Clinical Problem Solving in Orthodontics and Paediatric Dentistry - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource (Retail Access Card), 2nd Edition
This is a second edition of a hugely successful practical resource in orthodontics and paediatric dentistry – ideal for undergraduate dental students and post-graduates preparing for the MJDF and similar exams.
- Focuses on clinical problem-solving in orthodontics and paediatric dentistry — two closely-related topics that are usually separated into different volumes.
- Provides practical help with treatment planning, guiding the reader through the process of safe and effective decision-making.
- Provides two different approaches to the clinical cases — some topics include scenarios with questions and answers; others include differential diagnosis with a focus on how to plan and manage treatment effectively.
- Uses ‘key-point" Evidence-Based’ boxes systematically to emphasise core knowledge for assessment and provide a rationale for treatment approaches.
- Contains valuable ‘mind-maps’, which helps the reader consolidate information prior to exams.
- Includes orthodontic sections on severe crowding, additional canine problems, bilateral crossbite covering the use of temporary anchorage devices, incisor root resorption from an impacted maxillary canine, cone beam CT, tooth-size discrepancy assessment, transposition, RME, SARPE and self-ligating brackets
- Includes paedriatric dentistry sections on the use of CPP-ACP, indirect pulp caps, caries diagnosis systems, minimally invasive techniques, and the importance of caries risk assessment and appropriate fluoride prescription, and mechanisms for how flouride works.
1 Median diastema
2 Unerupted upper central incisor
3 Absent upper lateral incisors
4 Crowding and buccal upper canines
5 Severe crowding
6 Palatal canines
7 More canine problems
8 Infra-occluded primary molars
9 Increased overjet
10 Incisor crossbite
11 Reverse overjet
12 Increased overbite
13 Anterior open bite
14 Posterior crossbite
15 Bilateral crossbite
16 Late lower incisor crowding
17 Prominent chin and TMJDS
18 Drifting incisors
19 Appliance-related problems
20 Tooth movement and related problems
21 Cleft lip and palate
22 Nursing and early childhood caries
23 Continuing preventive care
24 The uncooperative child
25 Disorders of eruption and exfoliation
26 Pain control and carious teeth
27 Facial swelling and dental abscess
28 The displaced primary incisor
29 The fractured immature permanent incisor crown
30 The fractured permanent incisor root
31 The avulsed incisor
32 Poor quality first permanent molars
33 Tooth discolouration, hypomineralization and hypoplasia
34 Mottled teeth
35 Tooth surface loss
36 Multiple missing and abnormally shaped teeth
37 Amelogenesis imperfecta
38 Dentinogenesis imperfecta
39 Gingival bleeding and enlargement
40 Oral ulceration
41 Mind Maps®
A1 The Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need: Dental Health Component
A2 Lateral cephalometric analysis
Declan Millett, BDSc DDS FDSRCPS FDSRCS DOrthRCSEng MOrthRCSEng, Professor of Orthodontics, University Dental School and Hospital, University College Cork, Ireland and Peter Day, PhD, FDS Paeds RCS Eng, FRCD Canada, Associate Professor and Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, Leeds Dental Institute, Leeds, UK