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Operative Dentistry A Practical Guide to Recent Innovations

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ISBN-10: 3540296166

ISBN-13: 9783540296164

Edition: 2006

Authors: Hugh Devlin

List price: $159.99
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This book describes the most recent developments in the field of operative dentistry. It is aimed at senior students and general dental practitioners and describes techniques and methods in a step-by-step manner that is directly applicable to everyday practice. It is a short, readable textbook with plenty of high-quality color clinical figures used throughout. This book describes contemporary developments in operative dentistry. It covers recent developments in caries detection techniques and treatment, as well as the use of the latest composite and porcelain restorative materials, bleaching and crown provision techniques. There is a chapter on non-carious tooth tissue loss, which is an…    
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List price: $159.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Springer Berlin / Heidelberg
Publication date: 4/10/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 124
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.25" long x 0.11" tall
Weight: 0.484

New Methods of Detection of Caries
The Diagnosis of Caries
Digital Imaging Fiber-Optic Transillumination
Fiber-Optic Transillumination
Quantitative Light-Induced Fluorescence
Radiology of Dental Caries
Electrical Conductance
Modern Caries Detection and Management
New Developments in Caries Removal and Restoration
Caries Removal
Polymer Bur
Micropreparation Burs
Air Abrasion (or Kinetic Cavity Preparation)
Photoactivated Disinfection
Carisolv Gel
Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
Caries-Detector Dyes
Restoration Following Caries Detection
Why Are Teeth Restored?
Caries as a Disease
Preventing Dental Caries
When Should Caries Be Restored?
Fissure Sealants
Ozone Therapy for the Treatment of Caries
Restorative Procedures
The "Tunnel" Restoration
The Proximal "Slot" Preparation
Traditional Cavity Preparation
The Repaired Amalgam Restoration
Cavity Preparations Involving Three or More Surfaces
Treatment of the Large Carious Lesion
The Use of Calcium Hydroxide in Direct Pulp Capping
The Foundation Restoration
Practical Aspects of Amalgam Retention
Pins vs Bonded Restorations
Amalgam Bonding Procedure
The Use of Base Materials
Posterior Resin Composite Restorations
Ramped Curing Lights
Ceramic Inserts
"Total Etch" Technique
Fissure Sealants
Preventive Resin Restorations
Minimal Class II Restorations
Posterior Composite Resin Restoration
Direct Composite Resin Restorations
Studies of Direct Resin-Composite Restoration Survival
Reasons for Failure of Extensive Direct Composite Resin Restorations
The "Sandwich" Technique
Packable Composite Resin Materials
New Developments in Resin-Composite Technology
The Single Crown, Veneers, and Bleaching
The Single Crown
Recurrent Caries and Periodontal Disease
The Tooth Becomes Nonvital
The Crown Restoration Becomes Loose
Perforation of the Crown During Occlusal Adjustment
The Appearance of the Crown is Unsatisfactory
Shade of the Crown
Shape of the Crown
Gingival Contour
Gingival Recession
New Developments in Crown Provision
Tooth Preparation
Disadvantages of Veneers
Failure of Veneers
Cementation Procedures for a Veneer
Provisional Restorations for Veneers
Resin-Bonded All-Ceramic Crowns (or "Dentin-Bonded Crown")
Marginal Leakage
Cementation Procedures for the Resin-Bonded All-Ceramic Crown
Bleaching of Teeth
Cervical Resorption
The "Walking Bleach" Technique
Vital Tooth Bleaching
In-House Tooth Bleaching
Noncarious Tooth Tissue Loss
Noncarious Tooth Wear
Clinical Appearance of Erosion
Clinical Appearance of Attrition
Clinical Appearance of Abrasion
Prevention of Toothwear
Recent Developments in the Treatment of Tooth Wear
Noncarious Cervical Restorations
Clinical Procedures for Restoration of Cervical Lesions
Why Do Cervical Restorations Fail?
New Developments in Direct Posterior Resin Composites
Addition of Resin Composite to Anterior Teeth
Developments in Indirect Resin Composite Technology
Targis/Vectris Crowns
Belleglass HP
Other Fiber Systems
Ceramic Inlay and Onlay Restorations
Inlay Restorations
Onlay Restorations
Milled Ceramic Inlays or Onlays
Cerec 3
IPS Empress System
Full-Veneer Posterior Porcelain Crowns
Procera AllCeram Crowns
Cementation of the Restoration
Choosing the Correct Restorative System
Subject Index