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Missing Teeth: A Guide to Treatment Options

Key Features

  • Presents an integrated approach to the treatment of the partially edentulate patient, covering all the treatment options available.
  • Helps the reader develop treatment planning skills necessary for approaching complex cases and managing patients.
  • Covers fixed, removable, and implant-supported options for treatment all in one book.
  • Treatment planning sections are enhanced by flow diagrams and illustrated case histories.
  • Medico-legal implications of treatment are addressed.
  • Full-color illustrations throughout the book clarify important concepts.

Table of Contents

1. Information gathering 2. What do we do with the information – decision making 3. Fixed prosthodontic options 4. Considerations for removable prostheses 5. Implant options 6. Case histories

Author Information

By J. Fraser McCord, DDS, BDS, RCS, (Edin.), C BIOL MI BIOI; Alan A Grant, DDSc, MSc, FRACDS, Professor of Restorative Dentistry, University of Manchester; Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Manchester Central Hospitals and Community Care NHS Trust; External Examiner to the Universities of London and of Wales, The Institute of Dental; and Roger Watson, Professor of Dental Prosthetics, Guy's, King's and St. Thomas's Dental Institute, Kings College, London, UK