Prepared by authors of international renown, The Pocketbook of Oral Disease offers a wealth of information in a handy quick-reference format. Containing over 500 tables and illustrations, this useful guide covers the most common and potentially serious oral conditions seen in primary care dentistry. The Pocketbook of Oral Disease will be ideal for dental students who are about to graduate, general dental practitioners and dental care professionals.
Concise, double page spread permits rapid review of essential information
Includes a wide range of colour clinical photographs, radiological images, and artwork schematics
Contains useful ‘pull out’ boxes to act as useful aide-memoirs
Algorithms help readers think through the challenge of diagnosis and organise information correctly
Glossary and alphabetically ordered syndromes further allow rapid access to key information
"This title provides a concise easy reference guide to oral disease. Produced by leading specialists, this pocketbook covers common and more serious oral diseases with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment within the primary care setting...In covering an enormous topic such as oral disease in a brief and concise manner. this pocketbook will be a welcome addition to any professional's library. I would recommend it as a must have for undergraduate dental students, as well as a quick reference guide for those in post-graduate training, general dental practitioners and dental care professional."
British Dental Journal, March 2013
"The latest text from Elsevier presents for the reader an easy accessible, portable, quick-reference source of material to help assess the variety of oral diseases faced by the busy dental practitioner...It has over 500 illustrations and tables, and offers to help the modern-day dental surgeon with the common oral conditions...The format is comprehensive and will serve as a useful guide for the intended audience of dental students and the growing population of dental care professionals faced with increasing clinical responsibilty."
Faculty Dental Journal, April 2013
By Crispian Scully, CBE MD PhD MDS MRCS BSc FDSRCS FDSRCPS FFDRCSI FDSRCSE FRCPath FMedSci FHEA FUCL DSc DChD DMed[HC] DrHC
, Emeritus Professor, University College London, London, UK; Honorary Consultant University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, HCA International Hospitals and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, UK
; Jose V Bagan, MD, DDS, PhD, Profesor of Oral Medicine, University General Hospital of Valencia, Valencia, Spain ; Marco Carrozzo, MD DDS, Professor and Chair of Oral Medicine, School of Dental Sciences, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
; Catherine M Flaitz, DDS MS
, Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and Pediatric Dentistry, The University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston Health Science Center, Houston, Texas, USA
and Sergio Gandolfo, MD, DDS, Professor and Head of the Department of Dentistry, S. Luigi University Hospital, Orbassano, Turin; Dean of the Postgraduate School in Oral Surgery and Master in Oral Medicine and Special Needs Care, University of Torino, Italy
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