The new edition of the now classic "Endodontics in Clinical Practice" has been revised and updated to cover recent developments in the specialty. Offering the latest information in an easy-to-read, practical format, the book provides comprehensive coverage of the subject at a level which is ideal for the dental student, general dental practitioner and those embarking on continuing education courses. Topics include general and systemic aspects of endodontics, pulp space anatomy and access cavities, preparation of the root canal system, surgical endodontics, endodontics and traumatic injuries, periodontal disease and the dental pulp, and restoration of endodontically treated teeth.
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 703 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 18 mm
Edition: 6th Revised edition
Comments about previous edition: This is a very informative textbook which I would definitely recommend and have learnt from. I wish I had known about it and read it on my undergraduate course - at the time I had not realised that there was such a concise book on the subject at a suitable level, interesting and easy to read! This book should give people the confidence and encouragement to perform more endodontic procedures. Georgina Baker, PG Student, Eastman Dental Institute, UK Overall, an EXCELLENT and concise endodontic book for all clinicians of varying backgrounds and experience. I would highly recommend it! Miss Zahra Hussain, PG Student, Eastman Dental Institute, UK Harty's Endodontics in Clinical Practice" is an excellent text for both the undergraduate dental student and the busy general dental practitioner. Its logical, evidence-based chapters and concise approach progress through the course of endodontic treatment with the aid of excellent diagrams, radiographs and photographs, giving the reader a clear and easy explanation as to the principles of root canal treatment, the essentials of periradicular surgery and the management of traumatic injuries. This is an excellent reference text for a continually evolving field. Tony Preston, Senior Lecturer in Endodontics, Liverpool, UK 'With Endodontics now a recognised specialty within the UK, this book has established itself as the definitive text on the subject for the undergraduate dentist. The meticulous detail and excellent editing ensure there is little in the book to be criticised.' Student, MAD Magazine - Barts and The London Students' Association, June 2004