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Dental Laboratory Prosthodontics By Monica Johnson
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Area Dental Laboratory Prosthodontics Service an educational textbook created by the Headquaters, Department of The United States Army. This text book includes illustrations and has 23 pages. The... More > book covers training on fixed and removable prosthodontics.< Less
Dental Laboratory Prosthodontics By Monica Johnson
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Area Dental Laboratory Prosthodontics Service an educational textbook created by the Headquaters, Department of The United States Army. This text book includes illustrations and has 23 pages. The... More > book covers training on fixed and removable prosthodontics.< Less
Principles of Medical and Dental Lasers By Rene Franzen
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This book is especially written for physicians and dentists who are new to the exciting field of lasers. It will give you a good reference for the physical and biophysical part of laser medicine and... More > dentistry. It may also serve you well as a reference and study material in a fellowship or master's program. There are many books about lasers and laser physics, but these are written by physicists for physicists - and they generally do not address the specific knowledge a doctor needs to be aware of when it comes to laser-tissue-interaction. In this book, I want to cut to the chase. I will give you the background information you need when new to the field of laser medicine or laser dentistry: Your laser: what is that thing you just bought or are considering to use? How does absorption, scattering and transmission in biological tissues take place? On what parameters do the clinical effects depend? How can a laser be used as a minimally invasive tool in modern medicine?< Less
Principles of Medical and Dental Lasers: An Introduction to Laser Medicine and Laser Dentistry By Rene Franzen
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This book is especially written for physicians and dentists who are new to the exciting field of lasers. It will give you a good reference for the physical and biophysical part of laser medicine and... More > dentistry. It may also serve you well as a reference and study material in a fellowship or master's program. There are many books about lasers and laser physics, but these are written by physicists for physicists - and they generally do not address the specific knowledge a doctor needs to be aware of when it comes to laser-tissue-interaction. In this book, I want to cut to the chase. I will give you the background information you need when new to the field of laser medicine or laser dentistry: Your laser: what is that thing you just bought or are considering to use? How does absorption, scattering and transmission in biological tissues take place? On what parameters do the clinical effects depend? How can a laser be used as a minimally invasive tool in modern medicine?< Less
Discussions, on Treatment of TMJ Disorders, Orofacial Pain, & Dysfunction, TMD Secondary Headaches, Dental Sleep Medicine By Maurice Vahedifar, D.M.D., M.S.
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Temporomandibular disorders are defined as a subgroup of craniofacial pain problems that involve the TMJ, masticatory muscles, and associated head and neck musculoskeletal structures. pain, limited... More > or asymmetric mandibular motion, and TMJ sounds. The pain or discomfort .is often localized to the jaw, TMJ, and muscles of mastication. Common associated symptoms include ear pain and stuffiness, tinnitus, dizziness, neck pain, and headache. In some cases, the onset is acute and symptoms are mild and self-limiting. In other patients, a chronic temporomandibular disorder develops, with persistent pain and physical, behavioral, psychological, and psychosocial symptoms similar to those of patients with chronic pain syndromes in other areas of the body (e.g., arthritis, low back pain, chronic headache, fibromyalgia, and chronic regional pain.< Less
Discussions On Treatment of TMJ Disorders, Orofacial Pain, & Dysfunction, TMD Secondary Headaches, Dental Sleep Medicine By Maurice Vahedifar, D.M.D., M.S.
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Temporomandibular disorders are defined as a subgroup of craniofacial pain problems that involve the TMJ, masticatory muscles, and associated head and neck musculoskeletal structures. Patients with... More > temporomandibular disorders most frequently present with pain, limited or asymmetric mandibular motion, and TMJ sounds. The pain or discomfort is often localized to the jaw, TMJ, and muscles of mastication. Common associated symptoms include ear pain and stuffiness, tinnitus, dizziness, neck pain, and headache. In some cases, the onset is acute and symptoms are mild and self-limiting. In other patients, a chronic temporomandibular disorder develops, with persistent pain and physical, behavioral, psychological, and psychosocial symptoms similar to those of patients with chronic pain syndromes in other areas of the body (e.g., arthritis, low back pain, chronic headache, fibromyalgia, and chronic regional pain syndrome), all requiring a coordinated interdisciplinary diagnostic and treatment approach.< Less
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects By Weston A. Price
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Well before his time, Weston Price observed the dangers of modern processed food. Rather that study the unhealthy, Price studied the healthy and produced his theory on the nutrition that results in... More > optimal health.< Less
Physico-mechanical Properties of Restorative Biomaterials: Theories and Experiments By George Toworfe, PhD
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Clinical usage of biomaterials became practical during the advent of aseptic surgical techniques. Earlier medical procedures involving usage of biomaterials were generally unsuccessful due to... More > infections and rejection by the host tissues. Problems associated with infections were exacerbated due to biocompatibility issues. Many biomedically engineered bone plates (biomaterials) failed as a result of lack of sophistication in their mechanical designs, since they were thin and were characterized by stress concentrations at vertices (if any). Experimental data discussed in this book analyses the characteristic properties of some of these biomaterials. Some of the theories, principles and their applications that are discussed in this book include the kinetics and theory of shrinkage; the phenomena and theory associated with thermal behaviour of materials and the models and viscoelastic theories. Chapter 6 outlines and discusses experimentally, the viscoelastic characteristic of human dentine.< Less
Physico-mechanical Properties of Restorative Biomaterials: Theories and Experiments By George Toworfe, PhD
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Clinical usage of biomaterials became practical during the advent of aseptic surgical techniques. Earlier medical procedures involving usage of biomaterials were generally unsuccessful due to... More > infections and rejection by the host tissues. Problems associated with infections were exacerbated due to biocompatibility issues. Many biomedically engineered bone plates (biomaterials) failed as a result of lack of sophistication in their mechanical designs, since they were thin and were characterized by stress concentrations at vertices (if any). Experimental data discussed in this book analyses the characteristic properties of some of these biomaterials. Some of the theories, principles and their applications that are discussed in this book include the kinetics and theory of shrinkage; the phenomena and theory associated with thermal behaviour of materials and the models and viscoelastic theories. Chapter 6 outlines and discusses experimentally, the viscoelastic characteristic of human dentine.< Less
Human Anatomy & Physiology Mnemonics By Examville Staff
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Learn and review on the go! Use Quick Review Anatomy & Physiology notes to help you learn or brush up on the subject quickly. You can use the review notes as a reference, to understand the... More > subject better and improve your grades. Perfect for all premed, nursing and dental students plus anyone preparing for standardized tests such as the MCAT, NCLEX, DAT or USMLE.< Less