This classic and well-respected book has been entirely updated, from the latest information, to a colorful new design and extensive color illustrations. Previously published as Outline of Periodontics, this edition has grown into a more comprehensive, heavily referenced, authoritative text. It examines disease of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth, and it helps general dental practitioners prevent tooth loss in their patients through establishing a treatment plan that emphasizes periodontal health. One of the most respected UK textbooks on periodontology. Comprehensive material covers both the scientific background of periodontics, as well as the treatment of patients. An acclaimed chapter on periodontal considerations in restorative dentistry highlights this important topic. The appearance of the book has been entirely reworked to include color photos throughout, color highlights to line diagrams, and shaded tables to enhance the clarity of material. New and updated information is provided on plaque, genetic and stress factors, and the immune system. A new section examines periodontal disease as a risk factor for systemic disease. Information on the chemotherapeutic approach has been divided among three new chapters on Antiseptics, Antibiotics, and Antibiotic Prophylaxis.(1991) monitored 30 patients with moderateaadvanced chronic periodontitis for 6 months. ... Intraalveolar defects, i.e. defects within the alveolar process, are commonly classified according to the number of Figure 8.8 Radiographical appearance of bone defect associated with an ... Note early alveolar resorption in other areas that are related to suprabony pockets # J a) b) d) Figure 8.9 Diagram to show.
|Author||:||Barry M. Eley, Julius David Manson|
|Publisher||:||John Wright - 2004|