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Dental Trauma at a Glance. Edition No. 1. At a Glance (Dentistry)

  • ID: 5234654
  • Book
  • May 2021
  • 96 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Written in a short and concise manner, Dental Trauma at a Glance is a practical reference that contains essential information on the safe and effective clinical management of acute adult dental trauma injuries.

The book addresses the numerous types of adult dental injuries and contains guidance on how the correct identification and treatment of these injuries can be time sensitive. Filled with helpful illustrations and photographs, the text is formatted in a step-by-step manner for the reader to arrive at the correct diagnosis and the most up-to-date management for safe and optimum patient care.

  • Provides the most contemporary must-have information for the clinical management of acute adult dental trauma
  • Its format is quick and easy to use
  • Offers a highly illustrated text with quality clinical photographs to aid with learning and revision
  • Provides an understanding of traumatic adult dental injuries, their healing and an insight into their longer-term sequelae

A new addition to the popular at a Glance series, Dental Trauma at a Glance is an indispensable hands-on guide for dental students and general dental practitioners.

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About the companion website

Dedication

Preface

Foreword

1 Risk Factors for Dental Trauma

2 Prevention of Dental Trauma

3 Essential Armamentarium

4 Examination of Dental Trauma

5 Infraction   

6 Enamel Fracture

7 Enamel-Dentine Fracture

8 Enamel-Dentine-Pulp Fracture

9 Crown-Root Fracture

10 Crown-Root Fracture with Pulp Involvement

11 Root Fracture

12 Alveolar Process Fracture

13 Concussion

14 Subluxation

15 Extrusion Luxation

16 Intrusive Luxation

17 Lateral Luxation

18 Principles of Luxations and  Repositioning

19 Avulsion of a Closed Apex Tooth

20 Principles of Splinting

21 Post-Operative Instructions

22 Follow Up and Splint Removal

23 Indications for Endodontic Treatment

24 Sclerosis

25 Discolouration

26 Managing the Open Apex

27 Root Resorption – External Replacement

28 Root Resorption – External Cervical

29 Root resorption - Internal Inflammatory

30 Tooth Replacement Options

31 Autotransplantation

32 Roles of Orthodontic Treatment

Appendices

References

Index

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