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This new, updated edition of CARRANZA'S CLINICAL PERIODONTOLOGY is the most comprehensive and authoritative resource in periodontics available today. Beautifully illustrated, it describes clinical aspects of modern periodontology balanced by detailed presentations of the fundamental basis of anatomy, physiology, etiology, and pathology. Discussions of the interrelationships between periodontal and restorative dental therapies set it apart from other books. The 9th Edition features a new 2-color format, 32 pages of full-color photos, and 6 new chapters that feature the latest advances in technology, including the use of digital imaging, dental implants, and changes in surgical techniques. A NEW companion CD-ROM showcases 750 clinical images in full color and provides review material to strengthen the user's diagnostic, treatment planning, and treatment skills.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721683317
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/31/2001
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 9
  • Pages: 1056
  • Product dimensions: 8.76 (w) x 11.16 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction : the historical background of periodontology 1
Pt. 1 Evidence-based decision making 11
Ch. 1 Introduction to evidence-based decision making 12
Ch. 2 Assessing evidence 22
Ch. 3 Implementing evidence-based decisions in clinical practice 36
Pt. 2 The normal periodontium 45
Ch. 4 The gingiva 46
Ch. 5 The tooth-supporting structures 68
Ch. 6 Aging and the periodontium 93
Pt. 3 Classification and epidemiology of periodontal diseases 99
Ch. 7 Classification of diseases and conditions affecting the periodontium 100
Ch. 8 Epidemiology of gingival and periodontal diseases 110
Pt. 4 Etiology of periodontal diseases 133
Ch. 9 Microbiology of periodontal diseases 134
Ch. 10 The role of dental calculus and other predisposing factors 170
Ch. 11 Genetic factors associated with periodontal disease 193
Ch. 12 Immunity and inflammation : basic concepts 209
Ch. 13 Microbial interactions with the host in periodontal diseases 228
Ch. 14 Smoking and periodontal disease 251
Ch. 15 Molecular biology of the host-microbe interaction in periodontal diseases : selected topics : molecular signaling aspects of pathogen-mediated bone destruction in periodontal diseases 259
Ch. 16 Host modulation 275
Pt. 5 Relationship between periodontal disease and systemic health 283
Ch. 17 Influence of systemic disorders and stress on the periodontium 284
Ch. 18 Periodontal medicine : impact of periodontal infection on systemic health 312
Ch. 19 Oral malodor 330
Pt. 6 Periodontal pathology 343
Ch. 20 Defense mechanisms of the gingiva 344
Ch. 21 Gingival inflammation 355
Ch. 22 Clinical features of gingivitis 362
Ch. 23 Gingival enlargement 373
Ch. 24 Acute gingival infections 391
Ch. 25 Gingival diseases in childhood 404
Ch. 26 Desquamative gingivitis 411
Ch. 27 The periodontal pocket 434
Ch. 28 Bone loss and patterns of bone destruction 452
Ch. 29 Periodontal response to external forces 467
Ch. 30 Masticatory system disorders 480
Ch. 31 Chronic periodontitis 494
Ch. 32 Necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis 500
Ch. 33 Aggressive periodontitis 506
Ch. 34 Pathology and management of periodontal problems in patients with HIV infection 513
Pt. 7 Treatment of periodontal disease 539
Ch. 35 Clinical diagnosis 540
Ch. 36 Radiographic aids in the diagnosis of periodontal disease 561
Ch. 37 Advanced diagnostic techniques 579
Ch. 38 Risk assessment 602
Ch. 39 Levels of clinical significance 609
Ch. 40 Determination of prognosis 614
Ch. 41 The treatment plan 626
Ch. 42 Rationale for periodontal treatment 630
Ch. 43 Periodontal therapy in the female patient 636
Ch. 44 Periodontal treatment of medically compromised patients 650
Ch. 45 Periodontal treatment for older adults 675
Ch. 46 Treatment of aggressive and atypical forms of periodontitis 693
Ch. 47 Treatment of acute gingival disease 706
Ch. 48 Treatment of periodontal abscess 714
Ch. 49 Phase I periodontal therapy 722
Ch. 50 Plaque control for the periodontal patient 728
Ch. 51 Scaling and root planing 749
Ch. 52 Chemotherapeutic agents 798
Ch. 53 Host modulation agents 813
Ch. 54 Sonic and ultrasonic instrumentation 828
Ch. 55 Supragingival and subgingival irrigation 836
Ch. 56 Occlusal evaluation and therapy 845
Ch. 57 Adjunctive role of orthodontic therapy 856
Ch. 58 The periodontic-endodontic continuum 871
Ch. 59 Phase II periodontal therapy 881
Ch. 60 General principles of periodontal surgery 887
Ch. 61 Surgical anatomy of the periodontium and related structures 902
Ch. 62 Gingival surgical techniques 909
Ch. 63 Treatment of gingival enlargement 918
Ch. 64 The periodontal flap 926
Ch. 65 The flap technique for pocket therapy 937
Ch. 66 Resective osseous surgery 950
Ch. 67 Reconstructive periodontal surgery 968
Ch. 68 Furcation : involvement and treatment 991
Ch. 69 Periodontal plastic and esthetic surgery 1005
Ch. 70 Recent advances in surgical technology 1030
Ch. 71 Preparation of the periodontium for restorative dentistry 1039
Ch. 72 Restorative interrelationships 1050
Pt. 8 Oral implantology 1071
Ch. 73 Biological aspects of oral implants 1072
Ch. 74 Clinical aspects and evaluation of the implant patient 1087
Ch. 75 Diagnostic imaging for the implant patient 1105
Ch. 76 Standard implant surgical procedures 1120
Ch. 77 Localized bone argumentation and implant site development 1133
Ch. 78 Advanced implant surgical procedures 1148
Ch. 79 Recent advances in implant surgical technology 1161
Ch. 80 Biomechanics, treatment planning, and prosthetic considerations 1167
Ch. 81 Implant-related complications and failures 1182
Pt. 9 Periodontal maintenance 1193
Ch. 82 Supportive periodontal treatment 1194
Ch. 83 Results of periodontal treatment 1206
Pt. 10 Ethical, legal, and practical issues in the management of periodontal patients 1215
Ch. 84 Dental ethics 1216
Ch. 85 Legal principles : jurisprudence 1221
Ch. 86 Dental insurance and managed care in periodontal practice 1227
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