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Interceptive Orthodontics: A Practical Guide to Occlusal Management

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Identify problems and introduce solutions early for an ideal aesthetic result

Interceptive Orthodontics: A Practical Guide to Occlusal Management aims to guide the practitioner in the art of interceptive management of the developing dentition. The goal is to guide the permanent dentition into the line of the dental arches, avoiding complex orthodontic treatment for teeth displaced far from their ideal position, and thereby reducing orthodontic treatment time. This book covers growth of the jaws and tooth development, and explains the correct timing of interceptive management. It also discusses orthodontic assessment, special investigations and comprehensive management of the mixed dentition, taking in the issues of early crowding, impaction, supernumerary and supplemental teeth, dental arch expansion, space maintenance and space management. In line with best available evidence, it provides clear treatment objectives and detailed treatment planning advice.

Practical, accessible and illustrated with a wealth of colour images, this is an ideal clinical companion for general dental practitioners, oral surgeons, paediatric dentists and orthodontists. It is also a valuable reference for all training grades.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780470656211
ISBN-10: 0470656212
Pagini: 88
Dimensiuni: 166 x 247 x 5 mm
Greutate: 0.21 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Chichester, United Kingdom

Public țintă

General dental practitioners, orthodontic trainees, specialist orthodontists

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Identify problems and introduce solutions early for an ideal aesthetic result

Interceptive Orthodontics: A Practical Guide to Occlusal Management aims to guide the practitioner in the art of interceptive management of the developing dentition. The goal is to guide the permanent dentition into the line of the dental arches, avoiding complex orthodontic treatment for teeth displaced far from their ideal position, and thereby reducing orthodontic treatment time. This book covers growth of the jaws and tooth development, and explains the correct timing of interceptive management. It also discusses orthodontic assessment, special investigations and comprehensive management of the mixed dentition, taking in the issues of early crowding, impaction, supernumerary and supplemental teeth, dental arch expansion, space maintenance and space management. In line with best available evidence, it provides clear treatment objectives and detailed treatment planning advice.

Practical, accessible and illustrated with a wealth of colour images, this is an ideal clinical companion for general dental practitioners, oral surgeons, paediatric dentists and orthodontists. It is also a valuable reference for all training grades.

Cuprins

Preface vii
1 Introduction 1
What do we know about growth? 1
Growth and development of the jaws 2
2 Recognising the problem 9
Is an attractive smile important? 9
3 Investigations 15
Radiographs 15
Cone–beam computed tomography 17
Study models 23
Photographs 24
What is the scope of orthodontic change? 24
4 Managing the developing occlusion 29
Thumb/finger sucking 29
Crowding of the permanent lateral incisors 32
Serial extraction: a modern approach 39
The unerupted central incisor 42
Submerging deciduous second molars 45
Fusion, gemination and morphology issues 47
Upper labial fraenum 48
Leeway space and the use of intraoral anchorage arches 50
Sagittal problems: Class II 51
Sagittal problems: Class III 59
Ectopic and impacted teeth 62
Missing teeth 65
Index 75

Notă biografică

Mr. Joseph H. Noar is a Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Orthodontic Unit at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London, UK. He qualified in Dentistry at the University of Manchester in 1981, completed his postgraduate specialist orthodontic training at the Eastman Dental Institute in 1988, and was appointed to his current post in 1993. Mr Noar is first and foremost a clinician but has always been involved in orthodontic research and the development of the specialty in the UK. He lectures nationally and internationally, has published widely and teaches on the postgraduate orthodontic training program at the Eastman Dental Institute. He has served the British Orthodontic Society in various capacities for many years.