Mar 12 2014
Dental office management/ Cynthia Lamkin.
D 617.688 D56
DENTAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT 2E hones professionalism and improves efficiencies in managing the business aspects of dentistry. The various tasks associated with front office dental management are addressed in six sections: the business of dentistry, practice communications, clinical records management, business and financial records management, employment opportunities, and practice management software.
Endodontics / [edited by] Kishor Gulabivala and Yuan-Ling Ng.
D 617.626 C7
Now under the leadership of a new editorial team, Endodontics 4e has been completely restructured to provide a more contemporary approach to the subject area. As with previous editions, clinical topics are addressed in a clear step-by-step manner and have been specially designed to provide sensible ‘best practice’ routes through often conflicting approaches to treatment.
The new edition contains over 1500 images, many previously unpublished, while new chapters contain information on tooth development and the endodontic interfaces with orthodontics, general and oral medicine, and orofacial pain.. Developments in the latest underlying research, as well as advances in dental materials and equipment, are included throughout.
Orthodontic setup / Giuseppe Scuzzo, Kyoto Takemoto, Luca Lombardo ; with the contribution of: Akira Komori, Camilla Molinari, Chiara Berveglieri.
D 617.644 S43 o
The orthodontic setup is meant to provide a three-dimensional representation of the occlusion at the end of treatment. Although the orthodontic setup was first described by Kesling in 1945 and has since then become an indispensible tool for diagnosis and the construction of customized appliances, there are no standardized guidelines that are approved and used by professional organizations and manufacturers. This makes it very difficult for orthodontists to provide orthodontic technicians with precise objective information on the final position of the teeth. Orthodontic technicians must therefore draw on their personal experience, know-how, and best professional practices in short, a series of unwritten rules that are by no means universal. With this in mind, the authors have set out to describe the procedures used in the construction and evaluation of a setup that can be used both for diagnostic purposes and to manufacture customized orthodontic appliances. The manual and digital tools currently available to professionals in this field are discussed, with a particular focus on the recent developments in CAD/CAM bracket-positioning technology.
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