Clinical Cases in Orthodontics

  • ID: 2293064
  • Book
  • 456 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Wiley–Blackwell sClinical Cases series focuses on real cases treated within clinical dentistry and provides an academic and practical foundation for their management. The case–based format encourages problem–based learning, fosters independent thought and prepares the student for case–based clinical examinations.

Clinical Cases in Orthodontics applies both theory and practice to real–life orthodontic cases in a clinically relevant format, thoroughly covering topics ranging from class I malocclusion to orthognathic surgery. It provides a useful learning resource for undergraduate dental students, orthodontic therapists and specialist orthodontists preparing for their membership and board examinations, as well as being a clear and concise reference for every–day use in the clinic.

Key Features

  • Covers all essential topics within orthodontics in a case–based format
  • Discusses a wide variety of individual cases and clinical scenarios
  • Includes aetiology, diagnosis, treatment planning and outcome in each case
  • Contains question and answer sections to guide readers through the cases
  • Each case highly illustrated with full colour clinical photos
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Acknowledgements  vi

Preface vii

1 Clinical and Cephalometric Analysis 1

2 The Developing Dentition 27

3 Class I Malocclusion 77

4 Class II Division 1 Malocclusion 129

5 Class II Division 2 Malocclusion 191

6 Class III Malocclusion 219

7 Tooth Impaction 297

8 Fixed Appliances 343

9 Stability and Retention 361

10 Orthognathic Surgery 379

11 Development of the Craniofacial Region 431

Index  439

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The most valuable part of this book is the problem–based learning approach to diagnosis and treatment planning in orthodontics and it will certainly be useful in this regard for specialist trainees and orthodontic therapists preparing for examinations.   (Orthodontics, 1 January 2013)

"This book is comprehensive and effective as it creates a vivid overall picture of orthodontic treatment. Students and established practitioners alike can benefit from this book and can glean a lot of information from the interesting way that its information is presented."  (Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society, 1 April 2013)

Undeniably, this book meets its aims and is an excellent introduction to bread–and–butter clinical orthodontics.  Orthodontic trainees in their first years, and especially those learning with little clinical guidance from experienced orthodontists, will definitely find it a very valuable supplement to fundamental textbooks.   (European Journal of Orthodontics, 1 April 2013)

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