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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Field, James, 1979-, author.
Pre-clinical dental skills at a glance.
Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2015
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9781118766651 1118766652 9781118766668 1118766660|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Pre-Clinical Dental Skills at a Glance; Contents; Preface; How to use your revision guide; About the companion website; Part 1 The clinical environment; 1 The clinical environment; Regulation; Personal protective equipment; Uniforms and appearance; Dental loupes; 2 Lifelong learning and reflection; Lifelong learning; Support for learning; Formats and subjects; Reflection; Reflection and professional development; 3 Simulator jaws; Obtaining and storing natural teeth; The importance of tooth morphology; Terminology; Identifying teeth; Important points for setting up and storing teeth. Working within the simulator headAdvanced haptic systems; 4 Basic restorative equipment; Examination instruments; Restorative hand instruments; Handpieces and burs; Other equipment; 5 Handpiece maintenance and operation; Safe operation; Hand holds and finger rests; Checking the air rotor handpiece; Maintenance; Burs and uses; Part 2 Basic operative skills; 6 Posture and working with a dental mirror; Mirror work; General seating position; Fields of vision; Dynamics and working with your nurse; 7 Effective use of posterior matrices; Interproximal wedges; Matrix tips; Siqveland; Tofflemire. Other systemsDismantling; 8 Controlling bur depth and angulation; First steps; Basic principles --
undercut; Basic principles --
cutting depth; Criteria for exercise; Practising with occlusal surfaces; 9 Investigating and controlling the carious lesion; Basic principles; Conservative access; Efficient removal of enamel; Extension; Efficient removal of dentine; Depth; Form; Simulation exercises; 10 Posterior approximal preparations; Technique; Gain access to the caries; Resistance and retention form; Common pitfalls; Finishing the margins; Criteria for critical appraisal. 11 Anterior approximal preparationsTechnique; Gain access to the caries; Resistance and retention form; Common pitfalls; Finishing the margins; Criteria for critical appraisal; 12 Accessing the pulp space; Clinical considerations; Pulp space anatomy; Aims; Technique; Common pitfalls; 13 Direct posterior restorations; Material choice; Instrumentation for amalgam; Instrumentation for composite; Common mistakes; 14 Replacing a cusp with a direct restoration; Preparation; Matrices; Technique for amalgam; Technique for composite; 15 Placing cervical restorations; Glass ionomer; Composite resin. Repeated restoration loss16 Restoring incisors; Achieving an optimal bond; Approximal restoration; Involving the incisal edge; Polishing and checking; Repairing existing restorations; Common problems; 17 Periodontal instrumentation; Hand instrumentation; Ultrasonic instrumentation; 18 Moisture control and dental dam; Standard aids; Dental dam; Dam clamps; Dental dam placement; Contraindications and alternatives; 19 Records for treatment planning; Study models; Inter-occlusal record; Articulation; Photos; Part 3 Core clinical skills; 20 Controlling cross-infection; Effective immunisation.
|Series Title:||At a Glance (Dentistry)|
Great diagrams for visual learners. It s a very good way to have a clear idea of what you want to achieve before you pick up the handpiece. Being able to read about the operative techniques in