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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin September 2011
32 SePtember 2011 Prices do not include gst and may be subject to change Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry Dr Amr M. Moursi ISBN: 9780813807614 • Paperback • 304 pages • Wiley-Blackwell $A100 ex gst Wiley-Blackwell’s “Clinical Cases” series provides actual cases with an academic backbone. Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry applies theory and practice to real-life paediatric dentistry in a clinically relevant format. This approach supports the trend in case-based and problem-based learning, thoroughly covering topics ranging from infant oral health to complex pulp therapy. Highly illustrated and in full color, Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry will appeal to practising paediatric dentists, family dentists, students and faculty in paediatric dentistry departments. The book presents clinical cases, accompanied by academic commentary, that question and educate the reader about essential topics. Each chapter's progression from common to increasingly challenging clinical cases enables readers to build skills, and to think critically and independently. ADA NEWS SEP 11:Layout 1 1/8/11 3:34 PM Page 1 product news LIGHTER LESS bULKY OCCLUSAL SPLInT Stoneglass Dental Industries proudly announces the launch of its latest innovation, the DENTABITE OCCLUSAL SPLINT. Stoneglass has transferred a laboratory hand process to a state-of-the-art CAD-CAM process which produces an accurate fit splint providing benefits to both dentists and patients. Precision milling from TGA approved polycarbonate delivers a lighter, thinner, ‘long wear’ splint that is less bulky and more comfortable than older style acrylic products. The advanced material and precision milling process also results in a less porous splint which can, with normal use and care, last up to twice as long as acrylic products. The accuracy of DentaBite Splint Designer software and precision milling technologies delivers a final product that is easier to fit and finish on the patient saving the clinician both time and money. Results from the clinical trials* undertaken in association with a clinician based in an implant and aesthetic dentistry practice confirm the advantages of this technology for producing occlusal splints. For more information on DentaBite® contact: Steve Plakotaris; Stoneglass® Industries; 02 9764 1036; email: stevep@Stoneglass.com.au *Details of clinical trials are available by contacting DentaBite on 02 9764 1036. PRODUCT NEWS is a service to our readers and is not an advertisement for the products identified. Information reported here is provided by the manufacturers and distributors and, although it is screened for reliability, the News Bulletin does not assume responsibility for the accuracy of all data. Requests for additional information should be addressed to the manufacturers or distributors listed.
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