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Fundamentals of Periodontal Instrumentation and Advanced Root Instrumentation

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780781746069

ISBN10:
078174606X
Format:
Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
1/13/2004
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

This instructional guide to periodontal instrumentation takes students from the basic skills, patient positioning, intraoral finger rests, and basic instrumentation, all the way to advanced techniques, assessment of periodontal patients and instrumentation of multirooted teeth, root concavities, and furcation areas. The Fifth Edition retains the features that made this the market leading textbook on periodontal instrumentation and adds new features designed to facilitate learning and teaching, such as critical thinking activities, patient cases, learning objectives, and a glossary of instrumentation terms.A faculty resource CD-ROM includes an image bank, test bank, instructor's guide, teaching tips, and skill evaluation forms.

Table of Contents

BASIC SKILLS
Mathematical Principles and Anatomic Descriptors
1(8)
Mathematical Principles
3(3)
Anatomic Descriptors
6(2)
Skill Application
8(1)
Principles of Positioning
9(40)
Evidence-Based Knowledge of Positioning
11(5)
Patient Position
16(2)
Clinician and Equipment Position
18(5)
Position for RIGHT-Handed Clinician
23(9)
Position for LEFT-Handed Clinician
32(10)
Skill Application
42(7)
Instrument Grasp
49(16)
Instrument and Finger Identification
51(2)
Grasp for Periodontal Instrumentation
53(3)
Glove Use
56(2)
Exercises for Improved Hand Strength
58(3)
Skill Application
61(4)
Mirror and Finger Rests in Anterior Sextants
65(40)
The Dental Mirror
67(3)
Wrist Position for Instrumentation
70(2)
The Fulcrum
72(3)
Technique Practice for Transillumination
75(1)
Skills for the RIGHT-Handed Clinician
76(13)
Skills for the LEFT-Handed Clinician
89(13)
Skill Application
102(3)
Mirror and Finger Rests in Mandibular Posterior Sextants
105(22)
Introduction to Mirror Skills
107(1)
Skills for the RIGHT-Handed Clinician
108(8)
Skills for the LEFT-Handed Clinician
116(7)
Skill Application
123(4)
Mirror and Finger Rests in Maxillary Posterior Sextants
127(22)
Skills for the RIGHT-Handed Clinician
129(8)
Skills for the LEFT-Handed Clinician
137(8)
Skill Application
145(4)
Instrument Design and Classification
149(18)
Characteristics Common to All Periodontal Instruments
151(3)
Shank Design
154(4)
Working-End Design
158(3)
Introduction to Instrument Classification
161(2)
Skill Application
163(4)
ELEMENTS OF THE INSTRUMENT STROKE
Adaptation and Angulation
167(18)
Adaptation
169(4)
Selecting the Correct Working-End
173(2)
Angulation
175(2)
Technique Practice
177(4)
Skill Application
181(4)
Activation, Pivot, and Handle Roll
185(14)
Moving the Working-End
187(3)
Maintaining Adaptation
190(4)
Skill Application
194(5)
Instrumentation Strokes
199(18)
Introduction to Instrumentation Strokes
201(2)
Stroke Direction and Pattern
203(4)
Stabilization and Lateral Pressure
207(3)
Stroke Production
210(3)
Skill Application
213(4)
PATIENT ASSESSMENT
Calibrated Periodontal Probes and Basic Probing Technique
217(26)
Calibrated Periodontal Probes
219(3)
Use of Probe to Assess Tissue Health
222(4)
Basic Concepts of Probing Technique
226(3)
Probing Depth Measurements
229(4)
Technique Practice: Posterior Teeth
233(3)
Technique Practice: Anterior Teeth
236(2)
Skill Application
238(5)
Explorers
243(32)
Explorers
245(6)
Technique Practice: Anterior Teeth
251(3)
Technique Practice: Posterior Teeth
254(5)
Technique Alerts
259(5)
Detection of Dental Calculus and Caries
264(6)
Skill Application
270(5)
DEBRIDEMENT WITH HAND-ACTIVATED INSTRUMENTS
Concepts in Periodontal Debridement
275(10)
Disease Prevention
277(1)
Periodontal Debridement
278(2)
Dentinal Hypersensitivity
280(3)
Practical Focus
283(2)
Sickle Scalers
285(22)
Sickle Scalers
287(2)
Calculus Removal Concepts
289(2)
Technique Practice: Anterior Teeth
291(4)
Technique Practice: Posterior Teeth
295(7)
Skill Application
302(5)
Universal Curets
307(26)
Universal Curets
309(2)
Selecting a Universal Curet
311(1)
Technique Practice: Posterior Teeth
312(7)
Technique Alert: Lower Shank Position
319(2)
Technique Practice: Anterior Teeth
321(5)
Technique Alert: Horizontal Strokes
326(2)
Skill Application
328(5)
Area-Specific Curets
333(28)
Area-Specific Curets
335(8)
Technique Practice: Anterior Teeth
343(4)
Technique Practice: Posterior Teeth
347(6)
Horizontal Strokes
353(1)
Design Analysis of Scalers and Curets
354(1)
Skill Application
355(6)
Periodontal Files
361(14)
Periodontal Files
363(4)
Technique Practice: Posterior Teeth
367(3)
Technique Practice: Anterior Teeth
370(2)
Skill Application
372(3)
Instrumentation Strategies and Patient Cases
375(20)
Modes of Calculus Attachment
377(1)
Planning for Calculus Removal
378(3)
Sequence and Instrument Selection
381(5)
Practical Focus: Patient Cases
386(9)
Problem Identification: Difficulties in Instrumentation
395(8)
Problem Chart 1: Can't See the Treatment Area!
396(1)
Problem Chart 2: Can't Locate the Calculus!
397(1)
Problem Chart 3: Poor Illumination of Treatment Area!
398(1)
Problem Chart 4: Can't Adapt Cutting Edge to Tooth Surface!
398(1)
Problem Chart 5: Can't Maintain Adaptation!
399(1)
Problem Chart 6: Uncontrolled or Weak Calculus Removal Stroke!
400(1)
Problem Chart 7A--C: Missed Calculus Deposits!
401(2)
Instrument Sharpening
403(38)
Introduction to Sharpening Concepts
405(4)
Planning for Instrument Maintenance
409(4)
Reestablishing Sharpness
413(3)
Instrument and Stone Positions
416(5)
Preserving Instrument Design
421(4)
Sharpening Guides
425(2)
Moving Stone Technique
427(8)
Moving Instrument Technique
435(2)
Sharpening a Periodontal File
437(1)
Skill Application
438(3)
ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION TECHNIQUES
Advanced Probing Techniques
441(30)
The Periodontal Attachment System
443(3)
Assessments with Calibrated Probes
446(5)
Assessments That Require Calculations
451(4)
Assessment with Furcation Probes
455(6)
PSR Examination
461(4)
Skill Application
465(6)
Instruments for Advanced Root Debridement
471(38)
Root Surface Anatomy
473(4)
Technique Practice: Exploration of Root Concavities and Furcations
477(5)
Universal Curets for Advanced Root Debridement
482(3)
Modified Gracey Curets for Advanced Root Debridement
485(8)
Specialized Root Instruments
493(5)
Technological Advances
498(4)
Technique Practice: Basic Instrumentation of Multirooted Teeth
502(3)
Skill Application
505(4)
Advanced Techniques for Root Surface Debridement
509(30)
Fulcruming Techniques
511(8)
Anatomical Features That Complicate Instrumentation
519(2)
Technique Practice: Horizontal Strokes
521(2)
Technique Practice: Maxillary Arch
523(9)
Technique Practice: Mandibular Arch
532(3)
Skill Application
535(4)
Ultrasonic and Sonic Instrumentation
539(48)
Introduction to Electronically Powered Instrumentation
542(4)
Mechanisms of Action
546(4)
Features of Powered Devices
550(3)
Instrument Tips
553(5)
Treatment Preparation
558(6)
Instrumentation Technique
564(6)
Slim-Diameter Instrument Tips
570(5)
Technique Practice: Slim Tips
575(8)
Skill Application
583(4)
Debridement of Dental Implants
587(10)
Dental Implantology
588(6)
Skill Application
594(3)
SUPPLEMENTARY INSTRUMENTATION
Cosmetic Polishing Procedures
597(20)
Introduction to Stain Removal
599(4)
Rubber Cup Method of Stain Removal
603(6)
Air-Powder Method of Stain Removal
609(3)
Technique Practice: Polishing
612(3)
Skill Application
615(2)
Glossary 617(12)
Index 629


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