McDonald and Avery's dentistry for the child and adolescent /

[ book - latin ] Edition statement:9th ed. Published by : Mosby/Elsevier, (Maryland Heights, Mo. :) Physical details: xiv, 704 p. : ill. (some col.), col. map ; 29 cm. ISBN:0323057241; 9780323057240. Year: 2011 Item type: book - latin
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WU 480 M1351 2011 (Browse shelf) 2011 c1 Available 0000811071
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WU 480 M1351 2011 (Browse shelf) 2011 c2 Available چاپ افست 0000811524

Previous ed.: Dentistry for the child and adolescent / [edited by] Ralph E. McDonald, David R. Avery, Jeffrey A. Dean.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Examination of the mouth and other relevant structures -- Child abuse and neglect -- Nonpharmacologic management of children's behaviors -- Development and morphology of the primary teeth -- Radiographic techniques -- Clinical genetics for the dental practitioner -- Acquired and developmental disturbances of the teeth and associated oral structures -- Tumors of the oral soft tissues and cysts and tumors of the bone -- Eruption of the teeth: local, systemic, and congenital factors that influence the process -- Dental caries in the child and adolescent -- Mechanical and chemotherapeutic home oral hygiene -- Nutritional considerations for the pediatric dental patient -- Local anesthesia and pain control for the child and adolescent -- Pharmacologic management of patient behavior -- Hospital dental services for children and the use of general anesthesia -- Dental materials -- Pit and fissure sealants and preventive resin restoration -- Restorative dentistry -- Treatment of deep caries, vital pulp exposure, and pulpless teeth -- Gingivitis and periodontal disease -- Management of trauma to the teeth and supporting tissues -- Prosthodontic treatment of the adolescent patient -- Dental problems of children with disabilities -- Management of the medically compromised patient: hematology, oncology, hepatitis, and AIDS -- Growth of the face and dental arches -- Cephalometrics and facial esthetics: the key to complete treatment planning -- Managing the developing occlusion -- Multidisciplinary team approach to cleft lip and palate management -- Practice management -- Community oral health -- Oral surgery for the pediatric patient.

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