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Surgical Design for Dental
Reconstruction with Implants:
A New Paradigm
by Martin Chin. (2016)
This book presents a novel strategy to improve
the outcome of maxillofacial reconstruction by
combining evolving principles of neurophysiology
and tissue engineering with an integrated
surgical and laboratory technique. This book
bridges the gap between the routine practice of
maxillofacial surgery and theoretical laboratory
science. Chapters set down clear, specific
treatment-planning principles plus detail the
laboratory and surgical techniques that make
precise skeletal movements predictable.
Recognizing and Correcting
A Problem-Oriented Approach to
ed by Eustaquio A. Araujo and
Peter H. Buschang. (2016)
Based on decades of experience in clinical
practice and education, Drs. Araújo and
Buschang clearly present treatment protocols
for mixed-dentition patients with various
malocclusions and other orthodontic problems.
Class I, Class II, and Class III malocclusions
are covered extensively, along with eruptive
deviations and open-bite malocclusions.
Principles of Design and
Fabrication in Prosthodontics
by Arnold Hohman and Werner Hielscher.
Unlike other prosthodontic texts, this one is
written from a design perspective, explaining
the rationale behind the most minute of design
considerations. Entire chapters are devoted
to supporting elements of restorations, such
as attachments, anchors and clasps, and the
statics of partial dentures, underscoring the
book's emphasis on stability during function
and how to make wise design choices to
achieve it. It also includes instructions on
fabrication, delineating the responsibilities of
the dental technician and the dentists.
Articles are available as additional reading to
complement all CPD courses, including:
KISSolutions: Contemporary Treatment
Modulaties for Predictable Dentistry
by Dr Paulo Monteiro & Dr Chris Evans
Example: Direct composite resin layering
techniques for creating lifelike CAD/CAM
fabricated composite resin veneers and crowns
by B. LeSage. J Pros Dent 112 (1): 5-8.
How to Use Stainless Steel Crowns
by Dr M. Desai
Example: The use of stainless steel crowns: a
systematic literature review by N.S. Seale. Ped
Dent 2015; 37 (2): 147-62.
Ask library staff for scanned copy of these or
any other article you need.
The Effect of Culture on Pain Sensitivity
by M. Al-Harthy et.al. J Oral Rehab 43 (2):81-88.
Orofacial Pain and Management:
The Challenge for Dentists
by B. Dean. Ont Dent 92 (3):20-22.
Informed Consent: Corner Stone in
Ethical Medical and Dental Practice
by H. Kakar et.al. J Fam Med Prim Care 3 (1):
Ask library staff to email a copy of any
additional reading materials you may need
Evidence Based Dentistry
Example: A practical approach to evidence-based
dentistry: Pts I-X J Am Dent Assoc 145 (11) :
1105-7 - 146 (12): 919-24.
Example: Evidence-based concepts and
procedures for bonded inlays and onlays. Part II.
Guidelines for cavity preparation and restoration
fabrication by G.T. Rocca. Int J Esth Dent 10 (3):
Example: Evidence-based update of pediatric
dental restorative procedures: dental materials
by V. Dhar. J Clin Ped Dent 39 (4): 303-10.
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