The Orthodontic Patient Treatment and Biomechanics

Written specifically for dental students, this book covers the various types of orthodontic appliance, their design and their mode of action, including information on orthodontic materials and their iatrogenic eff ects. It presents case studies on a variety of orthodontic challenges and describes multidisciplinary treatments.

352 pages, paperback, 172 x 244 mm
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ISBN: 9780198510482
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£43.99
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Author A J Ireland
Author F McDonald
Publisher OUP
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