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REVIEW OF ORAL DIAGNOSIS, ORAL MEDICINE, RADIOLOGY, AND TREATMENT PLANNING assists dental and dental hygiene students in preparing for national, regional, and state licensing examinations. Additionally, it's an excellent self-testing instrument for the general practitioner who is taking continuing education courses. Four sections include the latest information on: infection control and AIDS; diagnosis, oral medicine, and radiology; treatment planning; and case analysis. More than 1,000 high quality questions and outstanding illustration programs make this book a favorite among students and practitioners.
* Includes approximately 1000 questions, nearly all with accompanying illustrations, for preparation for clinical exams on the National Dental Board level, the Regional Dental Board level, and the State Dental Board level. * Includes up-to-date terminology throughout which appeals to a wide geographic audience of students in general dentistry. * Contains material which has been reviewed by dental specialists who made suggestions and contributed questions to ensure realistic and accurate information. Over 100 contributors representing 40 dental schools provided questions.
All previous questions have been carefully reviewed and changes have been made to ensure that each question is expressed accurately. About 350 questions from the previous edition have been replaced.
Questions containing dated material have been rewritten to harmonize with current standards of practice.
Two new cases have been added to Part IV: Case Analysis.
Reordering of questions and moving section on Infection control/AIDS to Part I for a more logical sequence.
150 new halftones.
Sections on temporomandibular dysfunction, implant dentistry, and facial pain.
Expanded information on operative dentistry and crowns and bridges.
New contributors who are experts in their field.
Guidelines from the American Heart Association for antibiotic prophylactic measures to prevent bacterial endocarditis
Modality digital imaging section
Expanded information on operative dentistry, crowns and bridges, and medical emergencies.