A concise pocket guide to clinical dentistry, offering the dental student clear guidance on dental condition, practical procedures and patient management.
Instant pocket guide to dental conditions, practical procedures and patient management - ideal for quick reference on the clinic.Boxes in second colour clearly highlight definitions.Exclamation mark icon draws attention to important points and likely pitfalls for the inexperienced.Attractive two-colour page design with two colour line diagrams makes book easy to use.
New chapter on law, ethics and quality dental careCovers advances in restorative dentistryRevised guidance on dental emergencies in keeping with updated guidelines from the European Resuscitation Council
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Chapter 4 Dental radiology
Chapter 5 Drug prescribing and therapeutics
Chapter 6 Analgesia sedation and general anaesthesia
Chapter 7 Dental materials
Chapter 8 Preventive and community dental practice
Chapter 9 Paediatric dentistry
Chapter 10 Periodontology
Chapter 11 Operative dentistry
Chapter 15 Oral medicine
Chapter 16 General medicine of relevance to dentistry
Chapter 17 Emergencies in dentistry
Average dates of mineralization and eruption
Normal laboratory values of relevance to medicine
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