Books by Subject


  • 2011From: ScienceDirect
    edited by David Ricketts, David Bartlett.
    Management of dental caries / David Ricketts, Graham Chadwick and Andrew Hall -- Periodontal disease / Angela Gilbert -- Endodontic problems in advanced operative dentistry / William Saunders -- Tooth wear / David Bartlett -- Aesthetic problems / David Bartlett -- Occlusion / David Ricketts -- Cores / Carol Tait and David Rickett -- Gold crowns / John Radford, Brian Stevenson -- Gold restorations / Graham Chadwick, John Radford and David Ricketts -- Metal ceramic crowns / Brian Stevenson -- All ceramic crowns / Andrew Hal and Graham Chadwick -- Inlays, onlays, and veneers / David Bartlett and David Ricketts -- Impression materials and techniques / David Ricketts -- Provisional restorations / John Radford and David Ricketts -- Getting the appearance correct / Brian Stevenson -- Complex multiple fixed and combined fixed and removable prosthodontics / David Bartlett and David Ricketts -- When and how to replace missing teeth / David Ricketts -- Minimal preparation (resin retained) bridges / David Ricketts -- Conventional bridges / David Bartlett and David Ricketts.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Anthony Erian, Melvin A. Shiffman (editors).
  • 2015From: Springer
    Charles F. Streckfus.
    This book reviews the progress made in salivary diagnostics and identifies the likely direction of future endeavors. After an introductory section describing the histological and anatomical features of the salivary glands and salivary function, salivary collection devices and diagnostic platforms are reviewed. The field of ĺlsalivaomicsĺl is then considered in detail, covering, for example, proteomics, the peptidome, DNA and RNA analysis, biomarkers, and methods for biomarker discovery. Salivary diagnostics for oral and systemic diseases are thoroughly discussed, and the role of salivary gland tissue engineering for future diagnostics is explored. The book closes by considering legal issues and barriers to salivary diagnostic development. Advances in Salivary Diagnostics will be an informative and stimulating reference for both practitioners and students.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Michael Perry, Simon Holmes, editors.
    1. Initial Considerations: High- vs. Low-Energy Injuries and the Implications of Coexisting Multiple Injuries -- 2. Timing Repair and Airway Considerations -- 3. Useful "First Aid" Measures and A Few Basic Techniques -- 4. Principles of Fracture Management -- 5. Injuries to Teeth and Supporting Structures -- 6. Mandibular Fractures -- 7. Fractures of the Middle Third of the Facial Skeleton -- 8. Fractures of the Cheek: Zygomaticomaxillary Complex -- 9. Orbital Fractures -- 10. Nasal Fractures -- 11. Nasoethmoid (Naso-Orbital-Ethmoid): NOE Fractures -- 12. Panfacial Fractures -- 13. The Coronal Flap -- 14. Soft Tissue Injuries -- 15. Ballistic Injuries -- 16. Craniofacial Fractures and the Frontal Sinus -- 17. Is this Right? On-Table Assessment of Our Repair -- 18. Some Useful Adjuncts in Repair -- 19. Aftercare and Follow-up.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    edited by Christopher J. Haggerty, Robert M. Laughlin.
    1. Anatomical considerations in dentoalveolar surgery -- 2. Exposure and bonding of an impacted tooth -- 3. Pre-prosthetic surgery -- 4. Extraction site (socket) preservation -- 5. Onlay bone grafting -- 6. Sinus lift grafting -- 7. Immediate implant-supported restoration of the edentulous arch -- 8. Zygomatic implants -- 9. Cone beam CT-guided dental implant surgery -- 10. Review of spaces -- 11. Osteomyelitis -- 12. Surgical managment of the airway -- 13. Mandibular fractures -- 14. Le fort fractures -- 15. Isolated zygoma and zygomaticomaxillary complex (ZMC fractures) -- 16. Orbital fractures -- 17. Nasal fractures -- 18. Frontal sinus fractures -- 19. Panfacial and naso-orbito-ethmoid (NOE) fractures -- 20. Soft tissue injuries -- 21. Maxillary surgery -- 22. Mandibular osteotomies -- 23. Genioplasty (anterior sliding osteotomy) -- 24. Maxillary distraction using le fort I osteotomy and a red 2 external fixator -- 25. Dentoalveolar cleft repair -- 26. Cleft palate repair -- 27. Cleft lip repair -- 28. Orthognathic surgery in the cleft patient: le fort I osteotomy -- 29. Temporomandibular joint imagaing -- 30. Arthrocentesis of the temporomandibular joint -- 31. Arthroscopic arthroplasty of the temporomandibular joint -- 32. Alloplastic reconstruction (TMJ concepts) of the temporomandibular joint and associated structures -- 33. Autogenous reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint -- 34. Eminectomy -- 35. Botulimu toxin type A (botox) -- 36. Soft tissue augmentation -- 37. Chemical peels -- 38. Facial CO2 laser resurfacing -- 39. Brow lift -- 40. Rhytidectomy -- 41. Upper and lower lid blepharoplasty and tear trough implants -- 42. Rhinoplasty -- 43. Otoplasty -- 44. Benign cysts of the jaw -- 45. Benign tumors of the jaws -- 46. Malignant tumors of the jaws -- 47. Surgical managmenet of the neck -- 48. Surgical managment of lip cancer -- 49. Salivary gland pathology -- 50. Neck pathology -- 51. Pectoralis major myocutaneous flap -- 52. Closure of oral-antral communications -- 53. Anterior iliac crest bone graft -- 54. Posterior iliac crest bone graft -- 55. Proximal tibial bone graft -- 56. Parietal bone graft -- 57. Costochondral graft -- 58. Microvascular principles -- 59. Free vascularized fibula graft harvest -- 60. Radial forearm free flap -- 61. Anterolateral thigh perforator free flap -- 62. Nerve repair -- Appendix 1. Antibiotic chart -- Appendix 2. Craniofacial surgery timing chart -- Appendix 3. Pathology chart -- Index.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Deepak Kademani, Paul S. Tiwana.
    PART I Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck -- PART II Oral Surgery -- PART III Implant Surgery -- PART IV Orthognathic and Craniofacial Surgery -- PART V Cleft Lip and Palate -- PART VI Craniomaxillofacial Trauma -- PART VII Benign Pathology -- PART VIII Malignant Pathology -- PART IX Reconstructive Surgery -- PART X TMJ Surgery -- PART XI Esthetic Facial Surgery.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Isaäc van der Waal.
    This atlas is designed to assist all who are involved in diagnosing and treating oral diseases. Individual chapters focus on lesions and disorders of the oral mucosa, soft tissues (including the minor salivary glands), lips, tongue, gingiva, palate, and jaw bones (odontogenic and non-odontogenic lesions). In addition to the more common diseases, less frequent disorders are also covered, some of which have been recognized only in recent years. Throughout, the approach is practice oriented, with concise text and an abundance of high-quality clinical, radiographic, and, where appropriate, histopathologic images. The combined training of the author in oral surgery and oral pathology means that he has exceptional expertise in both the diagnosis and the treatment of oral diseases. His detailed knowledge and experience are fully reflected in the Atlas of Oral Diseases, which will be very helpful for dental and medical professionals in their daily practice.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    editors, Peter D. Quinn, Eric J. Granquist.
    Surgical decision making for temporomandibular joint surgery -- Diagnostic imaging of the temporomandibular joint -- Surgical approaches to the temporomandibular joint -- Surgery for internal derangement -- Osseous surgery of the temporomandibular joint -- Trauma -- Autogenous reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint -- Stock alloplastic reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint -- Custom alloplastic reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint -- Pathology of the temporomandibular joint -- Complications.
  • 2014From: WHO
    "This manual informs about practical procedures in ... assessment based on experience from existing national fluoridation programmes. The assessment tools will primarily be useful in assisting countries in achieving an effective fluoride exposure. It is a hope that the manual will stimulate oral health personnel and public health administrators to use a systematic approach for managing and analysing data obtained from different levels of fluoride exposure. Finally the manual encourages inter-country collaboration on surveillance systems for community programmes using fluoride for prevention of dental caries."--Publisher's description.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2009From: Springer
    Gottfried Schmalz, Dorthe Arenholt-Bindslev.
  • 2015From: Karger
    volume editor, Sanjukta Deb.
    Biomaterials in relation to dentistry / Deb, S. -- Polymer therapeutics in relation to dentistry / Rojo, L., Deb, S . -- Biological impact of bioactive glasses and their dissolution products / Hoppe, A., Boccaccini, A.R. -- Organic-inorganic composites toward biomaterial application / Miyazaki, T., Sugawara-Narutaki, A., Ohtsuki, C. -- New advanced materials for high performance at the resin-dentine interface / Toledano, M., Osorio, R. -- Nanobiomaterial coatings in dentistry / Choi, A.H., Cazalbou, S., Ben-Nissan, B. -- The effect of titanium surface modifications on dental implant osseointegration / Annunziata, M., Guida, L. -- Global gene expression analysis for the assessment of nanobiomaterials / Hanagata, N. -- Membranes for periodontal regeneration -- a material perspective / Bottino, M.C., Thomas, V. -- Biomaterials in the reconstruction of the oral and maxillofacial region / Ayoub, A., Al-Fotawei, R.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Francesco Saverio De Ponte, editor ; foreword by Giorgio Iannetti.
    1. Introduction / Robert E. Marx -- 2. Pharmacology: Mechanism of Action of Bisphosphonates / Angelina De Sarro and Letteria Minutoli -- 3. Use of Bisphosphonates in Oncology / Giuseppe Altavilla, Grazia Marabello, Chiara Tomasello and Vincenzo Pitini -- 4. Use of Bisphosphonates in Hematology / Caterina Musolino and Alessandro Allegra -- 5. Use of Bisphosphonates in Osteoporosis / Angelina De Sarro and Letteria Minutoli -- 6. Biomorphology in BIONJ: Anatomy and Histology / Giuseppina Cutroneo -- 7. Etiopathogenesis and Clinical Aspects of BIONJ / Santino Ferrara, Laura Vuolo, Annamaria Colao and Luigi Califano -- 8. Instrumental Diagnosis / Silvio Mazziotti, Achille Mileto, Michele Gaeta, Giorgio Ascenti, Ignazio Salamone, Carmela Visalli and Alfredo Blandino -- 9. Microbiological Aspects of Osteonecrosis of the Jaw / Stefania Leuci, Marco Friscia and Michele Davide Mignogna -- 10. Prevention and the Role of the Dentist / Giacomo Oteri -- 11. Conservative Treatment: Oxygen-Ozone Therapy / Alessandro Agrillo -- 12. Conservative Treatment: LASER (Biostimulation and Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatment) / Paolo Vescovi -- 13. Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatment / Claudio Marchetti, Gian Andrea Pelliccioni, Filippo Moretti, Francesco Saverio De Ponte, Giuseppe Lombardo and Carla Nava -- 14. Major Surgery in BIONJ / Luciano Catalfamo, Carla Nava, Giuseppe Lombardo and Francesco Saverio De Ponte -- 15. BRONJ: The Future / Salvatore L. Ruggiero.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Nir Sterer, Mel Rosenberg.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    David O. Willis.
    Dr. David Willis combines his experience as a practicing dentist, educator, MBA, and certified financial planner in this breakthrough text about managing a dental business. Rather than a checklist of steps for success, Business Basics for Dentists describes business, economic, marketing, and management principles and explains how to apply them to the dental practice. Willis's aim is to help students and new practitioners understand how to use the core strategic and operational business philosophies to develop an effective dental practice. He provides the essential elements of a business.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Michael G. Newman, Henry H. Takei, Perry R. Klokkevold ; editor emeritus, Fermin A. Carranza.
    Anatomy of the Periodontium -- Aging and the Periodontium -- Classification of Diseases and Conditions Affecting the Periodontium -- Fundamentals in the Methods of Periodontal Disease Epidemiology -- Periodontal Pathogenesis -- Genetic Susceptibility to Periodontal Disease -- The Role of Dental Calculus and Other Local Predisposing Factors -- Biofilm and Periodontal Microbiology -- Molecular Biology of Host-Microbe Interactions -- Smoking and Periodontal Disease -- Influence of Systemic Conditions -- Impact of Periodontal Infection on Systemic Health -- Defense Mechanisms of the Gingiva -- Gingival Inflammation -- Clinical Features of Gingivitis -- Gingival Enlargement -- Acute Gingival Infections -- Gingival Disease in Childhood -- Desquamative Gingivitis -- The Periodontal Pocket -- Bone Loss and Patterns of Bone Destruction -- Periodontal Response to External Forces -- Chronic Periodontitis -- Necrotizing Ulcerative Periodontitis -- Aggressive Periodontitis -- Pathology and Management of Periodontal Problems in Patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection -- Masticatory System Disorders that Influence the Periodontium -- Sleep-Disordered Breathing -- Clinical Diagnosis -- Significance of Clinical and Biologic Information -- Radiographic Aids in the Diagnosis of Periodontal Disease -- Clinical Risk Assessment -- Determination of Prognosis -- Rationale for Periodontal Treatment -- The Treatment Plan -- Conscious Sedation -- Periodontal Treatment of Medically Compromised Patients -- Periodontal Therapy in the Female Patient -- Periodontal Treatment for Older Adults -- Treatment of Aggressive and Atypical Forms of Periodontitis -- Treatment of Acute Gingival Disease -- Treatment of Periodontal Abscess -- Diagnosis and Management of Endodontic-Periodontic Lesions -- Phase I Periodontal Therapy -- Plaque Biofilm Control for the Periodontal Patient -- Scaling and Root Planing -- Sonic and Ultrasonic Instrumentation and Irrigation -- Anti-infective Therapy -- Host Modulation -- Occlusal Evaluation and Therapy -- Adjunctive Role of Orthodontic Therapy -- Pathologic Tooth Migration: A Case Report * -- Breath Malodor -- Phase II Periodontal Therapy -- Periodontal and Periimplant Surgical Anatomy -- General Principles of Periodontal Surgery -- Gingival Surgical Techniques -- The Periodontal Flap -- Treatment of Gingival Enlargement -- The Flap Technique for Pocket Therapy -- Resective Osseous Surgery -- Periodontal Regeneration and Reconstructive Surgery -- Furcation: Involvement and Treatment -- Periodontal Plastic and Esthetic Surgery -- Periodontal Microsurgery -- Recent Advances in Surgical Therapy: Lasers in Periodontal Therapy -- Preparation of the Periodontium for Restorative Dentistry -- Restorative Interrelationships -- Multidisciplinary Approach to Dental and Periodontal Problems -- Supportive Periodontal Treatment -- Results of Periodontal Treatment -- Periimplant Anatomy, Biology, and Function -- Clinical Evaluation of the Implant Patient -- Diagnostic Imaging for the Implant Patient -- Biomechanics, Prosthetic Considerations, and Treatment Planning -- Basic Implant Surgical Procedures -- Localized Bone Augmentation and Implant Site Development -- Advanced Implant Surgical Procedures -- Esthetic Management of Difficult Cases (Minimally Invasive Approach) -- Technologic Advances in Implant Surgery: Dental Implant Microsurgery-Immediate Placement -- Technologic Advances in Implant Surgery: Piezoelectric Bone Surgery -- Technologic Advances in Implant Surgery: Computer-Assisted Implant Surgery -- Implant-Related Complications and Failures -- Supportive Implant Treatment -- Results of Implant Treatment -- Atlas of Periodontal Diseases -- Introduction to Evidence-Based Decision Making -- Assessing Evidence -- Electronic Dental Records and Decision Support Systems -- Locally Delivered, Controlled-Release Antimicrobials -- Locally Delivered, Controlled-Release Antimicrobials: Drug Development and Clinical Research.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Alexandrina L. Dumitrescu.
    "Periodontitis is a chronic and destructive inflammatory disease of the tooth-supporting tissues that is induced by an opportunistic mixed infection. Periodontitis is highly prevalent, affecting 10-15% of the adult population. It represents the major cause of tooth loss in adults, leading to long-term disability and increased treatment needs. This book is an encyclopedic collection of data from scientific papers and textbooks that form the foundation for a sound understanding of the chemicals used in surgical periodontal therapy. The topics addressed include treatment with enamel matrix proteins to stimulate periodontal regeneration, the use of guided tissue regeneration barriers, root conditioning, and the role of bone grafts and bone graft substitutes in periodontal therapy."
  • 2010From: Springer
    Jean M. Bruch, Nathaniel S. Treister.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Shahrokh C. Bagheri.
    Oral and maxillofacial radiology -- Pharmacology -- Anesthesia -- Oral and maxillofacial infections -- Dentoaveolar surgery -- Dental implant surgery -- Head and neck pathology -- Craniomaxillofacial trauma surgery -- Orthognathic surgery -- Temporomandibular joint disorders -- Oral cancer -- Reconstructive oral and maxillofacial surgery -- Facial cosmetic surgery -- Syndromes of the head and neck -- Medical conditions.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    editors, Kenneth M. Hargreaves, Louis H. Berman ; web editor, Ilan Rotstein.
    Diagnosis -- Radiographic interpretation -- Case selection and treatment planning -- Pain control -- Tooth morphology, isolation, and access -- Cleaning and shaping the root canal system -- Obturation of the cleaned and shaped root canal system -- Nonsurgical retreatment -- Periradicular surgery -- Regenerative endodontics -- Evaluation of outcomes -- Structure and functions of the dentin-pulp complex -- Pulpal reactions to caries and dental procedures -- Microbiology of endodontic infections -- Pathobiology of apical periodontitis -- Root resorption -- Diagnosis of nonodontogenic toothache -- Management of endodontic emergencies -- Managing iatrogenic endodontic events -- The role of endodontics after dental traumatic injuries -- Cracks and fractures -- Restoration of the endodontically treated tooth -- Vital pulp therapy -- Pediatric endodontics : endodontic treatment for the primary and young permanent dentition -- Endodontic and periodontal interrelationships -- Effects of age and systemic health on endodontics -- Bleaching procedures -- Understanding and managing the fearful dental patient -- Endodontic records and legal responsibilities -- Key principles of endodontic practice management.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Michael S. Block.
    Surgery of the anterior mandible -- Surgery of the posterior mandible -- Implants for the maxillary edentulous patient -- Surgery of the partially edentulous maxilla -- Zygomaticus implants and angled implants for the edentulous maxilla -- Maxillary sinus grafting -- Techniques for grafting and implant placement for the extraction site -- Immediate provisionalization of implant restorations -- Esthetic anterior implant restorations: surgical techniques for optimal results -- Soft tissue manipulation around implants in the esthetic zone.
  • 2009.From: Karger
    volume editors, T. Koppe, G. Meyer, K.W. Alt ; co-editors, A. Brook ... [et al.].
  • 2014From: Springer
    Igor Tsesis, editor.
    "This book presents up-to-date recommendations for the prevention, diagnosis, and management of complications in endodontic surgical procedures, based on the best available scientific evidence. Common risks such as wound healing impairment, infection, and bleeding are discussed, and specific complications related to endodontic surgery, such as maxillary sinus involvement and damage to adjacent neurovascular structures, are reviewed. For each step of endodontic surgical procedures, surgical goals and possible outcomes are reviewed. Preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative risk factors for complications are identified, and treatment options presented. Helpful decision-making algorithms, tables, and flow charts complement the reader-friendly text."--Publisher's website.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Peter Murray.
    This clinical guide is a concise up-to-date resource that covers a wide range of endodontic procedures, including non-surgical root canal therapy, surgical root canal therapy, trauma care and the management of fractured teeth, apexification, apexogenesis, revascularization, regeneration, Cvek partial pulpotomy, root canal retreatment, and periapical surgery. The provision of numerous flowcharts, checklists, and advice on error avoidance for each procedure will assist in decision-making in daily practice. Scientific and clinical evidence regarding the use and efficacy of the different forms of treatment is summarized, and helpful information is also presented on instrumentation. The inclusion of exam questions will assist those preparing for endodontic examinations. A Primer on Endodontic Treatment will be of value for dental students, residents in training to become endodontists, endodontists, pediatric dentists, and established dentists.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Pietro Caruso, Enzo Silvestri, Luca Maria Sconfienza, editors ; foreword by Giacomo Garlaschi.
    Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has become the standard of reference in dental imaging. The distribution of CBCT devices is increasingly wide, and the number of required examinations is constantly growing. In this setting, it is now essential that medical and technical staff receive specific training in the use of CBCT and that technical guidelines for CBCT examinations are established. This clearly structured book on CBCT will be an ideal aid in daily clinical practice. It clearly explains basic CBCT anatomy, examination technique, and the use of 3D reformatting software. A wide range of cases are presented, covering the most frequent and relevant conditions and pathologies, including dental anomalies, inflammatory and degenerative disease, tumors, and implants.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] James R. Hupp, Edward Ellis, Myron R. Tucker.
    A comprehensive guide to oral surgery procedures, this 6th Edition enhances your skills in evaluation, diagnosis, and patient management. Full-color photographs and drawings show how to perform basic surgical techniques, and an overview of more advanced surgical procedures includes guidelines on when to refer patients to specialists and how to provide supportive postoperative care. This edition also includes the latest developments in dental implants, instrumentation, and current technology. Written by well-known OMS educators James R. Hupp, Myron R. Tucker, and Edward Ellis III, this book is a reference for any dental office. UPDATED content on implants, new instruments, and the latest technology help you treat your patients more effectively. UPDATED Implant Treatment information is divided into two new chapters, one on basic concepts and techniques for clinical situations where adequate bone and soft tissue exists and implants can be placed into a well-healed area of bone. Another chapter on more complex concepts focusing on cases that require immediate implant placement and cases where bone and soft tissue augmentation may be required. UPDATED Facial Cosmetic Surgery chapter is organized by nonsurgical and surgical procedures, covering popular procedures such as dermal fillers, botox, facial resurfacing, browlift and forehead procedures, blepharoplasty, rhinoplasty, and rhytidectomy. UPDATED Medicolegal Considerations chapter reviews concepts of liability, risk management, methods of risk reduction, and actions that should be taken if a malpractice suit is filed against the dentist or a dentist's employee. UPDATED Correction of Dentofacial Deformities chapter includes new information on conventional treatment planning, image prediction, and 3D virtual computerized surgical planning. UPDATED Surgical Reconstruction of Defects of the Jaws chapter includes new information on Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMPs).
  • 2012From: Springer
    K. Alok Pathak, Richard W. Nason, editors.
    Potential molecular targets: From bench to bedside -- Potentially malignant disorders of the oral cavity -- Mandible-preserving alternatives -- Surgical management of oral cancer -- Management of the N0 neck in oral cancer -- Current options and controversies in reconstruction of the oral cavity -- Challenges in preserving salivary gland functions -- Systemic therapies in the management of head and neck cancer -- Surveillance after treatment of oral cancer.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    edited by Steven A. Guttenberg.
    What is beauty? / Steven A. Guttenberg -- Smile design and dental veneers / Peter Rinaldi -- Dental implants / Neil L. Starr -- Aesthetic decisions in adult orthodontics / Wayne Hickory and Rohit Sachdeva -- Optimizing dental implant esthetics / Joel Rosenlicht and James Ward -- Lip and perioral cosmetic surgery / Jon Perenack -- Injectable fillers for cosmetic facial enhancement / Bruce N. Epker -- Aesthetic facial implants / William J. Binder -- Neuromuscular blockers for facial beauty / Paul Ruff -- Skin rejuvenation / Suzan Obagi and Shauna Kranendonk -- Scar revision / Saif S. Al-Bustani and R. Bryan Bell -- Cervicofacial liposuction / Douglas M. Monasabian -- Cosmetic blepharoplasty / Lauren Gavaris and Paul Gavaris -- Brow lifting / Matthew R. Hlavacek and Steven. J Prstojevich -- Cosmetic rhinoplasty / Leonard Spector -- Otoplasty : surgical correction of the prominent ear / Todd G. Owsley -- Rhytidoplalsty / Robert A. Strauss and Kevin Bond -- Short scar facelift options / Steven B. Hopping -- Aesthetic benefits of orthognathic surgery / Charles Dennis Hasse -- Minimally invasive orthognathic and condylar surgery / Carl Bouchard [and others] -- Hair transplantation / Marc. R. Avram and Nicole E. Rogers.
  • 2008.From: Karger
    volume editor, David P. Rice.
    Developmental anatomy of craniofacial sutures / Rice, D.P. -- Locate, condense, differentiate, grow and confront: developmental mechanisms controlling intramembranous bone and suture formation and function / Rice, D.P.; Rice, R. -- Mechanical influences on suture development and patency / Herring, S.W. -- Suture neontology and paleontology: the bases for where, when and how boundaries between bones have been established and have evolved / Depew, M.J.; Compagnucci, C.; Griffin, J. -- Single suture craniosynostosis: diagnosis and imaging / Hukki, J.; Saarinen, P.; Kangasniemi, M. -- Clinical features of syndromic craniosynostosis / Rice, D.P. -- Genetics of craniosynostosis: genes, syndromes, mutations and genotype-phenotype correlations / Passos-Bueno, M.R. ... [et al.] -- Roles of FGFR2 and twist in human craniosynostosis: insights from genetic mutations in cranial osteoblasts / Marie, P.J.; Kaabeche, K.; Guenou, H. -- Fibroblast growth factor signaling in cranial suture development and pathogenesis / Hajihosseini, M.K. -- Tgf-€ regulation of suture morphogenesis and growth / Rawlins, J.T.; Opperman, L.A. -- The BMP pathway in skull vault development / Maxson, R.; Ishii, M. -- Current treatment of craniosynostosis and future therapeutic directions / Wan, D.C. ... [et al.].
  • 2016From: Springer
    Pieter J. Slootweg, editor.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    James W. Little [and others].
    Patient evaluation and risk assessment -- Cardiovascular disease -- Pulmonary disease -- Gastrointestinal disease -- Genitourinary disease -- Endocrine and metabolic disease -- Immunologic disease -- Hematologic and oncologic disease -- Neurologic, behavioral, and psychiatric disorders.
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Shara E. Bailey, Jean-Jacques Hublin.
    Dental evolution and dental morphology: Introduction / S.E. Bailey -- Patterns of molar variation in great apes and their implications for hominin taxonomy / V. Pilbrow -- Trends in postcanine occlusal morphology within the hominin clade : the case of Paranthropus / S.E. Bailey and B.A. Wood -- Maxillary molars cusp morphology of South African australopithecines / J. Moggi-Cecchi and S. Boccone -- Gran Dolina-TD6 and Sima de los Huesos dental samples : preliminary approach to some dental characters of interest for phylogenetic studies / M. Martinón-Torres ... [et al.] -- Neural network analysis by using the Self-Organizing Maps (SOMs) applied to human fossil dental morphology : a new methodology / F. Manni, R. Vargiu and A. Coppa -- Micro-computed tomography of primate molars : methodological aspects of three-dimensional data collection / A.J. Olejniczak, F.E. Grine and L.B. Martin -- HRXCT analysis of hominoid molars : a quantitative volumetric analysis and 3D reconstruction of coronal enamel and dentin / D.G. Gantt, J. Kappelman and R.A. Ketcham -- Dental microstructure and life history: Introduction / R. Macchiarelli and S.E. Bailey -- Inferring primate growth, development and life history from dental microstructure : the case of the extinct Malagasy lemur, Megaladapis / G.T. Schwartz, L.R. Godfrey and P. Mahoney -- Histological study of an upper incisor and molar of a bonobo (Pan paniscus) individual / F. Ramirez Rossi and R.S. Lacruz -- New perspectives on chimpanzee and human molar crown development / T.M. Smith ... [et al.] -- Portable confocal scanning optical microscopy of Australopithecus africanus enamel structure / T.G. Bromage ... [et al.] -- Imbricational enamel formation in Neandertals and recent modern humans / D. Guatelli-Steinberg ... [et al.] -- Dental development: Introduction / B.A. Wood -- Of mice and monkeys : quantitative genetic analyses of size variation along the dental arcade / L.J. Hlusko and M.C. Mahaney -- Quantifying variation in human dental development sequences : an evo-devo perspective / J. Braga and Y. Heuze -- Dental calcification stages of the permanent M1 and M2 in U.S. children of African-American and European-American ancestry born in the 1990s / J. Monge ... [et al.] -- A computerized model for reconstruction of dental ontogeny : a new tool for studying evolutionary trends in the dentition / P. Smith ... [et al.] -- Dentition and diet: Introduction / F.E. Grine -- An evaluation of changes in strontium/calcium ratios across the neonatal line in human deciduous teeth / L.T. Humphrey, M.C. Dean and T.E. Jeffries -- Dental topography and human evolution with comments on the diets of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus / P.S. Ungar -- Dental microwear and paleoanthropology : cautions and possibilities / M.F. Teaford -- Tooth wear and diversity in early hominid molars : a case study / L. Ulhaas, O. Kullmer and F. Schrenk -- 3-D interferometric microscopy applied to the study of buccal enamel microwear / F. Estebaranz ... [et al.].
  • 2013From: Springer
    Sibel Yildirim.
    Dental Evolution -- Tooth development -- Dental Pulp is a Connective Tissue -- Dental Pulp Stem Cells (DPSC) -- Isolation methods of DPSC -- Characterization of DPSC -- Reprogramming of DPSC to induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) -- Immunomodulatory effects of DPSC -- Dental Pulp is a Complex Adaptive System.
  • 2015From: Thieme
    Andreas Fuhrmann.
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    Agnès Bloch-Zupan, Heddie O. Sedano, Crispian Scully.
  • 2009From: Karger
    volume editor, Nigel Pitts.
    Introduction : how the detection, assessment, diagnosis and monitoring of caries integrate with personalized caries management / Pitts, N.B. -- Clinical visual caries detection / Topping, G.V.A., Pitts, N.B. -- Traditional lesion detection aids / Neuhaus, K.W. ... [et al.] -- Novel lesion detection aids / Neuhaus, K.W. ... [et al.] -- Lesion activity assessment / Ekstrand, K.R. ... [et al.] -- Patient caries risk assessment / Twetman, S., Fontana, M. -- Dentition and lesion history / Eggertsson, H., Ferreira-Zandona, A. -- Assessing patients' health behaviours : essential steps for motivating patients to adopt and maintain behaviours conducive to oral health / Freeman, R., Ismail, A. -- Personalized treatment planning / Pitts, N.B., Richards, D. -- Background level care / Pitts, N.B. -- Traditional preventive treatment options / Longbottom, C., Ekstrand, K.R., Zero, D.T. -- Novel preventive treatment options / Longbottom, C. ... [et al.] -- Traditional operative treatment options / Ricketts, D.N.J., Pitts, N.B. -- Novel operative treatment options / Ricketts, D.N.J., Pitts, N.B. -- Recall, reassessment and monitoring / Clarkson, J.E. ... [et al.] -- Implementation : improving caries detection, assessment, diagnosis and monitoring / Pitts, N.B -- Glossary of key terms / Longbottom, C. ... [et al.].
  • 2001From: NLM
    prepared by Martha Glock, Alice M. Horowitz, Maria T. Canto.
    Citations include changes during past decades in the prevalence, distribution, and progression of dental caries have implications for diagnosis, treatment, prediction of risk, and prevention in individuals or populations. Traditional approaches for treating carious lesions in a surgical manner are being replaced by newer strategies that emphasize disease prevention and conservation. Citations for this bibliography were gathered from journal articles and conference papers written primarily in English and including both human and animal studies.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Stephen J. Stefanac, Samuel P. Nesbit.
    Patient evaluation and assessment -- Common diagnoses in dentistry -- Evidence based treatment planning : assessment of risk, prognosis, and expected treatment outcomes -- Developing the treatment plan -- Interprofessional treatment planning -- Ethical and legal considerations when treatment planning -- Systemic phase of treatment -- Acute phase of treatment -- Disease control phase of treatment -- Definitive phase of treatment -- Maintenance phase of care -- Patients with special needs -- Patients who are substance dependent -- Patients who are anxious or fearful -- Patients with a psychological disorder -- Adolescent patients -- Geriatric patients -- Patients who are motivationally compromised or financially limited patient.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    edited by Nestor Cohenca.
    Root canal infection and endodontic periradicular disease / Nestor Cohenca and Ana Maria Gonzalez -- Biofilms in root canal infection / Christine M. Sedgley and Rogrio de Castilho Jacinto -- Efficacy of root canal disinfection / Ashraf F. Fouad -- Impact of root canal disinfection on treatment outcome / James Johnson and Natasha Flake -- The anatomy of the root canal system as a challenge to effective disinfection / Eric herbranson -- Shaping the root canal system to promote effective disinfection / Ove Peters and Frank Paqu -- Update on endodontic irrigating solutions / Bettina Basrani and Markus Haapasalo -- Fluid dynamics of irrigation within the root canal system / G. John Schoeffel and Franklin R. Tay -- Positive pressure irrigation / Cesar de Gregorio, Carlos Heilborn, and Nestor Cohenca -- Apical negative pressure irrigation (ANP) / Nestor Cohenca, Cesar de Gregorio and Avina Paranjpe -- Disinfection of the root canal by sonic, ultrasonic and laser activated irrigation / Luc van der Sluis, Bram Verhaagen, Ricardo Macedo, and Michel Versluis -- Ozonization and electrochemical root canal disinfection / Roberta Pileggi -- Intracanal medication in root canal disinfection / Lea Assed Bezerra da Silva, Raquel Assed Bezerra da Silva, Paulo Nelson-Filho and Nestor Cohenca -- Healing of periapical lesions / Zvi Metzger and Anda Kfir -- Surgical endodontics : the complimentary approach / Richard Rubinstein and Alireza Aminlari -- Emerging technologies in root canal disinfection / Anil Kishen, Annie Shrestha, and Nestor Cohenca.
  • Katie Marie Shelef.
    Recent work on the human microbiome represents the essence of community ecology: "What makes assemblages of species more or less similar to each other at different places and times?" (Vellend 2010; Anderson et al. 2011). The complex microbial communities of the human subgingival crevice are particularly relevant since multiple, spatially distinct but ecologically similar sites are found in a single subject. Healthy sites and sites affected by periodontitis (gum disease) can coexist in the same mouth simultaneously; periodontal disease may reflect community processes since it is thought to have a polymicrobial etiology rather than a single species etiology in the tradition of Koch's postulates. Subgingival communities therefore provide a unique, clinically relevant context to apply ecological concepts. The goal of this work was to advance our ecological understanding of the human subgingival microbiota, drawing on two fields of ecological research: biogeography and the stability of complex communities. The first half of this work explored oral biogeography and treating subgingival sites as isolated, island-like patches of similar habitat distributed within a mouth. A survey of twenty-three to thirty subgingival sites per mouth within five periodontally healthy subjects uncovered non-random, spatially relevant patterns of community distributions. Specifically, a left-right symmetric pattern of community similarity and a positive correlation between physical distance between sites and the dissimilarity of their respective communities were observed. However, these patterns were only discernable among deeply sequenced communities. Additional applications of co-occurrence analysis and neutral theory models to the data indicated that both competitive interactions and stochastic, demographic processes influence distributions of subgingival taxa. The second half of this work assessed the temporal stability of health and periodontitis-associated subgingival and salivary microbial communities before and after a single disturbance event of professional teeth cleaning. Communities were surveyed in 8 subjects (4 healthy, 4 with moderate chronic periodontitis), at 4 sites per subject, and at four sampling times ranging from 2 weeks to 1 day before the cleaning to assess baseline spatial and temporal variation. Samples collected at seven time points ranging from 1 hour to 3 months after the cleaning were also examined in order to monitor the compositional response to the perturbation. The results of this work demonstrated that healthy and periodontitis-associated subgingival communities are resilient to a teeth-cleaning perturbation, but the displacement of community composition immediately after cleaning was greater in periodontitis than in health. Periodontitis-associated subgingival communities more closely resembled a health-like composition as they recovered from the cleaning, although this change was transient. Salivary communities were also shown to be resilient to a teeth cleaning perturbation, but the impact of the cleaning on community composition is less pronounced in saliva. The results further suggest that post-cleaning residual subgingival communities contribute more to subgingival recolonization than salivary communities. The results of this work generated testable hypotheses about the ecological mechanisms governing observed spatial and temporal patterns. I hope these findings will contribute to the development of novel, ecologically informed approaches to the clinical treatment of the subgingival environment.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Bettina Basrani, editor.
    This book reviews the available information on bacterial disinfection in endodontics, with emphasis on the chemical treatment of root canals based on current understanding of the process of irrigation. It describes recent advances in knowledge of the chemistry associated with irrigants and delivery systems, which is of vital importance given that chemical intervention is now considered one of the most important measures in eliminating planktonic microbes and biofilms from the infected tooth. Recommendations are made regarding concentrations, exposure times, and optimal sequences. Possible complications related to the use of the different solutions are highlighted, with guidance on response. In addition, clinical protocols are suggested on the basis of both clinical experience and the results of past and ongoing research. Throughout, a practical, clinically oriented approach is adopted that will assist the practitioner in ensuring successful endodontic treatment.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Paul A. Rosenberg.
    Endodontic pain is a complex symptom that often drives a patient to a dentist in search of relief. In these circumstances, the patient is likely to pose a range of questions: Can you relieve my pain? Will the treatment be painful? How will I feel later? The answers to such questions often form the basis of the patient's assessment of the dentist. The combination of pain and a negative dental experience has physical and psychological sequelae for the patient that may last long after treatment. This book is a concise, well-structured guide to the assessment and treatment of patients who present with endodontic pain, in which step-by-step descriptions are complemented by informative images and flow charts. The advantages, disadvantages, and significance of specific diagnostic and treatment procedures are clearly described, as is a pharmacotherapeutic approach to the prevention and treatment of pain. In addition, the causes and biological basis of endodontic pain are explained and guidance is provided on further strategies for pain prevention. The crisp narrative, efficient design, and visual detail are notable features of this book that will make it an ideal chairside resource for the clinician and a dependable reference for the student.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Mahmoud Torabinejad, DMD, MSD, PhD, Professor and Program Director, Department of Endodontics, School of Dentistry, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, Richard E. Walton, DMD, MS, Professor Emeritus, Department of Endodontics, The University of Iowa, College of Dentistry, Iowa City, Iowa, Ashraf F. Fouad, BDS, DDS, MS, Department of Endodontics, Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland.
    The biology of dental pulp and periradicular tissues / Graham Rex Holland, Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Protecting the pulp and promoting tooth maturation / Ashraf F. Fouad, Anthony J. Smith -- Endodontic microbiology / José F. Siqueira, Jr., Ashraf F. Fouad -- Pulp and periapical pathosis / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Shahrokh Shabahang -- Diagnosis, treatment planning and systemic considerations / Richard E. Walton, Ashraf F. Fouad -- Interaction between the general dentist and the endodontist / Ashraf F. Fouad, Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Endodontic-periodontic interelationship / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Ilan Rotstein -- Longitudinal tooth fractures / Eric M. Rivera, Richard E. Walton -- Local anesthesia / Al Reader, John M. Nusstein, Richard E. Walton -- Endodontic emergencies and therapeutics / Paul D. Eleazer, Paul A. Rosenberg -- Management of traumatic dental injuries / Nestor Cohenca -- Endodontic radiography / Richard E. Walton, Ashraf F. Fouad -- Endodontic instruments / Van T. Himel, Kent A. Sabey -- Internal anatomy / Richard E. Walton, Eric J. Herbranson -- Isolation, endodontic access, and length determination / William T. Johnson, Anne E. Williamson -- Cleaning and shaping / Ove A. Peters, W. Craig Noblett -- Preparation for restoration / Charles J. Goodacre, Harold H. Messer -- Obturation / James C. Kulild, Bekir Karabucak -- Procedural accidents / Mahmoud Torabinejad, James D. Johnson -- Retreatment / George Bogen, Robert Handysides -- Endodontic surgery / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Bradford R. Johnson -- Evaluation of endodontic outcomes / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Shane N. White -- Single implant / Mohammad A. Sabeti, Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Bleaching discolored teeth / Ilan Rotstein, Richard E. Walton -- Geriatric endodontics / Richard E. Walton -- Appendix. Pulpal anatomy and access preparations / Lisa R. Wilcox.
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Kishor Gulabivala, BDS, MSc, FDS RCS (Edin), PhD, FHEA, Yuan-Ling Ng, BDS, MSc, MRD RCS (Eng), PhD, FHEA.
    Tooth development, morphology and physiology / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Biological and clinical rationale for vital pulp therapy / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Biological and clinical rationale for root canal treatment / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Diagnosis of endodontic problems / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Treatment planning / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Pre-endodontic management / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Delivery of endodontic treatment -- Vital pulp therapy / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Non-surgical root canal treatment / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Management of root canal treatment failure / Yuan-Ling Ng, Kishor Gulabivala -- Management of emergencies and traumatic injuries / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- Management of root resorption / Yuan-Ling Ng, Kishor Gulabivala -- The perio-endo interface / Kishor Gulabivala, Ulpee Darbar, Yuan-Ling Ng -- The ortho-endo interface / Kishor Gulabivala, Farhad Naini -- The restorative-endo interface / Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- The medical-endo interface / Alexander Mustard, Kishor Gulabivala -- The orofacial pain-endo interface / Rachel Leeson, Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng -- The oral medicine/oral surgery-endo interface / Rachel Leeson, Kishor Gulabivala.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Luiz E. Bertassoni, Paulo G. Coelho, editors.
    This book offers a comprehensive overview of current challenges and strategies to regenerate load-bearing and calcified human tissues, including bone, cartilage,tendon, ligaments and dental structures (dentin, enamel, cementum and periodontal ligament). Tissue engineering has long held great promises as an improved treatment option for conditions affecting mineralized and load-bearing structures in the body. Although significant progress has been achieved in recent years, a number of challenges still exist. Scaffold vascularization, new biofabrication methods (3D printing, lithography, microfabrication), peptide conjugation methods, interface engineering, scaffold mechanical properties, iPS cells, organs-on-a-chip, are some of the topics discussed in this book. More specially, in the first section readers will find an overview of emerging biofabrication methods. In section 2, applied strategies for regeneration of (2.1) bone, cartilage and ligament, as well as (2.2) dentin, cementum, enamel and periodontal ligament are discussed across 14 chapters. While other volumes have addressed the regeneration of individual tissues, or exclusively focused on different regenerative strategies, the focus of this work is to bring together researchers integrating backgrounds in materials sciences, engineering, biology, mechanics, fluidics, etc, to address specific challenges common to regeneration of several load-bearing and calcified tissues. Therefore, this book provides a unique platform to stimulate progress in the regeneration of functional tissue substitutes. We envision that this book will represent a valuable reference source for university and college faculties, post-doctoral research fellows, senior graduate students, and researchers from R&D laboratories in their endeavors to fabricate biomimetic load bearing tissues.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2014From: Karger
    volume editors, Adrian Lussi, Carolina Ganss.
    Erosive tooth wear : a multifactorial condition of growing concern and increasing knowledge / A. Lussi, T.S. Carvalho -- Is erosive tooth wear an oral disease? / C. Ganss -- Diagnosis of erosive tooth wear / C. Ganss, A. Lussi -- The interaction between attrition, abrasion, and erosion in tooth wear / R.P. Shellis, M. Addy -- Challenges in assessing erosive tooth wear / V. Margaritis, J. Nunn -- Prevalence, incidence, and distribution of erosion / T. Jaeggi, A. Lussi -- Prevalence of erosive tooth wear in risk groups / N. Schlueter, A. Bjorg Tveit -- The histological features and physical properties of eroded dental hard tissues / C. Canss, A. Lussi, N. Schlueter -- Dentine hypersensitivity / N. West, J. Seong, M. Davies -- Methods for assessment of dental erosion / T. Attin, F.J. Wegehaupt -- Erosion in relation to nutrition and the environment / M.E. Barbour, A. Lussi -- Oral hygiene products, medications, and drugs -- hidden aetiological factors for dental erosion / E. Hellwig, A. Lussi -- Understanding the chemistry of dental erosion / R.P. Shellis, J.D.B. Featherstone, A. Lussi -- Intrinsic causes of erosion / R. Moazzez, D. Bartlett -- The potential of saliva in protecting against dental erosion / H.T. Hara, D.T. Zero -- The pellicle and erosion / M. Hannig, C. Hannig -- The role of oral hygiene : does toothbrushing harm? / A. Wiegand, N. Schlueter -- Risk assessment and causal preventive measures / A. Lussi, A. Hellwig -- The role of fluoride in erosion therapy / M.C. Huysmans, A. Young, C Ganss -- Alternatives to fluoride in the prevention and treatment of dental erosion / M.A.R. Buzalaf, A.C. Magalhaes, A. Wiegand -- Restorative therapy of erosive lesions / A. Peutzfeldt, T. Jaeggi, A. Lussi -- Erosive tooth wear in children / T.S. Carvalho, A. Lussi, T. Jaeggi, D.L. Gambon.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Ugur Erdemir, Esra Yildiz, editors.
    Introduction -- Definition and Causes of Diastema -- Initial Consultation -- Diagnosis -- Esthetic Parameters and Smile Design -- Soft Tissue Considerations -- Treatment Planning -- Treatment Options, Timing, and Sequencing -- Material Selection -- Cases.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Kenneth W. Aschheim.
    "Help your patients look better and improve their self-esteem with this complete, user-friendly guide to all of the latest esthetic dentistry procedures that are in high demand. Thoroughly updated by the most renowned leaders in the field, the new third edition of Esthetic Dentistry: A Clinical Approach to Techniques and Materials offers clearly highlighted techniques in step-by-step fashion, with unmistakable delineation of armamentarium, for the treatment of esthetic problems. Hundreds of clinical tips are included throughout the book to help alert you to potential problems, variations on techniques, and other treatment considerations. Plus, an invaluable troubleshooting guide covers the different types of esthetic problems (such as size, discoloration, and spacing issues), potential solutions, and references to chapters where the specific problem is discussed in detail. With this expert reference in hand, you will have all you need to master the latest esthetic procedures that your patients want!"--Publisher's description.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    André P. Saadoun.
    "This is a step by step guide to success in periodontics and implant dentistry, helping clinicians to create a natural and esthetically pleasing smile for their patients. Starting with a general discussion of facial esthetics and analyzing the dento-gingival constituents of the smile, the book goes on to consider the impact of these on people's quality of life, both in terms of health and social engagement. Subsequent chapters focus on specific esthetic treatments such as crown lengthening procedures, gingival recession coverage with connective tissue grafts or periodontal regenerative material and soft tissue management for natural teeth and implants"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Alexandrina L. Dumitrescu ; with contributions by Koji Inagaki ... [et al.].
    Etiology of periodontal disease: dental plaque and calculus -- Periodontal microbiology -- Particular aspects of periodontal disease pathogenesis -- Interrelationships between periodontal disease and mortality, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, diabetes mellitus -- Interrelationships between periodontal disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes, respiratory disease, rheumatoid arthritis, renal disease, cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, Alzheimer disease; Assessing confounding and effect modification -- Genetic variability and periodontal disease -- Implication of systemic osteoporosis on oral health -- Psychological pathways in the pathogenesis of periodontal disease -- Periodontal-restorative interactions -- Endodontic and periodontal interrelationship -- Occlusal considerations in pathogenesis of periodontal disease -- Orthodontics and periodontics.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Peter J. Taub, Pravin K. Patel, Steven R. Buchman, Mimis N. Cohen, editors
    Ferraro's Fundamentals of Maxillofacial Surgery, 2e is the newly revised and updated second edition of the text originally edited by James W. Ferraro. Written for trainees and students, as well as experts in oral and maxillofacial surgery, and experts in related subspecialties such as otolaryngology and plastic surgery, this highly illustrated text is an invaluable source of hands-on, practical knowledge for those taking the ASMS Basic Course, or for any specialist seeking a comprehensive review of maxillofacial surgery.
  • 2011From: Karger
    volume editor, Marília Afonso Rabelo Buzalaf.
    Fluoride intake of children : considerations for dental caries and dental fluorosis / M.A.R. Buzalaf, S.M. Levy -- Fluoride metabolism / M.A.R. Buzalaf, G.M. Whitford -- Contemporary biological markers of exposure to fluoride / A.J. Rugg-Gunn, A. E. Villa, M.A.R. Buzalaf -- Historical and recent biological markers of exposure to fluoride / J.P. Pessan, M.A.R. Buzalaf -- Acute toxicity of ingested fluoride / G.M. Whitford -- Chronic fluoride toxicity : dental fluorosis / P. DenBesten, W. Li -- Mechanisms of action of fluoride for caries control / M.A.R. Buzalaf ... [et al.] -- Topical use of fluorides for caries control / J.P. Pessan, K.J. Toumba, M.A.R. Buzalaf -- Systemic fluoride / F. C. Sampaio, S. M. Levy -- Oral fluoride reservoirs and the prevention of dental caries / G.L. Vogel -- Fluoride in dental erosion / A.C. Magalhães ... [et al.].
  • 2013From: Wiley
    [edited by] Catherine Adams, Romina Carabott, and Sam Evans.
    Introduction-editors -- Dental anatomy & development / Alastair Sloan -- Expert witness skills / Jason Tucker -- Mortuary practice / Ali Anderson -- Dental human identification / Romina Carabott -- Disaster victim identification / Cath Adams -- Dental age assessment / Sakher J. Al Qahtani -- Bite marks 1 / Douglas Sheasby -- Bite marks 2 / Roland Kouble -- Forensic photography / Sam Evans -- The role of the fo in protection of the vulnerable person / Catherine Adams & Barbara Chadwick.
  • v. 9-, 1998-From: Karger
  • v. 1-8, 1974-91.From: Karger
  • 2013From: Springer
    Kameshwar Prasad.
    This is a basic book on evidence-based medicine (EBM). It starts with an introduction to the topic. It outlines the relationship between EBM and research and quality of care. Then It goes on to cover the most commonly used modules of EBM, i.e. therapy, diagnosis, prognosis and meta-analysis. Each module starts with an introduction to fundamental concepts, and description of the related research process, and then follows the critical appraisal of related type of research artcle. At the end, it covers the different systems of grading of level of evidence and strength of recommendations. The book also has three examples of critical appraisal on diagnosis, therapy, and meta-analysis.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Alexandrina L. Dumitrescu, Junya Kobayashi.
    Classification of periodontal diseases -- Evidence for the role of genetic variants in periodontitis -- A gene mutation of major effect on human disease and its association with periodontitis -- Modifying disease genes in relation to periodontitis -- Heritability of chronic periodontitis -- Heritability of aggressive periodontitis -- Heritability of gingivitis -- Heritability of peri-implantitis -- Common guidelines for association studies -- Clinical utility of genetic knowledge.
  • 2005From: Springer
    P. Reuter.
    Deutsch-Englisch -- Englisch-Deutsch.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    Ashraf Ayoub, Balvinder Khambay, Philip Benington and Khursheed Moos, Lyndia Green, Fraser Walker.
    This handbook provides a short, contemporary text on the management of dentofacial deformities. The importance of a well organised, inter-disciplinary approach is emphasised throughout and the following key areas are presented: A detailed account of the role of the psychologist, from initial assessment through to post-operative support. A systematic approach to dentofacial assessment, including a section on diagnostic records and an overview of cephalometry. A logical step-by-step approach to treatment planning, emphasising the interactive thought process required.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Henrik Hellquist, Alena Skalova.
    Over the past 25 years it has become more and more evident that salivary gland pathology is by far the subject within head and neck pathology that causes the most diagnostic challenges and problems for general pathologists. Among the reasons for this are the relative rarity of salivary gland tumors (as a result of which the general pathologist does not gain sufficient personal experience in their diagnosis), their striking diversity (there are almost 40 different histological tumor entities), and the fact that some tumours dedifferentiate and some benign tumors progress to become malignant. This book is a comprehensive guide to salivary gland pathology that illustrates almost every type of salivary gland tumor and will assist greatly in routine diagnostic work. Non-neoplastic lesions, benign epithelial tumors, malignant epithelial tumors, and non-epithelial and secondary tumors are all covered in detail, and the WHO and TNM classifications are clearly explained. Another significant feature is the incorporation of important knowledge gained during the past few years regarding the genetics of salivary gland tumors. Histopathology of the Salivary Glands will be of interest not only to pathologists but also to dentists, ENT and head and neck surgeons, and oncologists.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    Arun K. Garg.
    Get the practical information you need to add dental implants to your practice! Dr. Arun Garg, a leading dental implant educator, clinician, and researcher, uses a clear, succinct writing style to inform and guide you through the full scope of dental implantology. A patient-focused approach covers surgical templates and techniques, sterilization, pharmacology, bone biology, complications, and more. A robust appendix offers handy information including insurance codes, consent forms, surgical tray set-ups, and food recipes for patients recovering from surgery. A practical yet comprehensive approach covers all aspects of implant dentistry from patient history to post-operative care, with minimal use of jargon, in an easy-to-read format. Outstanding photos help you visualize and understand patient outcomes. An appendix on post-operative instructions includes a unique section on delicious yet recovery-specific recipes.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Ann Wennerberg, Tomas Albrektsson, Ryo Jimbo, editors.
    This book provides the reader with the knowledge required in order to understand the chemical, physical, mechanical, and topographical aspects of implant surfaces, as well as their impact on the biological response. Common ways to modify implant surfaces are described, and methods for the evaluation of surface properties are presented in an easy-to-read style. Experimental results that have contributed to surface modifications relevant for commercial available implants are presented, with emphasis on in vivo and clinical studies. While the focus is primarily on surface modifications at the micrometer and nanometer levels, alterations at the millimeter level are also covered, including thread designs and their possible influence on stress distribution. In addition, it is analyzed how surface alterations have changed the clinical long-term results for certain groups of patients. Care is taken to ensure that assessments are well balanced and draw attention to the potential disadvantages of different surfaces; for example, surfaces that may be more prone to biofilm accumulation are identified, with discussion of the clinical evidence.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Ira B. Lamster, Mary E. Northridge, editors ; foreword by Jeanette C. Takamura.
    Part I: Population health and well-being -- The aging U.S. population / Steven M. Albert -- The Oral disease burden faced by older adults / Ira B. Lamster and Natalie D. Crawford -- Social disparities in oral health and health care for older adults / Luisa N. Borrell -- Access, place of residence and interdisciplinary opportunities / Janet A. Yellowitz -- Part II: Health and medical considerations -- Movement disorders in dental practice / Nina M. Browner and Steven Frucht -- Cognitive impairment / James M. Noble and Nikolaos Scarmeas -- Musculoskeletal conditions / Jennifer L. Kelsey -- Cardiovascular, cerebrovascular diseases and diabetes mellitus: co-morbidities that affect dental care for the older patient / Neerja Bhardwaj ... [et al.] -- Geriatric pharmacology: principles and implications for oral health / Brian C. Scanlan -- Management of alcohol and tobacco dependence in older adults / David A. Albert -- Part III: Oral health and dental considerations -- Normal oral mucosal, dental, periodontal, and alveolar bone changes associated with aging / Stefanie L. Russell and Jonathan A. Ship -- The relationship between periodontal disease and systemic disease in the elderly / Dana L. Wolf and Panos N. Papapanou -- Caries, tooth loss, and conventional tooth replacement for older patients / Ejvind Budtz-Jørgensen and Frauke Müller -- Implant dentistry as an approach to tooth replacement for older adults / Hans-Peter Weber -- Saliva and the salivary glands in the elderly / Louis Mandel -- Mastication, nutrition, oral health and health in older patients / Angus W.G. Walls -- Orofacial pain and neurological disorders affecting the head and neck / Ali Makki and Susan Roche -- Oral pathology affecting older adults / David J. Zegarelli, Victoria L. Woo, and Angela J. Yoon -- Part IV: Professional recommendations and future needs -- Educating the dental profession / Lynn M. Tepper -- Dental services among elderly Americans: utilization, expenditures, and their determinants / L. Jackson Brown -- Conclusion: interdisciplinary planning to meet the oral health care needs of older adults / Mary E. Northridge and Ira B. Lamster.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Valerie Powell ... [et al.], editors.
    Rationale and Need to Articulate Medical and Dental Data / Valerie J.H. Powell, Franklin M. Din -- HIT Considerations: Informatics and Technology Needs and Considerations / Miguel Humberto Torres-Urquidy -- Metrics and Measurements / Valerie J.H. Powell, Amit Acharya -- Broader Considerations of Medical and Dental Data Integration / Stephen Foreman, Joseph Kilsdonk -- International Perspectives / Miguel Humberto Torres-Urquidy -- An Integrated Medical-Dental Electronic Health Record Environment: A Marshfield Experience / Amit Acharya, Natalie Yoder, Greg Nycz -- Conclusion and Recommendations / Franklin M. Din, Valerie J.H. Powell.
  • 2012From: Springer
    K. Sasaki, O. Suzuki, N. Takahashi, editors ; P. Stashenko, ... [et al.], associate editors.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Keiichi Sasaki, Osamu Suzuki, Nobuhiro Takahashi, editors.
    The Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry first introduced the concept of ĺlInterface Oral Health Scienceĺl, designed to establish and maintain healthy oral cavities, which are home to a number of mixed systems. Included in those systems are: (1) host tissues such as teeth, mucosa, muscle and bone, (2) parasites and microorganisms cohabiting the surfaces of the oral cavity, and (3) biomaterials that are used for the rehabilitation of oral functions. In addition, (4) these systems are subject to severe and complex mechanical forces. Therefore, it is critical to promote dental studies that integrate a wide range of interdisciplinary research as medicine, agriculture, material science, engineering, and pharmacology. With this incentive, international symposiums for interface oral health science have been held several times in the past. The concept has since refined and expanded, the result being the ĺlBiosis-Abiosis Intelligent Interface,ĺl and projects aiming at the creation of highly functional and autonomic intelligent interfaces are ongoing. This book brings together a number of studies on incentives and projects by leading authors. Topics include biosis-abiosis interface of dental implants, biomaterials in interface science, biomedical engineering interface, and cell manipulation and tissue regeneration. Readers not only from the field of dentistry but also many related areas will find this book a valuable resource.
  • 2017From: Springer
    Keiichi Sasaki, Osamu Suzuki, Nobuhiro Takahashi, editors.
    Part I Symposium I: Biomaterials in interface science -- 1. Low-modulus Ti Alloys Suitable for Rods in Spinal Fixation Devices -- 2. Ceramic coating of Ti and its alloys using dry processes for biomedical applications -- 3. Dealloying Toxic Ni from SUS316L Surface -- 4. Bio-ceramic coating of Ca-Ti-O system compound by laser chemical vapor deposition -- Part II Symposium II: Innovation for oral science and application -- 5. Development of a Robot-assisted Surgery System for Cranial-Maxillofacial Surgery -- 6. Facilitating the movement of qualified dental graduates to provide dental services across ASEAN member states -- 7. Putting the mouth into health: the importance of oral health for general health -- 8. Orofacial stem cells for cell based therapies of local and systemic diseases -- 9. Biomaterials in Caries Prevention and Treatment -- Part III Symposium III: Regenerative oral science -- 10. Efficacy of Calcium Phosphate-based Scaffold Materials on Mineralized and Non-mineralized Tissue Regeneration -- 11. Gene Delivery and Expression Systems in Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells -- 12. Emerging Regenerative Approaches for Periodontal Regeneration: The Future Perspective of Cytokine Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy -- 13. Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Tooth Number -- Part IV Symposium IV: Medical device innovation for diagnosis and treatment of biosis-abiosis interface -- 14. Open Source Technologies and Workflows in Digital Dentistry -- 15. Detection of Early Caries by Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy -- 16. Acoustic Diagnosis Device for Dentistry -- Part V Poster Presentation Award Winners -- 17. Activation of TLR3 enhance stemness and immunomodulatory properties of periodontal ligament stem cells (PDLSCs) -- 18. Influence of Exogenous IL-12 on Human Periodontal Ligament Cells -- 19. Development and performance of low cost beta-type Ti-based alloys for biomedical applications using Mn additions -- 20. Effect of Titanium Surface Modifications of Dental Implants on Rapid Osseointegration -- 21. Development of Powder Jet Deposition Technique and New Treatment for Discolored Teeth -- 22. Osteogenetic effect of low-magnitude high-frequency loading and parathyroid hormone on implant interface in osteoporosis.
  • 2010From: Springer
    T. Sasano, O. Suzuki, editors ; P. Stashenko ... [et al.], associate editors.
  • 1914-From: Google Books
    Körbitz, Alfred.
    Also available: Print – v. 1, 1914.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    edited by Patricia M. de Freitas, Alyne Simoes.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    editors, Michael Miloro, Antonia Kolokythas.
    Ambulatory anesthesia -- Third molar surgery -- Implant surgery -- Maxillofacial trauma -- Orthognathic surgery -- Distraction osteogenesis -- Obstructive sleep apnea -- Cleft craniofacial surgery -- Cosmetic surgery -- Temporomandibular joint surgery -- Ablative oral/head and neck surgery -- Lip cancer -- Hard tissue reconstruction -- Soft tissue reconstruction -- Microvascular composite bone flaps.
  • 2006From: Springer
    T.A. Larheim, P.-L. Westesson.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Alan B. Carr, DMD, MS, David T. Brown, DDS, MS.
    Partially edentulous epidemiology, physiology, and terminology -- Considerations for managing partial tooth loss : tooth replacements from the patient perspective -- Classification of partially edentulous arches -- Biomechanics of removable partial dentures -- Major and minor connectors -- Rests and rest seats -- Direct retainers -- Indirect retainers -- Denture base considerations -- Principles of removable partial denture design -- Surveying -- Considerations for the use of dental implants with removable partial dentures -- Diagnosis and treatment planning -- Preparation of the mouth for removable partial dentures -- Preparation of abutment teeth -- Impression materials and procedures for removable partial dentures -- Support for the distal extension denture base -- Occlusal relationships for removable partial dentures -- Laboratory procedures -- Work authorizations for removable partial dentures -- Initial placement, adjustment, and servicing of the removable partial denture -- Relining and rebasing the removable partial denture -- Repairs and additions to removable partial dentures -- Interim removable partial dentures -- Removable partial denture considerations in maxillofacial prosthetics.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Jeffrey A. Dean, DDS, MSD, Chief of Staff, Office of the Chancellor, Indian University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Ralph E. Macdonald Professor of Pediatric Dentistry and Professor of Orthodontics, Indiana University School of Dentistry, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, Indianapolis, Indiana, David R. Avery, DMD, MSD, EdD, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Indiana University School of Dentistry, Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianpolis, Indiana, Ralph E. McDonald, DDS, MPH, Assistant Professor, Pediatric Dentistry, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Sven Otto, editor.
    Osteonecrosis of the jaws is a well-known side-effect of antiresorptive therapy that predominantly occurs in patients suffering from malignant diseases and receiving intravenous administrations of nitrogen-containing bisphosphonates or subcutaneous administrations of denosumab, a monoclonal antibody. Less frequently it may also be observed in patients with osteoporosis who are being treated with these antiresorptive drugs. This textbook provides detailed, up-to-date information on all aspects of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaws, including clinical features, pathogenesis, treatment options, and preventive measures. It also explains safe prevention and treatment strategies for patients receiving antiresorptive drugs who require extractions, implant insertions, and other dento-alveolar surgeries. This book will be of major interest for medical and dental students, dentists, and oral and maxillofacial surgeons as well as osteologists and oncologists.
  • 2009From: WHO
    editors, J. Bánóczy, P.E. Persen, A. J. Rugg-Gunn.
    1. Milk, nutrition and human health / A. J. Rugg-Gunn and P. E. Petersen -- 2. Clinical studies / J. Bánóczy and A.J. Rugg-Gunn -- 3. Basic science studies / W. M. Edgar -- 4. The addition of fluoride to milk / A. E. Villa -- 5. The Implementation of community based programmes / S. M. Woodward -- 6. Evaluating fluoride exposure in milk fluoridation programmes / A. E. Villa -- 7. Programme evaluation / P. E. Petersen and A. J. Rugg-Gunn -- 8. Conclusions
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2014From: Wiley
    edited by Dr. Mahmoud Torabinejad.
    Pulp and periradicular pathways, pathosis, and closure / Mahmoud Torabinejad -- Chemical properties of mineral trioxide aggregate / David W. Berzins -- Physical properties of mineral trioxide aggregate / Lawrence Gettleman and Ricardo Caicedo -- Use of MTA in vital pulp therapy / Till Dammaschke, Joe Camp, and George Bogen -- Use of MTA in teeth with necrotic pulps and open apices / Shahrokh Shabahang and David Witherspoon -- Use of MTA in regenerative endodontics / Mahmoud Torabinejad, Robert P. Corr, and George T.J. Huang -- Use of MTA as root perforation repair / Mahmoud Torabinejad and Ron Lemon -- Root canal obturation with MTA / George Bogen, Ingrid Lawaty, and Nicholas Chandler -- Use of MTA as root end filling / Seung-Ho Baek and Su-Jong Shin -- Calcium silicate-based cements / Masoud Parirokh and Mahmoud Torabinejad.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    editors, Laurie K. McCauley, Martha J. Somerman.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    edited by Stephen K. Harrel, Thomas G. Wilson, Jr.
    Overview of minimally invasive therapy / Stephen K. Harrel and Thomas G. Wilson, Jr. -- Visualization for minimally invasive periodontal therapy : an overview / Stephen K. Harrel -- Ultrasonic endoscopic periodontal debridement / John Y. Kwan and Suzanne Newkirk -- Endoscope use in daily hygiene practice / Kara Webb and Angela Anderson -- The use of the dental endoscope and videoscope for diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases / Thomas G. Wilson, Jr. -- Development of minimally invasive periodontal surgical techniques / Stephen K. Harrel -- The MIS and V-MIS surgical procedure / Stephen K. Harrel -- Minimally invasive surgical technique (MIST) and modified-MIST (M-MIST) in periodontal regeneration / Dott Pierpaolo (Sandro) Cortellini -- MI soft tissue grafting / Edward P. Allen and Lewis C. Cummings -- Future potential for minimally invasive periodontal therapy / Stephen K. Harrel and Thomas G. Wilson, Jr.
  • 2018From: ClinicalKey
    editor-in-chief, Arthur H. Jeske, DMD, PhD.
    "No dental office should be without this quick-reference drug guide! Mosby's Dental Drug Reference, 12th Edition profiles the most commonly used drugs in dentistry, with emphasis on dental-specific considerations. More than 800 drug monographs make it easy to find information such as dosages, indications, contraindications, interactions, precautions, side effects, and serious reactions. Online resources include over 100 additional drug monographs, photos of common oral complications, patient education guides, and more. From lead editor Arthur Jeske, a well-known researcher and author in dental pharmacology, this pocket-sized reference provides the current, concise drug information you need at the point of care"--Publisher's description.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    Neil S. Norton ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado [and others].
    Neil S. Norton, PhD, uses more than 600 full-color images from the Netter Collection to richly depict all of the key anatomy that's relevant to clinical practice. This new edition takes your knowledge further than ever with more Netter illustrations; addition of over 20 cone beam CT images; new chapters on the upper limbs, thorax, and abdomen; and more than 100 multiple-choice questions. Whether for your dental anatomy course, board review, or as a handy reference in your dental office, this concise, visual guide is an excellent anatomy atlas and quick reference for students and professionals in dentistry and dental hygiene. Master anatomy for the head and neck and beyond, including upper limbs, thorax, and abdomen. Stay current on hot topics like cone beam CT imaging, intraoral injections, and anesthesia. Recognize the context and clinical relevance of head and neck anatomy through additional coverage of dental procedures. Prepare effectively for the dental boards with over 100 multiple-choice questions.
  • 2009From: Springer
    by Margaritis Z. Pimenidis.
    Experience changes the brain -- Functional and dysfunctional aspects of cerebral cortex -- Sensory deprivation of the brain -- Looking Into the "Black Box" -- Language and speech -- Mastication in man -- Occlusion and mastication -- Applied neurophysiological concepts in orthodontics -- Clinical brain function -- Orthodontic avenues to neuroplasticity.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Paul A. Levi, Jr., Robert J. Rudy, Y. Natalie Jeong, Daniel K. Coleman.
    Empowering Your Patients: From Compliance to Concordance: Basics -- Methods of Plaque Removal by the Patient. Instrumentation for Diagnosis and Basic Treatment of Gingivitis/Periodontitis: Periodontal Probing and Detection of Calculus -- Theory of Scaling, Root Planing, Soft Tissue Curettage -- Local Anesthesia for Scaling, Root Planing and Gingival Curettage -- Hand Instrumentation -- Power Instruments. Pharmacotherapeutics: Theory -- Local Delivery -- Systemic -- Oral rinses. Supportive therapy/Necessary for Long Term Success: Step by step protocol for maintenance hygiene therapy -- Relationship between general dental office and periodontal specialist office -- Relationship between patient and therapist.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Riva Touger-Decker, Connie Mobley, Joel B. Epstein, editors.
    Nutrition and Oral Medicine, Second Edition addresses the complex, multifaceted relationships between nutrition and oral health, explores proposed relationships between oral, systemic and nutritional well-being and provides insights into interprofessional, comprehensive care for individuals. Chapters focus on diet, nutrition and oral health promotion and disease prevention across the lifespan, oral and dental diseases and disorders, oral manifestations of systemic diseases, and discussions of the synergy between oral tissues and nutrients. Cutting edge research issues regarding the relationship of individual antioxidants, trace elements, polyphenols and other nutrient substrates and oral health/disease, nutrigenomics, screening for nutrition and oral risk and other areas are covered in detail. Editors and authors include experts in nutrition and oral health from around the world. Nutrition and Oral Medicine, Second Edition is a invaluable resource for health professionals in the fields of nutrition and dentistry as well as other disciplines whose research, practice and education includes nutrition and oral medicine. It is an excellent resource for graduate level nutrition and dental students, dental and nutrition practitioners, educators and researchers as well as other health professionals.
  • 2012From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Chrissa Kioussi.
    Histological analysis of the embryonic and adult tooth / Atsushi Ohazama -- Determination of gene expression patterns by whole-mount in situ hybridization / Sergiy Kyryachenko [and others] -- Determination of gene expression patterns by in situ hybridization in sections/ Kateryna Kyrylkova [and others] -- Immunohistochemistry and detection of proliferating cells by BrdU / Sergiy Kyryachenko [and others] -- Detection of apoptosis by TUNEL assay / Kateryna Kyrylkova [and others] -- Use of siRNA in dental tissue-derived cell cultures : integrin knockdown in fibroblasts / Malgorzata M. Barczyk, Donald Gullberg, and Anne Isine Bolstad -- Organ cultures and kidney-capsule grafting of tooth germs / Keishi Otsu, Naoki Fujiwara, and Hidemitsu Harada -- Evaluation of skull and tooth morphology and mineralization using high-resolution x-ray tomography / Brian K. Bay -- Electron microscopy / Hans U. Luder and Margrit Amstad-Jossi -- Deoxyoligonucleotide microarrays for gene expression profiling in murine tooth germs / Harald Osmundsen, Anne-Marthe Jevnaker, and Maria A. Landin -- Lineage differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells from dental pulp, apical papilla, and periodontal ligament / Kentaro Akiyama [and others] -- In vivo transplantation and tooth repair / Shuhei Tsuchiya and Masaki J. Honda -- Methods to validate tooth-supporting regenerative therapies / Miguel Padial-Molina [and others] -- Generation of a bioengineered tooth by using a three-dimensional cell manipulation method (organ germ method) / Masamitsu Oshima [and others] -- In vitro studies on odontogenic tumors / Javier Caton, Thimios A. Mitsiadis, and Peter R. Morgan -- Whole mount immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization of larval and adultzZebra fish dental tissues / Barbara Verstraeten, Ellen Sanders, and Ann Huysseune.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Hugh Devlin.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    editors, Raymond J. Fonseca [and others].
    Describing the diagnosis and management of maxillofacial and associated traumatic injuries step by step, this 4th Edition takes you beyond the surgical management of head and neck trauma to cover the general management of traumatic injuries, systemic evaluation of the trauma patient, and special considerations associated with maxillofacial trauma patient care. New to this edition are over 700 full-color illustrations showing details of traumatic injuries and their treatment. Edited by head and neck trauma expert Dr. Raymond J. Fonseca, along with over 80 highly respected contributors, this comprehensive reference provides all of the information you need to offer the best care possible to maxillofacial trauma patients. UPDATED content reflects current thinking and the latest techniques in the management of traumatic injuries. NEW full-color illustrations and design highlight clinical areas and show details of injuries and their treatment.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Hugh Devlin, Ichiro Nishimura, editors.
    Dentists are routinely faced with a huge choice of implant systems from different manufacturers, each of whom claims that its own particular system has advantages over the others. There is consequently a need for an evidence-based review of the field that offers authoritative practical guidance for dental practitioners. Oral and Cranial Implants: Recent Research Developments has been written with this in mind. It brings together all the recent key developments in implant research and discusses the underlying science relating to implant procedures and failures.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    Crispian Scully.
    The new edition of this highly successful volume continues to offer readers with a systemized and objective approach to the practice of oral and maxillofacial medicine. Winner of the Royal Society of Medicine and Society of Authors Book Award in the category of 'New Authored Book' (2004), and Highly Commended in the British Medical Association Book Awards (2009), this volume is ideal for senior dental students, dental practitioners and for trainees and practitioners in oral medicine, surery, and pathology in particular. Allows the reader to adopt a systematic approach to history taking Explains how to examine patients and their oral lesions systematically to start formulating differential diagnoses Identifies which sites may be affected by the presenting condition and what to look for at the sites Explains when clinical investigations are indicated, which are appropriate, and how to perform them Shows the reader how to interpret the findings of routine clinical investigations and understand the potential implications for the patient Identifies relevant follow-up questions that may further clarify the findings of the clinical examination and refocus the history Explains how to recognise the scope of oral and maxillofacial diseases and the importance of their medical management in addition to the traditional dental focus of the discipline Shows the reader how to identify lesions and understand their potential implications for the patient Explains how to advise the patient about the aetiology of oral lesions and their predisposing factors Identifies a range of therapeutic options for the patient and emphasises the need for regular review and re-appraisal of the condition Provides an understanding of how treatment may impact, positively or negatively, upon the condition Identifies the need to refer for advice, investigations or treatment by dental, medical or surgical specialists Shows the reader how to recognise the importance of close liaison with colleagues in other disciplines, particular imaging, medicine, pathology and surgery.
  • Brad W. Neville, Douglas D. Damm, Carl M. Allen, Jerry E. Bouquot.
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    "Be prepared to diagnose and manage any condition you encounter in your practice! This bestselling reference gives you direct access to a complete range of full-color clinical images and patient radiographs that illustrate the differentiating characteristics of lesions in the oral and maxillofacial region. Significantly revised and updated content throughout this edition brings you the latest information on the etiology, clinical features, histopathology, treatment, and prognosis of each disease entity, as well as cutting-edge topics such as bisphosphonate osteonecrosis, the oral complications associated with methamphetamine abuse, solitary fibrous tumors, gene mutation, and plasminogen deficiency. Over 1,300 clinical photos and radiographs, most in full color, facilitate identification and classification of lesions. Current concepts of pathogenesis and disease management help you understand the diseases that affect the oral and maxillofacial structures, formulate an accurate diagnosis, and institute proper treatment. Each chapter is logically organized by body system or disease group, enabling you to easily identify a specific condition. A comprehensive appendix of differential diagnosis among oral and maxillofacial disease processes helps you rule out invalid diagnoses. The bibliography divided by topic presented at the end of each chapter enables you to pursue supplemental literature. Highly accomplished authors and contributors with a broad range of clinical and classroom teaching experience provide well-balanced coverage of the entire subject. Chapter outlines at the beginning of each chapter allow immediate access to specific topics. Over 200 new illustrations have been added to this popular, visual reference. A new section on bisphosphonate-associated osteonecrosis thoroughly explores and illustrates this recently identified complication resulting from medications used to prevent bone loss in patients with multiple myeloma, metastatic tumors, and osteoporosis. A new section about the oral complications of methamphetamine abuse details characteristic oral manifestations such as "meth mouth caries" and factitial injuries. Expanded coverage of oral piercings, intraoral tattoos, and other body modifications includes unusual entities such as tongue splitting and charm needles. A new section on transient lingual papillitis sheds light on this common cause of transitory tongue irritation. A new section on solitary fibrous tumors familiarizes you with this popular designation for certain benign fibrous neoplasms. A new section on hypoplasminogenemia (ligneous conjunctivitis), or plasminogen deficiency, includes images from a patient case that illustrate the characteristic gingival lesions associated with this rare but fascinating systemic condition. A new section on hereditary mucoepithelial dysplasia describes the characteristic oral manifestations that can lead you to accurately diagnose this condition, potentially preventing a woman with this disorder from having cytologically unusual cells misdiagnosed as carcinoma on her cervical PAP smears. A new section discusses the clinical and microscopic features of chronic ulcerative stomatitis, an immune-mediated condition of the oral mucosa that presents with erosive lesions and is often mistaken for lichen planus. The chapter on Forensic Dentistry has been thoroughly revised and updated by leading forensic odontology author, Dr. Edward Herschaft, to include the latest information on this fascinating topic. Several chapters have been updated to include the most current knowledge of specific gene mutations associated with hereditary oral disorders."--Publisher's website.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Brad W. Neville, Douglas D. Damm, Carl M. Allen, Angela C. Chi.
    Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, 4th Edition provides state-of-the-art information on the wide variety of diseases that may affect the oral and maxillofacial region. Over 1,400 radiographs and full-color clinical photos - that's more than any other reference - bring pathologies and conditions to life. New to this edition is coverage of the latest advances in diagnosis and disease management, plus topics such as hereditary dental anomalies and oral lesions associated with cosmetic fillers.
  • v. 1-3=, 2018From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Raymond. J. Fonseca.
    V. 1. Profession and practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery, anesthesia and pain control, dentoalveolar surgery, implant surgery / volume editor, Raymond J. Fonseca ; section editors, Michael P. Powers, David E. Frost, Bach Le -- v. 2. Trauma, surgical pathology, temporomandibular disorders / volume editor, Raymond J. Fonseca ; section editors, Eric R. Carlson, Raymond J. Fonseca, Gregory M. Ness -- v. 3. Orthognathic surgery, esthetic surgery, cleft and craniofacial surgery / volume editor, Raymond J. Fonseca ; section editors, Timothy A. Turvey, Bernard J. Costello, Ramon L. Ruiz.
  • 2010From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Gregory J. Seymour, Mary P. Cullinan, Nicholas C.K. Heng.
    Gene therapy of salivary diseases -- Collection, storage, and processing of saliva samples for downstream molecular applications -- Proteomic analysis of saliva: 2D gel electrophoresis, LC-MS/MS, and Western blotting -- Transcriptomic analyses of saliva -- The oral microbiota : General overview, taxonomy, and nucleic acid techniques -- Microbial community profiling using terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP) and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) -- Protocols to study the physiology of oral biofilms -- Adhesion of yeast and bacteria to oral surfaces -- Quantitative analysis of periodontal pathogens by ELISA and real-time polymerase chain reaction -- Bacterial viability determination in a dentinal tubule infection model by confocal laser scanning microscopy -- Characterization of anti-competitor activities produced by oral bacteria -- Natural transformation of oral streptococci -- Use of in vivo-induced antigen technology (IVIAT) to identify virulence factors of porphyromonas gingivalis -- Oral bacterial genome sequencing using the high-throughput roche genome sequencer FLX system -- Use of a yeast-based membrane protein expression technology to overexpress drug resistance efflux pumps -- Explant culture of embryonic craniofacial tissues : Analyzing effects of signaling molecules on gene expression -- A method to isolate, purify, and characterize human periodontal ligament stem cells -- Preclinical methods for the evaluation of periodontal regeneration in vivo -- Proteomic analysis of dental tissue microsamples -- Immunological techniques : ELISA, flow cytometry, and immunohistochemistry -- Analysis of immune responses to purified recombinant antigens of periodontal pathogens -- Single-strand conformation polymorphism analysis for the diagnosis of T-cell clonality in periodontal disease -- Real-time PCR focused-gene array profiling of gingival and periodontal ligament fibroblasts -- The use of gene arrays in deciphering the pathobiology of periodontal diseases -- Bioinformatics techniques in microarray research : Applied microarray data analysis using R and SAS software.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Tadaaki Kirita, Ken Omura, editors.
    Oral cancer is frequently diagnosed late, when the disease has advanced with lesions that are large and deeply invasive and with metastasis to regional lymph nodes, leading to increased mortality. Moreover, late diagnosis and treatment often result in considerable morbidity of oral and maxillofacial structures and poor appearance and function following therapy. This book provides head and neck oncologists, oral oncologists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, medical oncologists, dentists and other members of dental teams furnishing supportive care with a systematic review of recent diagnostic and therapeutic advances in oral cancer. The various authoritative chapters are prepared by specialists who are active leaders in each basic and clinical field. All chapters address individual and collective issues that arise in managing oral cancer patients with difficult treatment problems and provide insight into the multiple valid management approaches available. The authors offer an extensive source of information about oral cancers and encourage the clinician to be flexible and innovative, giving physicians and medical personnel the background information to make the best, educated, responsible decisions for individual patients.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ravi Mehrotra, editor.
    Oral Cytology: A Concise Guide provides a state-of-the-art review of the major issues specific to the field of oral cytology. The sections of the book have been structured to review the complexities of sample collection, manual/automated analysis, pitfalls, gray zones and controversies in diagnosis, as well as, issues not covered by other available materials. Recent advancements in ancillary techniques like DNA ploidy, image analysis and molecular biology are discussed in detail. This useful text is extensively illustrated with patient and microscopic pictures, which will further highlight the clinical application. Throughout the text, simultaneous inclusion of both cytologic and histologic images will allow cyto-histological correlation. Readers will find descriptions of techniques offering greater simplicity, speed, patient comfort and cost effectiveness, as well as improved diagnostic precision. This bench-side reference is a unique and valuable resource in the field of oral cytology, both for those currently in training and clinicians dealing with the diagnosis of oral lesions.
  • 2013From: WHO
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2016From: Springer
    Anne Marie Lynge Pedersen, editor.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    editor, Peter B. Lockhart.
    In-hospital care of the dental patient -- Outpatient management of the medically comprised patient -- Oral medicine : a problem-oriented approach -- Consultations -- Dental, oral, and maxillofacial emergencies -- Medical emergencies -- Maxillofacial prosthetics.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    Sook-Bin Woo.
    Developmental and congenital conditions -- Noninfectious papillary lesions -- Bacterial, viral, fungal, and other infectious conditions -- Fibrous, gingival, lipocytic, and miscellaneous tumors -- Vascular, neural, and muscle tumors -- Ulcerative and inflammatory conditions -- Immune-mediated, autoimmune, and granulomatous conditions -- Pigmented lesions -- Reactive keratotic lesions (nonleukoplakias) -- Leukoplakia, oral dysplasia, and squamous cell carcinoma -- Inflammatory salivary gland disorders -- Salivary gland neoplasms -- Intraosseous odontogenic cysts and tumors and other intraosseous lesions -- Odontogenic tumors -- Nonodontogenic intraosseous lesions.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    Joseph A. Regezi, James J. Sciubba, Richard C.K. Jordan.
    Clinical overview -- Vesiculobullous diseases -- Ulcerative conditions -- White lesions -- Red-blue lesions -- Pigmented lesions -- Verrucal-papillary lesions -- Connective tissue lesions -- Salivary gland diseases -- Lymphoid lesions -- Cysts of the jaws and neck -- Odontogenic tumors -- Benign nonodontogenic tumors -- Inflammatory jaw lesions -- Malignancies of the jaws -- Metabolic and genetic diseases -- Abnormalities of teeth.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    edited by Peter James Thomson.
    Structure and function of oral mucosa -- Oral carcinogenesis -- Clinical presentation of oral precancer -- Diagnostic methods -- Pathological aspects of oral precancer -- Management of oral precancer -- Clinical outcome -- Malignant transformation and oral cancer development -- The future -- Case histories.

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