Author: John M. Whitworth
Series: QuintEssentials of Dental Practice, Volume 2
Издадена: 2-nd edition 2014
Издадена: Quintessence Publishing Co. Ltd.
Bookр Hardcover, 144 pages, 188 images
Endodontics is one of the fastest-growing aspects of everyday clinical practice. Linked to the sustained growth in endodontics is the introduction of many new instruments, materials and techniques. Keeping abreast of these diverse developments and applying them to the best advantage clinically is a challenge for the specialist, let alone the hard-pressed dental practitioner. Rational Root Canal Treatment in Practice - Volume 2 of the Quintessentials Series - has been written to help all those practising endodontics to meet this challenge. From anatomical considerations through the "thrill of the fill" and pointers to long-term outcomes, the many complexities of state-of-the-art endodontics are explained and beautifully illustrated in most careful detail. Rational Root Canal Treatment in Practice is a valuable volume in the Quintessentials for General Dental Practitioners Series - an outstanding self-contained update for practitioners and students.
The Quintessentials for General Dental Practitioners Series covers basic principles and key issues in all aspects of modern dental medicine. Each book can be read as a stand-alone volume or inconjunction with other books in the series.
John M Whitworth
John Whitworth has led endodontic teaching and clinical service at Newcastle Dental School and Hospital, UK for more than 20 years. An active teacher, specialist clinician, researcher and scholar, he is a Past President of the British Endodontic Society, served the International Endodontic Journal as Assistant Editor/Deputy Editor in Chief for 10 years, and served the European Society of Endodontology as Chair of its Education and Scholarship Committee and as an Executive Board member. He has published numerous research articles and contributed to a number of standard textbooks.
1 Fundamentals of Endodontic Disease
2 Endodontic Symptomology and Immediate Management
3 Preparing for Definitive Treatment
4 Entering the Canal System
5 Entering "Calcified" Systems Chapter 6 Creating the Conditions for Periapical Health Chapter 7 Preserving the Healing Environment Chapter 8 Assessing the Outcome of Treatment