Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2708348
  • Book
  • 264 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Guiding patient behavior is as important as ever for the practicing dentist, and the behavior of
pediatric patients is perhaps the most challenging to manage. Drs. Wright and Kupietzky here update Dr.
Wright s classic work on managing pediatric dental patients.

Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children, Second Edition, has been entirely rewritten and includes the latest and most effective management strategies from an international team of experts in the field. The book addresses the influence of family and parenting styles on children s behavior and the factors that determine how children behave in the dental office. Pharmacological and non–pharmacological management techniques are described in depth, as are techniques for working with special needs patients. Clinical scenarios are described throughout the book, with practical application of the taught principles.

The final part of the book covers the dental environment training office personnel to manage children s behavior, practical considerations for behavior guidance, and the effects of the physical dental office environment.

Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children, Second Edition, is ideal for pediatric residents, dental students, and practicing dentists who see children on a regular basis.

Key features:

  • Incorporates the triangle of the dentist–parent–child relationship and includes society s role in pediatric oral health
  • Behavior management strategies comprise current best practice
  • Contributors include renowned experts from around the world
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Editors, ix

Contributors, xi

Acknowledgments, xv

Chapter 1 Introductory Remarks, 3Gerald Z. Wright, Ari Kupietzky

Chapter 2 Understanding Key Moments in Child Development, 11Eileen Wood

Chapter 3 Children s Behavior in the Dental Office, 23Jaap S.J. Veerkamp, Gerald Z. Wright

Chapter 4 Influence of the Family, 35Barbara Sheller

Chapter 5 Establishing a Dental Home, 53Anna B. Fuks, Ari Kupietzky

Chapter 6 Non–Pharmacologic Approaches in Behavior Management, 63Gerald Z. Wright, Ari Kupietzky

Chapter 7 Children with Disabilities, 93Gunilla Klingberg

Chapter 8 Local Anesthesia, 107Steven Schwartz, Ari Kupietzky

Chapter 9 Introduction to Pharmacological Techniques: A Historical Perspective, 125Gerald Z. Wright, Ari Kupietzky

Chapter 10 Sedation for the Pediatric Patient, 131Stephen Wilson

Chapter 11 Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Inhalation Sedation in Children, 145Dimitris Emmanouil, Ari Kupietzky

Chapter 12 Minimal and Moderate Sedation Agents, 159Stephen Wilson

Chapter 13 Working with a Dentist Anesthesiologist, 177Kenneth L. Reed, Amanda Jo Okundaye

Chapter 14 The Use of General Anesthesia in Behavior Management, 185Marcio A. da Fonseca, Travis Nelson

Chapter 15 Management of Emergencies Associated with Pediatric Dental Sedation, 197Kenneth L. Reed, Amanda Jo Okundaye

Chapter 16 Practical Considerations and the Dental Team, 211Jonathon E. Lee, Brian D. Lee

Chapter 17 The Dental Office, 227Jonathon E. Lee, Brian D. Lee, Gerald Z. Wright, Ari Kupietzky

Index, 241

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