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一目でわかる歯科学

Dentistry at a Glance

1 PAP/PSC

(At a Glance Series (Oxford, England).)

Kay, Elizabeth (EDT)

Blackwell Pub 2016/04
273 p. cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781118629529
KCN: 1020081971
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KDC: G86 歯科学・口腔外科学
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Annotation

Covers the entitre undergraduate clinical dentistry curriculum.

Full Description

* The central title in the Dental At a Glance series, ideal for dental students and foundation programme dentists.
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Table of Contents

Contributors ix Preface xi Acknowledgements xii About the companion website xiii Part 1 Introduction 1 1 Principles of dental practice 2 2 Patient confidentiality 3 3 Record keeping 6 4 Consent 8 5 Communication with patients 10 6 History taking 12 7 Past medical history 14 8 Equipment and operating positions 16 9 Cross-infection control 18 10 Examination of the mouth 20 11 Special tests 22 12 Reading and reporting radiographs 24 13 Diagnostic surgical sieve 26 14 Charting the oral cavity 28 15 Periodontal assessment 31 16 Treatment planning 34 Part 2 Clinical presentations 37 Medical emergencies 17 Sudden loss of consciousness 38 18 Acute chest pain and cardiac arrest 40 19 Difficulty breathing 42 20 Convulsions and choking 44 21 Other emergencies 46 Prevention of dental diseases 22 Caries prevention 48 23 Plaque reduction 50 24 Prevention of periodontal disease 52 25 Prevention of dental trauma 54 Teeth and disease of tooth hard tissue 26 The normal dentitions 56 27 Variations in the number of teeth 58 28 Variations in tooth morphology 60 29 Enamel and dentine defects 62 30 Fluorosis 66 31 Tooth eruption and exfoliation 68 32 Caries 70 33 Tooth wear 73 The structures supporting teeth and disease 34 The normal gingivae 76 35 The periodontal ligament 78 36 Dental plaque and calculus 80 37 Diseases of the gingivae and periodontium 82 Intracoronal restorations of teeth 38 Properties of tooth tissue 84 39 Local anaesthesia for tooth restoration 86 40 Tooth isolation 90 41 Cavity preparation 92 42 Cavity liners and conditioners 94 43 Cavity preparation for plastic tooth restorations 96 44 Choice of plastic restorative materials 98 45 Plastic restorations 100 46 Amalgam restorations 101 47 Composite resin restorations 102 48 Building composite resin restorations 103 49 Non-plastic intracoronal restorations 104 50 Crowns 106 51 Glass ionomer cements and provisional restorations 109 Replacement of missing teeth 52 Resin-retained bridges 110 53 Bridges 112 54 Implant-retained options 114 55 Partial dentures 116 56 Implant overdentures 118 57 Precision attachments 120 58 Immediate insertion dentures 122 59 Complete dentures 124 Treatments for pulpal damage 60 Pulp therapy (deciduous teeth) 126 61 Pulp protection procedures for traumatised teeth 128 62 Pulp removal (permanent teeth) 130 63 Pulp canal obturation (permanent teeth) 132 Paediatric dentistry 64 Patient management 134 65 Local anaesthesia 136 66 Sedation and general anaesthesia 138 67 Caries in deciduous teeth 140 68 Paediatric dental materials 142 69 Fissure sealants 144 70 Dietary control 146 71 Fluoride supplements 148 Traumatic injuries 72 Classification of trauma 150 73 Accidental injury to primary teeth 152 74 Non-accidental injury 154 75 Tooth fractures 156 76 Tooth displacement injuries 158 Oral and maxillofacial surgery 77 Instruments 161 78 The patient in pain 164 79 Extraction of teeth 166 80 Surgical extractions 168 81 Impacted third molars 170 82 Biopsy 172 83 Suturing 174 84 Complications of exodontia 176 85 Surgical endodontics 178 Oral medicine and pathology 86 Benign swellings in the oral cavity 180 87 Odontogenic tumours and tumour-like lesions 182 88 Odontogenic cysts 184 89 Other bone diseases 186 90 Temporomandibular joint disorders 188 91 Mucosal diseases 190 92 Oral cancer and precancer 192 93 Salivary gland disorders 194 94 Pigmented lesions 196 Part 3 The medically compromised patient 199 95 Haematological disorders 200 96 Immune disorders 202 97 Cardiovascular disorders 204 98 Respiratory disorders 206 99 Gastroenterology and nutritional disorders 208 100 Endocrine disorders 210 101 Renal disease 212 102 Intellectual impairment 213 103 Neurological disorders 214 104 Drugs and dental care 216 Part 4 Orthodontics 219 105 The developing dentitions 220 106 Orthodontic assessment 222 107 Fixed orthodontic appliances 224 108 Removable orthodontic appliances 226 109 Major malocclusions 229 Part 5 Population sciences and oral health 233 110 Epidemiology 234 111 Social variations in oral health 236 112 Psychology and dental care 238 113 Health, illness and behaviour change 240 114 Special care dentistry 242 115 Ethical care of patients 245 116 Dentistry and the law 246 117 Risk management 248 Part 6 Running a dental practice 251 118 Infection control 252 119 Regulatory bodies and best practice 254 120 Clinical record keeping 256 121 Team management 258 122 Intrateam communication 260 123 External communication 262 124 Being part of the profession 264 Index 267