried schmalz, d.d.s., dr. med. dent., ph.d., professor and chairman, department of operative dentistry and periodontology, university of regensburg, germany;
dorthe arenholt-bindslev, d.d.s., ph.d., certif. orthod, professor and consultant orthodontist, school of dentistry, rhus university, denmark
very informative book, troubling dentistry, beware, november 21, 2011
this book is very informative and with many reference for related research if one wishes to find additional information. i would recommend it to both dentists and non dentists wanting to learn more about biocompatibility of dental materials.
this is an area that was not covered in the past in dental schools or follow-up courses and education. as as consequence most of the practicing dentists are not aware of the actual biocompatibility of dental materials that they are placing into patients mouth. same holds true for dental labs, while dental material manufacturing companies carry most of the burden given they do not enough research and do not provide transparent information on their products to judge their biocompatibility by dentist and/or patient/consumer and even dental lab. some of the companies are better in this regard – such as vita/vident which pay more attention to biocompatibility.
the focus and mantra of modern dentistry was cosmetic and use of use – focus was on less costly, quicker procedures and materials, not on the ones that are most biocompatible. this is highly troubling given toxicity and potential for allergies for many dental materials. just to name a few:
1. amalgam – one of favorites of old dental school (~40-50% mercury – is a highly toxic substance that evaporates from amalgams on a daily basis, infiltrates many parts of the body and impacts brain, kidney’s, liver, endocrine/hormonal system. overall, this is a very troubling material, while it the filling does last a long time its effects are also felt for a long time by the patient.
2. barium – more recent favorite that was/is being added to composite materials, ceramic materials, and cements.
3. radioactive/fluorescing substances – in the past uranium salts were being used in dental ceramics and some other materials. nowadays, excessive use of zirconia which has ~ 5% of radioactive material such as uranium/thorium, and hafnium. also excessive use of other radioactive and/or rare earth materials which are not biocompatible in composites and ceramic materials which can cause local and systemic problems.
4. composite materials. most of them are some combo of acrylic/resin substances which shrink over time, leach out and cause problems for many people.
5. dental dental cements, which are mostly glue like substances made out of acrylics with high toxicity on living cells, irritation and high potential for allergies. the cements are glues are highly irritating acrylic substances that leach out and can cause various allergies and other problems. they also contain most of the times barium, fluoride and other toxins.
6. excessive use of materials such as emax which contain lithium which are toxic in the body, and are also used as psychiatric drugs in clinical institutions for mental patients.
majority of the above mentioned dental materials are frequent often cause for headaches, anxious and irritable behavior, tiredness, depression, sleeplessness, swollen joints, endocrine/hormonal and other illnesses and health problems.
recommend buying and reading this book, but have given it 4 stars for following reasons: not a strong enough stance on amalgams and other toxic materials such as lithium and barium – both of these leach out of dental ceramic and composite materials. i hope that more people become aware of the problems that dentistry has and is still presenting in todays society. one can hope that fda also imposes tougher regulations on the dental industry – it terms of trials, more extensive testing, transparency of track record, ingredients, etc. so that we can proactively many of everyday health problems – improve lives and save billions in the process.
allergies to dental products, share this with your dentist, july 16, 2009
this book is a fascinating read even for non-dentists. the “biocompatibility” means compatibility of dental crowns, fillings, etc with the person they are applied to. if you have suffered unexplained rashes in and around your mouth (including thrush, lichen planus), face and neck it may be that new filling the dentist put in. the dentist may not believe you “no one is allergic to this” but yes! individuals can be allergic, so suggest this great book (with photos) to your dentist. published in 2009, it is an up-to-date, comprehensive reference for any dentist who cares about more than just a patient’s mouth. it details which products have led to reported reactions, gives examples of and defines the different types of allergic reactions and shows pictures of possible symptoms.
kenneth j anusavice, dmd, phd, professor and chairman, department of dental biomaterials, college of dentistry, university of florida, gainesville, fl
- content outlines at the beginning of each chapter provide a quick reference for specific topics.
- the roles played by key organizations in ensuring the safety and efficacy of dental materials and devices are described – such as the american dental association, the u.s. food and drug administration, the international organization for standardization, and the fédération dentaire internationale.
- up-to-date selected readings are presented at the end of each chapter to direct readers to supplemental literature on each topic.
- numerous boxes and tables throughout summarize and illustrate key concepts and compare characteristics and properties of various dental materials.
- distinguished contributors lend their credibility and experience to the text.
- content has been completely updated to include information on the most current dental materials available.
- glossaries at the beginning of each chapter define key terms used within the context of that chapter.
- revised artwork gives this edition a fresh look, with high-quality illustrations and clinical photos to aid in the visualization of materials and procedures described.
- reorganization and consolidation of chapters into four major book parts presents the material in a more efficient way:
part i describes the principles of materials science that control the performance of dental materials in dental laboratories, research laboratories, student dental clinics, public health clinics, and private practice clinics.
part ii focuses on impression materials, gypsum products, dental waxes, casting investments and procedures, and finishing and polishing abrasives and procedures.
- part iii provides an updated scientific and applied description of the composition, manipulation principles, properties, and clinical performance of bonded restorations, restorative resins, dental cements, dental amalgams, and direct-filling golds.
- part iv presents a basic and applied description of materials that are processed in a laboratory or dental clinic.
- critical thinking questions appear in every chapter to stimulate thinking and classroom discussion.
- the overall design has been improved to provide a more visually appealing format.
dental materials text, february 5, 2009
this book covers the basic material science of most commonly-used dental materials. it is generally easy to read and understand and is as current as any text dedicated to the subject. most of the properties which govern the performance of dental biological materials are presented in a manner which should be understood by dental students and dentists. since manipulation of materials ranges from 50 to 90 per cent of what dentists spend their work time doing, a book like this should be part of their reference library. this book serves that purpose well. the editors are well-known experts in their respective fields and have chosen keen contributions from competent and established investigators to effectively discuss and elucidate all areas covered by this textbook. as a former faculty member, who taught in dental schools and carried out research programs, and now a general dental practitioner who still participates in material science research, i highly recommend this book.
a painful read, but useful., may 5, 2011
this book, while detailed, is riddled with areas of unexplained technical terminology and confusing sentence structure. a lot of terminology (for example from metallurgy) is mentioned but completely unexplained, which forces the reader to go look up terms to understand what the author is talking about.
some frustrating sentence structure is also common, requiring several reads to get one’s head around what is actually being said. for example “sometimes the abraded area is smooth” or “[this occurs] externally, usually in the interior…”
overall it’s a useful book, but the way it is written makes for an extremely tedious read.
good start and perfect for undergraduates, september 11, 2007
i found this book good for gaining a general knowledge on dental materials. there really isn’t anything else around that is better. it is lacking in specific formulations and leaves out a few areas of dentistry – particularly endodontics and endodontic medicaments. cavit, ledermix etc are just not discussed. light cured special tray resins are not covered in much detail although i would have to say that in general this book is good.
if you are an undergraduate then this book is definitely worth buying. if you are a dentist who believes the brochures put out by dental manufacturers then i think this book is a must so that a general understanding of assessing dental materials is gained. overall i would have to give this book four stars.
lee w. graber, dds, ms, phd
robert l. vanarsdall, jr., dds
katherine w. l. vig, bds, ms, fds(rcs), dorth
- comprehensive coverage includes foundational theory and the latest on materials and techniques used in today’s practice.
- full-color photographs make it easy to see and distinguish the subtle differences that are necessary to mastering treatment planning.
- more than 2,500 images include a mixture of radiographs, clinical photos, and anatomic or schematic line drawings, showing examples of treatments, techniques, and outcomes.
- detailed case studies guide you through the decision-making process, showing the consequences of various treatment techniques over time.
- extensive references cite the latest in orthodontic research, so it’s easy to follow up on evidence-based information.
- authoritative research is provided by a team of three experienced, renowned authors/editors along with a team of worldwide experts.
- cutting-edge content includes the latest concepts and techniques in orthodontics, including new coverage of temporary anchorage devices, self-ligating bracket biomechanics, clear aligner treatments, technological advances in imaging, and lasers.
- improved organization separates topics into six parts and 29 chapters, enhancing both learning and research.
- chapter outlines serve as a handy reference tool for practitioners and researchers.
- new lead author dr. lee graber adds a fresh perspective to the experience of authors drs. robert vanarsdall jr., and katherine w. l. vig.
- access to a companion website includes an electronic version of all chapters, plus case studies, a complete image collection, and supplemental content.
indispensable, december 8, 2011
indispensable book for the general dentist, orthodontist, maxillo facial surgeon…
very good book, written by renowned authors, as usual a great treatise elsevier.
stuart c. white, dds, phd, professor, section of oral and maxillofacial radiology, school of dentistry, university of california
michael j. pharoah, dds, msc, frcd(c), professor, department of radiology, faculty of dentistry, university of toronto
the new 5th edition of this best-selling textbook offers practical guidance for providing state-of-the-art care, as well as insights on evaluating the efficacy of future developments in the field of oral and maxillofacial radiology. featuring a straightforward, clear presentation of the basic principles of oral and maxillofacial radiology, it includes more than 1000 high-quality radiographs and illustrations, an extensive selection of specialized imaging techniques like mri and ct, and a comprehensive discussion of radiographic interpretation and pathologic conditions.
· a wealth of information is provided on film radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasonography, and the new cone-beam computed tomography.
· a logical and systematic approach to the interpretation of diagnostic images is provided.
· disorders of the tmj are discussed, including: radiographic abnormalities, soft tissue abnormalities, arthritic conditions, articular loose bodies, trauma, and tumors.
· consistently presented clinical material of pathologic conditions makes it easy for the reader to follow and comprehend.
- a brand new chapter on digital imaging introduces the various types of cutting edge digital imaging now available in dentistry, compares their strengths and weaknesses in clinical usage, and discusses the underlying concepts of how the different methods work.
- expanded chapters on panoramic imaging and extraoral radiographic examinations offer systematic approaches to evaluation of the complex anatomic relationships displayed on panoramic and skull radiographs for the identification of abnormalities.
- the most up-to-date information on etiology and diagnosis of diseases in the orofacial region is accompanied by improved illustrations with special emphasis on advanced imaging.
- the very latest imaging modalities include the new cone-beam computed tomography (cbct).
- high-quality radiographs and illustrations include images with more emphasis on computed tomography (ct) and 3d ct, as well as illustrations demonstrating anatomic distribution of lesions.
- expanded and updated content includes the most current information to keep the reader abreast of this rapidly changing field.
- eight new contributing authors from all over the world lend their expertise on the subjects of panoramic imaging, extraoral radiographic examinations, digital imaging, paranasal sinuses, soft tissue calcification and ossification, and developmental disturbances of the face and jaws.
“the special attractiveness of this book comes from the pleasing combination of well-structured and simple explanations complemented by more than 1000 high-quality radiographs and illustrations which cover more or less the whole area of oral and maxillofacial radiology… summa summarum, this book can be strongly recommended to the personal library of both students and clinicians.”european journal of orthodontics, 2009
extremly satisfying, february 3, 2004
marc geissberger is chairman of the department of restorative dentistry at university of the pacific dental school. a highly experienced teacher and clinician emphasizing in esthetic dentistry, he is also director of the school’s complex care and esthetic dentistry clinic.
“this guide is for new dentists, residents in advanced general dentistry, and general dentists; it will also of interest to prosthodontists and restorative dentists. illustrated with color photos on almost every page, the book outlines procedures, gives instructions on specific techniques, and offers side by- side comparisons on the most popular systems and materials.” (book news, september 2010)
from the back cover
as esthetic dentistry continues to grow in popularity, dentists are offered an opportunity to expand their practices and attract new patients. esthetic dentistry in clinical practice provides dentists with the skills to take advantage of that opportunity. clearly outlining esthetic procedures, the book enables dentists to treat patients in an efficient and clinically sound manner, bringing esthetic dentistry to everyday practice.in addition to clinical instruction in specific techniques, esthetic dentistry in clinical practice includes sections on treatment planning, case design, and side-by-side comparative evaluations of the most popular systems and materials.
especially useful for recently qualified dentists, residents in advanced general dentistry programs, and general dentists interested in expanding their esthetic dentistry practice, this book will also appeal to prosthodontists and restorative dentists.
- practical guide that brings esthetic dentistry to everyday practice
- demonstrates treatment-planning and case design from basic to advanced cases
- packed with practical learning tools, such as side-by-side comparison of popular materials and systems
kenneth w. aschheim, dds, facd, assistant clinical professor, department of dentistry, mount sinai school of medicine of new york university; barry g. dale, dmd, facd, assistant clinical professor, department of dentistry, mount sinai school of dental medicine of new york university
about the author
mediocre at best, august 9, 2007 attractive layout, nice diagrams, broad coverage of areas. very poor information. lack of basic info. for example, according to the book, the ideal prep for a pfm is 360 shoulder with bevel. i don’t think anyone would seriously use this. discussion of luting and cements for all ceramics is cursory. in conclusion: there are much better sources out there for the money. steer clear.
ralph e. mcdonald, dds, ms, dean emeritus and professor emeritus of pediatric dentistry david r. avery, dds, msd, ralph e. mcdonald professor and director of pediatric dentistry jeffrey a. dean, dds, msd, associate professor of pediatric dentistry and orthodontics indiana university school of dentistry and james whitcomb riley hospital for children, indianapolis, indiana
one of the most successful textbooks in pediatric dentistry, this expert resource provides superior, comprehensive coverage of oral care for infants, children, teenagers, and medically compromised individuals. thoroughly revised material offers the most up-to-date diagnostic and treatment recommendations based on current research, literature, and clinical experience. now in its 8th edition, this classic text continues to offer in-depth coverage of all areas relevant to the contemporary science and practice of pediatric dentistry.
- discussions of theories related to molecular biology of the eruption of teeth explain problems related to dental eruption and insight into future methods for their resolution.
- incorporates the american cleft palate – craniofacial association guidelines for the most recent advances in treatment of cleft lip and palate.
- follows academy-approved guidelines for the use of anesthetics in the treatment of the child patient as well as outpatient vs. in-patient procedures.
- provides an overview of practice management including patient scheduling, insurance, and third party plans.
- includes dentists’ guide for documenting and reporting child abuse and neglect.
- provides valuable information on cavity varnish, mercury toxicity, and glass ionomer cements.
- provides indications for the use of implants to replace teeth (congenitally missing or lost as a result of trauma) in pediatric patients.
- an updated chapter on nutrition and health shows how food choices and patterns of eating initiated in childhood affect oral health and overall well-being at every stage of life.
- an increased emphasis on the genetic influence of root resorption associated with orthodontic treatment explores this hot topic.
- coverage of new restorative materials examines their use in everyday clinical restorative practice.
- new coverage of tooth whitening for children and its indications responds to the growing popularity of cosmetic tooth whitening for people of all ages.
- an updated radiography chapter provides thorough information on digital radiography in children’s dentistry.
- increased emphasis on early childhood caries and the alternative restorative technique (art) – a technique used to restore defective or carious teeth with minimal cavity preparation followed by placement of a fluoride-releasing material – reflects the american academy of pediatric dentistry’s position on art.
- the chapter on anxiety control and pain/analgesics includes specific dosage recommendations for managing anxious or fearful patients.
- the updated pharmacologic management chapter includes the latest information on sedation techniques in children.
- the updated trauma chapter includes new splinting recommendations for root fractures and the new titanium trauma splint, cross-referenced to the international association of dental traumatology diagnostic and treatment guidelines, and categories for treatment of avulsed teeth.
- a new section on the dental management of patients with sickle cell anemia offers the most current information for treating children with disabilities as well as medically compromised patients.
- revised illustrations help readers see techniques in a modern dental office setting.
the pediatric dental bible, gets better with each edition i have all the editions of this textbook. the authors continue to update all areas of pediatric dentistry. since the speciality of pediatric dentistry is one of primary care, the dentist must continue to be current in all the areas of dental treatment for the child.the chapters in this textbook are well written and cover a multitude of subjects. the dentist who uses it as a reference will be well informed. recommended by the medical library association recommended in “a basic list of recommended books and journals for support of clinical dentistry in a nondental library” in bulletin of the medical library association, july 1997. dentistry for the child and adolescent this has been a great resource for our dentist. she has found it to be very helpful.
declan millett, bdsc dds fdsrcps fdsrcs dorthrcseng morthrcseng
richard welbury, mb bs bds phd fdsrcseng fdsrcps frcpch
i personally like the approach of clinical-case based textbooks and find them much easier to learn from as the information is presented in a realistic situation.
this book is very easy-to-read, its small brief sections of introduction, medical history, and investigations makes for easy, logical reading. the way the text asks and then answers a question is for me an excellent way to learn as it simulates what clinical staff may ask the student in this situation.
the mind maps, i think, are also a particularly good feature of the book and unique in my experience. most people choose to make things like this when they revise anyway so its handy to have the information required all linked together already.
this book is suitable for undergraduate students as it is useful book for general revision (patients invariably will fall into one of the categories covered), viva exams and unseen ‘finals cases’ – many students find this type of book (and especially clinical problem solving by odell) particularly useful as the theories and methods can be applied to a real life case. the book may also be relevant inexperienced clinicians as a reference text.
this is a book i would have never bothered looking at in a bookstore, proving the rule that you should never judge a book by its cover; however, after reading it for this review i can say that is has made orthodontics infinitely more appealing. orthodontics is a subject so baffling that i wouldn’t learn it unless i had to, but here the cases are worked through methodically and logically. i will certainly be recommending this text to other students.
5th year dental student, birmingham
this book should give almost all graduates a good grounding in these important areas!
mr ray reed, consultant orthodontic surgeon, north hampshire hospital, basingstoke, uk
the book is relevant to curricular, certainly from the undergraduate and postgraduate paediatric dentistry perspective.. all the paediatri –this text refers to an alternate paperback edition.
best mfds preparation, 4 may 2009
i’m a dental surgeon and i found the clinical problem solving in orthodontics and pediatric dentistry one of the best books for preparation to mfds exam and i also, prying another copy for my friend who really impressed with the content of the book
the book carry a lot of clinical scenarios and color pictures making the diagnosis and planning treatment very easy and excellent
to all how seek for better knowledge in orthodontic and pediatric cases , those are the most frequent cases you will face
i strongly recommend this book
solid info, 13 nov 2011
i used this book to study for my pediatric dentistry oral.boards…the book gives thorough explanations and great nuggets of clinical information…it really adds to your ability to.identify and diagnose any of the cases you might be presented.
william r. proffit, dds, phd, department of orthodontics, school of dentistry, university of north carolina, chapel hill, nc
raymond p. white, jr., dds, phd, unc chapel hill school of dentistry
david m. sarver, dmd, ms, department of orthodontics, university of north carolina
this new full-color reference and textbook on orthodontics and orthognathic surgery includes the latest content on surgical orthodontic techniques. presenting the most comprehensive and sophisticated information available, it explores the integrated orthodontic and surgical management of patients with dentofacial deformity.
- includes an entire section on diagnosis and treatment planning – with a strong emphasis on the diagnosis of soft tissue problems.
- explains methods for treating certain dentofacial deformities with distraction osteogenesis.
- provides current information on integrated treatment, where the orthodontist, the oral and maxillofacial surgeon, and/or the plastic surgeon work as a team to achieve the ideal result for each patient.
- discusses the newest computer technology for prediction/imaging techniques to view the probable “after” results before treatment ever begins.
- includes up-to-date content on surgical complications and how to manage these problems.
- real-life case studies visually take the reader from pre-treatment to post-treatment for the many techniques taught in the book.
- provides content on adolescent growth and its relation to orthodontic treatment, maturational changes, and the treatment of asymmetric facial deformities with surgery and orthodontics.
- includes colorful cephalometric tracings to illustrate the before-and-after results of surgery.
- pre- and post-surgery cephalometric radiographs show the changes to the structures of the face and jaws.
- full-color images bring the tangible results of orthodontic and oral surgery treatment to life.
about the author
indispensable book for the general dentist, orthodontist, maxillo facial surgeon … very good book, written by renowned authors, as usual a great treatise elsevier.
gurkeerat singh, 8dsmds(ortho), m.orth (rcslondon& rcpsglasgow), fwfo(usa) fpfa(usa) fop fage, professor and head, department of orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics, sudha rustagi college of dental sciences and research, faridabad haryana
- crispian scully cbe, md, phd, mds, mrcs, fdsrcps, ffdrcsi, fdsrcs, frcpath, fmedsci, fhea, fucl, dsc, dchd, dmed (hc), dr hc, professor of oral medicine, pathology and microbiology, university of london
- stephen r flint, jose v bagan, stephen r porter, khursheed f moos
one of the most comprehensive illustrated coverages available of the oral and maxillofacial manifestations of diseases has now been revised and further extended to include problems with newer classes of drugs and systemic diseases.
r. a. cawson md fdsrcs fdsrcps(glas) frcpath emeritus professor of oral medicine and pathology, guy’s, king’s and st thomas’ dental institute, london.
e. w. odell bds fdsrcs msc phd frcpath, reader in oral pathology and oral medicine, guy’s, king’s and st thomas’ dental institute, london.
- utterly indispensible.
- a summary of all aspects of oral med and path, both hard tissue and soft tissue. its catagorized by type of pathology, and subdivided from that into specific lesions. there’s a lot of information on the commoner conditions, although the rarer ones are worth only one sparse paragraph.
- well illustrated with lots of good pictures of pathologies. the section on cysts (which are, after all, the things most likely to come up in exams) is particularly good.
- very useful are the summary tables which list all possible causes of red patches/white patches/radiolucencies/whatever and their distinguishing features. they’re easy to understand, memorize and regurgitate in exams.
- this passed me finals.
- a good overall book which covers everything you need to know in these areas with lots of useful pictures.
university of manchester: paul coulthard, keith horner, philip sloan, elizabeth d. theaker
university of newcastle upon tyne: peter heasman
master destistry is designed as a revision guide for dental students and offers the “curriculum essentials” in an easy-to-digest format. each section is fully illustrated throughout and is supported by extensive self-assessment questions which allow the reader to assess their own knowledge of the topic and perfect their exam techniques. now in colour, this second edition addresses the restorative, paediatric and orthodontics aspects of dentistry and is perfect for both undergraduate students and post-graduates preparing for the mfds or international equivalents.
dental undergraduates and post-graduate students as a revision guide for the mjdf [or international equivalents] or msc
paul coulthard bbs mfgdp mds fdsrcs phd, senior lecturer in oral and maxillofacial surgery, uo manchester
keith horner bchd msc phd fdsrcps frcr ddr, professor of oral and maxillofacial imaging, uo manchester
philip sloan bds phd frcpath frsrcs, professor of oral pathology, uo manchester
elizabeth d. theaker bds bsc msc mpwi, lecturer in oral medicine and senior tutor for undergraduate dental studies
peter heasman bds mds fdsrcps drdrcs phd, professor of periodontology, school of dental sciences, university of newcastle upon tyne
- paperback: 388 pages
- publisher: churchill livingstone (13 jun 2003)
- language english
- isbn-10: 0443061939
- isbn-13: 978-0443061936
- product dimensions: 26.2 x 21 x 2 cm
john a. hobkirk, consultant in restorative dentistry and head of department of prosthetic dentistry, eastman dental institute, london, uk; roger m. watson, emeritus professor of restorative dentistry, guy’s, king’s and st. thomas’s dental institute, kings college, london, uk; and lloyd searson, eastman dental institute, london, uk
roger m. watson and lloyd j. j. searson
this book is intended principally for undergraduate dental students in their final year and dentists taking postgraduate courses. it should also be of interest to professionals complementary to dentistry, seeking an introduction to the subject. the text is not intended to develop skills to the specialist level, but rather to help in preparing for examinations or clinical situations in which basic knowledge of the topic is required.
the text has been arranged in an ordered sequence from an introduction to the subject, through to completion of treatment using implant-stabilized prostheses and the all-important management of problems. since there are a number of clinical situations where it may be advantageous to use dental implants, several of the chapters describe procedures that could be used in different circumstances.
the text is not primarily intended to be read from cover to cover, but rather as a series of discrete chapters, although many build on knowledge acquired in earlier sections. readers may therefore find it helpful to select particular chapters when seeking information on one aspect of implant therapy. consequently, many chapters contain brief resumes of information covered earlier in the book to avoid needless cross-referencing.
the information has been arranged in three ways. firstly, there is the body text, which covers each topic in the intended detail; secondly there are supplemen-tary photographs and diagrams; and finally there are a number of summary lists which are intended to be used by the reader as an aid when preparing for an examination or wishing to use the material in a clinical setting.
the information in this book cannot be faulted and the pictures are of very good quality.” d walmsley, british dental journal, january 2004
textbook is ideal for undergraduate dental students, and any member of the dental team who wants a deeper insight into some of the implant treatment possibilities.” dr waseem noordin, dental practice, september 2003
the book is incredibly well organised, breaking down information into a series of headings and bullet points. this information is also summarised in table form. the text is comprehensive, supported by a wealth of clinical images and schematic illustrations covering all aspects of implant dentistry. the authors have aimed this book at final year dental students, dentists taking postgraduate courses and professionals complementary to dentistry. in laying the book out in discrete chapters in an easy to read style, i think that it will find an enthusiastic audience.” instructor, university of birmingham school of dentistry, dental update, april 2004
- paperback: 224 pages
- publisher: churchill livingstone; 1 edition (october 24, 2003)
- language: english
- isbn-10: 0443071853
- isbn-13: 978-0443071850
- product dimensions: 11.6 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches
- shipping weight: 1.4 pounds
richard h. haug dds, professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery and associate dean for clinical affairs, division of oral and maxillofacial surgery, college of dentistry, university of kentucky, lexington, ky
twice a year, atlas of the oral and maxillofacial surgery clinics of north america provides comprehensive coverage of the latest procedures in oral and maxillofacial surgery using detailed line drawings, photographs, and radiographs. each issue focuses on a single topic in the specialty and is presented under the direction of an experienced guest editor.
note that subscribers to the oral and maxillofacial surgery clinics can subscribe to this atlas at a reduced rate.
march 2002: craniofacial surgery; guest editor: r. haug
september 2002: an atlas of head and neck images, part i; guest editor: r. haug & c. lee
march 2003: an atlas of head and neck images, part ii; guest editors: r. haug & c. lee
september 2003: endoscopy in maxillofacial surgery; guest editor: l.l. cunningham
march 2004: maxillofacial cosmetic surgery, part i; guest editor: j. griffin, jr
september 2004: maxillofacial cosmetic surgery, part ii; guest editor: j. griffin, jr
michael miloro dmd, md diplomate, american board of oral and maxillofacial surgery fellow, american association of oral and maxillofacial surgeons,
peter larsen dds ohio state university ge ghali dds, md, facs louisiana state university
peter waite dds, md, mph university of alabama
(michael miloro is also a member of editorial board, oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral radiology, & endodontics, mosby, inc. ao — asif craniomaxillofacial faculty, ao north america, paoli, pa)
peterson’s principles of oral and maxillofacial surgery, second edition&, encompasses a wide range of diverse topics making it a unique text amongst the medical and dental specialties. the purpose of this concise, easy-to-read two-volume text is to provide an authoritative and currently referenced survey of the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery&#. it contains the necessary information for clinicians and is an ideal reference text for preparation for board certification in the specialty. expansions to the second edition include: anesthesia section to encompass comprehensive patient assessment and management in the peri-anesthetic period osseointegrated implant section to include chapters on soft and hard tissue adjunctive procedures, zygomaticus and novum systems, as well as a section on implant prosthodontics for the surgeon. additions to the second edition include: new chapters on cleft orthodontics and distraction osteogenesis.
eric carlson chairman of do and maxillofacial surgery and director of the oral and maxillofacial surgery residency program at the uo tennessee graduate school of medicine and also director of the head and neck service at the uo tennessee cancer institute.
robert ord chairman of do oral and maxillofacial surgery, uo maryland medical system and head of the oncology section of the do oral & maxillofacial surgery.
textbook and color atlas of salivary gland pathology: diagnosis and management provides its readers with a new, landmark text/atlas of this important discipline within oral and maxillofacial surgery, otolaryngology/head and neck surgery, and general surgery. written by well-established clinicians, educators, and researchers in oral and maxillofacial surgery, this book brings together information on the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of all types of salivary gland pathology. clear and comprehensive, the textbook and color atlas of salivary gland pathology offers complete explanation of all points, supported by a wealth of clinical and surgical illustrations to allow the reader to gain insight into every facet of each pathology and its diagnosis and treatment.
from the back cover
textbook and color atlas of salivary gland pathology: diagnosis and management aims to offer comprehensive coverage of all aspects of this topic. beginning with the embryology, anatomy and physiology of the salivary glands, the first half of the book goes on to discuss radiographic imaging, infections, cystic conditions, sialoadenitis and sialolithiasis, and systemic diseases. the second half of the book is devoted to the classification of salivary gland tumors and devotes individual chapters to the discussion of each type. the book closes with a discussion of the miscellaneous pathologic processes of the salivary gland, including a section on saliva as a diagnostic fluid.the book is intended for a very diverse audience, including academic oral and maxillofacial surgeons, otolaryngologists / head and neck surgeons, general surgeons, as well as residents in these disciplines. private practitioners will want to place this publication on the bookshelves of their offices so as to consult the text/atlas when evaluating a patient with salivary gland pathology.
about the author
the authors are well-established clinicians, educators, and researchers in oral and maxillofacial surgery. they have devoted their careers to the practice of oral and head and neck surgery and serve to educate their national and international audiences on the diagnosis and management of pathologic entities of these areas. their literature in the areas of the diagnosis and management of salivary gland pathology has been widely quoted in the scientific literature.
eric whaites, msc, bds(hons), fdsrcs(edin), fdsrcs(eng), frcr, ddrrcr, senior lecturer and honorary consultant in dental radiology, head of the department of dental radiological imaging, king’s college london dental institute at guy’s, king’s college and st thomas’ hospitals, london, uk
this is a third edition of the dominant textbook in this field, which is used in nearly all dental schools in the uk and in many other countries. covers both radiography (producing the image) and radiology (interpreting the image) and presents the subject in an accessible format. this new edition has been revised in accordance with important new guidelines on radiation protection which came into force in january 2000.
“this book continues to be an excellent publication and one which many people will wish to have on their shelves and in their libraries.” l. brocklebank, british dental journal, january 2003
about the author
richard mclaughlin, bs, dds, orthodontist, clinical professor, department of orthodontics, university of southern california, school of dentistry
john bennett, fds, rcs, orthodontist in private practice, london, uk
hugo trevisi, dds, orthodontist, presidente prudente, brazil
this new, up-to-date resource focuses on correcting malocclusion or misalignment of the teeth using the preadjusted orthodontic appliance, widely accepted as the most reliable and effective appliance in orthodontics. extensively illustrated with line diagrams and color photographs, it serves as a practical manual of clinical procedures for orthodontists with clear coverage of each stage of treatment.
dentists, dental students
this richly illustrated book is a practical guide for use of preadjusted appliances. the book is written by authors that are extremely well known on this field. in short: this is an exceptional and very practical guide with clinical procedures written by bestselling authors. a must!” practicing dentist, mailing sent out in belgium and holland, march 2003
about the author
dr. richard mclaughlin d.d.s. is one of the orthodontic industry’s foremost instructors on advanced treatment using the pre-adjusted appliance. he established his still-thriving orthodontic practice shortly after graduating from the orthodontics program at the university of southern california. he continues to treat patients in his san diego office, and maintains an international lecturing and teaching schedule. dr. mclaughlin is a diplomate of the american board of orthodontics, a member of the pacific coast society of orthodontists and american association of orthodontists, and was recently honored with the american board’s dale b. wade award. he is the southern california component director of the edward h. angle society of orthodontists, a clinical professor at usc’s department of orthodontics, and an associate professor at st. louis university, department of orthodontics. he has written more than 30 journal articles, and co-authored 4 textbooks.
ravindra nanda, bds, mds, phd, professor and head, department of craniofacial sciences; chair, division of orthodontics, school of dental medicine, university of connecticut health center, farmington, ct
sunil kapila, bds, ms, phd, department of orthodontics and pediatric dentistry, school of dentistry, the university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
stay up-to-date on current topics and treatments with this exciting new text! current therapy in orthodontics addresses the evolving science of orthodontics as it relates to optimal patient therapy and care. world-renowned authors and contributors walk you through diagnosis and treatment planning, the management of sagittal and vertical discrepancies, the management of adult and complex cases, and the application of biomedicine in orthodontic treatment. you’ll find discussions on such topics as patient compliance, sleep apnea, the importance of proper bracket selection and placement, how the periodontal condition impacts treatment in the adult patient, and the use of temporary anchorage devices. this comprehensive text is the must-have modern reference for both orthodontic and dental practice.
- lead authors dr. ravindra nanda and dr. sunil kapila are well respected and widely known in the field of orthodontics.
- a diverse pool of contributors lends credibility and experience to each topic discussed.
- part 3: management of adult and complex cases concentrates on the treatment of adult patients and the problems and issues specific to them.
- full-color photographs and drawings clarify important concepts and techniques and show treatment progress from beginning to end.
- references cited in the text appear at the end of each chapter
- contents of the book described shortly by the title of the book ‘current therapy in orthodontics’. it’s totally true! current concepts are written by the authors who are experts of their field. almost every chapter is interesting. this book was added to me an ability to look from different perspectives for my patients. it’s worth every penny you pay.
- indispensable book for the general dentist, orthodontist, maxillo facial surgeon … very good book, written by renowned authors, as usual a great treatise elsevier.
jong suk, ph.d. lee,
jung kook, ph.d. kim,
robert l. vanarsdall
prevention of undesirable tooth movement in both arches is now possible through the use of orthodontic mini-implants. this relatively new treatment concept has expanded the envelope of orthodontic treatment, offering an alternative to orthognathic surgery (particularly in the vertical dimension) and allowing asymmetric tooth movement in three planes of space. this textbook describes precise conditions and techniques for clinical application of orthodontic mini-implants. the first half presents biologic principles, design, and function of mini-implants, and the second half addresses surgical procedures for placement and the mechanotherapy specific to various types of predictable tooth movement. recommended for all orthodontists, periodontists, oral surgeons, and students who have been seeking better treatment results. contents
- evolution of the orthodontic mini implant
- fundamentals of skeletal anchorage
- design and function of new, screw-type orthodontic mini implants
- treatment planning
- surgical procedures
- mechanics and limitations
- treatment based on a new paradigm
- anterior-posterior control
- vertical control
- transverse control
- preprosthodontic orthodontic treatment and minor tooth movement
“this book is mandatory reading for all periodontists, surgeons and orthodontists who use or want to use the new technology called orthodontic miniscrew implants, also known as temporary anchorage devices or tads. this technology is full of promise, but has often delivered disappointment. many remedies are given in this book, which contains a complete knowledgebase up to 2007 on orthodontic mini-implants.”
“…this book is an exquisitely designed and illustrated assistant to the use of the new orthodontic mini-implant technology. it is a timely arrival because the technology is new and poorly understood by many in the profession. the technology promises good things, but unfortunately it has instead delivered much frustration to its users. thankfully, remedies to many of the problems are given in this book. the book has two basic themes. the first is the biological, mechanical theory and material design concepts, which are based on considerable scientific and engineering knowledge. the second theme is the practical and clinical application of this knowledge. there are many high quality, detailed and annotated sketches and clinical photographs. it is also the best book on mechanotherapy i have read…”
reviewed by geoff wexler
australian orthodontic journal
operative maxillofacial surgery was first published in 1998, and within a very short period it became the standard text for trainees in oral and maxillofacial surgery preparing for their exit examinations. for this second edition, the contents have been extensively revised not only to include all aspects of oral surgery, but also to reflect the changes in maxillofacial practice that have occurred since 1998. in particular, the role of osseointegrated implants, the management of craniofacial trauma, and facial aesthetic surgery including “cosmetic” surgery and bone distraction have all moved on since the first edition was written. the editors have made a careful selection of contributors representing current practice from throughout the world including continental europe, the united states, asia, and australia.
operative oral and maxillofacial surgery represents international best practice in the specialty. each chapter has been written by an internationally recognized expert and represents a “how i do it” master class. it is illustrated with clear line diagrams supplemented where appropriate with clinical photographs showing the essential steps in all the surgical procedures in current clinical practice. authors have kept to a standard template, ensuring a minimum of discussion and an emphasis on surgical technique.
operative oral and maxillofacial surgery will appeal to to trainees, young specialists, and established experts, not only in oral and maxillofacial surgery, but also in the related subspecialties of otorhinolaryngology and plastic surgery.
‘this exhaustively updated and re-written second edition of the classic textbook on operative oral and maxillofacial surgery has been a long time in the making, but does not disappoint… the editors have done a remarkable job of covering the spectrum of oral and maxillofacial surgery practice in the widest sense’. — british association of oral and maxillofacial surgeons trainee group web forum 20110101
about the author
if you dont this book (surprise) you miss nothing at all !!!
im a third year resident , expected this book to have at the least descent coverage of the core topics in the feild . trauma, orthognathic ,pathology and implant but it doesnt . it fails achieving its title as operative book. its kind mixed text plus less than adequate coverage of technique ,not mentioning the poor operative comments .
major interesting procedure like bsso or mandible orif barely there in the book .
it has a big portion on free flaps , which is covered way better in plastic literature available already.
beside that it has the worst writing and presentation style among the respectable books like peterson’s , fonseca or peter booth.
one more thing is the high price for such a book . just compare it to fonseca with its great 3 volume and more than triple excellent and updated content . close in price , but definitely not in originality .
i advise the publisher to offer a refund to whomever own this lousy book ,starting with me!!!!
william proffit, dds, phd, department of orthodontics, school of dentistry, university of north carolina, chapel hill, nc
henry fields, dds, ms, msd, professor, orthodontics, dean, college of dentistry, the ohio state university, columbus, oh
now in full color, contemporary orthodontics, 4th edition is a practical resource with a long tradition of excellence. line drawings and more than 1,000 new color images illustrate concepts more clearly than ever. this book includes detailed information on diagnosis, treatment planning concepts, related problems or controversies, and current treatment procedures, including the role of orthodontics in comprehensive treatment of patients with multiple problems.
- a new full-color design includes a total of more than 1,400 clinical photographs and illustrations.
- application of the “soft tissue paradigm” to modern orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning.
- critical evaluation of controversies in treatment approaches and treatment timing.
- new information on the use of cone beam ct for 3-dimensional evaluation of dental and facial dimensions and relationships, and 3-d superimpositions to evaluate treatment response.
- problem-oriented treatment planning, with use of digital technology to develop a database that can feed through to the treatment plan.
- updated content on biomechanics to help you plan efficient use of modern orthodontic appliance systems.
- new skeletal anchorage techniques using bone anchors and mini screws.
- chapters on adult treatment featuring the sequencing of multidisciplinary treatment, the new approach to lingual orthodontics, and a discussion of surgical vs. orthodontic treatment options.
new to this edition
- full-color design includes hundreds of clinical photographs and illustrations with brighter, more engaging text and more demonstrative figures.
- diagnosis and treatment planning chapters are revised to consider new paradigms to teach students and orthodontists how to apply the results of current research to their practice and treatment plans.
- current technologies and advances in contemporary treatment provide clinicians with ways to make treatment planning and execution more efficient.
- updated content on biomechanics gives clinicians ways to plan appropriate orthodontic appliance systems through which mechanotherapy is delivered using principles of forces.
- updated information on mechanical devices, such as transplants, transpositions, implants, and temporary anchorage using mini screws, provide an understanding on how these devices can affect orthodontic treatment and what is available on the market to improve treatment outcomes.
- appliance chapters have been condensed to reflect only the most useful and contemporary materials.
- chapters on treatment for adults have been rewritten to include new concepts in periodontics and new clinical cases with predictions and outcomes and discussion of surgical vs. orthodontic treatment options.
- early treatment chapters have been consolidated and new research included in the reorganization of content to make it consistent with the best data available in the literature.
- every section of the book begins with a “section opener” to outline the main concepts discussed in that section.
- “largely because of the improved layout and especially the wealth of colour illustrations, the book is much improved and easier to read. it also contains an excellent and very comprehensive 33-page index.”
(bdanews, ‘book of the month’, vol 20 no 10, october 2007)
- by william r. proffit, dds, phd, department of orthodontics, school of dentistry, university of north carolina, chapel hill, nc; henry w. fields, jr., dds, ms, msd, professor, orthodontics, dean, college of dentistry, the ohio state university, columbus, oh; and david m. sarver, dmd, ms, adjunct professor, university of north carolina, chapel hill, nc; private practice, birmingham, al
- hardcover: 768 pages
- publisher: mosby; 4 edition (january 5, 2007)
- language: english
- isbn-10: 0323046134
- isbn-13: 978-0323046138
- product dimensions: 11.5 x 9.2 x 1.8 inches