Routes for Excellence in Restorative Dentistry: Mastery for Beginners and Experts (Two Volumes)

Excellence in restorative dentistry requires a lifetime of learning and improvement, and the best way to start is through instruction from skilled masters. This two-volume book consolidates the essential concepts and protocols for restorative dentistry.
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Although true mastery in restorative dentistry requires a lifetime of learning and improvement, this two-volume compendium distills many essential clinical insights for the student clinician who is learning the craft of restorative dentistry. Envisioned as a comprehensive clinical textbook, this book elucidates the fundamental concepts of restorative dentistry and illustrates procedures step-by-step to ensure precision in esthetics, biomechanics, and function. The authors provide an up-to-date review of direct and indirect restorative techniques and cover the most important protocols used in daily clinical practice. As the name Routes suggests, there are many different ways to approach restorative treatment, and this book will prepare clinicians to successfully navigate treatment options and the complexity of dental restoration to attain excellence in their clinical practice. Contents Volume 1 Chapter 01 - Nomenclature and classification of lesions and cavities Chapter 02 - General principles of cavity preparation Chapter 03 - Instruments and materials Chapter 04 - Isolation of the operatory field Chapter 05 - Adhesion to dental tissues Chapter 06 - Composite resins Chapter 07 - Polymerization of composites Chapter 08 - Light, color & characterization of restorations Chapter 09 - Dental amalgam Direct Composite Restorations Chapter 10 - Class III preparation and restoration using composite resins Strictly proximal access Palatal access Labial access Chapter 11 - Class IV preparation and restoration using composite resins Silicone guide technique Free-hand build-up technique Chapter 12 - Class V preparation and restoration using composite resins Non-carious lesions Carious lesions Chapter 13 - Tooth fragment reattachment Reattachment technique using an acrylic guide Bevelling technique after reattachment Chapter 14 - Direct composite resin veneers Technique of acrylic matrix Free-hand build-up technique Chapter 15 - Diastema and conoid teeth Diastema reduction or closure Restoration of conoid teeth Chapter 16 - Finishing and polishing of direct anterior restorations Chapter 17 - Class I preparation and restoration using composites Free-hand stratified technique Occlusal acrylic resin matrix Chapter 18 - Class II preparation and restoration using composites Horizontal slot technique Using a biconvex partial metal matrix Using a circumferential metal matrix Recommended Literature Volume 2 Direct Restorations using Amalgam Chapter 19 - Class I preparation and restoration with amalgam Chapter 20 - Class I prepartion and restoration using amalgam Chapter 21 - Complex restorations using amalgam Chapter 22 - Finishing and polishing of amalgam restorations Indirect Restorations Chapter 23 - Impression materials and techniques Chapter 24 - Temporary restorations Chapter 25 - Adhesive cementation Chapter 26 - Root posts Chapter 27 - Anterior crowns Using fiber resin posts and composite cores Non-vital discolored tooth Chapter 28 - Porcelain Laminate veneers Chapter 29 - Inlay & onlay restorations Inlay Onlay Chapter 30 - Posterior crowns Conventional crown Endocrown Recommended Literature
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Edited by Luiz Narciso Baratieri et al
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978-85-7889-039-1
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