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Color Atlas of Endodontics

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By William T. Johnson, DDS, MS, The University of Iowa College of Dentistry, Iowa City, IA

Book Info
Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City. Atlas provides the clinician with current information on common clinical treatment techniques in the practice of endodontics. Emphasis is placed on presenting concepts facilitating the process of applying existing knowledge to the clinical problems in daily practice. High-quality color illustrations are included. DNLM: Endodontics--Atlases.

Book Description
Color Atlas of Endodontics is a comprehensive resource that presents all aspects of endodontics, both surgical and nonsurgical. The very latest materials and methods used in providing endodontic treatment are explained thoroughly and effectively in the text and are highlighted visually through the generous use of illustrations, many in full-color. Key topics include diagnosis, access, working length determination, instrumentation, obturation, retreatment of failed nonsurgical cases, flap design, root-end resection, root end filling, post and core techniques, and core placement. Due to increased demand for endodontic treatment as a method for retaining teeth that would otherwise be extracted, general practitioners and endodontists are faced with not only the increased need, but more difficult cases. The specialty of endodontics is unique among the dental specialties requiring the successful clinician to integrate knowledge of many areas, including anatomy and morphology, histopathology, pharmacology, and microbiology.