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Essentials of Clinical Periodontology and Periodontics with Photo CD-ROM
Periodontics an enhancing field has both the scientific and clinical spheres embedded within. This book Essentials of Clinical Periodontology and Periodontics is a learning textbook intended to serve the needs of dental undergraduate students and has been prepared in accordance with the existing syllabus in periodontology for undergraduate dental...
Periodontics an enhancing field has both the scientific and clinical spheres embedded within. This book Essentials of Clinical Periodontology and Periodontics is a learning textbook intended to serve the needs of dental undergraduate students and has been prepared in accordance with the existing syllabus in periodontology for undergraduate dental students. A methological approach and simplicity in language has been the most important objective of this second edition. Part I: The Normal Periodontium, Chapter 1: Anatomy and Development of the Structures of Periodontium, Chapter 2: Biology of Periodontal Tissues, Chapter 3: Periodontal Structures in Aging Humans, Part II: Classification and Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 4: Classification Systems of Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 5: Epidemiology of Gingival and Periodontal Diseases, Part III: Etiopathogenesis, Chapter 6: Periodontal Microbiology (Dental Plaque), Chapter 7: Calculus and Other Etiological Factors, Chapter 8: Host Response: Basic Concepts, Chapter 9: Trauma from Occlusion, Chapter 10: Role of Systemic Diseases in the Etiology of Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 11: Oral Malodor, Chapter 12: Pathogenesis of Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 13: Periodontal Medicine, Chapter 14: Smoking and Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 15: Host Modulation in Periodontal Therapy, Part IV: Periodontal Pathology, Section 1: Gingival Diseases, Chapter 16: Defence Mechanisms of the Gingiva, Chapter 17: Gingival Inflammation, Chapter 18: Clinical Features of Gingivitis, Chapter 19: Gingival Enlargements, Chapter 20: Acute Gingival Infections, Chapter 21: Periodontal Diseases in Children and Young Adolescents, Chapter 22: Desquamative Gingivitis, Section 2: Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 23: The Periodontal Pocket, Chapter 24: Bone Loss and Patterns of Bone Destruction, Chapter 25: Chronic Periodontitis, Chapter 26: Aggressive Periodontitis, Chapter 27: Necrotizing Ulcerative Periodontitis, Refractory Periodontitis and Periodontitis as a Manifestation of Systemic Disease, Chapter 28: AIDS and the Periodontium, Part V: Treatment of Periodontal Diseases, Section 1: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment Plan, Chapter 29: Diagnosis of Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 30: Determination of Prognosis, Chapter 31: Related Risk Factors Associated with Periodontal Diseases, Chapter 32: Various Aids Including Advanced Diagnostic Techniques, Chapter 33: Treatment Plan, Chapter 34: Rationale for Periodontal Treatment, Chapter 35: Periodontal Instrumentarium, Section 2: Periodontal Therapy, Chapter 36: Principles of Periodontal Instrumentation including Scaling and Root Planing, Chapter 37: Plaque Control, Section B: Surgical Therapy, Chapter 38: Principles of Periodontal Surgery, Chapter 39: Gingival Curettage, Chapter 40: Gingivectomy, Chapter 41: Periodontal Flap, Chapter 42: Osseous Surgery, Chapter 43: Mucogingival Surgery, Chapter 44: Furcation Involvement and Its Management, Chapter 45: Pulpoperiodontal Problems, Chapter 46: Splints in Periodontal Therapy, Chapter 47: Dental Implants: Periodontal Considerations, Chapter 48: Maintenace Phase (Supportive Periodontal Treatment), Chapter 49: Occlusal Evaluation and Therapy in the Management of Periodontal Disease, Chapter 50: The Role of Orthodontics as an Adjunct to Periodontal Therapy, Chapter 51: Periodontal: Restorative Inter-relationship, Chapter 52: Drugs Used in Periodontal Therapy, 53. Questionnaire for Clinical Case Discussion.
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