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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats. Edition No. 2

  • Book
  • September 2019
  • Elsevier Health Science
  • ID: 4790427
Learn to master a highly specialized form of animal surgery. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats, 2nd Edition offers a unique, detailed, comprehensive and highly illustrated account of surgical procedures that will improve outcomes for all surgical and dental specialists. The second edition of this text is a collaborative effort from both human and veterinary oral surgeons - each considered an expert in their field. With in-depth clinical photos, and illustrations, this indispensable resource is perfect for both general practitioners and students alike.

- An authoritative collaboration between human and animal surgeons includes over 30 international contributors whorepresent the peak of professional expertise in the field. - UNIQUE! Only book on the market devoted to a surgical specialty of growing relevance provides you with a look at a highly specialized practice. - High-quality illustrations combined with step-by-step textual guidance give you a clear understanding of the material. - In-depth descriptions of surgical conditions provide you with detailed explanations of surgical procedures. - NEW! Expert Consult site provides you with digital access to the full textbook. - NEW! Additional chapters on the latest discoveries and techniques cover Diagnostic imaging in oral and maxillofacial surgery, Piezosurgery, Temporomandibular ankyloses and pseudoankylosis, and Regenerative techniques in maxillofacial surgery.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: Surgical biology  1. Oral soft tissue wound healing 2. Maxillofacial bone healing 3. Use of antibiotics and antiseptics 4. Anesthesia and pain management 5. Enteral nutritional support

SECTION 2: Surgical methods  6. Diagnostic imaging in oral and maxillofacial surgery (NEW) 7. Instrumentation, patient positioning and aseptic technique 8. Suture materials and biomaterials 9. Piezosurgery (NEW) 10. Laser surgery 11. Microvascular techniques in maxillofacial surgery 12. Use of the dog and cat in experimental maxillofacial surgery

SECTION 3: Exodontics  13. Principles of exodontics 14. Simple extraction of single-rooted teeth 15. Extraction of canine teeth in dogs 16. Extraction of multirooted teeth in dogs 17. Special considerations in feline exodontics 18. Complications of extractions

SECTION 4: Periodontal surgery  19. Principles of periodontal surgery 20. Gingivectomy and gingivoplasty 21. Periodontal flaps and mucogingival surgery 22. Osteoconductive and osteoinductive agents in periodontal surgery 23. Crown-lengthening 24. Management of periodontal trauma

SECTION 5: Endodontal surgery  25. Principles of endodontic surgery 26. Endodontic surgical techniques

SECTION 6: Maxillofacial trauma repair  27. Principles of maxillofacial trauma repair 28. Facial soft tissue injuries 29. Surgical approaches for mandibular and maxillofacial trauma repair 30. Symphyseal separation and fractures involving the incisive region 31. Maxillofacial fracture repair using noninvasive techniques 32. Maxillofacial fracture repair using intraosseous wires 33. Maxillofacial fracture repair using miniplates and screws 34. Maxillofacial fracture repair using external skeletal fixation 35. Maxillofacial fracture complications

SECTION 7:  Temporomandibular Joint Surgery 36. Temporomandibular joint dysplasia 37. Fractures and luxations involving the temporomandibular joint 38. Temporomandibular ankyloses and pseudoankylosis (NEW)

SECTION 8: Palate surgery  39. Biologic basis of cleft palate and palatal surgery 40. Orofacial Cleft Repair 41. Acquired palatal defects

SECTION 9: Management of maxillofacial tumors and cysts  42. Clinical staging and biopsy of maxillofacial tumors 43. Clinical-pathologic correlations 44. Clinical behavior of nonodontogenic tumors 45. Clinical behavior of odontogenic tumors 46. Non-neoplastic proliferative oral lesions 47. Clinical behavior and management of odontogenic cysts 48. Principles of oral oncologic surgery 49. Surgical treatment of tongue, lip and cheek tumors 50. Maxillectomy techniques 51. Mandibulectomy techniques 52. Axial-pattern flaps for maxillofacial reconstruction 53. Regenerative techniques in maxillofacial surgery (NEW)

SECTION 10: Salivary gland surgery  54. Principles of salivary gland surgery 55. Surgical treatment of sialoceles

SECTION 11: Miscellaneous maxillofacial surgery procedures  56. Cheiloplasty 57. Inferior labial frenoplasty and tight-lip syndrome 58. Management of maxillofacial osteonecrosis 59. Management of unerupted teeth

SECTION 12: Oral approaches to ear, nose, and throat procedures  60. Correction of overlong soft palate 61. Pharyngotomy and pharyngostomy 62. Oral approaches to the nasal cavity and nasopharynx 63. Tonsillectomy


Frank J M Verstraete Professor of Dentistry and Oral Surgery,Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences,University of California - Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Frank Verstraete graduated as a veterinarian at the University of Gent (Belgium). He pursued his graduate studies at the University of Pretoria (South Africa) where he completed a residency in small animal surgery. In 1987, when the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry was founded in the USA, Dr. Verstraete was the only non-North American Charter Fellow. He is also a Charter Diplomate of the European Veterinary Dental College, as well as a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College and the European College of Veterinary Surgeons. Since the end of 1994, Dr. Verstraete is affiliated with the UC Davis, where he currently is Professor of Dentistry and Oral Surgery, and Chief of the Dentistry & Oral Surgery Service. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Orofacial Sciences, Division of Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology, at the School of Dentistry of the UC, San Francisco. His main research interests are comparative oral pathology, radiology and surgery. His book Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats is the first specialty book in veterinary dentistry. Milinda J Lommer Clinical Assistant Professor Volunteer,Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences,University of California - Davis,School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Milinda Lommer grew up in western New York and southern New England. She graduated from Indiana University in 1991, with a B.S. in Biology and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. In 1995, she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree with Phi Zeta honors from U.C. Davis' School of Veterinary Medicine. In 1996, having completed a private-practice internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Dr. Lommer returned to U.C. Davis, where she became the first veterinarian to complete the three-year residency program in Dentistry & Oral Surgery. She received the 1999 Peter Emily Outstanding Candidate Award from the American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC), and became a Diplomate of the AVDC in 2000, earning the title Board-Certified Veterinary Dentist. That same year, she opened Aggie Animal Dental Service, operating in affiliation with two general veterinary hospitals in San Francisco and Marin County. The practice became Aggie Animal Dental Center with the opening of its own facility in 2013. Dr. Lommer is a member of the Editorial Board of the Veterinary Dentistry and Oromaxillofacial Surgery section of the journal Frontiers in Veterinary Science. In addition, she serves as a volunteer Associate Clinical Professor at U.C. Davis, assisting with training residents in the Dentistry and Oral Surgery Service and participating in clinical research projects. Boaz Arzi Associate Professor of Dentistry and Oral Surgery,Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences,School of Veterinary Medicine,University of California - Davis. Dr. Boaz Arzi is a Professor of Dentistry and Oral surgery at the department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Arzi completed the residency-training program in dentistry and oral surgery at the School of Veterinary Medicine and two years fellowship in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UC Davis. He is a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC) and the European Veterinary Dental College (EVDC). Dr. Arzi is also a Founding Fellow of the AVDC in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Arzi's clinical and research focus is on oral maxillofacial disorders and regenerative solutions in dogs and cats. His lab also investigates TMJ disorders and treatments across species. Dr. Arzi is the director of the Veterinary Institute for Regenerative Cures (VIRC) at UC Davis. Ultimately, Dr. Arzi's work is translational with the aim of One Health treatment modalities for both human and animal health.