manual of minor oral surgery for the general dentist

by

karl r. koerner, bs, dds, ms, past president of utah dental association, utah academy of general dentistry past president

book description

the manual of minor oral surgery for the general dentist provides a clear and thorough practical guide to performing the common surgical procedures encountered in dental offices on a day-to-day basis. building on a sound basis of the proper protocols and appropriate standards of care, the book approaches each procedure through detailed, step-by-step description and illustration. richly illustrated with clinical photography, the manual of minor oral surgery offers dentists an indispensable tool to carry out their everyday work, as well as providing information on more advanced procedures for those experienced dentists wishing to develop professionally.

the manual of minor oral surgery focuses on difficult extractions, including third molar impactions as well as covering other common surgeries, such as apicos, surgical crown lengthening, pre-prosthetic surgery, and biopsies. a section on supportive aspects of surgery addresses medical histories, management of infection and bleeding, and oral sedation. it contains medico-legal recommendations and safety requirements needed in today’s busy general practice. finally, there is also a chapter on organizing and conducting humanitarian dental trips to third world countries.

key features:

  • fully illustrated with step-by-step clinical photography
  • demonstrates everyday procedures as well as more advanced surgery
  • designed specifically for the general dental practice
  • provides patient management guidelines and appropriate safety protocols

editorial reviews

review

“(this book) contains much universal and valuable information for all gdps irrespective of the country in which they practise.
the chapters on surgical extractions, surgical management of impacted third molar teeth and pre-prosthetic oral surgery would be useful for pre-finals undergraduates, newly qualified dentists and dentists wanting to revise their techniques as part of their general continuing professional development (cpd) requirements.”
bdanews, december 2006

product details

  • paperback: 320 pages
  • publisher: wiley-blackwell; 1 edition (july 1, 2006)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0813805597
  • isbn-13: 978-0813805597
  • product dimensions: 10.1 x 7 x 0.6 inches
  • shipping weight: 1.8 pounds

pickards manual of operative dentistry 8th edition

by

edwina a. m. kidd, professor of cariology;
bernard g. n. smith, professor of conservative dentistry;
timothy f. watson, professor of microscopy in relation to restorative dentistry;
guy’s, king’s, and st thomas’ dental institute king’s college, london, uk

book description

the new edition of this bestselling dental textbook has been thoroughly updated to keep abreast of current knowledge of the disease processes, and the role of operative dentistry in their management. the book describes, clearly and concisely, the indications and methods for many common operative and conservative procedures in dental practice. procedures and techniques are illustrated in full colour, and where appropriate, step-by-step sequences are given. its popularity lies in the fact that it doubles as an atlas, and the text is clear and accessible. the new co-author, tim watson, is well known as an expert in adhesive dentistry. a new chapter has been added on adhesion and adhesive restorations, since these are now the first choice for primary lesions for all surfaces and all teeth in the mouth. amalgam is still thoroughly described, but bonding techniques are now included with a shift away from pins where retention is a problem. the diagnosis of failed restorations has been updated in the light of new research and techniques for refurbishment and repair of restorations are advocated where appropriate. as in previous editions, the approach is disease and prevention orientated, is problem based and the changes have a research evidence-base.

editorial reviews

review

from reviews of the seventh edition:
`it is a book of perspectives and of context, and to the author’s credit. it presents these quite well… broader than most dental texts in its perspective, and shorter than almost all other operative texts in its length, this edition of pickard’s manual is a very readable collection of treatment guidelines for operative dentistry.’ canadian dental association journal
`it is primarily aimed at the undergraduate, but it can be recommended to practitioners who over the years have slipped into a routine based on how they were taught twenty or more years ago… this is a well illustrated, well set out and easy to read manual which can be recommended to undergraduates and not-so-new graduates alike.’ australian dental journal

about the author

professor edwina kidd is professor of cariology in the division of conservative dentistry at guy’s, king’s and st thomas’ schools of medicine, dentistry & biomedical sciences, london professor bernard smith is professor of conservative dentistry in the department of restorative dentistry at guy’s, king’s and st thomas’ schools of medicine, dentistry & biomedical sciences, london professor tim watson is professor of microscopy in relation to restorative dentistry at guy’s, king’s and st thomas’ schools of medicine, dentistry & biomedical sciences, london

customer reviews

pickard’s manual of operative dentistry, may 21, 2009

it is a classical good book to operative dentistry. although professor pickard passed away, his book can keep “eigth edition”. i just read the first part of it only but i will keep on finishing it. i’m just the ninth edition. much more concise! it’s just irresistable to have a look of it and collect of it. waiting for the new edition, too.


product details

  • paperback: 224 pages
  • publisher: oxford university press, usa; 8 edition (october 16, 2003)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0198509286
  • isbn-13: 978-0198509288
  • product dimensions: 10.7 x 8.6 x 0.6 inches
  • shipping weight: 1.6 pounds

practical advanced periodontal surgery

by

serge dibart, clinical director of the periodontal residency program, goldman school of graduate dentistry, boston university.

book description

practical advanced periodontal surgery offers a step-by-step guide to cutting-edge surgical techniques as well as interdisciplinary treatment approaches in periodontology. it details procedures in a practical, succinct, thorough and accessible way, profiling more complex and advanced procedures, through a user-friendly and highly visual format. by presenting an innovative approach to each treatment modality, practical advanced periodontal surgery provides predictable solutions to complex daily dental challenges.
practical advanced periodontal surgery explores the expanding scope of periodontics, equipping the reader with a clear understanding of the techniques involved and the rationale needed to comprehend their context. the book concentrates on some of the more challenging and advanced surgical aspects of periodontology, profiling procedures as they relate to other disciplines, such as orthodontics, restorative and implant dentistry, oral medicine, and also other new and innovative approaches, such as implant papillary reconstruction and sinus augmentation through tissue engineering.a truly unique book that presents vital new information on a range of complex topics in a concise and reader-friendly format, this will be an essential addition to the library of practicing or studying periodontists, as well as clinicians and students of other areas of dentistry.

editorial reviews

review

“this text is unique, practical and reader friendly…i would recommend it as essential reading, especially for trainee periodontists.” british dental journal

product details

  • paperback: 178 pages
  • publisher: wiley-blackwell; 1 edition (november 27, 2007)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0813809576
  • isbn-13: 978-0813809571
  • product dimensions: 11.1 x 8.8 x 0.7 inches
  • shipping weight: 1.8 pounds

periodontal surgery a clinical atlas

by

naoshi sato, dds, private practice in yusawashi, akitaken, japan

book description

this atlas explores the multitude of options inperiodontal surgery while emphasizing regenerative procedures. many detailed clinical cases demonstrate therapeutic outcomes over time. additionally, practical clinical tips and summary tables are provided throughout the book.

customer reviews

periodontal surgery: a clinical atlas, july 27, 2005

the volume arrived in perfect condition. the large and well-spaced format promised clear illustration and sequencing of procedures, which was mostly,but not always, the case. a number of procedures had quite complex suturing involved, which was only shown when completed, not during the suturing, and this i found quite a let down.

overall, the atlas describes, with the aid of great photographs, a variety of periodontal surgical procedures, but does not always provide the desired detail in all aspects of the procedure.

product details

  • hardcover: 447 pages
  • publisher: quintessence pub co; 1 edition (october 2000)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0867153776
  • isbn-13: 978-0867153774
  • product dimensions: 12.7 x 9.4 x 1.6 inches
  • shipping weight: 6.9 pounds

principles of operative dentistry

by

alison j.e. qualtrough, bchd msc phd fds mrdrcs, senior lecturer/honorary consultant in restorative dentistry, school of dentistry, uo manchester;
julian d. satterthwaite, bds msc mfds fdsrcs, lecturer in restorative dentistry, school of dentistry, uo manchester;
leean a. morrow, bds(hons) mphil fds fds(rest dent) rcs, consultant in restorative dentistry, the leeds teaching hospitals;
paul a. brunton, bchd msc phd fds fds(rest dent) rcs, professor/honorary consultant in restorative dentistry, leeds dental institute, university of leeds;

book description

dental students are faced with an array of operative procedures; understanding and the development of competence in their use is demanding. this text aims to detail and justify the basic principles involved in operative procedures with the intention of reinforcing understanding and improving clinical skills. direct and indirect restorations and endodontic procedures are addressed.
not only for the student, this book is also designed as a source of reference for all practitioners who carry out restorative dentistry and are faced with the introduction of new materials and techniques. referral to this text and evidence-based practice will assist the clinician in the appropriate selection of newer approaches to the delivery of modern day care.

editorial reviews

review

“[this textbook] contains a large chunk of endodontics. it is not, though, confined to root canal therapy as this book is all about the various types of operative or conservative dentistry…the procedures described within the book are certainly vital and commonplace to most dentists.although aimed initially at students, this is a book most dentists would find useful since it covers some of the latest instrumentation and techniques and includes a final chapter on evidence-based practice.”
bda news vol 18, no 12.

product details

  • paperback: 192 pages
  • publisher: wiley-blackwell; 1 edition (may 9, 2005)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 1405118210
  • isbn-13: 978-1405118217
  • product dimensions: 9.6 x 6.9 x 0.4 inches
  • shipping weight: 1 pounds

advanced endodontics clinical retreatment and surgery

by

js rhodes , bds dept of conservative dentistry, guy’s, king’s college and st thomas’ hospitals’ medical and dental school, london, uk

book description

the complex problems associated with endodontics retreatment can be time-consuming and problematic. this text from one of the authors of the very successful ‘endodontics: problem-solving in clinical practice’ tackles these difficult aspects and guides the practitioner through the problems and procedures involved. with over 400 colour and black-and-white illustrations, this text will be of interest to endodontics, general dental practitioners with a special interest to endodontics and postgraduates in restorative and endodontic specialties.

product details

  • hardcover: 206 pages
  • publisher: taylor francis group; 1 edition (february 28, 2006)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 1841844365
  • isbn-13: 978-1841844367
  • product dimensions: 9.8 x 7.6 x 0.6 inches
  • shipping weight: 1.8 pounds

color atlas of temporomandibular joint surgery

by

peter d. quinn, dmd, md, vice dean for prof
essional services, perelman school of medicine; senior vice president, university of pennsylvania health system

book description

this brilliant color atlas describes a range of surgical procedures from open joint surgery to total joint replacement. it deals with one of the most vexing problems for oral and maxillofacial surgeons selecting the proper surgical option for patients who have exhausted all conservative methods of dealing with tmj pain and dysfunction. the book’s major focus is on internal derangement, trauma, and management of benign and malignant disorders. color atlas of temporomandibular joint surgery illustrates the technical aspects of various surgical procedures on the temporomandibular joint, focusing on open joint surgical procedures. potential surgical modalities explored include: arthroscopy, meniscal repair, and the use of autogenous and alloplastic materials in joint reconstruction.
written by an authoritative, highly respected surgeon whose surgical skills are in great demand. presents the basics of etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of tmj disorders to simplify often complex problems. surgical procedures are illustrated in a step-by-step format to take the surgeon through the procedure in a manner that he will be able to duplicate when he performs the surgery. hundreds of vivid color photographs were created with painstaking care to demonstrate a clean surgical field, free of blood, so that intraoperative views and anatomic structures are readily visualized. includes a separate chapter on orthognathic surgery and its related surgical complications to provide essential information on the all-too-common complications of orthognathic surgery. includes a collection of treatment flow sheets (algorithms) for each possible kind of temporomandibular joint surgery to clarify the decision-making process involved in diagnosing and treating all varieties of tmj disorders. features an excellent collection of computer-generated art maximum clarity in illustrating crucial procedures.

product details

  • hardcover: 288 pages
  • publisher: mosby (november 1, 1997)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0815145403
  • isbn-13: 978-0815145400
  • product dimensions: 11.1 x 8.7 x 0.9 inches
  • shipping weight: 2.7 pounds

reconstructive aesthetic implant surgery

by

abd el salam el askary, bds, visiting lecturer, uo new york, president, arab society of oral implantology; member of the arabian academy of aesthetic dentistry, international congress of oral implantologists for egypt, international academy for dental facial aesthetics.

book description

aesthetic implant dentistry has grown significantly in the last few years. this text/reference has been written by one of the world’s most proven authorities in the field – dr. abd el askary. a respected clinician, speaker, researcher, and practitioner in the field of aesthetic implants; el askary’s “hands-on” clinical approach to dental aesthetics will guide the reader through each case step-by-step. this practical guide grew out of increased demand from general practitioners and students who want a guide that leads them in solving the problems typically encountered in practice. this book is specifically designed to improve the student/practitioner’s surgical, prosthetic and case design skills. this is what makes this book unique, the aspect of teaching as a step-by-step gradual, clinical flow designed to simplify procedures for the clinician.

editorial reviews

review

“in this well-illustrated 143-page text, the author has expressed the wish to provide an overview of the aesthetic consideration of dental implants with emphasis particularly on the surgical aspects of treatment…this concentrated largely on maxillary anterior cases although the principles outlined apply to most implant cases.i see this as a useful overview for the many restorative dentists who are considering taking on the surgical aspects of dental implant therapy.”
new zealand dental journal

introducing dental implant

by

john a. hobkirk, consultant in restorative dentistry and head of department of prosthetic dentistry, eastman dental institute, london, uk; roger m. watson, emeritus professor of restorative dentistry, guy’s, king’s and st. thomas’s dental institute, kings college, london, uk; and lloyd searson, eastman dental institute, london, uk

roger m. watson and lloyd j. j. searson

this book is intended principally for undergraduate dental students in their final year and dentists taking postgraduate courses. it should also be of interest to professionals complementary to dentistry, seeking an introduction to the subject. the text is not intended to develop skills to the specialist level, but rather to help in preparing for examinations or clinical situations in which basic knowledge of the topic is required.
the text has been arranged in an ordered sequence from an introduction to the subject, through to completion of treatment using implant-stabilized prostheses and the all-important management of problems. since there are a number of clinical situations where it may be advantageous to use dental implants, several of the chapters describe procedures that could be used in different circumstances.

the text is not primarily intended to be read from cover to cover, but rather as a series of discrete chapters, although many build on knowledge acquired in earlier sections. readers may therefore find it helpful to select particular chapters when seeking information on one aspect of implant therapy. consequently, many chapters contain brief resumes of information covered earlier in the book to avoid needless cross-referencing.
the information has been arranged in three ways. firstly, there is the body text, which covers each topic in the intended detail; secondly there are supplemen-tary photographs and diagrams; and finally there are a number of summary lists which are intended to be used by the reader as an aid when preparing for an examination or wishing to use the material in a clinical setting.

editorial reviews

review

“this is a book with a strong pedigree and is based on the previously successful book also written by the authors “a colour atlas and text of dental and maxillo-facial implantology”.
the information in this book cannot be faulted and the pictures are of very good quality.” d walmsley, british dental journal, january 2004
textbook is ideal for undergraduate dental students, and any member of the dental team who wants a deeper insight into some of the implant treatment possibilities.” dr waseem noordin, dental practice, september 2003
the book is incredibly well organised, breaking down information into a series of headings and bullet points. this information is also summarised in table form. the text is comprehensive, supported by a wealth of clinical images and schematic illustrations covering all aspects of implant dentistry. the authors have aimed this book at final year dental students, dentists taking postgraduate courses and professionals complementary to dentistry. in laying the book out in discrete chapters in an easy to read style, i think that it will find an enthusiastic audience.” instructor, university of birmingham school of dentistry, dental update, april 2004

product details

  • paperback: 224 pages
  • publisher: churchill livingstone; 1 edition (october 24, 2003)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0443071853
  • isbn-13: 978-0443071850
  • product dimensions: 11.6 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches
  • shipping weight: 1.4 pounds

petersons principles of oral and maxillofacial surgery

by

michael miloro dmd, md diplomate, american board of oral and maxillofacial surgery fellow, american association of oral and maxillofacial surgeons,

peter larsen dds ohio state university ge ghali dds, md, facs louisiana state university

peter waite dds, md, mph university of alabama

(michael miloro is also a member of editorial board, oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral radiology, & endodontics, mosby, inc. ao — asif craniomaxillofacial faculty, ao north america, paoli, pa)

peterson’s principles of oral and maxillofacial surgery, second edition&, encompasses a wide range of diverse topics making it a unique text amongst the medical and dental specialties. the purpose of this concise, easy-to-read two-volume text is to provide an authoritative and currently referenced survey of the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery&#. it contains the necessary information for clinicians and is an ideal reference text for preparation for board certification in the specialty. expansions to the second edition include: anesthesia section to encompass comprehensive patient assessment and management in the peri-anesthetic period osseointegrated implant section to include chapters on soft and hard tissue adjunctive procedures, zygomaticus and novum systems, as well as a section on implant prosthodontics for the surgeon. additions to the second edition include: new chapters on cleft orthodontics and distraction osteogenesis.