This clinical guide is a much anticipated addition to the series as
oral surgery plays such an important role in daily dental practice.
The book includes chapters on basic surgical principles, exodontia,
third molar surgery, and comprehensive coverage of everyday
considerations and problems in this vital subject area.
Available in a sturdy and attractive hardback format.
This is the second of a two-volume textbook on oral surgery in the BDJ Clinical Guide Series. Aiming to provide an evidence-based practical and pragmatic guide to dentoalveolar surgery, this volume contains advice on minimising complications and optimising patient care.
Written with the general dental practitioner and undergraduate student in mind, the book will also be of value to specialist trainees and to more senior colleagues interested in clinical updates. Both authors have many years of experience in oral surgery enabling them and their contributors, to bring a wealth of practical knowledge to this important aspect of patient care.
This edition has a new organisation both by disease
group and by anatomical region (including new
material on the neck); it is also a practical guide
to diagnosis and management, with guides to the
drugs used in management and to possible oral
and maxillofacial adverse effects of drugs used in
treatment. The use of colour illustration, tables and
lists throughout enables the best presentation of
A comprehensive reference work for
all trainees and specialists in oral and
maxillofacial surgery, oral surgery and
surgical dentistry. This landmark new
resource draws together current research,
practice and developments in the field, as
expressed by world authorities. The book’s
aim is to cover the full scope of oral and
maxillofacial surgery, incorporating recent
technical and biological developments
within the specialty.
This is one of the best-established
introductory texts for students of dentistry
and oral and maxillofacial surgery. It
covers each of the basic tenets of the
specialty, from patient management
to anxiety and pain control, to implant
dentistry and maxillofacial trauma.