10 dentistry books published in january 2022 - Part I

Dentistry as any profession linked to science does not stop. New investigations and works are carried out month by month and books have become the main dissemination mechanism.

We share with the entire dental community the first list of 10 dental books published in january 2022 and available on Amazon.

The book provides surgeons with a basic understanding of the biologic response to bone grafting procedures. Experienced implantologists will benefit from the in-depth background information, details of high-level surgical techniques, and scientific results, which will enable them to optimize their surgical procedures.

This book reports the outcomes of a countrywide study conducted for the time and sequence of eruption of permanent teeth of the children of Larkana (Sindh), Peshawar (KPK), Quetta (Baluchistan), and Lahore (Punjab); covered all the provinces of Pakistan. It was funded by Higher Education of Pakistan.

This book provides comprehensive information on the etiology, pathophysiology, medical implications, diagnosis, and surgical and nonsurgical treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

This book bridges that gap, presenting a practical guide for the treatment of craniomandibular dysfunction (CMD)—a functional disorder that affects the muscles of mastication, temporomandibular joints, and/or occlusion—in patients with related pain.

The book begins with the science of bone regeneration, describing how bone and soft tissue will react and behave under different circumstances, before delving into the different methods and uses of GBR based on the presenting scenario. How to properly time and stage grafting, implant, and prosthetic therapy is a major focus.

For decades Dr Marx has been advocating for drug holidays and other clinical tactics that can help mitigate the effects of bisphosphonates and other DIONJ-causing agents, particularly in patients being treated for osteoporosis or cancer.

This long-awaited new edition of the author’s seminal text on orthognathic surgery includes not only a fresh new look and over a dozen new cases, but essential updates for anyone practicing orthognathic surgery.

In this book, all the relevant aspects of case history, anatomy, treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers, and injection techniques with their risks are presented in a way that is easy to follow and understand.

QDT 2021 /2022 introduces new digital concepts and novel treatment strategies that are sure to inspire the dental technician and restorative clinician.

This atlas represents the breath-taking results of photographing human teeth that have been made transparent. Dr Barrington has learned as many diaphanization methods as possible to understand how, where, and why transparency can occur in a solid object and translate that to tooth structure.

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