Wednesday, 3 December 2008

New Books - December


Applied Occlusion./ Wassell, Robert; Naru, Amar; et al. Quintessence Publishing, c2008, 29-5, 166 p.

"The concept of pain management has evolved over the last 50 years. It encompasses several medical disciplines including anaesthesiology, neurology and psychology, and has now become a distinct dental entity. This book explores the diagnostic techniques and management philosophies for common orofacial pain complaints."

Biostatistics for Oral Healthcare./ Kim, Jay S. and Ronald J. Dailey. Blackwell Publishing, c 2008, 332p.

"Biostatistics for Oral Healthcare offers students, practitioners, and instructors alike a comprehensive guide to mastering biostatistics and their application to oral healthcare. Drawing on situations and methods from dentistry and oral healthcare, this book provides a thorough treatment of statistical concepts in order to promote in-depth and correct comprehension, supported throughout by technical discussion and a multitude of practical examples."

Interdisciplinary treatment planning : principles, design, implementation./ Cohen, Michael. Quintessence Publishing, c2008, 548 p.

"In private practice, and also affiliated with the U. of Washington School of Dentistry, Cohen nevertheless found time to establish the Seattle Study Club, which meets to address advanced issues in dental treatment planning and has spawned an eponymous quarterly journal. For this reference he invited 17 eminent practitioners to present in detail their approaches to the issues of esthetic adjustments for proportion, display, and length; implant therapy; endodontic predictability; the ideal soft tissue framework; interdisciplinary treatment planning; establishment of a stable occlusal scheme; and the effect of orthognathic surgery on overall treatment, among other topics. The format is oversize (10x13"), and the elegantly produced volume contains abundant color photos. Annotation #169;2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR ( Distributed by Syndetic Solutions, Inc.

Managing Orofacial Pain in practice./ Murphy, Eamonn. Quintessence Publishing, c2008, 37-6, 160 p.

What Do Dentists Really Want? : macromanage your way to greater freedom and a million dollar practice./ Steward, Janet. ManageDent Pros Publishing, c2007, 179p.

"What Do Dentists Really Want? shows you that not only are you not alone, but it also reveals how you can substantially increase your revenue and reduce your stress level by becoming a macromanager. Do what you do best - practice the art of dentistry - and delegate the authority and responsibility for the rest."


 MTA produces superior outcomes in vital primary molar pulpotomy / Doyle, Tracy Lynn. M.Sc. 
Thesis—University of Toronto, 2008.

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