Comprehensive dentistry /
Masahide Tsutsui, Teruko Tsutsui.
London ; Chicago : Quintessence Pub., c2008.
440 p. : col. ill.
1850971617 (hbk.), 9781850971610 (hbk.)
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London ; Chicago : Quintessence Pub., c2008.
1850971617 (hbk.)
9781850971610 (hbk.)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 440).
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Table of Contents
Diagnosis in Comprehensive Dentistryp. 9
Principles of Comprehensive Dentistryp. 10
Goal of Dental Care and the Systematization of Science of Occlusionp. 17
Comprehensive Diagnosis and Treatmentp. 27
Inflammation Control and Tooth-Unit Diagnosisp. 33
Comprehensive Diagnosis of Dentition-Unit Pathology and Treatment Goalsp. 41
Comprehensive Diagnosis of Occlusal-Unit Pathology and Treatment Goalsp. 54
Treatment Goals and Maintenance in Cases with Occlusal Collapsep. 57
Forces Affecting the Stomatognathic System and Their Controlp. 77
Forces in the Stomatognathic System and Occlusal Therapyp. 78
Examination and Diagnosis of Stomatognathic Functionsp. 83
Individual Differences and Jaw Functionsp. 89
Concepts of Biomechanics and Remodelingp. 95
Optimal Mandibular Positionp. 100
Discovering Functional Movements of the Mandible: Condylar Movementsp. 107
Discovering Functional Movements of the Mandible: Occlusal Movementsp. 113
Occlusal Morphology From the Viewpoint of Masticatory Movementsp. 127
Tight Occlusion Versus Loose Occlusionp. 131
Diagnosis and Management of Abfractionp. 136
Habits of Circumoral Muscles and Myofunctional Therapyp. 142
Relationship of Chewing Habits and Postural Habits to Occlusal Collapsep. 145
Pathologic Conditions Derived From Occlusionp. 157
Disc Displacement, Arthralgia, and Myalgiap. 168
Distortion of Face and Body and Psychologic Stressp. 190
Restorative Tooth Movementp. 203
Restorative Tooth Movementp. 204
Restoration of the Periodontal Environment: Mesiodistal and Buccolingual Tooth Movementp. 215
Restoration of the Periodontal Environment: Vertical Tooth Movementp. 224
Tooth Movement as a Part of Comprehensive Treatmentp. 232
Tooth Movement in the Presence of Occlusal Collapsep. 241
Inflammation Control and Establishment of Maintainable Periodontal Tissuep. 253
Diagnosis of Periodontal Diseases and Comprehensive Treatment Planningp. 254
Objective-Oriented Selection of Periodontal Surgery Proceduresp. 260
Construction of Maintainable Periodontal Tissuep. 270
Management of Furcation Involvementp. 276
Vertical Bony Defects and Regenerative Therapyp. 283
Improvement of Esthetics by Periodontal Plastic Surgeryp. 291
Tissue Reconstruction of Alveolar Ridge Defectsp. 300
Clinical Practice of Periodontal Prosthesesp. 313
Prosthetic Treatment and Improvement of the Oral Environmentp. 333
Prosthetic Treatment as a Replacement Therapyp. 334
Recovery of a Physiologic Dentogingival Complex and Estheticsp. 342
Provisional Restoration and the Dentogingival Complexp. 354
Crown Restoration and Preparation Finish Linep. 360
Role of Implants in Comprehensive Dentistryp. 370
Management of Peri-Implant Tissuep. 394
Functional Recovery and Stabilization of Partially Edentulous Dentitionsp. 406
Treatment Goals for Patients with Multiple Missing Teethp. 413
Referencesp. 440
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