Friday, 27 January 2017

New Books - February 2017

Books

Advanced Protocols for Medical Emergencies: An Action Plan for Office Respose, 4th ed. / By D.P. Lewis and A.M. McMullin
Lexi-Comp, Inc., 2015.

"Advanced Protocols for Medical Emergencies is a must for all offices administering nitrous oxide, consious sedation and general anesthesia. This manual provides information to the anesthesia team so that prevention, preparation, protocols and management of office emergencies are an integral part of the normal operation base."

From Back Cover

The Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, 1916-2016: A Dental School on University Lines / By A.J. Formicola
Columbia University Press, 2016.

"In 1916, Columbia University established the School of Dentistry (now known as the College of Dental Medicine). In 1917, the university merged the school with the newly acquired New York Post-graduate School of Dentistry and New York School of Dental Hygiene. To those working in the health sciences, the move was a powerful signal of a field on the rise. It recognized dental medicine as a key component of individual and social well-being and initiated a monumental era in medical innovation and progressive public health outcomes.

This hundred-year history shares the turbulent story of dentistry, a medical field in the making. It recounts the institutional battles and research controversies that set the terms for the development and practice of dentistry. The assimilation of the dental school into the university system was not smooth. Rivalries played out in public and in private; traditionalists fought the inclusion of a young and evolving medical approach. Once the school found its footing, the College of Dental Medicine developed rapidly, and by the end of the twentieth century, had successfully launched a series of global outreach programs that immeasurably helped impoverished and underserved communities worldwide. The school's work now includes transitioning the field into the digital age and effecting even greater change in the lives of those without access to high-quality dental care. Featuring fascinating biographical details of the school's major teachers, administrators, and graduates, this book secures the reputation of Columbia University's College of Dental Medicine as a global leader in advancing the public good."


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Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Endodontics / Edited by S. Patel, S. Harvey, H. Shemesh, C. Durak
Quintessence Publishing, 2016.

"In recent years, cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has become much more widely available and utilised in all aspects of dentistry, including endodontics. Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Endodontics is designed to inform readers about the appropriate use of CBCT in endodontics, and enhance their clinical practice with this exciting imaging modality."

From Back Cover

Pearson Education, Inc., 2016.

"Despite the increasingly important relationships between nutrition and oral health, many dental health professionals may still be hesitant to give nutrition guidance to their patients. Diet and Nutrition in Oral Health is designed to enable readers to answer patient questions and integrate nutrition into clinical practice just as comfortably as they would fluoride and other preventive modalities. Filled with models, guidelines, and practical suggestions, the book can be used as a how-to manual for diet screening and guidance. Readers can also use the book and appendix as a reference on specific nutrition topics, life-cycle groups, or health-related conditions. For educators, an Instructor’s Manual with lecture outlines, topics for discussion, and lecture PowerPoints is available to supplement your course."

From Publisher's Website


"With the publication of the revised ANSI/ADA Specification No. 57 in 1993, the USA expert meeting with the ISO/TC Subcommittee 1, Working Group 2 for Endodontic Materials proposed that the specification be used for revision to ISO 6876, Dental Root Canal Sealing Materials. The final version of the ISO revision includes many of the US proposals. Round robin testing by members of the ISO working group, including the USA, resulted in new test procedures and test molds for Setting time, Dimensional Change following setting, and Solubility."

From Foreword, pg. 2

Quintessence Publishing, 2016.

"This unique collaboration between 17 internationally renowned women dentists has resulted in an inspirational textbook on esthetics in modern dentistry. Illustrated with over 800 figures, this book presents a thorough overview of various aspects of esthetics, including orthodontics and orthognathics, implantation, restoration, rehabilitation, materials, trauma, and surgery.
Each author also provides fascinating insight into their journey to become a successful female dentist in a male-dominated industry. The stories differ, but the results are the smae - excellent patient care and excellent esthetics."

From Back Cover

The United Church Publishing House, 1987.

"Peter Sturberg, was born in China, at Chefoo. The place that Peter remembers best was Kaifeng where his father was Postal Commissioner of Honan and where the Canadian Anglican mission was located. His father was also Postal Commissioner of Western Szechwan and was stationed in Chengtu, the headquarters of Canada's largest mission, the United Church West China Mission.
Peter Stursberg was the first CBC war corespondent to cover the Canadian troops in action and many of his reports are in the Public Archives Canada. He was described recently as the pre-eminent practitioner of oral history. This is his tenth book."

From Back Cover

Quintessence Publishing, 2012.

"The sixth volume of the ITI Treatment Guide series provides clinical recommendations for implant-supported prosthodontic treatments in patients with multiple missing adjacent teeth in the esthetic zone. The authors review the current literature before detailing the treatment alternatives and procedures based on the scientific and clinical evidence. Special emphasis is given to preoperative evaluation, treatment planning, and assessment of risk factors for the complex indications of the esthetic zone. Descriptions of the surgical and prosthodontic procedures include step-by-step clinical case presentations. Complications of various etiologies are also highlighted with preventive measures as well as clinical cases that document their management." 

From Publisher's Website

Elsevier Ltd., 2016.

"Marsh and Martin's Oral Microbiology continues to offer the essentials of oral microbiology in an easy-to-read, readily accessible format. Commencing with a description of the healthy mouth and the properties of the resident oral microbiota, the new edition of this popular textbook then explores the formation and consequences of plaque development, plaque-mediated disease, orofacial infection, antimicrobial agents and prophylaxis, orofacial fungal and viral infections, and the relationship between oral microbiota and systemic disease. The book is completed by a chapter on infection control."

From Back Cover

Quintessence Publishing, 2016.

"This comprehensive examination workbook provides more than 700 practice questions on oral implantology. Topics include medical problems, biomedical sciences, radiology and computer-assisted technology, anatomy, biomechanics, patient data, treatment planning, principles of implantology, bone and soft tissue grafting, implant prosthodontics and occlusion, esthetics, maintenance, pharmacology, and complications."

From Publisher's Website


Thieme Publishers, 2016.

"Orthodontic Postgraduate Education: A Global Perspective is the first book of its kind to report on the global educational environment in orthodontics and review the structure and function of postgraduate orthodontic programs in different parts of the world. It begins with an overview of the history and current state of orthodontic education, and then describes the academic, clinical, and research components of orthodontic specialty programs in Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East, and Oceania. The book also provides useful facts about the organizational aspects of orthodontic board examinations."

From Publisher's Website


Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012.

"This study assessed which behaviour management techniques, BMTs, pediatric dentists are using, and find effective in treating patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ASD and identified influences which contributed to their use. Surveys were mailed and emailed to 1669 members of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Seven hundred eighty-nine (48.2%) completed surveys were returned. Nearly 60% of respondents treated children with ASD weekly or more frequently. Of the 23 listed BMTs, General Anaesthesia, Tell-Show-Do, Distraction, and Non-verbal Communication, were considered effective. Seventy percent of respondents were primarily users of classical BMTs. Pharmacological and classical techniques, are used frequently, but may not be effective. Time and costs limit the use of modern techniques. Cost efficiency and long-term patient management were the most influential factors in selecting a BMT; patient co-operation was the least influential. Pediatric dentists recognized a need for further education related to behaviour management of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders."

From Publisher's Website


Bentham Science Publishers, 2015.

"The phosphorylated proteins of the extracellular matrix of bone and teeth play a crucial structural role in the two tissues. They also act as signaling molecules. Phosphorylated extracellular matrix proteins have been implicated in nucleation and mineralization of skeletal tissues. This e-book covers research on these specific proteins, including details about the cells producing these molecules, their impact on bone and teeth pathology (osteogenesis and dentinogenesis imperfecta) and the potential of these molecules in promoting of inhibiting mineralization."

From Publisher's Website


Springer, 2015.

"This book presents the current state of research on the basic scientific aspects of root canal biofilm biology within a clinically applicable context. Root canal biofilms are complex polymicrobial structures adhering to the root canal surface that are formed by microorganisms invading the pulpal space of teeth, and are associated with persistent root canal infections. Concerted efforts to study root canal biofilms have been made in the past decade, resulting in the publication of observational and experimental studies that detail the morphology and biology of these structures in infected root canals. In addition to confirming that bacteria in root canals do not exist in free-floating planktonic states as previously assumed, this new information on root canal biofilm infections has provided an opportunity to re-evaluate conventional clinical protocols and improve endodontic therapeutic measures."

From Publisher's Website


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