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TOP 10

Here is a list of  10 favorite books for 2019!

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Esther M Wilkins

Clinical Practice Of The Dental Hygienist

 

Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist is the cornerstone text in almost every dental hygiene education program. Written by one of the preeminent voices in dental hygiene education, this text provides students and practitioners with the knowledge and skills for successful practice as a dental hygienist. This comprehensive book progresses through crucial topics in dental hygiene in a straightforward, outline format, making information easy to locate, understand, and reference. Following the standards for Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice, as set forth by the American Dental Hygienists Association, this eleventh edition has been revised to cover new technology as well as additional core concepts in the field, such as culturally sensitive communication and evidence-based practice. In addition, this new edition brings more focus on documentation as part of the dental hygiene profession.

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General And Oral Pathology For The Dental Hygienist

Fabulous pictures with great explanations.

03

Illustrated Anatomy of the Head and Neck

Easy to understand

 

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 Periodontology for the Dental Hygienist

Easy to read and understand.

05

Fundamentals Of Periodontal Instrumentation

Teaches 

 

 

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Oral Maxillofacial Pathology

Great pictures 

 

 

 

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Radiographic Interpretation For The Dental Hygienist

Dental X-rays

 

08

Dental Hygiene Theory and Practice

Easy to understand

09

Anatomy For Dental Medicine In Your Pocket

Easy to use

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General and Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist provides the information students need to develop an understanding of basic pathology and recognize the clinical manifestations of oral and systemic disease. In accordance with ADEA Curriculum Guidelines, which stress the recognition of oral disease based on clinical signs and symptoms, the oral pathology section is uniquely organized by distinct clinical/radio-graphic features of oral lesions to help students evaluate and categorize lesions according to appearance, emphasizing the concept of differential diagnosis. This edition features new Oral Medicine Considerations which highlight the relationship between oral and systemic disease, a stunning collection of art work with over 600 images, and a wide range of online resources, such as case studies and practice questions, that reinforce student learning.

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Illustrated Anatomy of the Head and Neck presents comprehensive coverage of all the information needed in the study of head and neck anatomy. It presents an understanding of anatomical parts and focal points for injection sites that are essential in the practice for dental professionals. Special emphasis is placed on such topics as anatomy of the temporomandibular joint, the spread of dental infection, and the anatomical basis of local anesthesia for pain control. Also includes flashcards for students who want to test their knowledge of basic anatomy and a new Evolve website offers a variety of study materials.

  • Each chapter features clinical photographs and high-quality line art.

  • High-quality illustrations, now in full color, clarify essential concepts.

  • Labeling exercises appear in each chapter to help students identify the different structures and test their knowledge of anatomy.

  • Each chapter features multiple-choice review questions that can be used by the instructor for testing or by the student for self-study.

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PERIODONTOLOGY FOR THE DENTAL HYGIENIST covers all aspects of periodontology, from the history of its study, to client assessment, to therapeutic and surgical approaches. The bulk of information is organized to be directly applicable to what hygienists will need to know to treat clients effectively. Also included is discussion of how periodontal conditions relate to general health and systemic factors. Now in full color, the detail and attractiveness of the content keep it ahead of its competition. Students of dental hygiene will find this book their cornerstone of periodontology, while practicing dental hygienists will find Periodontology for the Dental Hygienist an invaluable reference source.

  • Text is focused to specifically target the topics taught in periodontics courses in dental hygienist programs.

  • Dental terminology is clearly explained and introduced in the initial stages of each chapter to better acclimate students to their usage and mastery.

  • Tables and boxes present information in a clear and tidy manner to facilitate learning new concepts.

  • Learning outcomes introduced in the initial stages of each chapter guide students toward clear goals and allow them to focus effort on the most important aspects of the content.

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The seventh edition of Peridontal Instrumentationand Advanced Root Instrumentation continues in the tradition of bringing faculty and students everything they need to understand instrumentation and put knowledge into practice. Taking a highly visual, step-by-step approach, this title is an easy-to-use guide to learning this crucial component of dental hygiene. No other text offers such an array of features and topics, all presented by one of the most well-known authors in the dental hygiene field.This new edition combines a focus on currency, with updated content to reflect new technologies and regulations in this field, as well as coupling the text with the robust and valuable ancillaries you have come to expect from Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins' dental hygiene products.Covering all necessary topics, this edition also features detailed information on:--Design and use of advanced periodontal instruments--Advanced instrumentation techniques-'m a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.

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 Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, 4th Edition provides state-of-the-art information on the wide variety of diseases that may affect the oral and maxillofacial region. Over 1,400 radiographs and full-color clinical photos ― that’s more than any other reference ― bring pathologies and conditions to life. New to this edition is coverage of the latest advances in diagnosis and disease management, plus topics such as hereditary dental anomalies and oral lesions associated with cosmetic fillers. Written by well-known oral pathology educators Brad Neville, Douglas Damm, Carl Allen, and Angela Chi, this market leader is your go-to reference for the care of patients with oral disease!

  • Comprehensive contemporary overview of oral and maxillofacial pathology includes a brief description of each individual lesion or pathologic condition and the kind of pathologic process that it represents, followed by a discussion of its clinical and/or radiographic presentation, histopathologic features, and its treatment and prognosis.

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This highly organized textbook provides the reader with a comprehensive reference source on the interpretation of dental radiographs. Includes such features as a logical step-by-step approach to interpretation, excellent illustrations, numerous line drawings as well as outstanding radiograph reproductions, and quiz questions, key words, and objectives in every chapter. Unique chapters on the importance of dental radiographs and interpretation, descriptive terminology, periodontal disease, and caries are included.

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Dental Hygiene Theory and Practice is easy-to-understand with coverage of the dental hygienist’s roles and responsibilities in today’s practice. It offers a clear approach to science and theory, a step-by-step guide to core dental hygiene procedures, and realistic scenarios to help you develop skills in decision-making. New chapters and content focus on evidence-based practice, palliative care, professional issues, and the electronic health record. Written by Michele Leonardi Darby, Margaret M. Walsh, and a veritable Who’s Who of expert contributors, Dental Hygiene follows the Human Needs Conceptual Model with a focus on client-centered care that takes the entire person into consideration.

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Anatomy for Dental Medicine in Your Pocket by Eric Baker and Johanna Warshaw is based on Professor Baker's award-winning textbook Anatomy for Dental Medicine and the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher. The book is organized into 13 chapters covering the skull, the vertebral column, the brain and spinal cord, the neck, the face, temporal and infratemporal fossae, the oral cavity, the nasal cavity, the pharynx and larynx, the orbit, the ear, lymphatics, and potential spaces and the spread of infection. The format is conducive to helping dental students assimilate complex anatomy and anatomical relationships into practical dentistry.