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Dental caries : the disease and its clinical management / edited by Ole Fejerskov, Bente Nyvad, and Edwina Kidd.

Contributor(s): Fejerskov, Ole | Nyvad, Bente | Kidd, Edwina A. M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: WU270 .D457 2015Publication: Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Ames, Iowa, USA : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2015Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xiv, 466 p.: ill. (chiefly col.).ISBN: 9781118935828; 1118935829.Subject(s): Dental caries -- Diagnosis | Dental caries -- Therapy | Dental restoration, Permanent
Contents:
Part I Dental caries: what is it and how widespread is it globally? -- Ch. 1 Prologue -- Ch. 2 Dental caries: what is it? -- Ch. 3 Clinical features of caries lesions -- Ch. 4 How big is the problem? epidemiological features of dental caries -- Part II The caries lesion and its biological determinants -- Ch. 5 Pathology of dental caries -- Ch. 6 Saliva and caries development -- Ch. 7 Biofilms in caries development -- Ch. 8 Diet and dental caries -- Ch. 9 Demineralization and remineralization: the key to understanding clinical manifestations of dental caries -- Part III Diagnosis -- Ch. 10 The foundations of good diagnostic practice -- Ch. 11 Visual-tactile caries diagnosis -- Ch. 12 Additional caries detection methods -- Part IV Controlling dental caries -- Ch. 13 The caries control concept -- Ch. 14 Fluorides in caries control -- Ch. 15 The role of oral hygiene -- Ch. 16 Are antibacterials necessary in caries prophylaxis? -- Ch. 17 The principles of caries control for the individual patient -- Ch. 18 Caries control for frail elders -- Part V Operative intervention -- Ch. 19 Classical restorative or the minimally invasive concept? -- Ch. 20 Caries 'removal' and the pulpo-dentinal complex -- Ch. 21 Longevity of restorations: 'the death spiral' -- Part VI From chair-side to population caries control -- Ch. 22 Caries prevention and control in low-and middle-income countries -- Ch. 23 How accurately can we assess the risk for developing caries lesion? -- Ch. 24 Caries control in low-caries populations -- Ch. 25 Epilogue. controlling the global burden of dental caries: the evidence calls for a reorganization of the oral health-care system.
List(s) this item appears in: New Books 2015-09 (Foreign) | TUMED-New Book 2018-October (Foreign) | TUMED-New Book 2019-January (Foreign)
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Part I Dental caries: what is it and how widespread is it globally? -- Ch. 1 Prologue -- Ch. 2 Dental caries: what is it? -- Ch. 3 Clinical features of caries lesions -- Ch. 4 How big is the problem? epidemiological features of dental caries -- Part II The caries lesion and its biological determinants -- Ch. 5 Pathology of dental caries -- Ch. 6 Saliva and caries development -- Ch. 7 Biofilms in caries development -- Ch. 8 Diet and dental caries -- Ch. 9 Demineralization and remineralization: the key to understanding clinical manifestations of dental caries -- Part III Diagnosis -- Ch. 10 The foundations of good diagnostic practice -- Ch. 11 Visual-tactile caries diagnosis -- Ch. 12 Additional caries detection methods -- Part IV Controlling dental caries -- Ch. 13 The caries control concept -- Ch. 14 Fluorides in caries control -- Ch. 15 The role of oral hygiene -- Ch. 16 Are antibacterials necessary in caries prophylaxis? -- Ch. 17 The principles of caries control for the individual patient -- Ch. 18 Caries control for frail elders -- Part V Operative intervention -- Ch. 19 Classical restorative or the minimally invasive concept? -- Ch. 20 Caries 'removal' and the pulpo-dentinal complex -- Ch. 21 Longevity of restorations: 'the death spiral' -- Part VI From chair-side to population caries control -- Ch. 22 Caries prevention and control in low-and middle-income countries -- Ch. 23 How accurately can we assess the risk for developing caries lesion? -- Ch. 24 Caries control in low-caries populations -- Ch. 25 Epilogue. controlling the global burden of dental caries: the evidence calls for a reorganization of the oral health-care system.

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