Principles of Oral Surgery

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Manchester University Press, 1981 - Dentistry, Operative - 256 pages
Principles and techniques fundamental to the specialty as taught in most British and Commonwealth dental schools. Distributed by St. Martin's. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

The new patient
1
General patient management
8
Problems relating to certain systemic conditions
20
Emergencies in oral surgery
33
Prescribing for certain common conditions or needs in oral surgery
41
The operating room instruments and the surgical team
50
Surgical principles and technique
61
Extraction of teeth and roots
77
Treatment of surgical infections about the face
147
Treatment of cysts of the mouth
163
Treatment of fractured jaws
175
Considerations in the treatment of tumours of the mouth
208
Treatment of surgical conditions of the salivary glands J M Symington
221
Surgery of the temporomandibular joint P S Rothwell
228
Occlusal and facial disharmony
240
Appendix
251

Extraction of unerupted teeth
96
Complications of tooth extraction
116
Preparation of the mouth for dentures J W Frame
132

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