A guide to preparing teeth for indirect restorations, this book is designed to help seior undergraduates and recently qualified practitioners in constructing crowns for patients. It includes clinical advice and many tips for practising dentists.
Dental erosion is increasingly common. Given new understanding and knowledge of the aetiology of dental erosion and its management, this is a timely and valuable addition to the popular 'Quintessentials for Dental Practitioners' series.
This text aims to provide the reader with an illustrated approach to managing the oral consequences of systemic diseases that present within and around the peridontal tissues. It uses the clinical appearance of the lesions as the starting point for discussion so that practitioners can follow a logical step-wise approach.
Advances in caries diagnosis and management strategies, pulp protection philosophies, tooth preparation techniques, and dental materials have left practitioners somewhat uncertain as to what is best practice. This book answers many of the questions frequently posed by practitioners.
This book provides practitioners with a concise, practical overview of biological principles and practical techniques for handling endodontic failures. Because careful treatment planning is integral to success, case assessment and selection are emphasized.