Dentistry At A Glance

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Item#: 9781118629529
Edition 01
Author Kay, Elizabeth (Ed)
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A fully illustrated, concise and accessible introduction to the study of dentistry Central title in theAt a Glanceseries for dentistry studentsCovers the entire undergraduate clinical dentistry curriculumTopics presented as clear double-page spreads in the recognizableAt a GlancestyleContributions from leading figures across the field of dentistryCompanion website with self-assessment MCQs and further reading

Table of Contents
Contributors ixPreface xiAcknowledgements xiiAbout the companion website xiiiPart 1 Introduction 1 1 Principles of dental practice 22 Patient confidentiality 33 Record keeping 64 Consent 85 Communication with patients 106 History taking 127 Past medical history 148 Equipment and operating positions 169 Cross-infection control 1810 Examination of the mouth 2011 Special tests 2212 Reading and reporting radiographs 2413 Diagnostic ‘surgical sieve& 2614 Charting the oral cavity 2815 Periodontal assessment 3116 Treatment planning 34Part 2 Clinical presentations 37 Medical emergencies17 Sudden loss of consciousness 3818 Acute chest pain and cardiac arrest 4019 Difficulty
eathing 4220 Convulsions and choking 4421 Other emergencies 46Prevention of dental diseases22 Caries prevention 4823 Plaque reduction 5024 Prevention of periodontal disease 5225 Prevention of dental trauma 54Teeth and disease of tooth hard tissue26 The ‘normal& dentitions 5627 Variations in the number of teeth 5828 Variations in tooth morphology 6029 Enamel and dentine defects 6230 Fluorosis 6631 Tooth eruption and exfoliation 6832 Caries 7033 Tooth wear 73The structures supporting teeth and disease34 The normal gingivae 7635 The periodontal ligament 7836 Dental plaque and calculus 8037 Diseases of the gingivae and periodontium 82Intracoronal restorations of teeth38 Properties of tooth tissue 8439 Local anaesthesia for tooth restoration 8640 Tooth isolation 9041 Cavity preparation 9242 Cavity liners and conditioners 9443 Cavity preparation for plastic tooth restorations 9644 Choice of plastic restorative materials 9845 Plastic restorations 10046 Amalgam restorations 10147 Composite resin restorations 10248 Building composite resin restorations 10349 Non-plastic intracoronal restorations 10450 Crowns 10651 Glass ionomer cements and provisional restorations 109Replacement of missing teeth52 Resin-retained
idges 11053 Bridges 11254 Implant-retained options 11455 Partial dentures 11656 Implant overdentures 11857 Precision attachments 12058 Immediate insertion dentures 12259 Complete dentures 124Treatments for pulpal damage60 Pulp therapy (deciduous teeth) 12661 Pulp protection procedures for traumatised teeth 12862 Pulp removal (permanent teeth) 13063 Pulp canal obturation (permanent teeth) 132Paediatric dentistry64 Patient management 13465 Local anaesthesia 13666 Sedation and general anaesthesia 13867 Caries in deciduous teeth 14068 Paediatric dental materials 14269 Fissure sealants 14470 Dietary control 14671 Fluoride supplements 148Traumatic injuries72 Classification of trauma 15073 Accidental injury to primary teeth 15274 Non-accidental injury 15475 Tooth fractures 15676 Tooth displacement injuries 158Oral and maxillofacial surgery77 Instruments 16178 The patient in pain 16479 Extraction of teeth 16680 Surgical extractions 16881 Impacted third molars 17082 Biopsy 17283 Suturing 17484 Complications of exodontia 17685 Surgical endodontics 178Oral medicine and pathology86 Benign swellings in the oral cavity 18087 Odontogenic tumours and tumour-like lesions 18288 Odontogenic cysts 18489 Other bone diseases 18690 Temporomandibular joint disorders 18891 Mucosal diseases 19092 Oral cancer and precancer 19293 Salivary gland disorders 19494 Pigmented lesions 196Part 3 The medically compromised patient 199 95 Haematological disorders 20096 Immune disorders 20297 Cardiovascular disorders 20498 Respiratory disorders 20699 Gastroenterology and nutritional disorders 208100 Endocrine disorders 210101 Renal disease 212102 Intellectual impairment 213103 Neurological disorders 214104 Drugs and dental care 216Part 4 Orthodontics 219 105 The developing dentitions 220106 Orthodontic assessment 222107 Fixed orthodontic appliances 224108 Removable orthodontic appliances 226109 Major malocclusions 229Part 5 Population sciences and oral health 233 110 Epidemiology 234111 Social variations in oral health 236112 Psychology and dental care 238113 Health, illness and behaviour change 240114 Special care dentistry 242115 Ethical care of patients 245116 Dentistry and the law 246117 Risk management 248Part 6 Running a dental practice 251 118 Infection control 252119 Regulatory bodies and best practice 254120 Clinical record keeping 256121 Team management 258122 Intrateam communication 260123 External communication 262124 Being part of the profession 264Index 267