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Orthodontics: Diagnosis of & Management of Malocclusion & Dentofacial Deformities. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 4806750
  • Book
  • 1274 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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The second edition is expanded and rejuvenated with a greater focus on PG students, orthodontic educators, UG students and practitioners. The book covers entire panorama of science and clinical practice of orthodontics, from basics to clinical, presented in 58 chapters organised in 15 sections. The information is provided in-depth, literature supported, complimented with real life scenarios and case reports. A special effort has been made to include structured information on subjects of relevance which are much talked about but found only in journals.

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Section i: Fundamentals of Orthodontics

Chapter 1 Consequences of malocclusion and benefits of orthodontic treatment

Chapter 2 Epidemiology of malocclusion and orthodontic treatment needs

Chapter 3 Recording the severity of malocclusion: orthodontic indices

Chapter 4 Classification and methods of recording malocclusion

Chapter 5 Psychological implications of malocclusion and orthodontic treatment

Chapter 6 Biological basis for orthodontic tooth movement

Section ii: Growth of Face and Craniofacial Complex

Chapter 7 Prenatal development of the foetus with reference to craniofacial region

Chapter 8 Concepts of growth and development

Chapter 9 Postnatal growth of face and craniofacial region

Chapter 10 Altered orofacial functions and development of face and occlusion

Section iii: Orthodontic Diagnosis

Chapter 11 Clinical evaluation

Chapter 12 Diagnostic records

Chapter 13 Three-dimensional imaging in orthodontics

Section IV: Orthodontic Cephalometrics

Chapter 14 Introduction to cephalometrics: historical perspectives and methods

Chapter 15 Downs' analysis

Chapter 16 Tweed's analysis

Chapter 17 Steiner's analysis

Chapter 18 Ricketts' analysis

Chapter 19 Vertical linear dimensions of face and Sassouni's analysis

Chapter 20 Soft tissue analysis of face

Chapter 21 PA cephalometric analysis

Chapter 22 Errors in cephalometrics

Chapter 23 Computerised and digital cephalometrics

Chapter 24 Cephalometric superimpositions

Section V: Removable Orthodontic Appliances

Chapter 25 Role of removable appliances in contemporary orthodontics

Chapter 26 Invisible removable appliances: clear aligners

Section VI: Fixed Orthodontic Appliance

Chapter 27 Components of fixed orthodontic appliance

Chapter 28 Orthodontic archwires: material and their properties

Chapter 29 Rubber and synthetic elastic accessories

Chapter 30 Orthodontic adhesives and bonding techniques

Section VII: Contemporary Orthodontic Treatment

Chapter 31 Principles of biomechanics and appliance design

Chapter 32 Anchorage in orthodontic practice

Chapter 33 Orthodontic treatment with contemporary fixed appliance - Step 1: laying the foundation

Chapter 34 Orthodontic treatment with contemporary fixed appliance - Step 2: major tooth movements

Chapter 35 Orthodontic treatment with contemporary fixed appliance - Step 3: finishing and detailing

Section VIII: Interceptive Orthodontics

Chapter 36 Preservation of normal occlusion and interception of malocclusion during early mixed dentition

Chapter 37 Nonextraction treatment

Section IX: Class II Malocclusion

Chapter 38 Class II division 1 malocclusion: features and early intervention of growing maxillary excess

Chapter 39 Fundamentals of functional appliance therapy

Chapter 40A Interception and treatment of mandibular retrusion with removable functional appliances

Chapter 40B Interception and treatment of mandibular retrusion with non-compliant fixed functional appliances

Chapter 41 Mode of action of functional appliances

Chapter 42 Dentofacial orthopaedics for class II malocclusion with vertical maxillary excess

Chapter 43 Management of class II malocclusion with fixed appliance

Chapter 44 Class II division 2 malocclusion

Section X: Class III Malocclusion

Chapter 45 Class III malocclusion in growing patients

Chapter 46 Orthodontic treatment of borderline class III malocclusion

Section XI: Newer Trends in Orthodontic Practice

Chapter 47 Temporary anchorage devices

Chapter 48 Surgically facilitated rapid tooth movement (SF-RTM)

Chapter 49 Orthodontic considerations of inter-disciplinary treatment

Section XII: Impaction and Transposition

Chapter 50 Orthodontic aspects of impacted teeth

Chapter 51 Transposition of teeth

Section XIII: Surgical Aspects of Orthodontic Treatment

Chapter 52 Ortho-surgical management of skeletal malocclusions

Chapter 53 Maxillomandibular distraction osteogenesis

Section XIV: Expanding Role of Orthodontist and Inter-disciplinary Care

Chapter 54 Inter-disciplinary management of cleft lip and palate

Chapter 55 Orthodontist's role in upper airway sleep disorders 709

Section XV: Steps in Conclusion of Orthodontic Therapy

Chapter 56 Deband, Debracketing and delivery of retention appliance

Chapter 57 Post-orthodontic care and management of white spot lesions

Chapter 58 Maintenance of the outcome results, retention and relapse
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Kharbanda, Om Prakash Professor and Head, Division of Orthodontics.
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