Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation and Advanced Root Instrumentation

Author: GEHRIG

Publisher: LWW

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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Walking dental hygiene students step-by-step through the "how to"--not just the "what" and "why"--of using periodontal and root instruments, this 8th Edition of Jill Gehrig's definitive resource features new chapters, new online technique videos, updated coverage of the latest evidence-based techniques and equipment, and an expanded array of online teaching and learning resources. Designed to make it easy for students to learn instrumentation, this practical book first takes students through basic skills--patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation--then covers advanced techniques, including assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of the root branches of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas. * Stand-alone modules provide step-by-step instructions for each major instrument classification (sickle scalars, universal curets, area-specific curets, etc.), providing instructors with maximum teaching flexibility. * Module outlines make it easy for students to locate specific information. * Chapter-opening learning objectives help students recognize and study important concepts. * A step-by-step format allows students to work independently and at their own pace--fostering autonomy and decision-making skills. * Key terms help students learn a whole new dental vocabulary as they move through the text. * Study aids, including boxes, tables, and flow charts, visually reinforce important content and permit quick reference during technique practice and at-home review. * Case-based patient experiences and critical thinking activities encourage students to apply concepts to clinical situations and help develop problem-solving skills. * Skill evaluation checklists guide student practice, promote self-assessment skills, and provide benchmarks for faculty evaluation of skill attainment. * Thirty-two FREE online videos (12 new to this edition) demonstrate instrumentation techniques.
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Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation & Advanced Root Instrumentation

Author: Jill S. Nield-Gehrig

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 637

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Now in full color, with over 1,400 photographs and illustrations, the Sixth Edition of this market-leading text is a step-by-step, highly visual guide to the how-to's of periodontal instrumentation. It takes students from basic skills such as patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation, all the way to advanced techniques such as assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas. Critical thinking activities and patient cases promote application of concepts and problem-solving skills. A brand-new bonus DVD packaged with this edition includes video clips demonstrating the techniques covered in the book.
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Reinforced Periodontal Instrumentation and Ergonomics for the Dental Care Provider

Author: Diane Millar

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 41

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This flip-chart book contains full-color photographs and step-by-step instructions demonstrating new, more efficient and ergonomic techniques for scaling teeth. These reinforced instrumentation techniques utilize both hands while scaling to apply more lateral pressure to the blade and increase control. Reinforced instrumentation techniques for each area of the mouth are shown. Each page presents photos comparing the ideal reinforcement technique with the conventional technique, shows how to implement protective ergonomic hand, wrist, arm, and sitting/standing positions, and demonstrates the use of magnification to see the working area clearly. The book also includes tips on stretching to help prevent cumulative trauma disorders.
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Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation and Advanced Root Instrumentation, Enhanced Edition

Author: Jill S. Gehrig

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 760

View: 390

Walking dental hygiene students step-by-step through the "how to"--not just the "what" and "why"--of using periodontal and root instruments, this Enhanced 8th Edition of Jill Gehrig's definitive resource features new chapters, new online technique videos, updated coverage of the latest evidence-based techniques and equipment, and an expanded array of online teaching and learning resources.Designed to make it easy for students to learn instrumentation, this practical book first takes students through basic skills--patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation--then covers advanced techniques, including assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of the root branches of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas.
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Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Anna Matsuishi Pattison

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 485

View: 750

Peridontal Instrumentation, Second Edition, is the perfect "how-to" manual for the dental hygiene student, dental student, and the practitioner seeking an instrumentation manual which covers both basic and advanced periodontal techniques. The authors have maintained the excellent coverage of basic instruments and skills, while adding state-of-the-art techniques that guarantee the most up-to-date coverage of periodontal instrumentation available. Each module consists of numerous lessons, each of which includes a convenient performance check list. Over 850 photographs illustrate step-by-step procedures, enhancing comprehension and providing a quick, reliable reference. 15 Principles of Scaling Exploring the Periodontal Patient Advanced Root Instrumentation, which describes treatment of furcations, line angles and deep narrow pockets Instruments Modified for Periodontal Patients including After Five curets, Mini Five curets, and Gracey Curvettes Use of Ultrasonic Scaling Devices
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Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation and Advanced Root Instrumentation

Author: Jill S. Gehrig

Publisher: LWW

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page:

View: 496

Walking dental hygiene students step-by-step through the "how to"--not just the "what" and "why"--of using periodontal and root instruments, this 8th Edition of Jill Gehrig's definitive resource features new chapters, new online technique videos, updated coverage of the latest evidence-based techniques and equipment, and an expanded array of online teaching and learning resources. Designed to make it easy for students to learn instrumentation, this practical book first takes students through basic skills--patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation--then covers advanced techniques, including assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of the root branches of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas. New Features: ? Twelve new online videos show students how to perform key instrumentation techniques. An all-new chapter on sub-gingival biofilm management using air polishing devices includes step-by-step instructions for set-up and use of this new technology. A new chapter on dental mirror use provides step-by-step instructions on using the dental mirror in all sextants of the mouth. A new chapter on communication skills includes fictitious patient cases that highlight key aspects of instrumentation, such as word choice when explaining recommended periodontal instrumentation procedures to patients and treatment planning for periodontal instrumentation. New material covers joint hypermobility and the impact of fingernail length on the grasp. New full color photos clarify key techniques. A new user-friendly design on thePoint includes expanded online resources that help students master concepts and skills.
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Contemporary Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Diane H. Schoen

Publisher: Saunders

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 246

View: 952

This interactive text takes a building block approach to the development of instrumentation skills. The principles of correct body posture and patient positioning are emphasized. Step-by-step simulations--accompanied by extensive photographs--demonstrate the correct way to use each tool. Both left and right-handed methods are covered. Includes step-by-step interactive simulation exercises that prepare readers for the clinical setting. Specific guidelines are presented in a chart-like format for easy reference in the classroom or clinical setting. Guidance for both the left-handed and right-handed clinician is included. Exercises for evaluating skills appear at the end of each section and include suggested answers. Learning aids include key words, review questions, and case studies.
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Techniques and Theory of Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Dorothy A. Perry

Publisher: Saunders

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 388

View: 964

Updated and comprehensive, this book covers the techniques and theory of periodontal instrumentation. The text describes techniques in the theoretical framework of their application to help develop both technical skills and clinical judgement.
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Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Jill S. Nield-Gehrig

Publisher: Lippincott Raven

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 548

View: 572

The Fourth Edition of this detailed, instructional guide to nonsurgical periodontal instrumentation guides readers step-by-step through technique. The revised edition offers a standalone module for each major topic, with introductory outlines, flowcharts, boxed reference sheets, summary sheets, tables, key terms, and rhyming reminders to emphasize key points and instrumentation techniques. New content includes: theory and technique for ultrasonic instrumentation; concepts in periodontal debridement; musculoskeletal disorders and neutral position for the clinician; and instrument selection and treatment planning for calculus removal.
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Contemporary Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Diane H. Schoen

Publisher: Saunders

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 246

View: 326

This interactive text takes a building block approach to the development of instrumentation skills. The principles of correct body posture and patient positioning are emphasized. Step-by-step simulations--accompanied by extensive photographs--demonstrate the correct way to use each tool. Both left and right-handed methods are covered. Includes step-by-step interactive simulation exercises that prepare readers for the clinical setting. Specific guidelines are presented in a chart-like format for easy reference in the classroom or clinical setting. Guidance for both the left-handed and right-handed clinician is included. Exercises for evaluating skills appear at the end of each section and include suggested answers. Learning aids include key words, review questions, and case studies.
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Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Jill S. Nield-Gehrig

Publisher: Lippincott Raven

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 548

View: 160

The Fourth Edition of this detailed, instructional guide to nonsurgical periodontal instrumentation guides readers step-by-step through technique. The revised edition offers a standalone module for each major topic, with introductory outlines, flowcharts, boxed reference sheets, summary sheets, tables, key terms, and rhyming reminders to emphasize key points and instrumentation techniques. New content includes: theory and technique for ultrasonic instrumentation; concepts in periodontal debridement; musculoskeletal disorders and neutral position for the clinician; and instrument selection and treatment planning for calculus removal.

Periodontal Instrumentation

Author: Navneet Kaur Sehgal

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN:

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Page: 276

View: 907

This book provides complete basic information as well as latest advancements in periodontal instruments in print form. It also provides various beneficial ways for the practitioner to treat the patients.knowledge of instrument design enables the clinician to select proper instrument for the procedure and correct area in which it will be used. The aim of this dissertation is to discuss various types of instruments which are used for an effective periodontal debridement, the proper technique of using these instruments as well as asic principles which are to be followed while periodontal instrumentation, so that goal of periodontal debridement is achieved with maximal efficacy of the clinician and minimal injury to the periodontal tissues.

Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation and Advanced Root Instrumentation, Enhanced Edition

Author: Jill XX

Publisher:

ISBN:

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Page: 760

View: 676

Walking dental hygiene students step-by-step through the "how to"--not just the "what" and "why"--of using periodontal and root instruments, this 8th Edition of Jill Gehrig's definitive resource features new chapters, new online technique videos, updated coverage of the latest evidence-based techniques and equipment, and an expanded array of online teaching and learning resources. Designed to make it easy for students to learn instrumentation, this practical book first takes students through basic skills--patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation--then covers advanced techniques, including assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of the root branches of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas.
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Contemporary Periodontics

Author: Robert J. Genco

Publisher: Mosby Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 729

View: 679

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