Integrated Clinical Orthodontics

  • ID: 2224107
  • Book
  • 528 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This is an important new resource on the clinical interactions between the practice of orthodontics and other areas of clinical dentistry and medicine. Focusing on patient–centred care, the book integrates the knowledge, skills and experience of many different dental and medical disciplines to help orthodontists arrive at an accurate diagnosis and a comprehensive treatment plan.

In a highly visual and practical format, Integrated Clinical Orthodontics uses clinical case presentations to illustrate the rationale and application of the integrated approach to a variety of clinical scenarios, including congenital orofacial deformities, sleep disorders, otorhinolaryngologic, pediatric and temporomandibular joint problems. The book also details specific protocols for effective communication with experts in other specialties, and focuses on the role of the orthodontist as a member of a multi–disciplinary team.

KEY FEATURES
Emphasises the interaction between orthodontics and other dental and medical specialties
Discusses the role of the orthodontist in a multi–disciplinary team
Focuses on patient–centred care
Presents information in the form of clinical case scenarios
Includes many high quality full color clinical photographs
Written by a range of international experts

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List of Contributors

Preface

1 The Increased Stature of Orthodontics Ze′ev Davidovitch, Vinod Krishnan

2 Effective Data Management and Communication for the Contemporary Orthodontist Ameet V Revankar

3 Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning: Collaborating with Medical and Other Dental Specialists O P Kharbanda, Neeraj Wadhawan

4 Psychosocial Factors in Motivation, Treatment, Compliance, and Satisfaction with Orthodontic Care Donald B Giddon, Nina K Anderson

5 Nutrition in Orthodontic Practice Lauren Schindler, Carole A Palmer

6 Anomalies in Growth and Development: The Importance of Consultation with a Pediatrician Adriana Da Silveira

7 The Benefits of Obtaining the Opinion of a Clinical Geneticist Regarding Orthodontic Patients James K Hartsfield Jr

8 Multidisciplinary Team Management of Congenital Orofacial Deformities Sherry Peter, Maria J Kuriakose

9 Cleft Lip and Palate: Role of the Orthodontist in the Interdisciplinary Management Team Anne Marie Kuijpers–Jagtman

10 What Can Orthodontists Learn from Orthopaedists Engaged in Basic Research? Carlalberta Verna, Birte Melsen

11 When Should an Orthodontist Seek the Advice of an Endocrinologist? Nadine G Haddad, Linda A DiMeglio

12 The Benefits of Consulting with an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Specialist Before and During Orthodontic Treatment Joseph G Ghafari, Anthony T Macari

13 Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Orthodontic Strategies to Establish and Maintain a Patent Airway Mimi Yow, Eric Lye, Kok Weng

14 Acute and Chronic Infections Affecting the Oral Cavity: Orthodontic Implications Vinod Krishnan, Gunnar Dahlén, Ze′ev Davidovitch

15 Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry: Two Specialties, One Goal Elliott M Moskowitz, George J Cisneros, Mark S Hochberg

16 Dental Caries, Tooth Fracture and Exposed Dental Pulp: The Role of Endodontics in Orthodontic Treatment Planning and Mechanotherapy Neslihan Arhun, Ayca Arman–Ozcirpici, Mete Ungor, Omur Polat Ozsoy

17 Pre–Prosthetic Orthodontic Tooth Movement: Interdisciplinary Concepts for Optimizing Prosthodontic Care Julie Holloway, Meade C Van Putten Jr, Sarandeep Huja

18 Orthodontic Treatment in Patients Requiring Orthognathic Surgical Procedures David R Musich

19 The Role of Biomedical Engineers in the Design and Manufacture of Customized Orthodontic Appliances William A Brantley, Theodore Eliades

20 Tissue Engineering in Orthodontics Therapy Nina Kaukua, Kaj Fried, Jeremy J Mao

21 Corticotomy and Stem Cell Therapy for Orthodontists and Periodontists: Rationale, Hypotheses, and Protocol Neal C Murphy, Nabil F Bissada, Ze′ev Davidovitch, Simone Kucska

22 The Application of Lasers in Orthodontics Neal D Kravitz

23 Implant Orthodontics: An Interactive Approach to Skeletal Anchorage Hyo–Sang Park

24 Temporomandibular Dysfunction: Controversies and Orthodontics Donald J Rinchuse, Sanjivan Kandasamy

25 Orthodontic Treatment for the Special Needs Child Stella Chaushu, Joseph Shapira, Adrian Becker

Index

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I feel that this book is well–written and easy to follow. The authors have clearly fulfilled their aims and objectives and this book will be a valuable resource for every orthodontist and anyone with a special interest in orthodontics, especially when faced with challenging clinical situations.   (British Dental Journal, 12 October 2013)

The editors, authors, and publishers should be congratulated on the production of a much needed, competitively priced, and well–produced book which is essential reading for all orthodontists who work, or are training to work, in the interdisciplinary arena.   (European Journal of Orthodontics, 1 September 2012)

This exceptional textbook will be a valuable resource for every orthodontist and resident, especially when faced with such challenging clinical situations as my cleft–palate case.   (Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, 1 September 2012)

This is a valuable reference work, one that should be used along with other comprehensive orthodontic texts because of its unique focus on other disciplines. It should be in the library of postdoctoral students of orthodontics, orthodontic educators, and practicing orthodontists who are interested in not only the clinical aspects but also the biologic bases of orthodontic treatment.  (American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 2012)

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