Textbook and Color Atlas of Traumatic Injuries to the Teeth / Edition 4

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Overview

Textbook and Color Atlas of Traumatic Injuries to the Teeth encompasses the full scope of acute dental trauma, including all aspects of inter-disciplinary treatment. This fourth edition captures the significant advances which have been made in the subject of dental traumatology, since the publication of the last edition more than a decade ago. The comprehensive nature of the book is designed to appeal to distinguished clinicians and scholars of dental traumatology, whether they be oral surgeons, pediatric dentists, endodontists, or from a related specialist community.

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

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
Review Comments on the 4th Edition

Drs Jens Andreasen, Frances Andreasen and Lars Andersson, along with 41 contributors, have created a truly marvellous work of professional sophistication, clinical relevance, compassionate awareness and futuristic projections in this evidence-based approach to the contemporary challenges that practitioners and researchers face in the understanding and management of traumatic injuries to the teeth.

Overall this text and its contents are second to none in all of dental publishing... As a profession we are forever in their debt for providing us with this beacon of science and clinical practice.

James L. Gutmann, Endo — Endodontic Practice Today

Every dental professional and specialist will benefit from this text, which presents a variety of interesting traditional and nontraditional material. The illustrations are breathtaking, balancing histology with contemporary esthetic management.

The text is clear and well written with references throughout.

Traumatic Injuries will serve as an excellent reference for practitioners and specialists who have a good working knowledge of dental traumatology, but it is a gold standard for building the student’s lifelong reference library.

Inside Dentistry

Review Comments on the Previous Edition
The first impression one has of this book is its sheer size and the array of beautiful color illustrations inside . . . In summary, it is a remarkable text, eminently readable with superb illustrations . . . Every self-respecting dental library, personal or institutional, should have a copy.
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation

Edward F. May
This third edition, published 13 years after thesecond, is a comprehensive overview of the mechanisms, physiology,classifications, treatment, and prognosis of trauma to the orofacialapparatus. The purpose is to educate oral surgeons and dentists aboutorofacial trauma, which is a very worthy objective. I believe it meetsand surpasses the authors' objectives. The audience for this book isoral and maxillofacial surgeons and dentists. The authors both haveexcellent credentials and have drawn from the expertise of otherprofessionals as well as their own. The book contains superb colordrawings and black-and-white x-rays. The references are up-to-date. Thetable of contents and index are adequate. This book is a work of art,with exceptional graphics and chapter summations, and it is of acomprehensive nature. This third edition is far more in-depth thanthe second, adding new areas such a physiology, dealing with softtissue injuries, and prognosis of traumatic injuries. This is the mostcomprehensive text written on this subject and should be in any librarywhere one may need information on dental trauma. It is much betterthan the second edition and easily justifies replacingit.
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Edward F. May, DDS (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: This third edition, published 13 years after the second, is a comprehensive overview of the mechanisms, physiology, classifications, treatment, and prognosis of trauma to the orofacial apparatus.
Purpose: The purpose is to educate oral surgeons and dentists about orofacial trauma, which is a very worthy objective. I believe it meets and surpasses the authors' objectives.
Audience: The audience for this book is oral and maxillofacial surgeons and dentists. The authors both have excellent credentials and have drawn from the expertise of other professionals as well as their own.
Features: The book contains superb color drawings and black-and-white x-rays. The references are up-to-date. The table of contents and index are adequate. This book is a work of art, with exceptional graphics and chapter summations, and it is of a comprehensive nature.
Assessment: This third edition is far more in-depth than the second, adding new areas such a physiology, dealing with soft tissue injuries, and prognosis of traumatic injuries. This is the most comprehensive text written on this subject and should be in any library where one may need information on dental trauma. It is much better than the second edition and easily justifies replacing it.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405129541
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/28/2007
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 912
  • Sales rank: 952,446
  • Product dimensions: 8.64 (w) x 12.00 (h) x 1.64 (d)

Meet the Author

Professor Jens O Andreasen,H/S Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark

Dr Frances M Andreasen, Freelance Consultant in Dental Trauma, Denmark

Professor Dr Lars Andersson, Faculty of Dentistry, Kuwait University, Safat, Kuwait

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Table of Contents

1. Wound Healing Subsequent to Injury.

F. Gottrup, S. Storgård Jensen and J.O. Andreasen.

2. Response of Oral Tissues to Trauma.

J.O. Andreasen and H. Løvschall.

3. Stem Cells and Regeneration of Injured Dental Tissue.

H. Løvschall, W.V. Giannobile, M.J. Somerman, O. Jin and J.O. Andreasen.

4. Osteoclastic Activity.

S.F. Lindskog, C.W. Dreyer, A.M. Pierce, M. Torabinejad and M. Shabahang.

5. Physical and Chemical Methods to Optimize Pulpal and Periodontal Healing after Traumatic Injuries.

M. Trope.

6. Socio-psychological Aspects of Traumatic Dental Injuries.

W. Marcenes and Ulla Rydå.

7. Child Physical Abuse.

R.R. Welbury.

8. Classification, Epidemiology and Etiology.

U. Glendor, W. Marcenes and J.O. Andreasen.

9. Examination and Diagnosis of Dental Injuries.

F.M. Andreasen, J.O. Andreasen and M. Tsukiboshi.

10. Crown Fractures.

F.M. Andreasen and J.O. Andreasen.

11. Crown-Root Fractures.

J.O. Andreasen and F.M. Andreasen.

12. Root Fracture.

F.M. Andreasen, J.O. Andreasen and M. Cvek.

13. Luxation Injuries of Permanent Teeth: General Findings.

F.M. Andreasen and J.O. Andreasen.

14. Concussion and Subluxation.

F.M. Andreasen and J.O. Andreasen.

15. Extrusive Luxation and Lateral Luxation.

F.M. Andreasen and J.O. Andreasen.

16. Intrusive Luxation.

J.O. Andreasen and F.M. Andreasen.

17. Avulsions.

J.O. Andreasen and F.M. Andreasen.

18. Injuries to the Supporting Bone.

J.O. Andreasen.

19. Injuries to the Primary Dentition.

M.T. Flores, G. Holan, M. Borum and J.O. Andreasen.

20. Injuries to Developing Teeth.

J.O. Andreasen and M.T. Flores.

21. Soft Tissue Injuries.

L. Andersson and J.O. Andreasen.

22. Endodontic Management and the Use of Calcium Hydroxyde in Traumatized Permanent Teeth.

M. Cvek.

23. New Endodontic Procedures using Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) for Teeth with Traumatic Injuries.

Leif K Bakland.

24. Orthodontic Management of the Traumatized Dentition.

O. Malmgren and B Malmgren.

25. Restoration of Traumatized Teeth with Resin Composites.

U. Pallesen and J.W.V. van Dijken.

26. Resin-related Bridges and Conventional Bridges in the Anterior Region.

N.H.J. Creugers and C.M. Kreulen.

27. Autotransplantation of Teeth to the Anterior Region.

J.O. Andreasen, L. Andersson and M Tsukiboshi.

28. Implants in the Anterior Region.

J.O. Andreasen, C. Hämmerle, J. Ödman, D. Buser, T. von Arx, J. Jensen, S.E. Nörholt and O Schwartz.

29. Esthetic Considerations in Restoring the Traumatized Dentition: a Biological Approach.

B.U. Zachrisson and S. Toreskog.

30. Prevention of Dental and Oral Injuries.

A. Sigurdsson.

31. Prognosis of Traumatic Dental Injuries.

P.K. Andersen, F.M. Andreasen and J.O. Andreasen.

32. Splinting of Traumatized Teeth.

K.S. Oikarinen.

33. Bleaching of the Discoloured Traumatized Tooth.

J.E. Dahl and U. Pallesen.

34. Economical Aspects of Traumatic Dental Injuries.

U. Glendor, L. Andersson and J.O. Andreasen.

35. Information to the Public, Patients and Emergency Services about Traumatic Dental Injuries.

M.T. Flores

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