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Pickard's manual of operative dentistry / Edwina A.M. Kidd...[et al.].

Contributor(s): Kidd, Edwina A. M
Material type: TextTextSeries: Oxford Medical PublicationsPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003Edition: 8th edDescription: xiii, 209 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cmISBN: 0198509286; 9780198509288Other title: Manual of operative dentistrySubject(s): Dentistry, Operative | Dentistry, Operative | November2013Genre/Form: -- Reading book DDC classification: 617.67 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
PART I - DISEASES, DISORDERS, DIAGNOSES, DECISIONS, AND DESIGN; 1. Why restore teeth?; 2. Making clinical decisions; 3. Principles of cavity design and preparation; PART II - TREATMENT TECHNIQUES; 4. The operator and the environment; 5. Instruments and handpieces; 6. Bonding to tooth structure; 7. Treatment of pit and fissure caries; 8. Treatment of approximal caries in posterior teeth; 9. Treatment of smooth surface caries, erosion - abrasion lesions, and enamel hypolasia; 10. Treatment of approximal caries, trauma, developmental disorders and discoloration in anterior teeth; 11. Indirect cast metal, porcelain and composite intracoronal restorations; PART III - MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE; 12. The long-term management of patients with restored dentitions
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

PART I - DISEASES, DISORDERS, DIAGNOSES, DECISIONS, AND DESIGN; 1. Why restore teeth?; 2. Making clinical decisions; 3. Principles of cavity design and preparation; PART II - TREATMENT TECHNIQUES; 4. The operator and the environment; 5. Instruments and handpieces; 6. Bonding to tooth structure; 7. Treatment of pit and fissure caries; 8. Treatment of approximal caries in posterior teeth; 9. Treatment of smooth surface caries, erosion - abrasion lesions, and enamel hypolasia; 10. Treatment of approximal caries, trauma, developmental disorders and discoloration in anterior teeth; 11. Indirect cast metal, porcelain and composite intracoronal restorations; PART III - MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE; 12. The long-term management of patients with restored dentitions

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