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Overview

This classic text has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the state of the art in periodontology. The book is logically organized into two sections. The first section details the normal microscopic and clinical features of the periodontium, as well as classification, epidemiology, etiology and pathology of all periodontal diseases. The second section covers diagnosis and treatment of gingival and periodontal diseases, including four chapters on oral implantology.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Reviewer: Kirk W. Noraian, DDS, MS (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: This eighth edition incorporates all the major advances in periodontics since the seventh edition from 1990. Many sections have been rewritten, and new chapters have been added to this comprehensive text on periodontal therapy.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide general dental practitioners and students of general dentistry with the basic and clinical developments in periodontics. The updates are welcome in this edition, and the author's objectives were met by having various experts contribute specific chapters.
Audience: The text is written at an appropriate level for dental undergraduate students and general practitioners. The contributors are well-known authorities on their respective subject areas.
Features: The book is appropriately illustrated and the references are current and pertinent. Both the index and table of contents are sufficiently useful and helpful. Chapters are well-outlined and easy to view.
Assessment: The quality of the book is first-rate and is helpful to general dentists, dental students, and even periodontists to assist referring doctors. This classic text is a must for all complete dental libraries, and the updates justify replacing the previous edition.
Kirk W. Noraian
This eighth edition incorporates all the major advances in periodontics since the seventh edition from 1990. Many sections have been rewritten, and new chapters have been added to this comprehensive text on periodontal therapy. The purpose is to provide general dental practitioners and students of general dentistry with the basic and clinical developments in periodontics. The updates are welcome in this edition, and the author's objectives were met by having various experts contribute specific chapters. The text is written at an appropriate level for dental undergraduate students and general practitioners. The contributors are well-known authorities on their respective subject areas. The book is appropriately illustrated and the references are current and pertinent. Both the index and table of contents are sufficiently useful and helpful. Chapters are well-outlined and easy to view. The quality of the book is first-rate and is helpful to general dentists, dental students, and even periodontists to assist referring doctors. This classic text is a must for all complete dental libraries, and the updates justify replacing the previous edition.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721667287
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/28/1995
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 782

Meet the Author

Fermin A Carranza, Jr. & Michael G. Newman, both of University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA. The contributors represent the specialties of dentistry, periodontics, oral pathology, and dental hygiene. Most are from universities and private practices in the U.S., Argentina, and Spain. Institutions prominently represented include University of Buenos Aires, UCLA, Tufts, UCSF, and Harvard.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Historical Background of Periodontology 1
Sect. 1 The Normal Periodontium 11
1 The Gingiva 12
2 The Tooth-Supporting Structures 30
3 Aging and the Periodontium 51
Sect. 2 Classification and Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases 57
4 Classification of Diseases of the Periodontium 58
5 Epidemiology of Gingival and Periodontal Disease 61
Sect. 3 Etiology of Periodontal Diseases 83
6 Periodontal Microbiology 84
7 Defense Mechanisms of the Gingiva 103
8 Host Response: Basic Concepts 111
9 Host-Bacteria Interactions in Periodontal Diseases 121
10 Altered Leukocyte Function and Periodontal Disease 132
11 Dental Calculus 150
12 The Role of Iatrogenic and Other Local Factors 161
13 Dental Occlusion 173
14 Influence of Systemic Diseases on the Periodontium 185
15 AIDS and the Periodontium 206
Sect. 4 Periodontal Pathology 217
16 Gingival Inflammation 218
17 Clinical Features of Gingivitis 223
18 Gingival Enlargement 233
19 Acute Gingival Infections 249
20 Desquamative Gingivitis and Oral Mucous Membrane Diseases 259
21 Gingival Disease in Childhood 276
22 The Periodontal Pocket 281
23 Bone Loss and Patterns of Bone Destruction 297
24 Periodontal Response to External Forces 313
25 Slowly Progressive Periodontitis 326
26 Rapidly Progressive Periodontitis, Necrotizing Ulcerative Periodontitis, and Refractory Periodontitis 329
27 Prepubertal and Juvenile Periodontitis 336
Sect. 5 Treatment of Periodontal Disease 343
28 Clinical Diagnosis 344
29 Radiographic and Other Aids in the Diagnosis of Periodontal Disease 362
30 Advanced Diagnostic Techniques 375
31 Determination of the Prognosis 390
32 The Treatment Plan 399
33 Rationale for Periodontal Treatment 401
34 Periodontal Treatment of Medically Compromised Patients 406
35 Periodontal Treatment of Geriatric Patients 423
36 The Periodontal Instrumentarium 427
37 Principles of Periodontal Instrumentation 451
38 Instrumentation in Different Areas of the Mouth 466
39 Treatment of Acute Gingival Disease 476
40 Treatment of the Periodontal Abscess 483
41 Preparation of the Tooth Surface 486
42 Plaque Control 493
43 Treatment of Uncomplicated Chronic Gingivitis 509
44 Antimicrobial and Other Chemotherapeutic Agents in Periodontal Therapy 511
45 Treatment of Aggressive Forms of Periodontitis: Refractory, Rapidly Progressive, Necrotizing Ulcerative, and Juvenile 523
46 Periodontal Management of HIV-Infected Patients 530
47 Coronoplasty in Periodontal Therapy 537
48 Orthodontic Considerations in Periodontal Therapy 559
49 The Surgical Phase of Therapy 565
50 General Principles of Periodontal Surgery 569
51 Surgical Anatomy of the Periodontium and Related Structures 578
52 Gingival Curettage 584
53 The Gingivectomy Technique 588
54 The Periodontal Flap 592
55 The Flap Technique for Pocket Therapy 604
56 Resective Osseous Surgery 615
57 Reconstructive Osseous Surgery 622
58 Treatment of Furcation Involvement and Combined Periodontal-Endodontic Therapy 640
59 Mucogingival Surgery 651
60 Treatment of Gingival Enlargement 672
61 Recent Advances in Surgical Technology 677
62 Biologic Aspects of Dental Implants 685
63 Clinical Aspects of Dental Implants 690
64 Surgical Aspects of Dental Implants 697
65 Diagnosis and Treatment of Peri-implant Disease 706
66 Preparation of the Periodontium for Restorative Dentistry 717
67 Periodontal-Restorative Interrelationships 723
68 Supportive Periodontal Treatment 743
69 Results of Periodontal Treatment 753
Index 761
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