Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence 5 edition

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Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence is a comprehensive textbook on the principles and practices of pediatric dentistry. It is intended for use by dental students, dental practitioners, and other healthcare professionals who work with children. The book covers a wide range of topics related to the oral health of children, including dental development and anatomy, preventive dentistry, restorative dentistry, orthodontics, and oral and maxillofacial surgery. It also includes chapters on behavioral management, pain control, infection control, and emergency management. The book is organized into sections that correspond to different stages of childhood development, from infancy through adolescence. The 5th edition of the book includes updated information on the latest techniques and materials used in pediatric dentistry, as well as new chapters on topics such as digital dentistry and the management of patients with special healthcare needs. It also includes illustrations, photographs, and case studies to help visualize key concepts and apply them in practice. Overall, Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence is an essential resource for anyone interested in the oral health of children, offering a wealth of knowledge and guidance on the principles and practices of pediatric dentistry. The table of contents for Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence, 5E, includes the following chapters: 1. Introduction to Pediatric Dentistry: This chapter provides an overview of the principles and practices of pediatric dentistry, including the basics of patient care, the role of the dentist in diagnosis and treatment planning, and the importance of communication in providing quality care. 2. Oral Development, Growth, and Nutrition: This chapter covers the development of the oral cavity from infancy to adulthood, as well as the role of nutrition in oral health. It also discusses the importance of understanding normal and abnormal growth patterns and how to monitor these in order to ensure proper development. 3. Preventive Dentistry: This chapter covers the basics of preventive dentistry, including the use of fluoride, the importance of patient education, and the role of diet in preventing dental caries. It also discusses the role of sealants in preventing tooth decay and the use of topical fluoride treatments 4. Behavior Guidance: This chapter covers the principles of behavior management, including the importance of communication, positive reinforcement, and understanding the psychology of children. It also discusses strategies for managing difficult or anxious behavior and how to create a comfortable and safe environment for treatment. 5. Traumatic Injury: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of traumatic oral injuries, including the use of radiographs, the management of soft tissue and hard tissue injuries, and the use of splints and other treatment modalities. 6. Orofacial Pain and Oral Habits: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of orofacial pain and oral habits, such as thumb sucking and tongue thrusting. It also discusses the use of habit-breaking appliances and other treatment modalities. 7. Caries Management: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of dental caries, including the use of fluoride applications, sealants, and other restorative treatments. 8. Anomalies of Eruption and Development: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of anomalies of tooth eruption and development, including ectopic eruption, delayed eruption, and impaction 9. Orthodontics: This chapter covers the basics of orthodontics, including the types of appliances used, the use of cephalometric analysis, and the principles of treatment planning. It also discusses the use of fixed and removable appliances, interceptive orthodontics, and the use of tooth-colored braces and aligners. 10. Interceptive Orthodontics: This chapter covers the use of interceptive orthodontics, including the role of early treatment and the use of removable and fixed appliances. It also discusses the use of space maintainers and other treatment modalities. 11. Treatment of the Primary Dentition: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of diseases and conditions of the primary dentition, including caries, pulp therapies, and crowns. 12. Treatment of the Permanent Dentition: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of diseases and conditions of the permanent dentition, including caries, pulp therapies, crowns, and other restorative treatments. 13. Oral Surgery: This chapter covers the basics of oral surgery, including the management of simple and complex extractions, gingival and periodontal procedures, and the treatment of impacted teeth. It also discusses the use of local anesthesia and pre- and post-operative care. 14. Dental Emergencies: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of dental emergencies, including the management of lacerations, avulsions, and periodontal emergencies. 15. Sedation and General Anesthesia: This chapter covers the principles of sedation and general anesthesia, including the indications for sedation and general anesthesia, the use of intravenous and inhalation techniques, and the management of post-operative complications. 16. Oral Pathology: This chapter covers the basics of oral pathology, including the diagnosis and management of common oral lesions and tumors. It also discusses the use of radiographs and biopsy techniques in the diagnosis of oral pathology. 17. Radiology: This chapter covers the principles of radiography, including the use of intraoral, extraoral, and panoramic radiographs. It also discusses the use of digital radiography and other advanced imaging modalities 18. Dental Materials: This chapter covers the basics of dental materials, including the physical and chemical properties of various materials, and the selection and use of materials in restorative and prosthodontic procedures. It also discusses the use of adhesive materials and their application in dental practice. 19. Prosthodontics: This chapter covers the basics of prosthodontics, including the selection and use of complete and removable dentures, partial dentures, and implant-supported prostheses. It also discusses the use of occlusal analysis and other diagnostic techniques in the fabrication of prostheses. 20. Oral Implantology: This chapter covers the basics of oral implantology, including the selection and placement of implants, the use of abutment materials, and the management of implant-related complications. 21. Fixed Prosthodontics: This chapter covers the basics of fixed prosthodontics, including the selection and use of crowns, bridges, and veneers. It also discusses the use of impression materials, fabrication techniques, and other restorative materials. 22. Dental Laboratory Technology: This chapter covers the basics of dental laboratory technology, including the use of casts, frameworks, and ceramic materials. It also discusses the use of CAD/CAM systems and other advanced laboratory techniques. 23. Oral Health Promotion: This chapter covers the basics of oral health promotion, including the principles of health education, the use of public health interventions, and the management of systemic diseases. 24. Practice Management: This chapter covers the basics of practice management, including the selection and use of laboratory materials, the management of patient records, and the use of financial and legal resources.  
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9780323085465

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Elsevier

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Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence is a comprehensive textbook on the principles and practices of pediatric dentistry. It is intended for use by dental students, dental practitioners, and other healthcare professionals who work with children.
The book covers a wide range of topics related to the oral health of children, including dental development and anatomy, preventive dentistry, restorative dentistry, orthodontics, and oral and maxillofacial surgery. It also includes chapters on behavioral management, pain control, infection control, and emergency management. The book is organized into sections that correspond to different stages of childhood development, from infancy through adolescence.
The 5th edition of the book includes updated information on the latest techniques and materials used in pediatric dentistry, as well as new chapters on topics such as digital dentistry and the management of patients with special healthcare needs. It also includes illustrations, photographs, and case studies to help visualize key concepts and apply them in practice.
Overall, Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence is an essential resource for anyone interested in the oral health of children, offering a wealth of knowledge and guidance on the principles and practices of pediatric dentistry.

The table of contents for Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence, 5E, includes the following chapters:


1. Introduction to Pediatric Dentistry: This chapter provides an overview of the principles and practices of pediatric dentistry, including the basics of patient care, the role of the dentist in diagnosis and treatment planning, and the importance of communication in providing quality care.
2. Oral Development, Growth, and Nutrition: This chapter covers the development of the oral cavity from infancy to adulthood, as well as the role of nutrition in oral health. It also discusses the importance of understanding normal and abnormal growth patterns and how to monitor these in order to ensure proper development.
3. Preventive Dentistry: This chapter covers the basics of preventive dentistry, including the use of fluoride, the importance of patient education, and the role of diet in preventing dental caries. It also discusses the role of sealants in preventing tooth decay and the use of topical fluoride treatments
4. Behavior Guidance: This chapter covers the principles of behavior management, including the importance of communication, positive reinforcement, and understanding the psychology of children. It also discusses strategies for managing difficult or anxious behavior and how to create a comfortable and safe environment for treatment.
5. Traumatic Injury: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of traumatic oral injuries, including the use of radiographs, the management of soft tissue and hard tissue injuries, and the use of splints and other treatment modalities.
6. Orofacial Pain and Oral Habits: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of orofacial pain and oral habits, such as thumb sucking and tongue thrusting. It also discusses the use of habit-breaking appliances and other treatment modalities.
7. Caries Management: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of dental caries, including the use of fluoride applications, sealants, and other restorative treatments.
8. Anomalies of Eruption and Development: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of anomalies of tooth eruption and development, including ectopic eruption, delayed eruption, and impaction
9. Orthodontics: This chapter covers the basics of orthodontics, including the types of appliances used, the use of cephalometric analysis, and the principles of treatment planning. It also discusses the use of fixed and removable appliances, interceptive orthodontics, and the use of tooth-colored braces and aligners.
10. Interceptive Orthodontics: This chapter covers the use of interceptive orthodontics, including the role of early treatment and the use of removable and fixed appliances. It also discusses the use of space maintainers and other treatment modalities.
11. Treatment of the Primary Dentition: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of diseases and conditions of the primary dentition, including caries, pulp therapies, and crowns.
12. Treatment of the Permanent Dentition: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of diseases and conditions of the permanent dentition, including caries, pulp therapies, crowns, and other restorative treatments.
13. Oral Surgery: This chapter covers the basics of oral surgery, including the management of simple and complex extractions, gingival and periodontal procedures, and the treatment of impacted teeth. It also discusses the use of local anesthesia and pre- and post-operative care.
14. Dental Emergencies: This chapter covers the diagnosis and management of dental emergencies, including the management of lacerations, avulsions, and periodontal emergencies.
15. Sedation and General Anesthesia: This chapter covers the principles of sedation and general anesthesia, including the indications for sedation and general anesthesia, the use of intravenous and inhalation techniques, and the management of post-operative complications.
16. Oral Pathology: This chapter covers the basics of oral pathology, including the diagnosis and management of common oral lesions and tumors. It also discusses the use of radiographs and biopsy techniques in the diagnosis of oral pathology.
17. Radiology: This chapter covers the principles of radiography, including the use of intraoral, extraoral, and panoramic radiographs. It also discusses the use of digital radiography and other advanced imaging modalities
18. Dental Materials: This chapter covers the basics of dental materials, including the physical and chemical properties of various materials, and the selection and use of materials in restorative and prosthodontic procedures. It also discusses the use of adhesive materials and their application in dental practice.
19. Prosthodontics: This chapter covers the basics of prosthodontics, including the selection and use of complete and removable dentures, partial dentures, and implant-supported prostheses. It also discusses the use of occlusal analysis and other diagnostic techniques in the fabrication of prostheses.
20. Oral Implantology: This chapter covers the basics of oral implantology, including the selection and placement of implants, the use of abutment materials, and the management of implant-related complications.
21. Fixed Prosthodontics: This chapter covers the basics of fixed prosthodontics, including the selection and use of crowns, bridges, and veneers. It also discusses the use of impression materials, fabrication techniques, and other restorative materials.
22. Dental Laboratory Technology: This chapter covers the basics of dental laboratory technology, including the use of casts, frameworks, and ceramic materials. It also discusses the use of CAD/CAM systems and other advanced laboratory techniques.
23. Oral Health Promotion: This chapter covers the basics of oral health promotion, including the principles of health education, the use of public health interventions, and the management of systemic diseases.
24. Practice Management: This chapter covers the basics of practice management, including the selection and use of laboratory materials, the management of patient records, and the use of financial and legal resources.

 

ISBN9780323085465
AuthorPaul S. Casamassimo DDS MS and Henry W. Fields Jr. DDS MS MSD
PublisherElsevier
Weight2.086 kg

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