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Khademi, John (with contributions by Carr, Gary B. / Schwartz, Richard S. / Trudeau, Michael)
This book encourages endodontists to develop a sound technical and theoretical understanding of CBCT. The authors compare the capabilities of modern CBCT imaging with traditional radiography and also present vital information about image interpretation and perception to increase competence and confidence in CBCT interpretation and minimize overdiagnosis and subsequent overtreatment.
Miles, Dale A.
Cone beam imaging is fast becoming common place in dental practices for every specialty, and this best-selling book has been updated to reflect the ways in which cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is being used by dental practitioners. As before, the book introduces readers to the different ways of viewing CBCT data sets and guides clinicians in identifying familiar and unfamiliar anatomical landmarks in the three planes of section (axial, sagittal, and coronal). New to this edition are chapters presenting endodontic applications of CBCT, selected cases from radiology practice, and issues of risk and liability associated with capturing CBCT data. In addition, the anatomy chapter has been updated with many new illustrations and a new section on small-volume anatomy. Comprehensive case presentations demonstrate the diagnostic and treatment-planning capabilities of CBCT in its full range of applications while at the same time highlighting situations in which traditional radiographic imaging will suffice.
Patel, Shanon / Harvey, Simon / Shemesh, Hagay / Durack, Conor (Ed.)
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.
A Practical Approach to Digital Photography and Workflow
Feraru, Mirela / Bichacho, Nitzan
This book provides the practicing clinician with a clear and concise guide to dental photography and its role in modern dentistry. The main aspects are broken down into easy-to-follow chapters, all lavishly illustrated with detailed images. Aspects such as the importance of digital documentation, camera components, and photographic equipment as well as simplified protocols for high-end results, different dental specialties, and troubleshooting are all covered within the book’s pages. The authors have condensed their extensive knowledge and expertise into a book that will surely prove invaluable to all those working within modern dental practices.
Att, Wael / Witkowski, Siegbert / Strub, Jörg R. (Ed.)
Digital Workflow in Reconstructive Dentistry is the result of efforts made by the academic team at the Department of Prosthodontics, University Hospital of Freiburg. It aims to build a fundamental understanding of the general principles, science, and clinics of digital dental medicine. The information provided within these pages summarizes the various components of the digital workflow in reconstructive dentistry and discusses their advantages and disadvantages. Moreover, insights are provided about upcoming, game-changing technologies. By reading this book, students, clinicians, and researchers will gain and enhance their knowledge about digital dental medicine and identify the areas they need to focus on next in order to integrate the available technologies in their daily work. Clearly, the path of digital dental medicine will not stop here.
Anatomical textbooks and atlases often fail to meet the clinical demands of defining intraoperative structures for oral implantologists because of the overwhelmingly detailed minutia. Because certain anatomical landmarks are hard to illustrate in a diagram format, students and professionals can be confused when confronted with actual specimens in the dissecting room or in the operatory.
This book, however, shows the structures of the maxilla, the mandible, and the nasal cavity as they actually exist in the dissected or live body, through the presentation of cadaver specimens and clinical cases. Several of the chapters include full-page images of specific cadaver sections with all the relevant anatomical parts labeled for convenience. Cone beam computed tomography images are also presented to show how this technology can be used to measure the bone density, the width of the alveolar ridge, and the exact distance available for implant placement under or above certain anatomical landmarks prior to implant selection.
This book will simplify the learning and execution of implant-related surgical procedures in a region of the body that presents special topographic and anatomical difficulties.
Ayala Paz, Carlos A.
With a reputation as one of dental photography’s most innovative experts, the author of this book elevates clinical photography to artistic expression. This workbook outlines the equipment, settings, and technical steps behind the author’s stunning photography and pairs his handwritten text with images of the production phases as well as the final photographic results. To see these photographs is to see the mouth in a way you can never forget, and this workbook will enable clinicians and lab technicians to likewise showcase the artistry of their own work.