For almost thirty years, the tried, tested, and much-loved Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry
has been the indispensable guide to the dental world for dental students, trainees, practitioners, and nurses. Returning for its seventh edition it has been re-energized by new editors and a specialist contributor team, while still retaining its comprehensive, clear, and concise style.
The Handbook has been completely updated and brings you a wealth of information to keep pace with fast-moving areas of dental practice. This new edition includes a brand new chapter on dental implants, the new classification for periodontal disease, the latest key guidelines, protocols, and guidance on therapeutics, dental materials, and digital dentistry, as well as expanded information on topics such as ethics, dental law, and practice management. Designed for daily use, this Handbook ensures
you will have everything you need at your fingertips whether on the go, in clinical sessions, or for revision. Reviews from the previous edition Dental students are going to love this book! As a recent graduate I can say that dental students love this book and have done so since the first edition. Now, as hospital trainees, this book is still in all our bags. Its clearly defined chapters offer excellent and concise best principles for nearly all aspects of dentistry...The new edition covers the whole of clinical dentistry in a brief but concise manner * British Dental Journal * This is a most valuable handbook with a wide range of appeal, from the undergraduate and those preparing for a range of postgraduate dental examinations through to trainers and other senior colleagues who need to bring themselves up-to-date with innovations outside their main field of practice * Ann R Coll Surg Engl * You're the best we'll make you better is the promise of the Top Gun school to its fighter pilots. This Handbook is in the same mould....As a specialist I read this Handbook with pleasure and shame; pleasure at a lucid concise style and shame at how much I have forgotten that the authors cover comprehensively * International Dental Journal * Absolutely first class. No one should be without one of these at any stage of their career. Ideal aide memoire for all those things you don't do or think about regularly. Helps to avoid those 'well what am I going to do about this' moments. Tells you what you want to know accurately and succinctly * Amazon.co.uk Review * An excellent handbook to have during your studies, or in clinical practice. Covers almost every general
Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry