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Clinical Dentistry Daily Reference Guide

Jacobson, William A.


1. Auflage Juli 2022
640 Seiten, Softcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-69071-9
John Wiley & Sons

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The first and only practical reference guide to clinical dentistry

Clinical dentistry involves the practice of preventing, diagnosing, and treating patients' oral health conditions. Clinical Dentistry Daily Reference Guide is a one-stop resource loaded with critical information for day-to-day decision making regarding a myriad of clinical scenarios. This invaluable resource saves time by eliminating the need to search through websites, textbooks, and phone apps to find answers.

This book offers step-by-step assistance on health history treatment modifications, oral cancer screening, radiographic interpretation, treatment planning, preventive dentistry, periodontics, operative dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, toothaches, crown and bridge, dentures, partials, implant crowns, occlusal guards, pharmacology, pediatric dentistry, nitrous sedation, and more.

This comprehensive guide:
* Provides quick access to information in an easy-to-read bulleted format
* Includes hundreds of high-quality clinical images, illustrations, and tables
* Answers real-life patient questions
* Contains procedural steps including post-operative instructions, lab prescriptions, troubleshooting, and clinical pearls
* Features alphabetized medical conditions and treatment modifications, evidence-based guidelines including the dental traumatology guidelines, tables of common medications converted to pediatric dosages, and more.
* Helps dentists gain confidence in their decision making

Clinical Dentistry Daily Reference Guide is a must-have book for all dental students and practicing dentists, both new and seasoned. Other dental professionals that will benefit from this book include dental educators, expanded function dental assistants, and dental hygienists.


About the Author


How to Read this Book

List of Abbreviations

Chapter 1: Medical History and Treatment Modifications

Alphabetized Medical Conditions and Treatment Modifications

Dental Treatment and INR Ranges

Chapter 2: Extraoral exam, Intraoral exam, and Oral Cancer Screening

Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline for the Evaluation of Potentially Malignant

Disorders in the Oral Cavity

Chapter 3: Radiographs and Interpretation

Recommendations for Prescribing Dental Radiographs

Panoramic Anatomy

Chapter 4: Treatment Planning

Treatment Planning Phases

Tooth Replacement Options

Chapter 5: Preventive Dentistry

Caries Risk Assessments

Silver Diamine Fluoride Informed Consent and Protocol

Procedural Steps

Chapter 6: Periodontics

Periodontal Diagnosis

Assignment of Periodontal Maintenance Recall Schedule

Procedural Steps

Chapter 7: Operative Dentistry

Procedural Steps

Chapter 8: Endodontics

Diagnostic Terminology

Formulation of Pulpal and Periradicular Diagnosis

Types of Tooth fractures

Endodontic Case Difficulty Assessment Form and Guidelines

Teeth and Relevant Information

Procedural Steps

Chapter 9: Oral Surgery

Extraction Case Difficulty Assessment

Extraction Steps

Chapter 10: Toothaches

Toothache Checklist

Dental Trauma Checklist

Nonodontogenic Toothaches (Referred Pain)

Teledentistry and Toothaches

Chapter 11: Crown and Bridge

Crown Material Properties

Crown Reduction Guidelines

Crown Steps

Bridge Steps

Chapter 12: Complete Dentures

Evaluation of the Existing Dentures, Edentulous Patient, and Dentate Patient

Procedural Steps

Denture Analyzer Chairside Guide

Chapter 13: Removable Partial Dentures

Removable Appliance Types: Advantages and Disadvantages

Procedural Steps:

Cast Metal RPDs


Flexible Partials

Essix Appliances

Immediate Partials

Repairs, Relines, Repositions, Additions and What the Lab Needs from You

Chapter 14: Implant Crowns

General Measurement Parameters for Dental Implants

Final Impression Steps

Delivery Steps

Peri-Implant Diseases and Conditions

Chapter 15: Occlusal Guards

Oral Appliances: Indications and Types

TMD Self-Care Tips (Adjunctive Treatment)

Chapter 16: Dental Pharmacology

Local Anesthetics

Antibiotic Selection Algorithm

Antibiotic Premedications



Pediatric Antibiotic Dosage Charts

Pediatric Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen Dosage Charts

Pediatric Local Anesthetic Dosage Chart

Chapter 17: Pediatric Dentistry

Tooth Eruption Charts

Pulpal Treatment for Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth

Space Maintainer Scenarios

Procedural Steps

Chapter 18: Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation

Nitrous Sedation Steps

Appendix A: International Association of Dental Traumatology Guidelines

Appendix B: Head and Neck Pain: Travell & Simon's Trigger Point Pain Charts

Appendix C: Basic Life Support

Appendix D: Evidence Based Dentistry Pyramid

Appendix E: Ergonomics for the Dentist, Patient, and Dental Assistant

Appendix F: "CAMBRA" CAries Management By Risk Assessment
WILLIAM A. JACOBSON, DMD, MPH, is a General Dentist at One Community Health in Sacramento, California, USA and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Preventive and Restorative Dental Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Dentistry in San Francisco, California, USA.

W. A. Jacobson, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Dentistry, San Francisco, CA, USA