The Manual of Minor Oral Surgery for the General Dentist, Second Edition continues the aim of providing clear and practical guidance to common surgical procedures encountered in general practice. Fully revised and updated with three additional chapters, the book approaches each procedure through detailed, step-by-step description and illustration. Ideal for general dental practitioners and students, the book is an indispensible tool for planning, performing, and evaluating a range of surgical procedures in day-to-day practice. The Manual of Minor Oral Surgery for the General Dentist begins with an expanded chapter on patient evaluation and history taking and a new chapter on managing the patient with medical comorbidities. It also address infections and sedation besides procedural chapters on such topics as third molar extractions, preprosthetic surgery, surgical implantology, crown-lengthening, and biopsy of oral lesions.The advantages of autografts are that they have no possibility of disease transmission and contain osteoinductive properties. The disadvantage is that it requires that the patient has a donor site, which carries a potential for additional morbidity.
|Title||:||Manual of Minor Oral Surgery for the General Dentist|
|Author||:||Pushkar Mehra, Richard D'Innocenzo|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-05-15|