Best Preventive Dentristry Books
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1. Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition, 2nd Edition
Author: by Ramiel Nagel
Forget about drilling, filling, and the inevitable billing. Your teeth can heal naturally because they were never designed to decay in the first place! They were designed to remain strong and healthy for your entire life. But the false promises of conventional dentistry have led us down the wrong path, leading to invasive surgical treatments that include fillings, crowns, root canals and dental implants.
Now there is a natural way to take control of your dental health by changing the food that you eat. Cure Tooth Decay is based upon the pioneering nutritional program of dentist Weston Price, former head of research at the National Dental Association.
Dr. Price’s program proved to be 90-95% or more effective in remineralizing tooth cavities utilizing only nutritional improvements in the diet. Cure Tooth Decay is the result of five years of research and trial and error that started as one father’s journey to cure his daughter’s rapidly progressing tooth decay.
With Cure Tooth Decay you will join the thousands of people who have learned how to remineralize teeth, eliminate tooth pain or sensitivity, avoid root canals, stop cavities – sometimes instantaneously, regrow secondary dentin, form new tooth enamel, avoid or minimize gum loss, heal and repair tooth infections, only use dental treatments when medically necessary, save your mouth (and your pocketbook) from thousands of dollars of unneeded dental procedures, and increase your overall health and vitality.
2. Infection Control and Management of Hazardous Materials for the Dental Team
Author: by Chris H. Miller BA MS PhD
Emphasizing patient safety and disease prevention in the dental office, Infection Control and Management of Hazardous Materials for the Dental Team, 6th Edition, is a go-to text for all members of the dental team. With discussions ranging from microbiology concepts to protocols for clinical asepsis, this comprehensive, highly practical text features the most up-to-date regulatory recommendations, as well as new chapters on patient safety preparation and infection control breaches.
Step-by-step instructions make it easy for you to perform safety procedures and use the supplies and equipment needed to prevent the spread of infectious disease, and new case scenarios present opportunities for critical thinking and application. F Comprehensive coverage looks at infection control and prevention from the perspective of all dental team members.
Easy-to-follow, step-by-step procedures are provided for skills that dental team members must master, each presented with a goal, materials, chronological steps, and rationales for the performance of each step. Review questions ensure your comprehension of the material and provide practice for classroom and board examinations, with 10 to 20 multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter.
3. Zero Bone Loss Concepts
Author: by Tomas Linkevicius
Quintessence Pub Co
Bone loss is still a major issue that dentists encounter, but it is a complication that can be prevented. By combining clinical experience with peer-reviewed scientific evidence, the author of this book has put together a guide that any implant specialist will find invaluable to prevent bone loss in their patients.
Different strategies are presented that can be used to achieve zero bone loss years after treatment. Because successful treatment depends on both the surgical and prosthetic components, the book is divided into two parts, each focusing in depth on what must be done in each phase to promote bone stability.
Case presentations detail many types of clinical situations, implant choices, and prosthetic solutions, all backed by evidence-based clinical studies that have proven success. 1,231 illustrations Contents: Section I: Surgical Concepts 1. Surgical Factors for Establishing Crestal Bone Stability 2. Implant Design Factors 3. Implant Placement Depth 4.
Vertical Soft Tissue Thickness 5. Subcrestal Implant Placement 6. Flattening of the Alveolar Ridge 7. The Tent-Pole Technique 8. Vertical Soft Tissue Augmentation 9. Attached Tissues Around Dental Implants 10. Practical Recommendations for Implant Placement Section II: Prosthetic Concepts 11. Prosthetic Factors for Maintaining Crestal Bone Stability 12.
4. CURRENT Practice Guidelines in Primary Care 2020
Author: by Joseph Esherick
The only resource dedicated to delivering concise summaries of the most clinically relevant primary care guideline summariesA Doody’s Core Title for 2021! Organized into topics related to disease screening, disease prevention, and disease management, and subdivided into organ systems for quick referenceUpdated with over 150 new guidelines and nearly 30 new sections on topics including opiate use disorder, transgender health, systemic lupus erythematosus, and rotator cuff injuryStrikes the perfect balance between brevity and clinical necessityIncludes the most recent research available for each guidelineConsolidates information from nationally recognized government agencies, medical and scientific organizations, and expert panels into concise, easy-to-apply guidelinesSpans all areas of general medicine and covers primary care topics in both ambulatory and hospital settingsIncludes website addresses for U.S.
Government agencies and professional societies
5. The Cavapoo Handbook: The Essential Guide for New & Prospective Cavapoo Owners (Canine Handbooks)
Author: by Linda Whitwam
The No.1 Bestseller on Cavapoos!What a great find. I can’t recommend this book strongly enough both for new & existing owners. It’s actually written for Cavapoos, not a cloned book which just changes the breed name, LOUISE POWELL, UKIf you’re looking for a book full of specific info about Cavapoos, your search is over.
With 132,000 words & 252 pages DEDICATED TO CAVAPOOS, The Cavapoo Handbook is the biggest & most informative book ever published about this lovable hybrid. Part of the Canine Handbooks, Amazon’s top dog breed series, this easy-to-read book is packed full of the latest advice from Cavapoo breeders & owners with 100s of years of combined experience.
Together they help you raise a happy, healthy & well-trained adult Cavapoo. Find out what makes your Cavapoo tick, how temperament is affected by the Poodle & Cavalier ancestry & how YOUR behaviour affects your Cavapoo’s behaviour. Learn: Typical Traits, Cavapoos for Allergy Sufferers, Cavapoos & Children, What Cavapoos Love & Hate, Exercise, Grooming & Dealing with Puppy Biting, Jumping Up & Separation Anxiety.
6. Primary Preventive Dentistry (Primary Preventive Dentistry ( Harris))
Author: by Norman Harris
An NPR Best Book of 2017 that exposes our oral health crisis and the astonishing role that teeth and oral health play in our society In this brilliant debut book, hailed by the New York Times Book Review as “a call for sweeping, radical change,” veteran health journalist Mary Otto looks inside America’s mouth, revealing unsettling truths about our unequal society.
Teeth takes readers on a disturbing journey into the role teeth play in our health and our social mobility. Otto “doesn’t just dwell on the numbers,” according to NPR, “she makes what could have been a turgid health policy tome spark with outrage over the stories of people who have suffered.” Her subjects include the pioneering dentist who made Shirley Temple and Judy Garland’s teeth sparkle on the silver screen; an up-and-coming beauty queen awarded thousands of dollars of free cosmetic dental care; and Deamonte Driver, a young Baltimore boy whose death from an abscessed tooth sparked congressional hearings.
Offering “an astute examination of the complex, insular business of oral health care” (Kirkus Reviews), Otto combines searing critique with forward-looking proposals for reform, “sympathetically explor[ing] a range of ideas for improving the current system” (New Republic). Muckraking and paradigm-shifting, Teeth exposes for the first time the extent and meaning of our oral health crisis.
8. Preventing Medical Emergencies: Use of the Medical History in Dental Practice
Author: by Frieda Atherton Pickett
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Identify risk factors and potential emergencies before they occur with Preventing Medical Emergencies, the only book on the market to provide dental professionals, hygienists, and assistants with step-by-step procedures for preventing medical emergencies and effectively managing them when they occur.
Organized to follow the most recent American Dental Association Health History form, the book includes easy-to-find follow-up questions for all conditions, along with clinically relevant treatment plan modifications and strategies for preventing and managing specific emergencies. You’ll find easy-to-follow coverage of general pathophysiology, medical management of patients with compromised health, screening techniques for identifying patients at risk for complications, as well as ways to manage in-office emergencies, such as adverse drug interactions.
Case studies throughout the book explore a wide range of medical conditions and bring concepts to life, while a wide range of self-test, review, and case study questions help you master key concepts and procedures.
9. Cure Gum Disease Naturally: Heal and Prevent Periodontal Disease and Gingivitis with Whole Foods
Author: by Ramiel Nagel
Free yourself from the downward spiral of scaling, root planing, gum grafts, flap surgery, chemicals, and the inevitable extractions and implants and cure gum disease (periodontitis) naturally. Ramiel Nagel’s bestselling guide, Cure Tooth Decay, has inspired tens of thousands of readers to discover hidden and effective means to reduce dental cavities by at least 90 percent.
In Cure Gum Disease Naturally, Nagel expands upon his original work and shows you the forgotten and suppressed cure for gum disease. The CDC now reports that about half of all adult Americans suffer from periodontal disease, with 8. 5 percent of all adults having severe gum disease.
And even worse, 23 percent of all adults aged sixty-five and older have lost all of their teeth. Despite the prevalence of periodontal disease, dentistry has not found the cure as it continues to allow adults to lose their teeth only to primarily offer the expensive and often painful alternative of dental implants.
This is not a book that advocates for gum surgery, or for other chemical or harsh overpriced treatments with dubious results. This is a truly natural, holistic approach that primarily focuses on how you can use the food that you eat as medicine for your body, to give it specific and targeted nutrition, and to make your sad gums happy again.
10. DR. SEBI CURE FOR KIDNEY DISEASE: A Comprehensive Guide on How to Cure Kidney Disease Using Dr. Sebi Alkaline Eating Diet Method
Author: by Adam Lovren
Dr. Sebi Kidney TreatmentA Step by Step Guide on Reversing Kidney Using Dr. Sebi HerbsDr. Sebi was a world renowned pathologist, herbalist and naturalist left this world in the year 2016, despite this fact, that he is deceased, his discoveries and self-invention on kidney cure is still helping millions of herpes patients around the world During his time on earth, Dr. Sebi healed millions of kidney individuals with his method and his death has done little to change this, he left behind an holistic healing for kidney, you can learn from his life and what he really believed about this deadly disease with the aim of eradicating kidney from the surface of the earth, here is the complete analysis into doctor sebi cure for kidney is all about Get ready to read more about itGRAB YOUR SELF A COPY TODAY by scrolling up and clicking Buy Now in one click
11. If The Dentist Were An Animal
Author: by Rachel Grider RDH
Red Bow Books Is Making Dentistry Fun, one playful rhyme at a time! This adorable story reinforces its teaching points with a variety of activities and is making little smile experts all over the world!
12. Case Studies in Global Health: Millions Saved (Texts in Essential Public Health)
Author: by Ruth Levine
Jones & Bartlett Learning
“This book demonstrates that smart, well-constructed investments in global health can achieve a widespread impact on the way people live.” -Dr. Rajiv Shah, USAID Administrator This series of twenty case studies illustrates real-life proven, large-scale success stories in global public health.
Drawing from a rich evidence base, the accessible case write-ups highlight experiences in scale-up of health technologies, strengthening of health systems, and the use of health education and policy change to achieve impressive reductions in disease and disability, even in the poorest countries.
An overview chapter draws attention to factors that contributed to the successes. Discussion questions help to bring out the main points and provide a point of departure for independent student research. This volume is an updated and expanded version of the popular and influential book Millions Saved: Proven Successes in Global Health, published in 2004 by the Center for Global Development.
13. Case Studies in Dental Hygiene
Author: by Evelyn Thomson
Case Studies in Dental Hygiene, Third Edition, is designed to guide the development of criti-cal-thinking skills and the application of theory to care at all levels of dental hygiene educationfrom beginning to advanced students. This textbook is designed to be used throughout the dental hygiene curriculum.
Because the questions and decisions regarding treatment of each case span the dental hygiene sciences and clinical practice protocols, this book will find a place in enhanc-ing every course required of dental hygiene students. Introducing this text at the beginning of the educational experience may help the student realize early on the link between theory and patient care.
Students then progress through the program with a heightened awareness of evidence-based practice. Students also perceive an increase in confidence regarding preparation for board examina-tions when they have been given the opportunity to practice case-based decision making. Case Studies in Dental Hygiene, Third Edition, is a viable study guide to help students prepare for suc-cess on national, regional, and state examinations with a patient care focus.
14. Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye: A Do-It-Yourself Mouth Care System for Healthy, Clean Gums and Teeth
Author: by Ellie Phillips DDS
River Grove Books
You brush, floss, use mouthwashes, and are concerned about the foods you eat, yet you still require fillings or lengthy cleanings at the dentist. In Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye, Dr. Ellie Phillips teaches how anyone can achieve and maintain a truly healthy mouth.
Empower yourself as you improve the look and feel of your teeth between dental visits. Your dentist will be amazed at the changes he sees, and you will be thrilled as cavities and gum disease become a thing of the past.
Traditional dentistry cannot prevent dental disease. But Ellie’s do-it-yourself daily routine can. Discover how easy it is to reduce plaque buildup, strengthen tooth enamel, repair small cavities, eliminate tooth sensitivity, and improve your overall oral health. Learn about products that hinder your efforts and the risks of bleaching, dental sealants and the wrong use of fluoride.
It is time to achieve healthy, clean teeth and gums and wow your dentist at the next appointment.
15. Dental Herbalism: Natural Therapies for the Mouth
Author: by Leslie M. Alexander Ph.D. RH(AHG)
Healing Arts Press
A comprehensive practical reference to herbal dental care for all ages Details the use of 41 safe and effective herbs for the mouth Explores 47 common conditions that affect the mouth, such as gingivitis, periodontitis, acid reflux, and tooth loss Provides recipes for herbal toothpastes, mouth rinses, pain-relieving poultices, and teas for prevention and daily care Examines infant and toddler oral care, including remedies for teething and thrush Our oral health is intimately linked with our overall health and well-being.
In this practical guide to herbal dental care, medical herbalist Leslie Alexander and registered dental hygienist Linda Straub-Bruce detail how to use 41 safe and effective herbs for the mouth for optimum oral health, prevention of decay and inflammation, and relief from pain and discomfort.
The authors provide recipes for herbal toothpastes and rinses, poultices for pain and inflammation, and teas and tinctures for intervention, prevention, and daily care. They explain how recent research confirms the link between poor oral health and many diseases, such as diabetes, stroke, and heart disease.
16. Essentials of Public Health Biology: A Guide for the Study of Pathophysiology: A Guide for the Study of Pathophysiology (Essential Public Health)
Author: by Constance U. Battle
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Understanding how and why manifestations of a disease occur and incorporating this knowledge into public health decision-making is the very essence of public health practice. As the only text of its kind, Essentials of Public Health Biology explores pathophysiology within the context of the disciplines and profession of public health.
Readers will gain a clear understanding of the pathogenesis of various disease conditions and how to identify critical points at which such pathogenesis could either be prevented or interrupted. Infectious, nutritional, metabolic, genetic, and environmental risks and the impact of such risks on various organ systems are thoroughly examined.
Ideal for the student with a science background, this text applies the scientific clinical foundation to the practice of public health through case studies, exercises, and points for discussion. Features: Gives readers a clear understanding of the biological basis of disease put in the context of Public Health.