Endo-periodontal Lesions

Endo-periodontal Lesions

Autor: Foce, Edoardo
810,00 kn
Foce, Edoardo

Endo-periodontal Lesions

1st edition 2011
Buch
Hardcover, 148 Seiten, 853 Abbildungen (farbig)
Sprache: Englisch
Fachgebiete: Endodontie, Parodontologie
Best.-Nr.: 18241
ISBN 978-1-85097-210-5
Quintessence Publishing, Italien

Price: 108.00 €

Endodontic and periodontal lesions can manifest identical symptoms despite originating from separate pathogens, and traditional classification has reinforced etiological imprecision in both diagnosis and treatment.

Supported by a thorough analysis of the diagnostic, etiopathogenic, and clinical factors, the author of this succinct book proposes new terminology and a simplified classification of endo-periodontal lesions that shed light on an ambiguous pathologic situation that is often misinterpreted in clinical practice. Step-by-step, the reader is guided through a systematic differential diagnosis in order to distinguish the signs and symptoms arising from each etiology that determine how to proceed with appropriate treatment.

The author presents an interdisciplinary approach to treatment planning as well as predictable clinical protocols to ensure success in treatment. Abundant case documentation illustrates the close connection between the dental pulp and the periodontium and shows the variety of clinical situations in which this dual-natured pathology can present.
Naslov Endo-periodontal Lesions
Autor Foce, Edoardo
Vrsta Endodontics
Datum objave Oct 18, 2017
Foce, Edoardo

Endo-periodontal Lesions

1st edition 2011
Buch
Hardcover, 148 Seiten, 853 Abbildungen (farbig)
Sprache: Englisch
Fachgebiete: Endodontie, Parodontologie
Best.-Nr.: 18241
ISBN 978-1-85097-210-5
Quintessence Publishing, Italien

Price: 108.00 €

Endodontic and periodontal lesions can manifest identical symptoms despite originating from separate pathogens, and traditional classification has reinforced etiological imprecision in both diagnosis and treatment.

Supported by a thorough analysis of the diagnostic, etiopathogenic, and clinical factors, the author of this succinct book proposes new terminology and a simplified classification of endo-periodontal lesions that shed light on an ambiguous pathologic situation that is often misinterpreted in clinical practice. Step-by-step, the reader is guided through a systematic differential diagnosis in order to distinguish the signs and symptoms arising from each etiology that determine how to proceed with appropriate treatment.

The author presents an interdisciplinary approach to treatment planning as well as predictable clinical protocols to ensure success in treatment. Abundant case documentation illustrates the close connection between the dental pulp and the periodontium and shows the variety of clinical situations in which this dual-natured pathology can present.