9781841844619

Oral Radiosurgery: An Illustrated Clinical Guide

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  • ISBN13:

    9781841844619

  • ISBN10:

    1841844616

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-08-12
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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Summary

Providing safe, fast, and efficient incision with an improved field of vision, radiosurgery is one of the most important and versatile instruments in modern dentistry. Here, in this best-selling, step-by-step guide to the safe practice of a wide variety of clinical procedures, Sherman builds upon the phenomenal success of previous editions, updating technical aspects of the subject that have moved on since the last edition. With a particular focus upon new instruments and machines, as well as cases of use with implants, this third edition is an indispensable guide for all clinicians in practice.Short Contents

Table of Contents

Foreword to the Third Edition ix
Foreword to the Second Edition xi
Foreword to the First Edition xiii
Preface xv
Acknowledgments xvii
Principles and Theory of Radiosurgery
1(8)
Principles of radiosurgery
1(1)
Theory of radiosurgery
1(2)
Indications for radiosurgery
3(1)
Advantages of radiosurgery
4(1)
Contraindications
4(1)
Comparison of scalpel, laser, and radiosurgery / electrosurgery
5(4)
Waveform Types and Properties
9(6)
Fully rectified filtered waveform
9(1)
Fully rectified waveform
9(1)
Partially rectified waveform
10(1)
Fulguration waveform
10(2)
Lateral heat
12(3)
Electrodes
15(16)
The passive electrode
15(2)
The active electrode
17(2)
Electrode handpieces
19(3)
Electrode tips: their shapes and uses
22(9)
Safety and Precautions
31(6)
Safety standards
31(1)
Sterilization
31(3)
Linear progression power dial versus step-wise power dial
34(1)
Surgical smoke
35(2)
Radiosurgical Instruments
37(8)
Coles
37(1)
Clev-Dent
37(1)
Martin
37(1)
Parkell
38(1)
Hampton
38(1)
Siemens
38(1)
Ellman
39(1)
Odontosurge
40(1)
Cameron Miller
41(1)
Macan
41(1)
Whaledent
41(2)
Bident
43(1)
Servotome
43(1)
Bondent
43(1)
Bonart
44(1)
Criteria for selecting a radiosurgical unit
44(1)
Other considerations
44(1)
Postoperative Dressings
45(4)
Tincture of myrrh and benzoin
45(1)
Periodontal packs
45(1)
Iso-Dent
46(1)
Peridex and Periogard oral rinses
46(1)
Listerine antiseptic rinse
47(1)
Ora 5
47(1)
Peroxide rinses
47(1)
Postoperative instructions
47(1)
Achieving good results
47(2)
Radiosurgical Techniques
49(114)
Creating a trough for crown impressions
49(7)
Exposure of an implant prior to crown cementation
56(5)
Gingivectomy and gingivoplasty on hyperplastic tissue
61(9)
Removal of diphenylhydantoin hyperplasia
70(4)
Removal of hypertrophic tissue around orthodontic bands
74(3)
Frenectomy
77(7)
Pulpotomy/pulpectomy
84(6)
Apicoectomy
90(11)
Operculectomy
101(10)
Exposing subgingival decay
111(11)
Radiosurgery usage around crowns and pontics
122(4)
Post and core preparations
126(4)
Removal of an epulis fissuratum
130(5)
Removal of papillary hyperplasia of the palate
135(3)
Biopsy procedures
138(10)
Removal of an impacted tooth
148(2)
Incision and drainage
150(2)
Desensitization of dentin
152(2)
Exposing an unerupted or impacted tooth for orthodontic reasons
154(3)
Bleaching techniques
157(4)
Endodontic sterilization
161(2)
Laboratory Exercise
163(14)
Development of tactile sense
163(1)
Set-up of the radiosurgery unit
163(1)
Tissue tuning
164(1)
Use of different waveforms
164(1)
Laboratory procedures
165(12)
Patient Education and Marketing
177(4)
Reimbursement for radiosurgery
179(2)
Appendix: Instruments 181(2)
References 183(4)
Index 187

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