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The second edition of Small Animal Dental Equipment, Materials, and Techniques has been revised and updated to reflect the latest developments in veterinary dental practice.
- Provides a comprehensive resource for integrating dental services into veterinary practice - Offers valuable advice on selecting dental equipment and materials - Presents clear descriptions for a range of dental terms and techniques - Includes a wealth of new images - Highlights dental information applicable to general practice
CONTENTS: 1. The Dental Operatory Space Electricity, Water, and Drainage Ergonomics The Operatory Powered Dental Delivery Systems Storage Lighting Dental Loupes (Telescopes) Radiography General Anesthesia Patient Monitoring Devices Regional Analgesia Technique Further Reading 2. Equipment, Instruments, and Materials for Operative Dentistry Equipment and Material Recommendations Based on the Level of Dental Care Diagnostics for Basic Dentistry Dental Scaling, Irrigation and Polishing Equipment, Instruments, and Techniques Dental Polishing Equipment and Materials Extraction Instruments and Materials Dental Handpieces Maintenance of Dental Equipment Homecare Products to Reduce the Accumulation of Plaque and Tartar (Calculus) Other Homecare Products, Which May Decrease the Accumulation of Plaque and/or Tartar When Used Properly Equipment and Materials for Advanced Dental Care Obturating the Canal College-Tipped Pliers to Handle the Paper and Gutta Percha Points Restorative Materials Used in Advanced Dental Procedures Advanced Periodontal and Oral Surgery Lasers Orthodontic Equipment and Materials Used in Advanced Dental Procedures Orthodontic Buttons and Masel Chain Elastics Further Reading 3. Oral Anatomy for the General Practitioner The Oral Cavity Mucosa Muscles Tongue Innervation of the Oral Cavity Blood Supply and Lymphatic Drainage Salivary Glands Periodontium Cranium Facium Maxillae and Mandibles Temporomandibular Joint Teeth Further Reading 4. Dental Radiography Incorporating Dental Radiography into General Practice Radiation Safety Radiograph Equipment Positioning Radiograph Image Troubleshooting Radiograph Interpretation Periodontal Disease Endodontic Disease External Root Resorption Further Reading 5. Charting Two-/Four-Handed Charting Step-By-Step Charting Periodontal Indices Dental Explorer Furcation Disease Charting Bleeding on Probing Gingivitis Index Tooth Mobility Crown Pathology Charting Abbreviations Therapy Abbreviations Further Reading 6. The Comprehensive Oral Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment Visit Comprehensive Oral Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment (COPAT) Case Volume Workflow Basic Treatment Options in Companion Animal Dentistry Plaque and Calculus Prevention Efficacy of Homecare Products The Veterinary Oral Health Council Efficacy Through Mechanical Action Efficacy Through Nonmechanical Action Efficacy Through Mechanical plus Nonmechanical Actions Safety of Homecare Products Gastrointestinal Inflammation Safety Against Tooth Fracture Scheduling the Next Professional Oral Hygiene Visit Further Reading 7. Oropharyngeal Inflammation Periodontal Diseases Clinical Periodontal Diseases Furcation Disease Tooth Mobility Periodontal Regeneration Guided Tissue Regeneration Mucositis - Inflammation of the Oral Mucosa Stomatitis Anti-Inflammatory Medication Surgical Management of FCGS Technique for Placement of Esophagostomy Feeding Tube in the Anesthetized Cat Flap Design, Procedure, and Closure Mandibular Canine Extraction Technique Hemisection and Restoration Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)-positive Cats with Feline Chronic Gingivitis Stomatitis Further Reading 8. Tooth Resorption Prevalence Etiology Terminology/Classification Classification by Anatomical Location - Internal and External Resorption Inflammatory External Resorption Classification by Radiographic Appearance (Types) Clinical Signs Clinical Examination Findings Radiographic Findings Treatment of Tooth Resorption Restoration Monitoring Without Immediate Care Crown/Root Atomization Tooth Extraction Crown Amputation with Intentional Partial Root Retention Followed by Gingival Closure Further Reading 9. Oral Trauma Anatomy and Physiology Crown Wear - Abrasion and Attrition The Traumatized Tooth Endodontic Therapy Age of the Patient Materials for Endodontic Therapy Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid (EDTA) Instruments for Endodontic Therapy Spatulas Fundamental Endodontic Procedures Standard (Conventional) Root Canal Therapy Rotary Debridement Crown Restoration Oral Cavity Trauma Principles of Jaw Fracture Repair Treatment Planning and Options Further Reading 10. Oral Masses Identification and Staging of Oral Tumors World Health Organization (WHO) Clinical Staging of Tumors of the Oral Cavity - Primary Tumor-Regional Nodes-Metastasis (TNM) System Neoplasia Nomenclature Tissue Sampling Surgical Options to Treat Neoplasia General Overview of Tumor Surgery Benign Neoplasia Osteomyelitis Odontoma Papilloma Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex Peripheral Odontogenic Fibroma Amyloid-Producing Odontogenic Tumor Traumatic Granulomas Feline Pyogenic Granuloma Oral Malignancy Squamous Cell Carcinoma Salivary Gland Pathology Further Reading 11. Occlusal Disorders, Extra Teeth, and Missing Teeth Angle Classification Malocclusion - Dental and Skeletal Skeletal Malocclusion Ethics of Performing Veterinary Orthodontic Care Interceptive Orthodontics Extraction of the Malpositioned Tooth Crown Reduction, Vital Pulp Therapy, and Tooth Restoration Moving Teeth Types of Forces Used to Move Teeth Instrumentation for Orthodontic Care Technique for Bracket Placement, Light Chemical Cementation, and Force Activation Orthodontic Appliances The Following are Steps of Orthodontic Therapy Using Appliances Materials and Methods to Create a Dental Study Model Obtaining the Impression Creating Arch Impressions Using Alginate Pouring the Stone Model Water: Powder Ratio Follow These Steps to Mix and Pour Stone The Following are Steps to Pour the Stone Mixture onto the Impression Preparing a Base for Each Cast To Separate the Cast from the Alginate Impression Trimming the Cast Lab Instructions and Shipping Inclined Planes Further Reading Glossary Index