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Practical Procedures in Dental Occlusion

Al-Ani, Ziad / Yar, Riaz

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1. Auflage Dezember 2021
224 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-67851-9
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PRACTICAL PROCEDURES IN DENTAL OCCLUSION

A robust and accessible resource on occlusion for general dental practitioners

Practical Procedures in Dental Occlusion delivers a solid and reliable exploration of dental occlusion. The book offers practical and accessible information about evidence-based techniques applicable to everyday clinical situations encountered in general practice.

The authors provide a straightforward guide to the optimisation of restorative treatment outcomes, including occlusion in simple and advanced restorative care. The inclusion of questions at the end of the book, a glossary of useful terms and phrases in occlusion encourages self-assessment.

Readers will also find:
* Thorough introductions to common prosthodontic terms, neuromuscular ­philosophies, and the equipment and techniques used in occlusal examination
* Practical explorations of typical problems faced by practitioners when recording occlusal contacts using different articulating papers
* Overviews of "high crown" clinical scenarios, including the importance of opposing alginate impressions and cast mounting
* An insightful treatment of the clinical scenario of a fractured upper central incisor composite restoration

Perfect for undergraduate dental students and general dental practitioners, Practical Procedures in Dental Occlusion is a valuable resource for those seeking a systematic and logical treatment of the management of occlusal problems.

Acknowledgements, 00

About the Companion Website, 00

About the Book, 00

Chapter 1 Terminology, 00

Chapter 2 Neuroanatomy - why is it important? 00

Chapter 3 What's of use to me in practice? Armamentarium, equipment and techniques, 00

Chapter 4 I don't know what I am recording. Where are the true contacts? 00

Chapter 5 The crown is high, 00

Chapter 6 My bite feels different, 00

Chapter 7 My front tooth filling keeps fracturing, 00

Chapter 8 TMD and occlusion - is there a link? 00

Chapter 9 How would I adjust a high occlusal contact? 00

Chapter 10 How would I ensure a good occlusion on posterior composite restorations? 00

Chapter 11 My front teeth feel loose and are moving, 00

Chapter 12 Canine guidance or group function? 00

Chapter 13 Replacing missing teeth - abutment is involved with guidance, 00

Chapter 14 The space is lost! Loss of occlusal space following crown prep, 00

Chapter 15 My front teeth are worn, 00

Chapter 16 All my teeth are restored but don't meet like they did before, 00

Chapter 17 I am breaking my teeth and veneers and lost a tooth due to grinding, 00

Chapter 18 Occlusion on implants. Any difference? 00

Glossary of Terms, 00

Short Answer Questions, 00

Index, 0
About the Authors

Ziad Al-Ani, BDS, Oral Surg PG Dip, Fixed Pros PG Dip, PGCAP, MSc, PhD, MFDS RCS(Ed), FHEA, RET Fellow is Senior Lecturer at the School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing, University of Glasgow, UK.

Riaz Yar, BDS, MFDS RCS (Edin), MPhil (Restorative), DPDS, Dip Implant Dent RCS (Edin), MPros Dent RCS (Edin), FDS RCS (Edin), Masters in Soft Tissue around Teeth and Implants (Bologna) is Director of The Square Advanced Dental Care, Visiting Professor, and a ­specialist in prosthodontics, UK.

Z. Al-Ani, Glasgow Dental Hospital & School, Glasgow, UK