Quintessence Roundup: August

Quintessence 2017 Catalog

Monthly Special


Seltzer and Bender’s Dental Pulp, Second Edition

Edited by Kenneth M. Hargreaves, Harold E. Goodis, and Franklin R. Tay

This comprehensive update of a classic text presents the latest research on the dental pulp and its interaction with other tissues, highlighting its central role in both local and systemic health. The second edition has been completely revised to incorporate new chapters featuring the most topical issues in research and clinical practice, including developments in stem cell research and pulpodentin regeneration, the effects of the aging process on the pulp, and the interdependent relationship of the pulp and restorative dental procedures. New contributors bring fresh perspective to topics such as pulpal infections, odontalgia, and the relationship between the pulp and periodontal disease. Each chapter provides an introduction to its major themes for the busy clinician or dental student as well as up-to-date, biologically based clinical recommendations for restorative and endodontic procedures. Practicing clinicians will find this information to be essential to providing accurate diagnoses and effective treatment.

512 pp; 707 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-0-86715-480-1 (B4801); Special price! $75

New Titles in Books


Oral Pathology in Clinical Dental Practice

Robert E. Marx

While most dentists do not perform their own histologic testing, all dentists must be able to recognize conditions that may require biopsy or further treatment outside the dentist office. This book does not pretend to be an exhaustive resource on oral pathology; instead, it seeks to provide the practicing clinician with enough information to help identify or at least narrow down the differential for every common lesion or oral manifestation of disease seen in daily practice as well as what to do about them. Organized by type of lesion, mass, or disease, each pathologic entity presented includes the nature of the disease; its predilections, clinical features, radiographic presentation, differential diagnosis, and microscopic features; and the suggested course of action for the dental practitioner as well as the standard treatment regimen. In keeping with the concise nature of the text, all but the rarest disease entities include at least one photograph to illustrate the clinical condition. This book distills the comprehensive information from Dr Marx and Dr Diane Stern’s award-winning pathology reference text (Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology: A Rationale for Diagnosis and Treatment, ed 2 [Quintessence, 2012]) into practical guidelines for restorative and general dentists everywhere.

376 pp; 425 illus; ISBN 978-0-86715-764-2 (B7642); Special preorder price! $78

 

Anesthesia Considerations for the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

Edited by Matthew Mizukawa, Samuel J. McKenna, and Luis G. Vega

Although office-based anesthesia administration has been essential in the evolution of outpatient surgery, it is becoming more complex as people live longer and with more comorbid diseases. The purpose of this book is to strengthen the margin of safety of office-based anesthesia administration by helping practitioners determine whether the patients they treat are good candidates for office-based anesthesia. This book is organized into three sections. The first section provides a review of the principles of anesthesia, including the pharmacology of anesthetic agents, local anesthesia, patient monitoring, preoperative evaluation, the airway, and management of emergencies and complications. The major organ systems of the body are reviewed in section two, and the most common comorbid conditions that affect these systems are described in terms of their pathophysiology, diagnosis, management, and anesthesia-related considerations. Section three reviews patient groups that warrant special consideration in the administration of office-based anesthesia, such as geriatric, pediatric, pregnant, and obese patients. Spiral-bound and featuring tabs for quick and easy reference, this important book belongs on the shelf of every clinician who provides anesthesia in the office setting.

482 pp; 101 illus; ISBN 978-0- 86715-713- 0 (B7130); Special preorder price! $134

 

Color in Dentistry:
A Clinical Guide to Predictable Esthetics

Stephen J. Chu, Rade D. Paravina, Irena Sailer, and Adam J. Mieleszko

Predictable shade matching in dentistry remains a significant challenge for clinicians in daily practice. Color is an important aspect in the esthetics of teeth and dental restoration fabrication, and color discrepancy can mar restorative results, even when other aspects (marginal fit, occlusion, and morphology) are adequate. This book provides step-by-step protocols to help dental professionals accurately match, communicate, and reproduce the color of teeth and gingiva. These authors demonstrate how to implement color science in simple problem-solving instructions for predictable esthetics in both clinical protocols and laboratory techniques. An extensive presentation of clinical cases is included to illustrate the use of recommended protocols in general practice. An outstanding contribution to the practice and theory of color management in contemporary dentistry.

256 pp; 890 illus; ISBN 978-0-86715-745-1 (B7451); Now available! US $108

Current Challenges in Color

 

The Bicon Short Implant: A Thirty-Year Perspective

Edited by Vincent Morgan

This book is a succinct and accessible compilation of over 30 years of knowledge concerning the Bicon system. It offers not only a history of dental implants and the science of osseointegration but also a vast collection of clinical examples that demonstrate Bicon’s capabilities. Bicon implants provide versatile, reliable treatment for a wide variety of clinical situations; they can successfully be placed in atrophic jaws, in sites that would require extensive bone grafting with longer implants, in tissue that has been compromised by medical conditions, and even in adolescent jaws that are still developing. With its proven track record of success, the Bicon system provides treatment opportunities for the benefit of clinicians, technicians, and patients by offering simple, predictable, and effective techniques. With everything from historical and theoretical origins to detailed step-by-step surgical and restorative guides, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in implantology.

336 pp; 1,800 illus; ISBN 978-0-86715-728-4 (B7284); Now available! US $192

 

ITI Treatment Guide Series
Volume 10: Implant Therapy in the Esthetic Zone: Current Treatment Modalities and Materials for Single-Tooth Replacements

Edited by Vivianne Chappuis and William Martin

This latest volume in the ITI Treatment Guide series starts out with the most recent statements and recommendations from the 5th ITI Consensus Conference, followed by a detailed protocol for the evaluation and treatment planning of patients with esthetic demands requiring single-tooth replacement with a dental implant. Various surgical situations commonly encountered in the esthetic zone are presented along with recommended treatment protocols. In addition, the many aspects of clinical management of the planned implant site (before and after placement) are discussed including the use of provisional prostheses, laboratory communication, abutment design, restorative material selection, and delivery of the definitive restoration. Fourteen complex case presentations form the core of this volume with step-by-step descriptions of procedures for achieving stable long-term esthetic outcomes. This volume provides a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to single-tooth replacement in the esthetic zone, from consultation to follow-up, with a focus on current treatment modalities and the materials that present-day implant dentistry has to offer in order to support clinicians in their decision-making processes.

444 pp; 1,386 illus; ISBN 978-3-86867-343-2 (B9097); US $98

 

Stability, Retention, and Relapse in Orthodontics

Christos Katsaros and Theodore Eliades

This book offers a thorough analysis of the retention and stability of orthodontic treatment results and outlines the keys to effective intervention. Tendencies for stability and relapse of orthodontic treatment are covered for incisor irregularity and Class I, Class II, transverse, and vertical problems, as well as orthognathic surgery outcomes. In addition to cautioning against tooth and jaw movements that have been associated with an increased risk of relapse, the authors discuss the use of fixed and removable retention appliances and outline treatment principles to minimize relapse and the development of potential unwanted effects at the retention stage. The end result is an understanding of how to develop targeted retention plans for individual patients and how to treatment plan long-term stability with strategic insight.

226 pp; 403 illus; ISBN 978-1-78698-019-9 (B9100); US $128

New Issues in Journals


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Featured article: Interpositional Augmentation Technique in the Treatment of Posterior Mandibular Atrophies: A Retrospective Study Comparing 129 Autogenous and Heterologous Bone Blocks with 2 to 7 Years Follow-Up
Pietro Felice, Carlo Barausse, Antonio Barone, Giovanni Zucchelli, Maurizio Piattelli, Roberto Pistilli, Daniela Rita Ippolito, and Massimo Simion

Human Histologic Evidence of Reosseointegration Around an Implant Affected with Peri-implantitis Following Decontamination with Sterile Saline and Antiseptics: A Case History Report
Paul Fletcher, Daniel Deluiz, Eduardo M.B. Tinoco, John L. Ricci, Dennis P. Tarnow, and Justine Monnerat Tinoco

Combining Esthetic Layering and Lithium Disilicate Sintering Technique on Zirconia Frameworks: A Veneering Option to Prevent Ceramic Chipping
Reza Saeidi Pour, Daniel Edelhoff, Caroline Freitas Rafael, Otto Prandtner, Stefan Frei, Claudia Angela Maziero Volpato, and Anja Liebermann

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Economic Evaluation of Implant-Supported Overdentures in Edentulous Patients: A Systematic Review
Qi Zhang, Xin Jin, Mengliu Yu, Guoming Ou, Hiroyuki Matsui, and Xing Liang

Preliminary Clinical Application of Removable Partial Denture Frameworks Fabricated Using Computer-Aided Design and Rapid Prototyping Techniques
Hongqiang Ye, Jing Ning, Man Li, Li Niu, Jian Yang, Yuchun Sun, and Yongsheng Zhou

Reliability of a CAD/CAM Surgical Guide for Implant Placement: An In Vitro Comparison of Surgeons’ Experience Levels and Implant Sites
Su-Jung Park, Richard Leesungbok, Taixing Cui, Suk Won Lee, and Su-Jin Ahn

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Clinical Performance of Dental Implants with a Moderately Rough (TiUnite) Surface: A Meta-Analysis of Prospective Clinical Studies
Matthias Karl and Tomas Albrektsson

Thematic Abstract Review: Implantoplasty: A Valuable Method for the Management of Peri-implantitis?
Jan-Eirik Ellingsen

Local Application of Growth Hormone to Enhance Osseointegration in Osteoporotic Bones: A Morphometric and Densitometric Study
Elena Martin-Monge, Isabel F. Tresguerres, Celia Clemente, and Jesús A. F. Tresguerres

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What Can Epigenetics Tell Us About Periodontitis?
Pamela Leong, Yuk Jing Loke, and Jeffrey M. Craig

Does Use of Alcohol-Containing Mouthrinse Increase Risk for Oral Cancer?
Ann Eshenaur Spolarich

Gingival Trauma: Tooth Brushing and Oral Piercings
Nienke L. Hennequin-Hoenderdos, Fridus A. van der Weijden, and Dagmar E. Slot

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A Retrospective Study on Possible Predictive Factors for Long-term Temporomandibular Joint Degeneration and Impaired Mobility in Juvenile Arthritis Patients
Stanimira I. Kalaykova, Adriaan T. Klitsie, Corine M. Visscher, Machiel Naeije, and Frank Lobbezoo

Prevalence of Temporomandibular Disorders in the Northern Finland Birth Cohort 1966
Päivi Jussila, Heikki Kiviahde, Ritva Näpänkangas, Jari Päkkilä, Paula Pesonen, Kirsi Sipilä, Pertti Pirttiniemi, and Aune Raustia

A Rare Case of Misdiagnosed Silent Lung Cancer with Solitary Metastasis to the Temporomandibular Joint Condyle
Luca Guarda-Nardini, Edoardo Stellini, Adolfo Di Fiore, and Daniele Manfredini

Dental Meetings Quintessence Will Attend in August


ICOI World Congress: Booth #109
hosted by the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, August 17–19 in Vancouver, Canada

Seminario XXII: Booth #E3
hosted by Ivoclar Vivadent México, August 18–18 in Mexico City, Mexico

CDA Presents the Art and Science of Dentistry: Booth #612
hosted by the California Dental Association, August 24–26 in San Francisco, CA

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