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Published August, 2012
By Tom Parker
Publisher: Port Campbell (Thomas Parker)

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Published February, 2011
By Jason Portnof, Timothy Leung and Jason E. Portnof
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (McGraw-Hill Medical)
NBDE Part II-style questions written by dental students who just took the exam

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Published February, 2006
By Rudolf Beer and Michael Baumann
Publisher: Thieme (TFL)

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The first sign of facial beauty was displayed in Egyptian civilization art works as they started to understand the divine or golden proportion that was known as a golden ratio which could be defined as the ratio that considered to be the most aesthetically pleasing to the human's eye and the base of countless mysteries over centuries. In the past, the cephalometic analysis represented an important tool in planning an orthodontic treatment, but today, the focus is mainly on the facial soft tissue and the dental assessment by using photographs. Despite most of the orthodontists are focused primarily on the occlusal discrepancies and mal-relations when discussing the needs of orthodontic treatment with the patients, and the patients and parents are focused mainly on the appearance, the orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning should have a broader extent, include the occlusion, tooth shape and appearance of the face to have both excellent occlusion and excellent aesthetics, although this is quite difficult, but it is the goal that all orthodontists should pursue. This book represents a master thesis in orthodontics from the College of Dentistry-University of Baghdad/Iraq. The uniqueness of this work comes from that it is the first one that analyses the micro-aesthetic appearance to establish normative values for the Iraqi population and find out whether there is a correlation between apparent mesiodistal measurements of maxillary anterior teeth and facial measurements by an indirect method of measurement, using photographs in a sample of Iraqi population.

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By None
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Wiley-Blackwell)
This book provides practical strategies for dentists to effectively and confidently communicate with many dental insurance issues, as well as with their patients and members of their staff. Providing real-world examples and sample letters, the book includes specific guidance on how to handle common communication scenarios to avoid being caught off-guard or unprepared. Leadership and Communication in Dentistry begins with a unique section discussing communications with insurance companies, including negotiations, PPO contract issues, appeals letters, and more. It then includes chapters on communicating with patients, addressing how to listen to their concerns and motivate them, and staff, emphasizing how to be a better leader and institute office policies. The final section explores how dentists can use leadership and communication skills to improve their practice of dentistry. Provides concrete guidance on how dentists can confidently take the lead on conversations with dental insurance companies, their staff, and their patients Includes real-world examples of how to lead through communications Divided into sections covering communications with insurance companies, dental patients, and staff members Teaches that being mindful of proper communication and leadership skills will create a true balance for the successful dentist leader to become successful at living Leadership and Communication in Dentistry is a must-have resource for any dentist or dental student wishing to improve their communication skills.

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By None
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Wiley-Blackwell)
Comprehensive in scope, Aesthetic Orthognathic Surgery and Rhinoplasty presents orthognathic surgery from an aesthetic perspective, encompassing analysis, diagnosis, treatment, 3D virtual planning, and adjunctive procedures. Easily accessible clinical information presented in a concise and approachable format Well-illustrated throughout with more than 1,000 clinical photographs Includes access to a companion website with videos of surgical procedures

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This issue of Dental Clinics of North America focuses on Prosthodontics, and is edited by Drs. Lisa A. Lang, and Lily T. Garcia. Articles will include: Update on Perio-Prosthodontics; State of the Art of Imaging and Prosthesis Fabrication; Prosthodontic Management of Implant Therapy--Esthetic Complications; Management of Implant/Prosthodontic Complications; Biomaterials; Ceramic & Adhesive Technologies; Management of Edentulous Patients; Revisiting the Removable Partial Denture; Evidence-based Decision Making in Prosthodontic Care; Diagnosis and Treatment of Women with Obstructive Sleep Apnea; The Use of Guided Surgery in the Placement of Implants by Prosthodontists; Management of the Esthetically Compromised Patient; and more!

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Back and better than ever, Darby and Walsh's Dental Hygiene: Theory and Practice, 5th Edition offers everything you need to succeed in your coursework, at certification, and in clinical practice. No other dental hygiene text incorporates the clinical skills, theory, and evidence-based practice in such an approachable way. All discussions - from foundational concepts to diagnosis to pain management - are presented within the context of a unique patient-centered model that takes the entire person into consideration. New to this fifth edition is a much more streamlined approach - one that stays focused on need-to-know information, yet also houses expanded content on things like alternative practice settings, pediatric care, risk assessment, and dental hygiene diagnosis to give you added context when needed. This edition is also filled with new modern illustrations and new clinical photos to augment your learning. If you want a better grasp of all the dental hygienist's roles and responsibilities in today's practice, they Darby and Walsh's renowned text is a must-have.Focus on research and evidence-base practice provide proven findings and practical applications for topics of interest in modern dental hygiene care.Step-by-step procedure boxes with accompanying illustrations, clinical photos, and rationales outline the equipment required and the steps involved in performing key procedures. Critical thinking exercises, cases, and scenarios help hone your application and problem-solving skills.Feature boxes highlight patient education, law, ethics, and safety.UNIQUE! Discussions of theory provide a solid foundation for practice.Key terms are called out within chapters and defined in glossary with cross-references to chapters.Practice quizzes enable you to self-assess your understanding.NEW! Streamlined approach focuses on the information you need to know along with the practical applications.NEW! Added content covers alternative practice settings, new infection control guidelines, pediatric care, risk assessment, dental hygiene diagnosis, the electronic health record (EHR), and more. NEW! Modern illustrations and updated clinical photos give you a better picture of how to perform essential skills and utilize clinical technology.NEW! Online procedures videos guide you step-by-step through core clinical skills.NEW! Editorial team brings a fresh perspective and more than 30 years of experience in dental hygiene education, practice, and research.

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By None
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Wiley-Blackwell)
This book provides practical strategies for dentists to effectively and confidently communicate with many dental insurance issues, as well as with their patients and members of their staff. Providing real-world examples and sample letters, the book includes specific guidance on how to handle common communication scenarios to avoid being caught off-guard or unprepared. Leadership and Communication in Dentistry begins with a unique section discussing communications with insurance companies, including negotiations, PPO contract issues, appeals letters, and more. It then includes chapters on communicating with patients, addressing how to listen to their concerns and motivate them, and staff, emphasizing how to be a better leader and institute office policies. The final section explores how dentists can use leadership and communication skills to improve their practice of dentistry. Provides concrete guidance on how dentists can confidently take the lead on conversations with dental insurance companies, their staff, and their patients Includes real-world examples of how to lead through communications Divided into sections covering communications with insurance companies, dental patients, and staff members Teaches that being mindful of proper communication and leadership skills will create a true balance for the successful dentist leader to become successful at living Leadership and Communication in Dentistry is a must-have resource for any dentist or dental student wishing to improve their communication skills.

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By None
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Wiley-Blackwell)
Comprehensive in scope, Aesthetic Orthognathic Surgery and Rhinoplasty presents orthognathic surgery from an aesthetic perspective, encompassing analysis, diagnosis, treatment, 3D virtual planning, and adjunctive procedures. Easily accessible clinical information presented in a concise and approachable format Well-illustrated throughout with more than 1,000 clinical photographs Includes access to a companion website with videos of surgical procedures

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£271.00
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