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 second edition capitalises on the book’s
position as the major scientific treatise in
the field. It addresses the scientific basis of
endodontology rather than majoring on
didactic methods of treatment. The second
edition adopts a strengthened approach
to the systematic analysis of the available
clinical and laboratory evidence.
This new edition has been revised to cover
recent developments in the specialty.
Offering the latest information in an
easy-to-read, practical format, the book
provides comprehensive coverage of the
subject at a level which is ideal for the
dental student, general dental practitioner
and those embarking on continuing
education courses. Includes ebook.
The definitive endodontics reference,
Cohen's Pathways of the Pulp is known
for its comprehensive coverage of
leading-edge information, materials
and techniques. It examines all aspects
of endodontic care, from preparing the
clinician and patient for treatment to
the role the endodontist can play in the
treatment of traumatic injuries.
This second edition continues the aim of
serving the educational needs of dental
students and dental practitioners searching
for updates on endodontic theories and
techniques. Significantly restructured
and completely updated, the new edition
aims to facilitate ease of learning through
pedagogical features such as annotated
references, core concepts and key literature