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Finance for the Terrified

A practical guide to dental finances, aimed at the dental practitioner juggling the running of a business with managing the clinical treatment of patients. Learn how to plan more effectively, take control of your financial future and ensure your long term security.

143 x 210mm
£25.00

Further Statistics in Dentistry

A supplement and companion to Statistics in Dentistry, this book examines the application of statistics in relation to research design, the interpretation of results and the validity of resulting claims made.

152 pages, paperback, 143 x 210mm
£25.00

Oral Medicine – Update for the Dental Practitioner

Oral Medicine – Update for the Dental Practitioner provides the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical team caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice, approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed, including a brief overview of the aetiology, detail on the clinical features and how the diagnosis is made. Guidance on management and when to refer is also provided, along with relevant websites which off er further detail.

80 pages, paperback, A4
£50.00

Statistics in Dentistry

A guide for dental and medical professionals who require a good understanding of statistical methods. Written and designed to aid in understanding and appraising papers or reports that include statistical analyses and to assist in carrying out analysis of your own data.

140 pages, paperback, 143 x 210mm
£25.00

The Patient Centred Dental Practice

Taking its lead from the concept of delivering oral care using a team approach, this book considers how the whole team can contribute to providing the very best care and support to each and every patient. In its practical approach to the subject, the book identifies methods in which feedback from patients can best be gathered and the ways in which it can be advantageously utilised. A whole chapter is devoted to how complaints can be handled, both to retain satisfied patients and also to drive up standards.

80 pages, paperback
£25.00

The Psychology of Dental Patient Care

Drawing on the latest research, this book offers a practical, jargon-free overview of the dentist-patient relationship, with the aim of creating greater job satisfaction for the dentist as well as the provision of better dental care. The book reinforces that pragmatic approach but adds the advantages of understanding and applying practical psychological strategies to improve and underpin it. The central theme of the book is that dental health care is a two-person endeavour rather than something that one person does to another.

106 pages, paperback, 138 x 215mm
£25.00