Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry: A Contemporary Approach by James B. Summitt, J. William Robbins, Thomas J. Hilton,

By James B. Summitt, J. William Robbins, Thomas J. Hilton, Richard S. Schwartz, Jose Dos Santos Jr.

Exclusive via the authors powerful dedication to conservative dentistry, this revised textbook combines confirmed tools with the most recent medical advancements in preventive and restorative dentistry. Chapters on teeth and dentin adhesion and on resin composite restorations were considerably revised to include the most recent facts, and up to date reference lists advertise extra research into the latest evidence-based learn. present techniques in caries administration and remineralization are mentioned, as is upkeep of pulpal overall healthiness. scholars, educators, and practitioners alike will locate this article a beneficial source for selecting one of the widening diversity of remedy options.

Table of Contents

1. Biologic concerns - Jerry W. Nicholson

2. sufferer overview and Problem-Oriented remedy making plans -
William F. Rose, Jr, Carl W. Haveman, and Richard D. Davis

3. Esthetic concerns in analysis and therapy making plans -
J. William Robbins

4. Caries administration: prognosis and remedy concepts -
J. Peter van Amerongen, Cor van Loveren, and Edwina A. M. Kidd

5. Pulpal issues -
Thomas J. Hilton and James B. Summitt

6. Nomenclature and Instrumentation -
James B. Summitt

7. box Isolation -
James B. Summitt

8. Bonding to tooth and Dentin -
Bart Van Meerbeek, Kirsten Van Landuyt, Jan De Munck, Satoshi Inoue, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Jorge Perdigão, Paul Lambrechts, and Marleen Peumans

9. Direct Anterior Restorations -
David F. Murchison, Joost Roeters, Marcos A. Vargas, and Daniel C. N. Chan

10. Direct Posterior Esthetic Restorations -
Thomas J. Hilton and James C. Broome

11. Amalgam Restorations -
J. D. Overton, James B. Summitt, and John W. Osborne

12. analysis and remedy of Root Caries -
Michael A. Cochran and Bruce A. Matis

13. Fluoride-Releasing fabrics -
John O. Burgess and Xiaoming Xu

14. classification five Restorations -
J. D. Overton, Mark L. LittleStar, and Clifford B. Starr

15. average enamel Bleaching -
Van B. Haywood and Thomas G. Berry

16. Porcelain Veneers -
Jeffrey S. Rouse and J. William Robbins

17. Anterior Ceramic Crowns -
Jeffrey S. Rouse

18. Esthetic Inlays and Onlays -
J. William Robbins and Dennis J. Fasbinder

19. Cast-Gold Restorations -
Patrice P. Fan and Thomas G. Berry

20. recovery of Endodontically handled tooth -
J. William Robbins

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36 Salivary gland tumor; the biopsy showed a mucoepidermoid carcinoma Clinical Aspects Usually a slowly growing, firm-elastic fibromalike swelling, sometimes of cystic consistency, of the oral mucosa, being asymptomatic otherwise. Sites of preference are the palate, particularly at the junction of the hard and soft palate (see also Chap. 6), the upper lip and, rarely, the buccal mucosa and the floor of the mouth (see also Chap. 3) (Fig. 36). The percentage of occurrence in all salivary glands is as follows: Parotid gl.

76 Lichen planus of the tongue, reticular type Fig. 78 Lichen planus, partly erosive/ulcerative and partly plaque type Fig. 77 Erosive lichen planus of the gingiva of predilection. Occurrence in the floor of the mouth and the palate is rare. Particularly the erythematous type may cause symptoms, such as pain and, in case of gingival involvement, severe bleeding during toothbrushing. Patients affected by oral lichen planus usually do not tolerate spicy food. When the gums are involved, patients may complain about the esthetic aspect of their gums.

Another cause of melanin pigmentation consists of excessive smoking habits (smokers’ melanosis), particularly in the anterior part of the mouth but also on the buccal mucosa. After cessation of the smoking habits, the pigmentation will disappear in some months (Fig. 107). , hydroxychloroquine, particularly on the palate (Fig. 108); it is a harmless phenomenon, and there is no need to change the medication. Adrenal insufficiency, as is the case in Addison disease, may result in generalized brownish discoloration of the skin and mucosas; when treating the underlying disease, the discoloration will disappear in a matter of a few months (Fig.

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