This book offers clear, practical guidance on how to assess, diagnose and effectively manage traumatic dental injuries.
Divided into 14 sections, with the first chapter providing an overview of first principles, each of the following sections covers a different type of injury. The book concludes with discussion on long-term consequences of dental trauma.
Each chapter summarises how best to assess and manage the presenting problem, and includes advice on postoperative care and recommended follow-up.
A clinical case example highlighting salient points is featured for each topic, and more than 400 clinical photographs and explanatory diagrams throughout the book further enhance learning.
The book is authored by recognised consultant in restorative dentistry, Serpil Djemal, from King's College Hospital Dental Institute, London.
Practical guidance on assessment, diagnosis and management of traumatic dental injuries
Each topic features a clinical case example highlighting salient points
Includes more than 400 clinical photographs and explanatory diagrams
Recognised author from King's College Hospital Dental Institute, London