Anatomical Chart CompanyRead More
Brightly colored, user friendly chart covering the Anatomy of the Teeth. The large central image shows a detailed cross section of a tooth and surrounding gum and bone with clearly labeled anatomic features.
Also includes labeled illustrations of the following:
function and types of teeth
innervation and blood supply
Made in the USA.
Available in the following versions :
- 20" x 26" heavy paper laminated with grommets at top corners ISBN 9781587790997
- 20" x 26" heavy paper ISBN 9781587791000
Jill MasonRead More
Written specifically for dental hygienists, this comprehensive textbook covers concepts, issues, techniques, and methods related to dental public health. It focuses on the assessment of factors that affect oral health of populations and the development of policy in response to a population's needs. It also provides information regarding the active promotion of oral health maintenance.
This text is unique in that it applies the Dental Hygiene Process of Care - a globally accepted, foundational concept in clinical care for dental hygienists - to the subject of dental public health, lending it greater relevance and familiarity to dental hygiene students. In addition, the text is based on the American Association of Dental Educators' Competencies for Dental Hygienists. A chapter on National Board Preparation, including Board-style review questions, prepares students for the national exam. Review questions and learning activities are also incorporated into each chapter.
John A. Molinari, Jennifer A. HarteRead MoreNow in its Third Edition, this book is a primary, comprehensive infection control text for students in the dental professions. Using the latest scientific and clinical evidence and current infection control guidelines, the book presents easy-to-follow protocols as components of a basic infection control routine. This Third Edition has been thoroughly updated and contains more photographs and tables. A glossary of terminology and acronyms appears at the beginning of each chapter.
A Pocket Guide to IdentificationMelanie Mitchell, Total Care Programming, Inc.Read More
Dental Instruments: A Pocket Guide to Identification is designed to be a dental assistant's go-to resource, from clinical courses on their into their career. This quick reference and review covers dental instruments, their uses, their placement on a tray, and their different varieties with full color photos, illustrations, and dynamic learning features. Unique to this title is the companion student resources CD-ROM in the back of the book, which provides the student with an interactive learning experience. The CD-ROM includes an image bank, interactive tray set-ups, crossword puzzles, student quizzes, and more games and activities for self-study. Dental assisting faculty has the challenge of simulating a clinical environment and making a student comfortable and confident before they are with a patient in a real clinical setting. This text with the companion CD-ROM does just that.
D.R. SinghRead MoreThis book is part of the LWW India publishing program. This program is developed for the Indian market working with Indian authors who are the foremost experts in their respective fields. Our Indian authors do research and teach at the most respected Indian medical schools and academic hospitals.
A simple, well-illustrated and comprehensive text on anatomy that meets the requirements of dentistry students. The book uses the regional approach to explain Gross Anatomy and emphasizes Head Neck Anatomy as required by dentistry students. It also includes a succinct description of General Anatomy, Histology and Embryology as well as Medical Genetics and Neuroanatomy. It highlightsrelevant clinical applications and includes a sufficient number of color illustrations along with discussion summaries and review questions to supplement the text.
Lippincott Williams & WilkinsRead More
This exam review prepares students for the Certified Dental Assistant (CDA®) exam. The book follows the organization of the Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. (DANB) exam outline, and features a comprehensive outline format with integrated review questions for each subtopic. A 320-question simulated exam is included in the text.
Accompanying the book is a CD-ROM featuring all 480 questions from the text along with an additional 480 questions for a total of 960 dental assisting review questions. Study and test-taking tips as well as rationales for each of the questions are included to help students prepare for the exam.
Lippincott Williams & WilkinsRead MoreLippincott Williams & Wilkins' Comprehensive Dental Assisting
is an exciting first-edition textbook based on our collaboration with professionals and educators in the dental assisting field to address the challenges you face as an instructor. This engaging, comprehensive title delivers all of the coverage you and your students need, information on accreditation and certification, and all the tools students need to prepare for a successful career in dental assisting. The text’s reader-friendly and engaging style, dynamic colorful design, and comprehensive electronic media help to maintain students' interest, while improving their retention of essential information. Unique features emphasize critical thinking and help students apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world challenges in their careers.
A free bonus CD-ROM includes videos, an office management software simulator, a study guide map to the DANB exam, and a Spanish-to-English translation guide. An Instructor's Resource CD-ROM with extensive ancillary resources will be available gratis upon adoption of the text. Instructor's resources include a Brownstone test generator, CODA accreditation map, lesson plans, PowerPoints, and more.
With Clinical ImplicationsFrieda A. Pickett, Géza T. TerézhalmyRead More
Written for dental professionals, the Second Edition of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins' Dental Drug Reference quickly resolves questions and concerns that arise during patient consults, helping you design appropriate and safe oral health care treatment plans. It focuses on drugs that you're likely to encounter reviewing a patient's medical history as well as drugs that are prescribed for the management of orodental pain, oral infections, and common mucocutaneous conditions. A bonus CD-ROM offers all drug monographs from the handbook in an easy-to-use, searchable format plus printable monographs for inclusion in patient charts. You'll also find an image bank with full-color photographs to help you identify adverse drug effects and oral conditions.
A Guide for the Dental ProfessionalRebecca SrodaRead MoreReflecting significant changes in the industry and the latest research in the field, this fully updated 3rd Edition of Rebecca Sroda’s Nutrition for Dental Health provides dental hygiene and dental assisting students up-to-date, easy-to-understand coverage of basic nutrition and diet information with an emphasis on the relationship of nutrition and diet to oral health.
Now in vibrant full color, this accessible and student-friendly 3rd Edition features up-to-date, evidence-based content, new practice-focused features, outstanding end-of-chapter and online learning tools, and enhanced instructors resources.
A Step-By-Step Guide for the Dental HygienistJill GehrigRead MoreThis updated 4th Edition of Jill Gehrig’s highly visual, step-by-step guide takes dental hygienists-in-training through the process of patient assessment, emphasizing both the actual physical assessment and the human interaction involved.
The 4th Edition includes four chapters on communication (including an all-new motivational interviewing chapter), as well as unique Human Element sections that include real-life experiences shared by patients, students, and clinicians.
Enhanced by case studies, student learning aids, videos, and a new audio glossary, Patient Assessment Tutorials provides students with everything they need to succeed in the course and their future careers as dental hygienists.
Leslie DeLong, Nancy BurkhartRead MoreLibro en el que se re relacionan los principales conceptos de fisiopatología con las afecciones orales y sistémicas. Cuenta con una orientación teórica y práctica.
- Dividido en dos secciones: 1) patología general. 2) Patología oral.
- La sección de patología oral presenta imágenes que sirven de apoyo para el diagnóstico de las patologías.
- Esa sección está organizada por las características reconocibles de las lesiones (radiolucentes, blancas, rojas, etc.)..
- Es un enfoque sencillo, eficaz y práctico para el odontólogo, que con frecuencia debe diagnosticar basándose en la información obtenida mediante inspección visual. También es útil para el estudiante, que debe aprender a diferenciar entre lesiones que tienen una apariencia similar.
Frieda Pickett, JoAnn R. GurenlianRead MorePreventing Medical Emergencies, 3e, is the only book on the market to provide dental professionals, hygienists, and assistants with step-by-step procedures for identifying risk factors and potential emergencies before they occur. Organized to follow the most recent American Dental Association Health History form, the book includes easy-to-find follow-up questions for all conditions, along with clinically relevant treatment plan modifications and strategies for preventing and managing specific emergencies.
The authors cover general pathophysiology, medical management of patients with compromised health, screening techniques for identifying patients at risk for complications, as well as ways to manage in-office emergencies, such as adverse drug interactions. Case studies throughout the book explore a wide range of medical conditions and bring concepts to life, while a wide range of self-test, review, and case study questions help readers master key concepts and procedures.
The Third Edition features the latest professional guidelines, new information on clinical management of patients with special needs, enhanced teaching resources, and much more.
Olaf E. Langland, Robert P. Langlais, John PreeceRead MoreThis new edition successfully combines elements of radiographic technique with interpretation information for readers. Based on the Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology guidelines published by the American Association of Dental Schools, this unique book features numerous high-quality photographs, radiographs, and line drawings. New information on digital radiography, radiation health, periodontal disease, and image assessment is included, as well as chapter review questions, case-based questions, and workshop and laboratory exercises. To help readers prepare for certification, sample multiple-choice and case-based questions for the National and State Board Certification Examinations are also included.
James L. Hiatt, Leslie P. GartnerRead More
Now in full color, the Fourth Edition of this classic text combines concise yet complete coverage of head and neck anatomy with superb photographs, drawings, and tables to provide students with a thorough understanding of this vital subject. This edition contains basic anatomic information not found in other specialized textbooks of head and neck anatomy. It details structures of the oral cavity from an oral examination point of view to promote the practical application of fundamental anatomic concepts. Other features include Clinical Considerations boxes, a discussion of the anatomic basis of local anesthesia and lymphatic drainage, and an embryological account of head and neck development.