Andrew Eder, Maurice Faigenblum | 2022 | ISBN: 3030861090 | English | 331 pages | PDF | 16 MB
Series: BDJ Clinician’s Guides
This book, now in an extensively revised third edition, is a superbly illustrated and authoritative reference on tooth wear and its management. Tooth wear is becoming an increasing problem as people are living longer and keeping their teeth for longer, with recent UK surveys showing that at least 75% of adults and more than 50% of children now have some form of identifiable tooth wear. This latest edition addresses this growing challenge by describing practical clinical techniques that will aid identification of the aetiological factors responsible for erosion, attrition and abrasion and by offering guidance in the planning and delivery of appropriate patient care. Readers will find helpful information on difficulties encountered in the diagnosis and prevention of tooth wear, problems associated with controlling the process and strategies for providing management solutions. Alongside thorough updates of the original chapters, this new expanded edition includes several entirely new chapters from highly regarded clinicians and researchers from the UK and Europe. This essential clinical guide will meet the needs of dental professionals and dental students alike.