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Samaranayake’s Essential Microbiology for Dentistry

  • 6th Edition
  • Lakshman Samaranayake
  • Lakshman Samaranayake
  • January 29, 2024
  • English
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A sound knowledge of microbiology is essential for all dental professionals – it’s the key to understanding major oral pathologies, from tooth decay to gum disease, as well as the regimentation of infection control in a successful dental practice. Samaranayake’s Essential Microbiology for Dentistry once again, provides a comprehensive coverage of the basics of clinical oral microbiology and immunology and their relevance to oral disease, as well as the cotemporary discoveries of the oral microbiome, and the constituent flora. Both the novice student, as well as the experienced professionals are guided, in a stepwise manner, through a tour of the microbial world and how they impact oral health. The reasoned, bare bones approach to the essential elements of the subject is, as in previous editions fresh, lucid and logical. The sixth edition of this popular book, now translated into four different languages, has been fully revised and reformatted and includes brand new sections on emerging topics such as COVID-19 and infection control.
Samaranayake’s Essential Microbiology for Dentistry

A Clinical Guide to Advanced Minimum Intervention Restorative Dentistry

  • 1st Edition
  • Avijit Banerjee
  • Avijit Banerjee
  • January 25, 2024
  • English
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As restorative dentistry shifts from a focus on core surgical procedures to the patient and their unique needs and values, this new book from acclaimed restorative dentistry expert Professor Avijit Banerjee is designed to support implementation of holistic patient care for long-term oral and dental health. The Guide to Advanced Minimum Intervention Restorative Dentistry describes the entire clinical journey through the minimum intervention oral healthcare delivery framework, with an emphasis on long term, risk-related, prevention-based care. It presents a blend of clinical and scientific evidence-based clinical protocols to guide the practitioner through the four domains of minimum intervention oral care - identifying disease, prevention / control, minimally invasive operative interventions, and review / re-assessment / active surveillance. Written in an engaging contemporary style and easy to navigate, this important book is suitable for all members of the team, from undergraduates to experienced primary care practitioners and specialists alike.
A Clinical Guide to Advanced Minimum Intervention Restorative Dentistry

Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene

  • 6th Edition
  • Jennifer A Pieren + 1 more
  • Jennifer A Pieren and Cynthia Gadbury-Amyot
  • January 19, 2024
  • English
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Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene: Theory and Practice, 6th Edition offers everything you need to succeed in your coursework and clinical and professional practice. No other dental hygiene foundational text incorporates clinical competencies, theory, and evidence-based practice in such an approachable way. All discussions — from foundational concepts to diagnosis to pain management — are presented within the context of a unique person-centered model that takes the entire person into consideration. A veritable who’s-who of dental hygiene educators, practitioners, and researchers cite the latest studies throughout the text to provide a framework to help you in your decision-making and problem-solving. New to this edition is an increased focus on new and emerging technologies, enhanced coverage of infection control in the time of COVID-19, and new chapters on telehealth and teledentistry and mental health and self-care.
Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene

Student Workbook for Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene

  • 6th Edition
  • Jennifer A Pieren + 1 more
  • Jennifer A Pieren and Cynthia Gadbury-Amyot
  • January 16, 2024
  • English
  • Paperback
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Get the hands-on practice and reinforcement you need to master the concepts and skills covered in Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene: Theory and Practice, 6th Edition. The chapters in this workbook directly correlate to the textbook chapters and provide ample review questions and exercises, competency skills evaluation sheets, case studies with questions, and information for the clinical externship and professional portfolio. Applicable chapters also contain a review of video procedures covered in the main text. It’s the essential practice and review you need for success in both the classroom and the clinical setting.
Student Workbook for Darby & Walsh Dental Hygiene

Cawson's Essentials of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine

  • 10th Edition
  • Edward W Odell
  • Edward W Odell
  • January 4, 2024
  • English
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The tenth edition of this core textbook will prepare the reader to diagnose and treat many different diseases and disorders that they may not have encountered in person before. The text integrates oral medicine, pathology, and surgical and drug treatment, allowing the reader to apply diagnostic algorithms and develop the key understanding they will need to apply theory to clinical practice. Originally published in 1962, Cawson's Essentials of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine continues to offer its trademark easy-to-read style, a world-class collection of photographs showing oral conditions, and the latest evidence and guidelines to support safe clinical practice.
Cawson's Essentials of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine

Student Workbook for The Administrative Dental Assistant

  • 6th Edition
  • Linda J. Gaylor
  • Linda J. Gaylor
  • December 15, 2023
  • English
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Learn more effectively with a wealth of interactive exercises for practice, reinforcement, and recall! An indispensable companion to the textbook, the Student Workbook for The Administrative Dental Assistant, 6th Edition combines the key objectives and content of the book with challenging exercises — putting the information you need into a practical context. Separated by chapter for easy correlation to the text, the workbook contains chapter summaries; learning objectives; short-answer, matching, multiple-choice, and/or fill-in-the-blank questions; case scenarios followed by critical thinking questions; and fun puzzles to reinforce key terminology. The Dentrix Learning Edition practice management software, combined with original exercises in the workbook, help you learn to use the software and prepare for your career. New content covers navigating dental office technology, communication and social media, and more.
Student Workbook for The Administrative Dental Assistant

The Administrative Dental Assistant

  • 6th Edition
  • Linda J. Gaylor
  • Linda J. Gaylor
  • November 17, 2023
  • English
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Gain the knowledge and skills you need to manage a modern dental practice! The Administrative Dental Assistant, 6th Edition explains how to perform key office tasks such as patient scheduling, inventory control, basic bookkeeping, and records management. Not only does the book guide you through day-to-day office functions, but it helps you master problem-solving skills and learn communication tools and skills as you become an effective member of the healthcare team. Written by respected Dental Assisting educator Linda J. Gaylor, this practical guide also includes online exercises and downloadable Dentrix practice management software for plenty of realistic, hands-on practice.
The Administrative Dental Assistant

Controversial Topics in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, An Issue of Dental Clinics of North America

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 68-1
  • Harry Dym
  • Harry Dym
  • November 14, 2023
  • English
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In this issue of Dental Clinics, guest editor Dr. Harry Dym brings his considerable expertise to the topic of Controversies in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Evidence-based dentistry based on high-quality research is essential to help develop new treatments and alternative options. This issue tackles clinically relevant controversial subjects and helps present cogent, clear information for the clinician to determine the best possible solution or approach.
Controversial Topics in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, An Issue of Dental Clinics of North America

Pédiatrie

  • 9th Edition
  • Universitaires Collège National des Pédiatres, Hôpital des Enfants Malades CNHUCP + 5 more
  • Universitaires Collège National des Pédiatres, Hôpital des Enfants Malades CNHUCP, Grégoire BENOIST + 4 more
  • November 9, 2023
  • French
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Pédiatrie

Soigner les addictions par les TCC

  • 2nd Edition
  • Pierluigi Graziani + 1 more
  • Pierluigi Graziani and Lucia Romo
  • October 17, 2023
  • French
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Avec ou sans substance les addictions sont un enjeu de santé publique majeur. Notre style de vie change, et nos comportements aussi. De nouvelles substances voient le jour et de nouveaux comportements peuvent devenir addictifs. La recherche scientifique continue à développer la prévention et la thérapie de ces comportement répétitifs et difficiles à contrôler.Les thérapies comportementales et cognitives (TCC) s’inscrivent dans cette démarche scientifique et proposent des prises en charge validées et efficaces en matière de sevrage et de réduction de la consommation. Des approches plus récentes comme l’ACT et la pleine conscience sont également intégrées et montrent toute leur pertinence pour motiver le patient vers des comportements valorisés et antagonistes à ceux de la dépendance.Rédigée par une équipe de chercheurs expérimentés et de cliniciens chevronnés, cette deuxième édition aborde les addictions avec et sans substance selon une perspective bio-psycho-sociale. L’ouvrage met en évidence les points communs des différentes addictions, comme la motivation, le craving et la perte de contrôle, mais il les aborde également dans leur diversité : médicaments, alcool, opiacés, cannabis, tabac, achat pathologique, sexualité compulsive, daydreaming, jeu pathologique, jeu vidéo… Les auteurs proposent les principes pratiques et spécifiques de la prise en charge pour chaque addiction, dans un setting individuel, familial ou de groupe.Le lecteur y trouvera également une réflexion sur les grandes questions théoriques en rapport avec les addictions : quel est le poids des facteurs socio-démographiques, des événements de vie traumatiques, de la culture et des traits de personnalité dans le développement et le maintien de l’addiction ? Comment adapter la prise en charge en fonction de ces variables ?L’ouvrage s’appuie sur des cas concrets, des vignettes cliniques et des protocoles validés scientifiquement, afin d’enrichir rapidement une pratique en addictologie et de guider les praticiens dans la prise en charge de leurs patients.Pierluigi Graziani est psychologue clinicien, psychothérapeute TCC, Professeur des Universités en Psychologie clinique et Psychopathologie, université de Nîmes et Aix-Marseille université et président de l’AFTCC.Lucia Romo est psychologue, psychothérapeute TCC, Professeur des Universités en Psychologie clinique, université de Paris Nanterre ; coresponsable du laboratoire Evaclipsy (UR Clipsyd). Membre de l’AFTCC. Elle est psychologue clinicienne à l’hôpital Raymond-Poincaré (AP-HP) de Garches et membre associé à l’Inserm, Université Paris Saclay, unité 1118 CESP Soins primaires et Prévention.
Soigner les addictions par les TCC