Oxford University Press, Sep 1, 2005 - Medical - 443 pages
The third edition of this comprehensive text is supplemented by over 350 high-quality colour illustrations ensuring that Paediatric Dentistry is an essential textbook for both theoretical knowledge and the practice of clinical paediatric dentistry. This user-friendly, accessible new edition includes contributions from a number of new dental schools and practitioners using an approach which reflects modern trends within the specialty. Extensive use of bullet lists, keylearning points, advice on further reading as well as space for the reader to make notes ensures that key information can be quickly absorbed.The inclusion of two new editors and several new contributors ensures that the third edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. The restorative section has been remodelled. There are now separate chapters on the operative care of the primary and permanent dentitions and coverage of endodontics has now been incorporated into these chapters. There is increased coverage of risk assessment and treatment planning; and recent developments in caries diagnosis and fluoride delivery systems areincluded.The new edition will continue to be an invaluable text for every undergraduate dental student and represents an ideal reference point for further in-depth reading for the specialist practitioner.
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Introduction to the dental surgery 2
History examination risk assessment and treatment planning
Pharmacological management of pain and anxiety
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