A concise and straightforward guide to the principles and
practice of periodontology. Fully illustrated with clinical
photographs, techniques and graphics, this clinical guide
will be of interest to practising dentists, students and
This new, completely revised, third edition includes updates
on many areas of this fast-changing subject, such as the
relationship between periodontal and systemic disease,
regenerative periodontal treatments, communication
Nevertheless, it remains a practically-based book off ering
a concise and straightforward guide to the principles and
practice of periodontology.
Copiously illustrated throughout with full colour photographs.
This book continues to provide readers
with the essential information required to
ensure a firm understanding of the subject
of periodontology from both a basic
science and clinical perspective. Authored
by experts of international renown, this
book is suitable for dental students as well
as practitioners with an interest in oral
medicine. Includes ebook.
This book provides readers with an
easy-to-use tool to assimilate the key
information about periodontics by
illustrating each topic with a doublepage
spread that encapsulates essential
knowledge. Clear diagrams and clinical
pictures are accompanied by succinct
text, providing a highly visual format to
facilitate ease of learning.
Covering the essentials of periodontics in an accessible, easy-to-read manner, Practical Periodontics examines all aspects of the discipline ranging from aetiology through to diagnosis, treatment planning and clinical management.
Richly illustrated and in full colour throughout, this brand new volume – which comes with an ASSOCIATED WEBSITE containing videos, self-assessment questions and case studies - will be ideal for all undergraduate students of dentistry, oral hygiene and therapy as well as practicing clinicians.
Page count: 376
This handbook has been designed for practicing dental clinicians and students, which includes dental hygienists, general dentists, periodontists, and students of dental hygiene and dentistry who are responsible for treating patients with a broad spectrum of periodontal diseases.
The book will enable practicing clinicians and students to successfully meet the challenge of excellent patient care, by providing , in a concise and simplified format, both classic and contemporary practical measures that address all aspects of non-surgical periodontal disease management.
Readers are carefully guided through an extensive body of accumulated knowledge in eight broad chapters which includes: the patient’s involvement in disease control and prevention, the clinician’s instrumentation for the diagnosis and basic treatment of gingivitis/periodontitis along with pharmacotherapeutics and supportive maintenance therapy to ensure long-term success.
Numerous illustrations help to bring the presented ideas and suggestions to life and the succinct nature of the text will allow readers to transfer useful information quickly to their own clinical settings.