Endodontic Therapy

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This clinical text-reference has served the endodontic literature for over 20 years as a source of practical techniques and therapies. Cleaning and shaping of the root canal, the latest filling materials, surgical techniques, emergencies, and retreatment of failures are all covered. To complete the coverage for the practitioner, chapters on periodontics, orthodontics, drug therapy, and patient scheduling are included.

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Overview

This clinical text-reference has served the endodontic literature for over 20 years as a source of practical techniques and therapies. Cleaning and shaping of the root canal, the latest filling materials, surgical techniques, emergencies, and retreatment of failures are all covered. To complete the coverage for the practitioner, chapters on periodontics, orthodontics, drug therapy, and patient scheduling are included.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Louis Graham
The fifth edition of this book comes seven years after its last printing and about 24 years since its original publication. Although quite different in theory of clinical applications since its 1972 printing, the book contains a comprehensive view at current endodontic clinical aspects. The purpose is to update changes in clinical applications toward the field of endodontics and reaffirm previous clinical aspects. Such objectives are indeed necessary; reviewing established methods and current trends helps solidify the reader's understanding. The author is very successful in meeting his objectives. This book is written for the practitioner using endodontics in his or her practice. Dr. Weine's experiences as practitioner, teacher, and author make him one of the foremost authorities on endodontics. This book is packed with pages upon pages of illustrations and diagrams. Each chapter is supported by a host of references. Those areas of major recent changes contain the most current references. The table of contents is standard along with its index. This is a quality work, exteriorly and especially interiorly. This fifth edition offers the reader many updates from its last edition. New areas include methods of how the new file systems work, a chapter on calculating working length, and the latest views on avulsion and sterilization. The remaining chapters offer the reader a wonderful update and review of the many areas of endodontics and their related subjects. Practitioners can use this book in their offices as a source of valuable reference materials and knowledge on the spot as situations arise.
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Reviewer: Lou Graham, DDS (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: The fifth edition of this book comes seven years after its last printing and about 24 years since its original publication. Although quite different in theory of clinical applications since its 1972 printing, the book contains a comprehensive view at current endodontic clinical aspects.
Purpose: The purpose is to update changes in clinical applications toward the field of endodontics and reaffirm previous clinical aspects. Such objectives are indeed necessary; reviewing established methods and current trends helps solidify the reader's understanding. The author is very successful in meeting his objectives.
Audience: This book is written for the practitioner using endodontics in his or her practice. Dr. Weine's experiences as practitioner, teacher, and author make him one of the foremost authorities on endodontics.
Features: This book is packed with pages upon pages of illustrations and diagrams. Each chapter is supported by a host of references. Those areas of major recent changes contain the most current references. The table of contents is standard along with its index. This is a quality work, exteriorly and especially interiorly.
Assessment: This fifth edition offers the reader many updates from its last edition. New areas include methods of how the new file systems work, a chapter on calculating working length, and the latest views on avulsion and sterilization. The remaining chapters offer the reader a wonderful update and review of the many areas of endodontics and their related subjects. Practitioners can use this book in their offices as a source of valuable reference materials and knowledge on the spot as situations arise.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323019439
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/3/2003
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 640
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Basis for successful endodontics
2. Diagnosis and treatment planning
3. Endodontic emergency treatment
4. Access cavity preparation and initiating treatment
5. Intracanal treatment procedures, basic and advanced topics
6. Calculation of working length
7. Canal filling with semisolid materials
8. Solid-core canal filling materials: theory, technique, and re-treatment
9. Periapical surgery
10. Root amputations
11. Endodontic-periodontal problems
12. Endodontic-orthodontic relationships
13. Microbiology of endodontics
14. Alternatives to routine endodontic treatment
15. Restoration of the endodontically treated tooth
16. Endodontic timetables
17. Drug therapy useful in endodontics

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