Clinical Guide to Periodontics
Presents accepted basic principles and techniques for the management of periodontal diseases and the specific instructions for the correct execution of the procedures likely to be performed in the office of a general practitioner. Coverage includes periodontal diseases, history-taking, examination, scaling and root planing and temporary splinting. Also included is a quick-reference table for the management of the medically compromised patient.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Current Concepts of the Periodontal Diseases
Classification of Periodontal Diseases
Periodontal Diseases in Children and Adolescents
23 other sections not shown
alveolar bone alveolar bone loss alveolar crest angle antibiotic apical arch attachment level bacteria blade bleeding on probing bone loss brush buccal caries cementoenamel junction cementum Chapter clinician crevice crown curet defect dental dentist drugs edge Effect on Periodontal endodontic evaluation examination Figure finger flap floss fracture furcation involvements gingival enlargement gingival inflammation gingival margin gingival sulcus graft horizontal incision infection instrument interproximal keratinized lesion lingual mandibular maxillary ment mesial molar mouth mouthrinses mucogingival mucogingival junction oral hygiene osseous palatal papilla patient peri periodontal disease periodontal ligament periodontal probe periodontal surgery periodontal therapy PERIODONTAL TISSUES periodontal treatment periodontist Periodontology plaque control posterior teeth probing depth problems procedure prognosis proximal radiographs removal resorption restorative root planing root surface scaling and root sharpened soft tissue splint stroke subgingival Suggested Readings sulcus supragingival surgical technique tetracycline tion tooth mobility treatment plan ulcerative universal curet usually vertical