The aim of this clinical guide is to guide practitioners through the
everyday treatment of teeth with endodontic problems. The book
takes the reader through not only the basics of the subject, but
also the ‘dos’ and don’ts’ of particular situations such as endodontic
problems and emergencies.
This clinical guide provides a thorough
introduction to the subject of implants
as well as giving the reader a sense
of the value to patient care that can
be achieved, together with a wide
appreciation of treatment planning, the
various stages of treatment and how
implant dentistry compares with other
This clinical guide provides the reader
with an introduction to lasers in general
before outlining their many uses in
dentistry. Practical guidance is given, fully
supported by excellent clinical images to
provide both a useful manual and well as
an authoratitive reference.
A working guide for the practising
dentist covering an important but often
confusing subject. Exploring the role of
occlusion in dental practice, the authors
build evidence from practice-based
research to describe a philosophy based
on contemporary good practice.
This book provides a succinct text on the contemporary
approach to oral diagnosis and treatment planning for general
dental practitioners and dental students.
A successful dental treatment plan should meet the biological,
functional and aesthetic needs and realistic expectations of
the patient, and the planning process should be both problem and
evidence-based. Oral diagnostic equipment and dental
treatment procedures continue to evolve and those occupying
most of the treatment time and providing most of the income in
general practices are fully described and explored.
Available in a sturdy and attractive hardback format.
A major revision of this well-respected book, this clinical guide
has been completely rewritten to reflect important changes that
have occurred since the publication of the second edition.
Information on specifi c drugs recommended for use in the
treatment has been increased to include details of dosage
and frequency and three new chapters have also been added,
covering aspects of prescribing, adverse drug reactions and oral
medicine at extremes of age.
Many of the original illustrations have been replaced to show the
clinical conditions even more clearly than before.
Now available in a sturdy and attractive hardback format.