The third edition of Textbook of Orthodontics is a fully updated, comprehensive and highly illustrated resource incorporating new information on the subject.
New and updated information on topics such as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and digital models has been added, and the majority of chapters have been reorganised to present the subject matter in a clear and logical way.
Extensive chapters on treatment methodology are presented with case reports to illustrate the results of various treatment modalities currently being practised.
The chapter on cleft lip and palate has been revised to increase awareness amongst trainee dentists, in order to provide better care for those suffering with the disorder.
The quality and quantity of the photographs has been increased, with nearly 1500 full colour images, 228 illustrations, and an accompanying DVD. Almost every element of text is accompanied by some form of illustration, making this edition ofTextbook of Orthodontics a highly visual and easy-to-understand resource for undergraduates and trainees.
- Highly illustrated with over 1700 images, illustrations and tables
- Accompanying DVD-Rom
- Previouseditionpublished 2008
Gurkeerat Singh BDS MDS (Ortho)M Orth (RCS London & RCPS Glasgow)FWFO (USA) FPFA (USA) FCIP FAGE
Professor and Head, Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Sudha Rustagi College of Dental Sciences and Research, Faridabad, Haryana, India
Section 1: Normal Growth 1. Introduction to Orthodontics 2. Basic Principles of Growth 4. Postnatal Growth of the Craniofacial Complex 5. Development of Dentition 6. Occlusion in Orthodontics Section 2: Diagnosis 7. Diagnostic Aids: Case History and Clinical Examination 8. Orthodontic Study Models 9. Cephalometrics: Landmarks and Analyses 10. Diagnostic Radiographs and Photographs 11.Maturity Indicators 12. Computerized Diagnostic Systems 13. Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics 14. Classification of Malocclusion 15. Etiology of Malocclusion: Classification 16. Etiology of Malocclusion: General Factors 17. Etiology of Malocclusion: Local Factors 18. Dental Public Health Aspects of Orthodontics Section 3: Treatment Planning 19. Formulation of Treatment Plan 20. Biology of Tooth Movement 21. Mechanics of Tooth Movement 22. Methods of Gaining Space 23. Anchorage in Orthodontics 24. Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics 25. Surgical Procedures in Orthodontics 26. Orthognathic Surgery 27. Implants to Miniscrews 28. Genetics in Orthodontics 29. Detrimental Effects of Orthodontics Treatment Section 4: Orthodontic Materials 30. Material Used in Orthodontics: Introduction and Archwire Materials 31. Bracket Material and Auxiliary Force Delivery Systems 32. Impression Materials 33. Luting Materials 34. Adhesion Promoters and Bonding Materials 35. Orthodontic Instruments 36. Sterilization in Orthodontics Section 5: Orthodontic Appliances 37. Orthodontic Appliances: An Introduction 38. Removable Orthodontic Appliances 39. Fixed Orthodontic Appliances 40. The Edgewise Appliance 41. The Begg Appliance 42. The Preadjusted Edgewise Appliance 43. The Tip Edge Appliance 44. Lingual Orthodontics 45. Orthopedic Appliances 46. Functional Appliances Section 6: Management of Malocclusion 47. Preventive Orthodontic Procedures 48. Interceptive Orthodontic Procedures 49. Oral Habits and their Management 50. Etiology and Management of Class I Malocclusion 51. Etiology and Management of Class II Malocclusion 52. Etiology and Management of Class III Malocclusion 53. Correction of Midline Diastema 54. Management of Open Bite 55. Management of Cross 56. Orthodontics for Adults 57. Management of Cleft Lip and Palate Index
DVD Content 1. Bracket bonding 2. Molar banding 3. CT scan video imaging of impacted canine 4. Soft tissue diode laser-assisted crown lengthening followed by bracket bonding