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Paediatric Dentistry

Fifth Edition

Edited by Richard Welbury, Monty S. Duggal, and Marie Thérèse Hosey

April 2018

ISBN: 9780198789277

408 pages
Paperback
276x219mm

In Stock

Price: £53.00

The fifth edition of Paediatric Dentistry is a comprehensive textbook for students and practising clinicians on theoretical and practical aspects of the field.

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The fifth edition of Paediatric Dentistry is a comprehensive textbook for students and practising clinicians on theoretical and practical aspects of the field.

  • Teaches a child-centred approach to dentistry with practical advice for dealing with children in a clinical setting
  • A highly illustrated guide with over 650 illustrations and full colour images
  • Key clinical procedures are supported by step-by-step illustrations

New to this edition

  • Each chapter contains up-to-date further reading and key reference sources
  • Paediatric oral medicine and oral surgery are now discussed to prepare the reader for the comprehensive role they might play in protecting the health and wellbeing of the child

About the Author(s)

Edited by Richard Welbury, Professor of Paediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Monty S. Duggal, Hon. Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, Division of Child Dental Health, Leeds Dental Institute, Clarendon Way, Leeds, UK, and Marie Thérèse Hosey, Head of Paediatric Dentistry, King's College London Dental Institute, King's College London, UK

Professor Richard Welbury graduated BDS (Hons) (1978), MB BS (1984), and PhD (1989) from University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Appointments: 1991-2001 Consultant/Senior Clinical Lecturer, Dental School, Newcastle upon Tyne; 2001-2015 Professor of Paediatric Dentistry and Director of Dental PG Education Glasgow University; 2015 - Professor of Paediatric Dentistry and Research Lead, Dental School, University of Central Lancashire Published over 200 scientific articles, 12 book chapters and is co-author of five textbooks. President of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (2001-2002), President of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (2006-2008) and Dean of the Dental Faculty of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (2013-2016).

Monty S. Duggal is an Honorary Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at the Division of Child Dental Health, Leeds Dental Institute, Clarendon Way, Leeds, UK

Marie Thérèse Hosey completed her speciality training in Birmingham and was a Reader in Paediatric Dentistry in the University of Glasgow before joining King's College London in 2008. She has contributed to six dental and medical textbooks and is an Editor of four. She has examined at all levels both at home and abroad. She is one of the few UK dentists to have trained in anaesthesia. Her research interests are the pharmacological and behavioural management of anxious children, especially this who need general anaesthesia, and children with clefts. She has had research funding, mainly for phase II and III randomised controlled clinical trials, from the NIHR and the Scottish Chief Scientist office. She has an international reputation as both a researcher and as a speaker.

Table of Contents

    1: Craniofacial growth and development, Toby Gillgrass and Richard Welbury
    2: Introduction to dental surgery, Barbara Chadwick and Anthony Blinkhorn
    3: Risk assessment, Helen Rodd and Fiona Gilchrist
    4: Safeguarding, Jenny Harris and Richard Welbury
    5: Pain and anxiety, Marie Therese Hosey, Liege Lourenco-Matharu and Graham Roberts
    6: Local anaesthesia, Guy Jackson and John Meechan
    7: Diagnosis and prevention, Chris Deery and Jack Toumba
    8: Caries in pre-school child, Stephen Fayle and Pathanjali Kandiah
    9: Operative treatment of dental caries in primary, Monty Duggal and Peter Day
    10: Operative treatment of dental caries in young permanent, Jackie Smallridge and Sondos Albadri
    11: Advanced restorative dentistry, Nicky Kilpatrick and Lucy Burbridge
    12: Periodontal disease in children, Peter Heasman and Paula Waterhouse
    13: Traumatic injuries to the teeth, Richard Welbury, Monty Duggal, John Whitworth and Simon Stone
    14: Anomalies of tooth formation and eruption, Susan Parekh, Kathryn Harley, and Agnes Bloch-Zupan
    15: The paedontic/orthodontic interface, Toby Gillgrass and Alex Keightley
    16: Oral pathology and oral surgery, Alexander Crighton and John Meechan
    17: Medical disability, Marie Therese Hosey and Richard Welbury
    18: Childhood impairment and disability, June Nunn and Graeme Wright

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