The step-by-step course companion for
dental nurses studying for the Certificate
in Oral Health Education. In addition,
it is an invaluable resource for other
members of the dental team and health
professionals involved in educating and
promoting oral health to patients and the
wider general public.
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.
Due to advancements in material science, dental materials
are constantly changing and new materials are being
introduced. Practitioners therefore need to ensure that
they are aware of such developments to be able to
consider the potential use of new materials.
Now in its fourth edition, this textbook presents dental
material science in an accessible, easy-to-read format.
Rich with line artworks, 'pull-out' boxes and ample use of
photographs and tables, Introduction to Dental Materials
covers the basic science, clinical dental materials and
laboratory materials used in the construction of fixed and
Oral Medicine – Update for the Dental Practitioner provides
the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical team
caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in
general dental practice, approaching the subject mainly by the
The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed,
including a brief overview of the aetiology, detail on the
clinical features and how the diagnosis is made. Guidance on
management and when to refer is also provided, along with
relevant websites which off er further detail.
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.