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Clinical problems can often be resolved in one of several ways, but having selected a method a dental practitioner may still have the option of a range of techniques to choose from. Few practitioners have the time to develop experience in every technique but instead develop a high degree of skill in those where they obtain good results. All dental practitioners provide primary and emergency treatment as part of continuing care, not only for their own patients but frequently for the patients of colleagues. Consequently they may be faced with a primary care problem or an emergency which may involve the use of techniques or materials with which they are unfamiliar. Focusing on the management of restorative problems which present to the general dental practitioner, 'Dental Practice Problems: a survivor's guide' will be of great help in providing guidelines on the most appropriate form of care. General dental practitioners, senior dental students and vocational trainees, as well as junior hospital staff will find this an invaluable purchase. 'This is a handy reference manual for experienced and newly-qualified alike.' - The General Dental Practitioner - PRs, March 1996
Incl. the clinical environment/conservation & fixed prosthodontics/endodontics/periodontics/domiciliary care/etc
The clinical environment; conservation and fixed prosthodontics; removable prosthodontics; endodontics; periodontics; paediatric dentistry; postoperative problems; medical emergencies; the acute TMJ; domiciliary care.