Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice is a definitive clinical guide to orthognathic surgery, from initial diagnosis and treatment planning to surgical management and postoperative care.
Addresses the major craniofacial anomalies and complex conditions of the jaw and face that require surgery
Edited by two highly experienced specialists, with contributions from an international team of experts
Enhanced by case studies, note boxes and more than 2000 clinical photographs and illustrations
Serves as an essential reference for higher trainees and practicing clinicians in cranio-maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, plastic and reconstructive surgery and allied specialties
Oral Wound Healing: Cell Biology and Clinical Management brings experts from around the world together to provide an authoritative reference on the processes, principles and clinical management of wound healing in the oral mucosa. Promoting a thorough understanding of current research on the topic, this new resource draws together thinking on the basic biological processes of wound healing in the oral environment, as well as providing more detailed information and discussion on processes such as inflammation, reepithelialization and angiogenesis. Beyond this, the book goes on to examine topics pertinent to the effective clinical management of oral wound healing, bringing together chapters on large dento-facial defects, dental implants, periodontal regeneration, and pulp healing.An essential synthesis of current research and clinical applications, Oral Wound Healing will be an indispensable resource for dental specialists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons as well as researchers in oral medicine and biology.
Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients, Sixth Edition provides succinct, yet comprehensive information on in-hospital care and outpatient management of the medically complex dental patient, as well as the management of non-surgical problems of the maxillofacial region. Fully revised to include up-to-date information on procedures and medications, the Sixth Edition contains over 15 additional charts and tables for rapid reference and expanded coverage on maxillofacial prosthodontics and increasingly prevalent conditions, such as ONJ.
Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients follows a practical approach, organizing essential information into quickly referenced tables, easy-to-read diagrams and step-by-step procedures. Replete with examples of hospital charts, operative notes, and consultations, the book provides thorough coverage of the broad scope of clinical problems and patient populations encountered by dentists. A truly must-have resource Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients serves the needs of an increasing number of dental students, residents in general practice and specialty training, and practitioners engaged in the care of both hospitalized and ambulatory patients.
Journal of Prosthodontics on Complex Restorations compiles 34 of the journal’s best articles discussing complex restorative dental challenges, collecting notable works on the subject.
Presents a curated list of the best peer-reviewed articles on complex restorations from the pages of Journal of Prosthodontics
Covers management of maxillofacial defects using CAD/CAM technology, tooth wear, congenital disorders, orthodontic/prosthodontic patients, patients with surgical and maxillofacial challenges, and completely edentulous patients using new ceramic material
Offers a mix of clinical reports, research articles, and reviews
Vertical Augmentation of the Alveolar Ridge in Implant Dentistry: A Surgical Manual presents the main methods of vertical ridge augmentation in a clinically focused surgical manual. After an introductory section to the alveolar ridge and requirements for dental implants, sections are devoted to each procedure: guided bone regeneration, sinus lift, distraction osteogenesis, block grafting, and free bone flaps.
Chapters written by international experts in each augmentation procedure
Step-by-step instruction for each technique
More than 1,100 clinical photographs and illustrations
By (author): Maria Grazia Piancino, Stephanos Kyrkanides
Unilateral posterior crossbite is a problem often seen in orthodontic practice, and properly understanding chewing patterns will lead to the most effective treatment program. Drawing on their research and available literature, Drs. Piancino and Kyrkanides present a fascinating look at chewing cycles and their role in the functional treatment of unilateral posterior crossbite.
Describes the physiology and pathology of chewing patterns and muscular activation in humans
Explains chewing patterns and muscular coordination, and their influence on the growth and harmony of the stomatognathic system
Clinical instruction for checking and correcting masticatory function and functional asymmetry in order to prevent the relapse of the malocclusion
Clinical cases walk readers through the treatment of seven crossbites
Tissue Engineering and Regeneration in Dentistry: Current Strategies presents a thorough update on the current advances, methods and understanding in tissue engineering in dentistry. It offers invaluable tools, case studies, and methodologies for undertaking research, including important biological and practical considerations to facilitate successful migration of research from the bench to the clinic.
Offers detailed coverage of the basic underlying principles and scientific evidence, and includes protocols to highlight practical applications
Written by an internationally renowned team of expert contributors
A must-have read for researchers and specialist clinicians in tissue engineering, oral biology, dental materials science, periodontology and oral surgery
Clinical Cases in Implant Dentistry presents 49 actual clinical cases, accompanied by academic commentary, that question and educate the reader about essential topics in implant dentistry, encompassing diagnosis, surgical site preparation and placement, restoration, and maintenance of dental implants.
Unique case-based format supports problem-based learning
Promotes independent learning through self-assessment and critical thinking
Highly illustrated with full-color clinical cases
Covers all essential topics within implant dentistry
The science and art of implant dentistry encompasses both complex surgical protocols and advanced prosthodontics, and no beginner can achieve excellence in this discipline without a clear understanding of the step-by-step guidelines. This established textbook, written by clinicians for clinicians, presents evidence-based protocols and focuses on the technical skill and practical craftsmanship that are essential to predictable outcomes in implant placement, augmentation, and restoration. Detailed clinical algorithms facilitate understanding of the various treatment options available, and checklists ensure that the proper protocol is followed before advancing to the next phase of therapy. Updated throughout, the book now features new sections on the use of cone beam imaging, computer-based diagnostics, and CAD/CAM restorative laboratory procedures. This book provides the perfect introduction to implantology with instruction to advance the skills and extend the clinical scope of every practitioner.
Section I Introduction and Assessment
2. Patient Selection and Treatment Philosophy
3. Patient Assessment
4. Medical Evaluation and Patient Management
5. Additional Diagnostic Procedures
6. Anatomical Variations
Section II Implant Placement: Surgery and Prosthodontics
7. Immediate Placement and Computer-guided Surgery
8. Delayed Placement in Adequate Bone with Mature Ridge
Integrated Clinical Orthodontics provides an important new resource on the clinical interactions between the practice of orthodontics and other areas of clinical dentistry and medicine. Having at its heart the paradigm of patient-centred care, the book not only integrates the knowledge, skills, and experience of all the disciplines of dentistry and medicine, but also eases the work of orthodontists in arriving at an accurate diagnosis and a comprehensive treatment plan. Presented in a highly visual and practical format, Integrated Clinical Orthodontics uses clinical case presentations to illustrate the rationale and application of the integrated approach to a variety of clinical scenarios. Integrated Clinical Orthodontics covers areas of complexity in clinical orthodontics, specifically the role of the orthodontist as a member of a multidisciplinary team. The book outlines and details the management of congenital orofacial deformities, sleep disorders, esthetic smile creation and temporomandibular joint problems, and additionally and importantly includes specific protocols for effective communication with experts in other specialties.