Best Prosthodontics Books
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1. EKG/ECG Interpretation: Everything you Need to Know about the 12-Lead ECG/EKG Interpretation and How to Diagnose and Treat Arrhythmias
Author: by David Andersson
EKG / ECG InterpretationIt’s no secret, every healthcare provider should be able to read ECGs at least to some degree. Whether your goal is to become an EMT, doctor, or a nurse the skill of being able to read and understand ECGs is highly important in the medical field.
The best way to start studying a new topic is to learn the basic fundamentals first before you dive into the details. That way, you will not get overwhelmed because you will understand the bigger picture first. The problem with many medical books is that they are overly detailed making it hard to grasp the bigger picture.
Our EKG book solves this problem by making you learn the basic fundamentals first before you dive into the details with other, more detailed, medical books. Over 100 different medical conditions and cardiac arrhythmias explained. Multiple-choice questions after each chapter. The purpose of this EKG book is to serve as a reference manual and a comprehensive study guide that simplifies the process of learning EKGs.
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Author: by Dr. Suzy Shaw
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Author: by Adam Lovren
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4. Full-Arch Implant Rehabilitation
Author: by Arun K. Garg
Quintessence Pub Co
The full-arch implant rehabilitation (FAIR) protocol is one of the newest implant therapy innovations to treat the edentulous or nearly edentulous patient. The FAIR prosthesis is immediate, fixed, esthetically pleasing, highly functional, inexpensive, and maintainable, and it can frequently be installed without bone grafting.
This book describes how the FAIR protocol works, who it should be used for, and methods to implement it successfully for different patients. The system can be used in both arches and in patients with total or near-total edentulism. Several chapters are devoted to describing step-by-step treatment with detailed clinical photographs documenting every step from initial assessment to prosthesis delivery.
Even those new to fixed denture systems will find the procedures easy to follow and can begin implementing the FAIR approach for their patients. 440 illustrations Contents 1. Evolution of the FAIR Protocol 2. History of Tilted Implants with an Immediate Prosthesis 3. Identifying and Evaluating Candidates 4.
5. Restoring with Flowables
Author: by Douglas A. Terry
Find practical step-by-step guidelines to hundreds of fixed prosthodontics procedures! Contemporary Fixed Prosthodontics, 5th Edition provides a strong foundation in basic science along with clear descriptions of clinical applications. Using more than 3,000 high-quality drawings and photographs, this reference covers everything from tooth preparation to prostheses and restorations to follow-up care.
New to this edition is a chapter on periodontal considerations plus new sections on topics such as cone beam imaging and virtual articulators. From respected prosthodontics educators and clinicians Stephen Rosenstiel, Martin Land, and Junhei Fujimoto, Contemporary Fixed Prosthodontics includes separate sections covering planning and preparation, clinical procedures, and laboratory procedures, making it easier to look up the information you need.
Illustrated, full-color step-by-step procedures walk you through all the steps of treatment from the beginning to the final treatment result. Summary charts provide a quick, at-glance review of specific procedures (such as Class II inlay preparation and all-ceramic crown preparation), highlighting the indications, contraindications, advantages, disadvantages, preparation steps, recommended armamentarium, and criteria.
7. Fundamentals of Fixed Prosthodontics
Author: by Herbert T. Shillingburg
Quintessence Pub Co
The fourth edition of this popular undergraduate text has been updated and expanded to reflect new research, materials, and techniques in fixed prostho-dontics, with the addition of more than 350 new illustrations and three new chapters on the restoration of implants.
It is designed to serve as an introduction to restorative dentistry techniques using fixed partial dentures and cast metal, metal-ceramic, and all-ceramic restorations, providing the background knowledge needed by the novice and serving as a refresher for the practitioner or graduate student.
Specific techniques and instruments are discussed, and updated information has been added to cover new cements, new impression materials and equipment, and changes in soft tissue management methods used during impression procedures. New articulators, facebows, and concepts of occlusion have been added, along with precise ways of making removable dies.
Different ways of handling edentulous ridges with defects that provide better control over the functional and cosmetic outcome are also presented. Finally, the topics of esthetic and implant restorations, which have become increasingly emphasized in dental practice, are given greater attention.Contents 1.
8. Mandibular Suction-Effective Denture "The Professional" Clinical and Laboratory Technique for Class I/II/III with Aesthetics
Author: by Jiro Abe
The mandibular suction-effective denture is a rapidly growing treatment option for edentulous patients. This book describes the background of this effective technique and how it can be used in patients with Angle Class I, II, and III maxillomandibular relationships. The application of the technique in these varying clinical situations is described step-by-step from patient consultation to impression taking, master cast fabrication, and denture tooth setup.
Both dentists and dental technicians will benefit from the cases and photographs that provide a clear visual description of each step of the process. With the steps and details described in this book, even those patients with difficult initial situations can benefit from the functional and esthetic results of the mandibular suction-effective denture.
Approximately 650 illustrations. Contents: Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Intraoral examination Part 3 Rules for success Part 4 Treating Class I patients Part 5 Treating Class II, division 2 patients Part 6 Treating Class II, division 1 patients Part 7 Treating Class III patients
9. Stewart's Clinical Removable Partial Prosthodontics, 4th Edition
Author: by Rodney D. Phoenix
The fourth edition of this classic prosthodontic textbook features a new chapter on implant-assisted removable partial dentures as well as a description of the Prosthodontic Diagnostic Index. As before, the text provides an overview of removable partial denture service in contemporary dental practice with an emphasis on clinical and design aspects.
Clinical topics range from examination and treatment planning to mouth preparation and prosthesis placement. Common design philosophies are discussed, and a step-by-step method for partial denture design is presented. Also included are alternative removable partial denture therapies such as Swing Lock, dual path, and attachment-type prostheses.
To facilitate visualization and understanding, the text is accompanied by numerous illustrations. Like those that came before it, this edition is intended to help the student, the general practitioner, and the specialist consistently provide high-quality prosthodontic treatment for their patients.TABLE OF CONTENTS1.
10. Zero Bone Loss Concepts
Author: by Tomas Linkevičius
January 23, 2020
Bone loss is still a major issue that dentists encounter, but it is a complication that can be prevented. This book combines years of clinical experience with peer-reviewed scientific evidence to present the different strategies that can be used to achieve zero bone lossnot just months after prosthetic delivery but years after treatment.
The book is divided into sections on surgical techniques and prosthetic techniques, and there are case studies with recommendations and procedures for many types of clinical situations, implant choices, and prosthetic solutions.
11. Contemporary Implant Dentistry
Author: by Carl E. Misch DDS MDS PhD(HC)
Turn to this new third edition for consistent outcomes on even your most complex implant cases! World-renowned dental implantologist Carl E. Misch gives you expert advice and guidance on the various surgical approaches to placing implants in the revision of his best-selling classic.
Over 1,000 full-color illustrations depict details of implants, related materials, and surgical procedures, while well-known contributors (Mohamed Sharawy, Martha Warren Bidez, Adriano Piatelli, and others) share a wealth of knowledge in their respective fields. This third edition provides an excellent opportunity for you to develop and refine your skills and experience more consistent, predictable clinical outcomes.
Thorough explanations of the rationale for implants and their specific characteristics discuss why different options work better for different patients; the rationale behind implant materials and sizes; and the overall science of osteointegrated implants providing a full understanding of how implants behave under certain circumstances and how to make the best choices for implant patients.
12. Dental Anatomy and Morphology
Author: by Hilton Riquieri
October 1, 2019
This beautiful atlas conveys not only the practical knowledge of dental anatomy but also the art of sculpting it in wax. The ideal anatomy of each dental structure is described in detail and the waxing techniques are beautifully illustrated step by step for visual reference.
The author demonstrates that for every morphologic feature there is an explanation in nature, assigning significance to every minute feature of dental morphology. Organized by tooth and arch, this book views morphology through a clinical lens and repeatedly draws connections between anatomical features and clinical concepts.
The fundamental knowledge presented in this text is essential for improving waxing and sculpting techniques and will be useful for students and specialists alike.
13. Routes for Excellence in Restorative Dentistry: Mastery for Beginners and Experts
Author: by Luiz Narciso Baratieri
Quintessence Pub Co
Although true mastery in restorative dentistry requires a lifetime of learning and improvement, this two-volume compendium distills many essential clinical insights for the student clinician who is learning the craft of restorative dentistry. Envisioned as a comprehensive clinical textbook, this book elucidates the fundamental concepts of restorative dentistry and illustrates procedures step-by-step to ensure precision in esthetics, biomechanics, and function.
The authors provide an up-to-date review of direct and indirect restorative techniques and cover the most important protocols used in daily clinical practice. As the name Routes suggests, there are many different ways to approach restorative treatment, and this book will prepare clinicians to successfully navigate treatment options and the complexity of dental restoration to attain excellence in their clinical practice.
14. Complete Dentures: A Clinical Manual for the General Dental Practitioner
Author: by Hugh Devlin
This is a user-friendly guide to the principles of complete denture construction. It is a practical, extensively illustrated book for the general dental practitioner, starting with the examination of the edentulous patient and progressing through the different treatments in a logical way.
A range of procedures has been described in sufficient detail so that the dentist can apply the best treatment measure to the specific clinical problem. A final chapter on domiciliary treatment has been included because elderly, housebound patients often present problems such as denture retention (because of the patients’ residual ridge atrophy or insufficient muscular control).
Reference to original research work has been included so that the reader can explore the research evidence for himself.
15. Dentofacial orthopedics with functional appliances
Author: by T. M Graber
Mosby (January 1, 1985)
This exciting new edition describes the essential details of diagnosis for functional appliances, gives detailed instructions on how to obtain a correct construction bite, describes fabrication and use of various types of functional appliances and discusses the specific treatment of different malocclusion categories.
New chapters discuss the expansion-activator and twin block appliance, the functional magnetic system, the Hamilton, the modern Herbst appliance and the Jasper Jumper. Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-331-3