Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry

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Oxford University Press, Jul 30, 2009 - Medical - 800 pages
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The new edition of this best-selling pocket guide covers the whole of clinical dentistry in a concise format. The authors have distilled the essentials of clinical practice into a readily accessible style with blank spaces provided for readers to add their own notes. This edition has been completely revised with a wealth of new information plus a complete revision of the Restorative Dentistry and Periodontology chapters by a new contributor, more diagrams (now in colour) and more colour clinical pictures. New material has been included on recent restorative techniques; practice management; the latest developments in therapeutics; orthodontics; paediatric dentistry; life support algorithms, bisphosphonates and dentistry; plus an expanded section of useful websites. This new edition is now in full colour throughout, with more images and many new diagrams.
  

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Contents

1 History and examination
1
2 Preventive and community dentistry
23
3 Paediatric dentistry
53
4 Orthodontics
119
5 Periodontology
173
6 Restorative dentistry
217
7 Prosthetics and gerodontology
293
8 Oral surgery
339
12 Therapeutics
557
13 Analgesia anaesthesia and sedation
581
14 Dental materials
605
15 Law and ethics
647
16 Professionalism and communication
667
17 Practice management
691
18 Syndromes of the head and neck
725
19 Useful information and addresses
733

9 Oral medicine
395
10 Maxillofacial surgery
451
11 Medicine relevant to dentistry
489

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Laura Mitchell qualified in Dundee in 1981. After completing junior hospital posts, she specialised in Orthodontics. Whilst undertaking speciality training, she co-authored the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry with David Mitchell. This book is now has sold in excess of 75,000 copies and is published in 9 languages. She is also author of An Introduction to Orthodontics (third edition). Laura was appointed Consultant Orthodontist in Middlesbrough in 1992, then moved to St Lukes's Hospital in Bradford. Honorary Senior Lecturer at Leeds Dental Institute, she is an active clinician, teacher, and nominated cleft orthodontist for a population of nearly 1 million. She is currently, a Member of the Board of the Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Chair of the Faculty's IT Committee, Chairman of the Boards of the Intercollegiate Speciality Fellowship in Orthodontics; the Diploma in Orthodontic Therapy and Diploma in Primary Care Orthodontics examinations.
David Mitchell is qualified in dentistry and medicine, and from 1981 to 1998 he trained in dental, general, and oral & maxillofacial surgery. From 1998, he worked as Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, building a District General Hospital department and regional specialist practice in maxillofacial oncology and reconstruction. Achievements include 5 editions of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry, over 100 publications, and a decade on the editorial board of the British Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. A member of the FDS education committee, he is an 'Advanced Trauma Life Support' and 'Training the Trainers' Instructor and created a well established regional hospital induction course for dentists wishing to work in the general hospital environment. An elected council member of the British Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, David is co-chair of an international flap raising and microvascular course and has teaching links in Europe, the US and the Middle East.

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