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Handbook of Oral Diseases for Medical Practice

The Handbook of Oral Diseases for Medical Practice, part of the Oxford Clinical Practice Series, is a comprehensive handbook for medical students, medical practitioners and other healthcare providers. The handbook has contributions from several international experts and adopts symptom- and disease-oriented approaches. It covers a wide range of topics, such as orofacial pain syndromes, common tooth- and gum-related diseases, oral mucosal white patches, blisters, ulcers, wart-like lesions and soft tissue lumps and swellings, dental trauma, oral soft and hard tissue infections, jaw cysts, tumours and tumour-like lesions, oral health in pregnancy, oral manifestations of systemic diseases including HIV/AIDS, dental sleep medicine and potentially malignant and life-threatening malignant oral lesions. The book is supplemented with more than 150 clinical images. It is designed in a bulleted format for a quick and easy reference, and each clinical condition is organised into definition, cause, clinical features, diagnoses and management.
£41.99

McCracken's Removable Partial Prosthodontics

The standard in prosthodontics for nearly 50 years, McCracken's Removable Partial Prosthodontics, 13th Edition walks readers through all the principles and concepts surrounding removable partial denture treatment planning and design that today’s practitioners need to know. Using an evidence-based approach, this full-colour text incorporates the latest information on new techniques, procedures, and equipment, including expanded information on dynamic communication and the use of implants with removable partial dentures. From initial contact with the patient to post-treatment care, McCracken’s is the complete foundation today’s dentists need to successfully practice prosthodontic care
£92.99

A Clinical Guide to Endodontics, 4th edition

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.

112 pages, hardback, A4
£70.00

A Clinical Guide to Implants, 2nd edition

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 treatment options.

96 pages, paperback, A4
£60.00

A Clinical Guide to Lasers in Dentistry

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.

88 pages, paperback, A4
£60.00

A Clinical Guide to Occlusion

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.

114 pages, paperback, A4
£60.00