Periodontal Instrumentation / Edition 2by Anna Matsuishi Pattison RDH, MS, Gordon L. Pattison DDS
Pub. Date: 09/01/1991
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Peridontal Instrumentation, Second Edition, is the perfect "how-to" manual for the dental hygiene student, dental student, and the practitioner seeking an instrumentation manual which covers both basic and advanced periodontal techniques. The authors have maintained the excellent coverage of basic instruments and skills, while adding state-of-the-art/b>… See more details below
Peridontal Instrumentation, Second Edition, is the perfect "how-to" manual for the dental hygiene student, dental student, and the practitioner seeking an instrumentation manual which covers both basic and advanced periodontal techniques. The authors have maintained the excellent coverage of basic instruments and skills, while adding state-of-the-art techniques that guarantee the most up-to-date coverage of periodontal instrumentation available.
Each module consists of numerous lessons, each of which includes a convenient performance check list. Over 850 photographs illustrate step-by-step procedures, enhancing comprehension and providing a quick, reliable reference.
- 15 Principles of Scaling
- Exploring the Periodontal Patient
- Advanced Root Instrumentation, which describes treatment of furcations, line angles and deep narrow pockets
- Instruments Modified for Periodontal Patients including After Five curets, Mini Five curets, and Gracey Curvettes
- Use of Ultrasonic Scaling Devices
- Prentice Hall
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- 2nd ed
- Product dimensions:
- 8.33(w) x 10.73(h) x 0.63(d)
Table of Contents
I. EXAMINATOIN PROCEDURES.
A. Extraoral and Intraoral Examination.
B. Introduction to Instrumentation: Use of the Periodontal Probe.
C. Periodontal Examination.
D. Interpretation of Probing.
II. DETECTION OF CALCULUS.
A. Use of the Explorer.
B. Use of the Compressed Air.
III. SCALING AND ROOT PLANING.
A. Fundamentals of Scaling and Root Planing.
B. Scaling and Root Planing Procedure.
C. Use of Universal Curets.
D. Use of the Gracey Curets.
E. Instrumentation of Different Areas of the Mouth.
F. The Fifteen Principles of Instrumentation.
G. Use of Sickles.
H. Use of Hoes an Files.
I. Use of Ultrasonic and Sonic Scaling Devices.
IV. INSTRUMENTATION SHARPENING.
A. Principles of Sharpening.
B. Sharpening Curets.
C. Sharpening Sickles.
A. Fundamentals of Polishing.
B. Pain and Anxiety Control.
C. Exploring the Periodontal Patient.
D. Advanced Root Instrumentation.
E. Instruments Modified for Periodontal Patients.
F. Gingival Curettage.
G. Periodontal Dressings and Suture Removal.
H. Postoperative Instructions.
I. Desensitizing Root Surfaces.
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