ADA Guide to Dental Therapeutics

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Khaldoun Tarabin
This book provides a quick and accurate reference to the dental practitioner about all aspects of pharmacology and its clinical application in a very easy-to-read fashion. The contributors are well known professors who formulate a very efficient concentrate of information both in text and tables. They do not limit the reader's knowledge to dental drugs only, they also point out other systemic drugs that we may face in our daily practice both from management and oral medicine standpoints. The purpose is to provide a drug reference that is more than a dictionary and less than a textbook of pharmacology, and to help dental professionals knowledgeably communicate with other medical professionals about patients' medications and their dental side effects, especially in a hospital setting. The book is targeted to all dental professionals such as students, residents, practitioners, and academicians, and also to all specialties. I believe that this is an appropriate audience, due to the language of the book and efficient tables that make the information very easy to understand and memorize. The data cover substantial parts of national and specialty board exams, which make this a reliable source of clinical pharmacology. This book is divided into sections: "Drugs used in Dentistry" focuses on drugs prescribed primarily by dentists and provides a full understanding of their actions, doses, adverse reactions, and interactions; "Drugs used in Medicine" is a presentation of drugs that are usually prescribed by physicians, doses of these drugs, and their interaction with dental diagnosis and treatment planning. The third section deals with effects of pharmacology on the dental practice from an oralmedicine point of view. This section, in my judgement, is very important in building and establishing a dental practice that goes beyond the mechanical aspect of dentistry in order to clarify the integration between medicine and dental medicine. The only shortcomings are, in my opinion, a lack of pictures in the first two sections and the too numerous, lengthy tables in section two. This book is second to none in its field. There is no book, to the best of my knowledge, that focuses on such an important issue. The only book I can recall about pharmacology is Neidle's Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Dentistry (Mosby-Year Books, Inc, 1989), which focuses on basic sciences more than clinical application, with no mention of oral medicine or dental drugs. I strongly suggest that this book is to be marketed in a more aggressive way so its benefit will reach everyone in the dental profession.
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Reviewer: Khaldoun Tarabin, BDS, DMD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry)
Description: This book provides a quick and accurate reference to the dental practitioner about all aspects of pharmacology and its clinical application in a very easy-to-read fashion. The contributors are well known professors who formulate a very efficient concentrate of information both in text and tables. They do not limit the reader's knowledge to dental drugs only, they also point out other systemic drugs that we may face in our daily practice both from management and oral medicine standpoints.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a drug reference that is more than a dictionary and less than a textbook of pharmacology, and to help dental professionals knowledgeably communicate with other medical professionals about patients' medications and their dental side effects, especially in a hospital setting.
Audience: The book is targeted to all dental professionals such as students, residents, practitioners, and academicians, and also to all specialties. I believe that this is an appropriate audience, due to the language of the book and efficient tables that make the information very easy to understand and memorize. The data cover substantial parts of national and specialty board exams, which make this a reliable source of clinical pharmacology.
Features: This book is divided into sections: "Drugs used in Dentistry" focuses on drugs prescribed primarily by dentists and provides a full understanding of their actions, doses, adverse reactions, and interactions; "Drugs used in Medicine" is a presentation of drugs that are usually prescribed by physicians, doses of these drugs, and their interaction with dental diagnosis and treatment planning. The third section deals with effects of pharmacology on the dental practice from an oral medicine point of view. This section, in my judgement, is very important in building and establishing a dental practice that goes beyond the mechanical aspect of dentistry in order to clarify the integration between medicine and dental medicine. The only shortcomings are, in my opinion, a lack of pictures in the first two sections and the too numerous, lengthy tables in section two.
Assessment: This book is second to none in its field. There is no book, to the best of my knowledge, that focuses on such an important issue. The only book I can recall about pharmacology is Neidle's Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Dentistry (Mosby-Year Books, Inc, 1989), which focuses on basic sciences more than clinical application, with no mention of oral medicine or dental drugs. I strongly suggest that this book is to be marketed in a more aggressive way so its benefit will reach everyone in the dental profession.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781891748028
  • Publisher: ADA Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3

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