INDIRECT RESTORATIONS IN DENTAL PRACTICE, 2E
Indirect Restorations in Dental Practice was conceived with the objective to help professional colleagues mastering clinical manifestations of indirect restorations.
Indirect Restorations in Dental Practice was conceived with the objective to help professional colleagues mastering clinical manifestations of indirect restorations. The book contains comprehensive text covering all aspects of indirect restorations, viz. post and cores, inlays and onlays, full and partial veneer crowns, laminates along with principles of tooth preparation, failures and management, and also clinical manifestations of placing indirect restorations. The book contains more than 300 color photographs and line diagrams depicting clinical features at depth. The important points in the text are highlighted in the boxes for making a quick review. Special emphasis has been given to the clinical aspects of occlusion, luting agents and the impression materials. Esthetics being an integral part of restorative dentistry, the chapter on shade matching and its implications, being of clinical importance, has been exhaustively described. The text has been kept simple and lucid to help students, teachers and the general practitioner understand the subject easily. The book will be an asset for the students.
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