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  1. 1. Dental Books Copies Collection Item Year Edition Author Pages Available price Book Description Oral Surgery 1.Atlas of minor oral surgery 1999 2nd edition 144 Colored 100 quot;Principles and practicequot; By EGP Minor oral surgery comprises those surgical operations that can comfortably be completed by a David black and 75 practiced non-specialist dentist in not more than 30 McGowan white EGP minutes under local anesthesia. From his many years of clinical teaching experience, the author outlines those principles essential to effective decision-making, preparation and procedure, and relates those principles to common surgical practice. 2007 1st edition Colored 200 2.Oral Surgery By 383 EGP This book covers a wide range of topics in oral surgery with detailed, step-by-step analysis of Fragiskos D. black and 150 surgical techniques, with many examples. Various white EGP aspects of surgical techniques, such as the instruments and materials used in oral surgery, types of flaps and suturing techniques, radiographic techniques, complications and treatment, odontogenic infections, and the latest scientific information concerning preventive and therapeutic use of antibiotics in dentistry, are analyzed, together with figures which are of excellent quality, make this book a necessary practical guide for both the inexperienced and experienced dentist. 3.Oral and maxillofacial surgery an objective based 2001 By 282 Colored 200 This textbook of oral and maxillofacial surgery is text book Jonathan EGP directed at dentists in training and newly qualified practitioners. The book aims to provide the Pedlar John W. black and 150 theoretical background to a range of common Frame white EGP procedures to assist in the DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS required in diagnosis, treatment planning,
  2. 2. and active surgical and postoperative management. 4.Understanding Craniofacial Anomalies 2002 By 560 Black and 250 Mark P. white EGP This comprehensive textbook, provides answers to challenges in the diagnosis and treatment of Mooney, craniofacial anomalies. Organized in a logical, Michael I. easy–to–follow structure, this reference reviews and Siegel presents cutting–edge findings, covering the state of the art in craniosynostosis and facial clefting from molecular, genetic, cellular, tissue, organismic, and populations levels. Using standardized nomenclature and consistent terminology, Understanding Craniofacial Anomalies incorporates the recent explosion of growth in studying genetic and epigenetic etiologies of syndromes, thereby providing a unique and holistic review of this important topic. 5.Craniomaxillofacial Reconstructive and 2002 By Black and 300 Corrective Bone Surgery Alex M. 808 white EGP This advanced textbook of rigid fixation of the bones of the skull, face and jaws covers such topics Greenberg, as reconstruction and aesthetic considerations. The Joachim Prein book will permit the reader to gain a complete appreciation of the broad spectrum of problems in the craniomaxillofacial region. Reconstruction of bone defects related to trauma and tumors are covered. In addition there is comprehensive coverage of corrective bone surgery for developmental and congenital craniomaxillofacial deformities integrating hard and soft tissue reconstruction with dental implant prosthetics. 6.Ellis, Surgical approaches to the facial skeleton 2005 2nd edition 181 Colored 100 By EGP Featuring over 400 full-color surgical photographs and drawings, this text/atlas is a step-by-step guide Edward Ellis to the surgical approaches used to expose the facial Michael F. skeleton. The authors describe in detail the key Zide anatomic structures and the technical aspects of each approach, so that the surgeon can safely gain
  3. 3. access to the region of the craniofacial skeleton requiring surgery. This Second Edition includes full-color intra operative photographs that complement the surgical drawings. 7.Facial Trauma 2004 1st edition 491 Black and 200 By white EGP From automobile accidents to sports injuries, this reference covers severe lacerations of the facial skin W. Scott to extreme injuries of the underlying skeleton, nasal McDonald and oral lining, and dental structures-offering a Seth R. Thaller multidisciplinary and hands-on approach to the management, reconstruction, and restoration of a wide variety of soft tissue wounds and fractures of the face in both children and adults. 8.Facial Plastic Reconstructive and Trauma Surgery 2003 By 1076 Black and 400 This comprehensive multi-author book provides an DOLAN white EGP educational resource for medical practitioners in training. The multidisciplinary text includes 27 chapters written by expert contributors and provides a practical review of all aspects of facial surgery: basic knowledge; reconstructive surgery for congenital, traumatic, and postsurgical facial and neck defects; evaluation and management of the traumatized patient; and cosmetic surgery. Each chapter provides basic knowledge together with more comprehensive information and advanced concepts. The text is generously illustrated in black and white and includes more than 700 figures, tables, glossaries, and photographs. 9.Key Topics in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 1997 1st edition 449 Black and 200 By white EGP This book selects widely from the range of conditions managed by and operations performed Keith Riden by maxillofacial surgeons. The scientific aspects underlying the diagnoses are presented and a comprehensive plan of surgical management is offered for patients with the conditions discussed. This book is an ideal revision source for trainees taking postgraduate examinations in this area.
  4. 4. 10.Principles_of_Oral_and_Maxilofacial_Surgery l 2001 5th edition 285 Black and 150 Since the first edition was published over thirty years ago, this book has become the established white EGP introductory textbook for dental students, valued for its accessible, reader-friendly style and absence of superfluous detail. The fourth edition was published in 1991. The new edition has been updated to reflect advances in the specialty, including implants, anxiety management and the management of traumatic injuries, tumours and facial deformities. 11.Textbook for General and Oral Surgery 2003 By 336 Colored 200 David Wray, EGP David Black and 150 white EGP 12.Introducing Dental implants 2003 By 167 Colored 100 An introduction to dental implants for senior dental John Hobkirk, EGP students and recently qualified dentists, this text covers the range of different implant systems Roger M. black and 75 available. The complete process, from patient Watson Lloyd white EGP assessment and treatment planning through to Searson problems and maintenance procedures, is detailed. Radiology 13.Maxillofacial imaging 2006 1st edition 445 Colored 200 Traditional maxillofacial imaging was based on
  5. 5. By EGP plain films and dental imaging. However, today’s T.A. Larheim advanced imaging techniques with CT and MRI has only been partially implemented for maxillofacial P.-L. questions. This book bridges the gap between Westesson traditional maxillofacial imaging and advanced medical imaging. We have applied CT and MRI to a variety of maxillofacial cases and these are illustrated with high-quality images and multiple planes. A comprehensive chapter on imaging anatomy is also included. This book is useful for oral and maxillofacial radiologists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, dentists, radiologists, plastic surgeons, head and neck surgeons. 14.ORAL RADIOLOGY quot;Principles and 2004 5th edition 753 Colored 250 Interpretationquot; By EGP With more than 1,000 high-quality radiographs and illustrations, this bestselling book visually Stuart C. White black and 150 demonstrates the basic principles of oral and Michael J. white EGP maxillofacial radiology as well as effective clinical Pharoah application. You'll be able to diagnose and treat patients effectively with the coverage of imaging techniques, including specialized techniques such as MRI and CT, and the comprehensive discussion of the radiographic interpretation of pathology. 15.Color atlas of dental medicine radiology 1998 v5 266 Colored 200 This Atlas presents the proper use of optimum By EGP radiographic exposure and contemporary techniques for today's dental office. Emphasis is placed on the Friedrich Black and 150 reliable recognition of normal structures in the Pasler, Thomas white EGP projected space and clear differentiation of normal Hassell, Arthur features from pathological radiographic signs. Hefti These major topics of fundamental importance for correct interpretation are treated more extensively. The section on diagnosis deals in depth with the typical radiographic manifestations of frequently occurring pathological processes.
  6. 6. Implant 16.Reconstructive Aesthetic Implant Surgery 2003 1st edition 152 Colored 150 Abd El Salam EGP This unique reference text provides experienced dental practitioners and students with a step-by-step El Askary black and 100 clinical guide for achieving optimal aesthetic results white EGP with dental implants. The book's quot;hands-onquot; approach to dental implant aesthetics guides readers through the labyrinth of clinical decision-making and presents a solid foundation of scientific research, complete clinical cases, and documented techniques that simplify procedures and solve many of the aesthetic problems encountered in daily practice. 17.Risk factors in implant dentistry 1999 1st edition 168 Colored 100 For general practitioners wishing to offer implant By EGP treatment this text offer the use of implants for achieving predictable restorative results. It presents Frank a system that will allow dentists to identify those Renouard Bo patients who are suitable candidates for implant Rangert therapy. It covers the specific risk factors - general, aesthetic and biomechanical - and explains how the dentist can define and evaluate the impact of these various risk factors and modify treatment accordingly. The risk factors and limitations specific to all types of edentulism and each particular clinical situation are described in detail. The safest treatment options, as well as alternative are given for each situation. Different surgical protocols are also presented, and the importance of communication openly with patients is stressed. 18.Contemporary implant 1993 1st edition 795 Colored 300 This comprehensive clinical reference book on By EGP dental implants deals with patient selection and treatment planning through technique, with all the Carl E. Misch black and 250 popular commercial implant quot;systemsquot;, to long-term white EGP follow-up. Part one deals with medical and dental evaluation leading to classification of cases by measurement of jaw bone available for installation of implants. Basic science and treatment follow
  7. 7. preparation. 19.Clinical Guidelines for Dental Implant Treatment 2001 213 Colored 150 The book takes the theory of implant restoration, EGP and places it directly in the operatory, concentrating in detail on each stage of the actual clinical procedures involved in treating different patients. It integrates implant treatment with the realities of running a successful restorative practice. Successful text reflects the advances of implant prosthetics over the intervening years, providing all new cases, exploring new techniques and technology, and demonstrating updated system components and armamentarium. 20.Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Guide 2007 2nd Edition 234 Colored 150 Offers clinicians a practical, step–by–step approach By EGP to treatment planning and restoring dental implants. This highly–illustrated, case–based book Carl Drago Black and 100 demonstrates how to treat the most commonly white EGP encountered treatment scenarios, describing the procedures, techniques, and sequences required in clear, concise language and in an easy–to–use format. 21.Oral rehabilitation with dental implants 1997 3rd volume 131 Colored 100 This volume reports and documents advance in EGP surgical and prosthetic procedures, laboratory techniques and new instruments and approaches used to achieve long-term results in comprehensive implant therapy. It presents first-hand clinical experiences in the treatment of TMD and occlusion; the integration of implant therapy and orthodontics; and the role of aesthetics in the edentulous patient, among other topics. Included throughout the text are indications and contraindications for particular treatment methods, step-by-step analyses of clinical techniques, and multiple solutions to potential problems. 22.Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry 2003 4th edition 1044 Colored 400 This book contains superior diagrams, graphs and By EGP illustrations. The clinical pictures are excellent in their clarity and details. The book one of the Jan Lindhe, essential texts in periodontology. This textbook
  8. 8. Thorkild serves as an excellent educational resource for both Karring, students and practitioners. This is probably one of the most comprehensive texts written for students Niklaus P. on the subject of clinical periodontology and Lang .implant dentistry 23.Clinical decision making and treatment planning 1996 By 215 Colored 150 Designed for practical use, this work consolidates in Osseo integration Michael J. EGP recent knowledge in Osseo integration. This easy- to-use manual is organized according to categories Engelman Black and 100 defined by location and extent of tooth loss. The white EGP advantages and disadvantages of each, and the possibilities for implant therapy, are given. Includes treatment goals, presurgical needs and considerations including position and number of implants; space limitations; ridge width; bone height; cantilevers, angulations and occlusion; implant placement; and aesthetic evaluation. Hand books 24.Oxford hand book of clinical dentistry 2005 4th edition 416 Black and 150 Most valuable handbook with a wide range of By white EGP appeal, from the undergraduate and those preparing for a range of postgraduate dental examinations David A through to training, and other senior colleagues who Mitchell need to bring themselves up to date with Laura Mitchell innovations outside their main field of practice. 25.MASTER DENTISTRY 2003 1st edition 227 Black and 150 This revision book for dental students in the clinical quot;Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Radiology, By Paul white EGP years of their course is a concise text covering the core of the subject with self-assessment questions. Pathology and Oral Medicinequot; Coulthard, Concise text covers the core knowledge essential for Keith Horner, the final exams and extensive self testing material Philip Sloan, enables students to review their knowledge, using Elizabeth D. both questions which mimic the exam (short answer Theaker and essays) and others designed for self-assessment (MCQs). 26.MASTER DENTISTRY 2003 1st edition 338 Black and 150 These revision textbooks for dental students in the quot;RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY, PAEDIATRIC By Peter white EGP clinical years of their course, offer a concise text covering the core of the subject with self- DENTISTRY,AND ORTHODONTICSquot; Heasman assessment pictures.
  9. 9. 27.DENTAL SECRETS 1999 2nd edition 397 Black and 150 Using a question-and answer format, this book By white EGP covers all the latest clinical and public health aspects of dentistry as well as how computers and Stephen T. the internet can manage a dental practice and Sonis quickly provide up-to-date information to dental practitioners. The content of all chapters has been updated and revised. New questions, answers and illustrations reflect current additions to dental materials, surgical techniques, modalities of diagnosis and infection control. 28.Gulf Board MCQs 2008 Author 550 Black and 150 Includes 200 MCQ questions in every specialty of collection white dentistry in addition to 400 general dentistry and 200 basic questions. 29.Drug dictionary for dentistry 2002 By 443 Black and 150 This handy little book contains all the information John G white EGP dentists are likely to need to know about the drugs they come across in their daily practice... Definitely Meechan one to be kept within arm's reach. Robin Seymour 30.Forensic Dentistry 1997 By 267 Black and 100 Identification of unknown individuals and the Paul G. white EGP determination of their age, race, and sex is one of the most important functions of forensic dentistry. Stimson Curtis Essential applications of forensic dentistry include A. Mertz mass disaster investigations, and evaluating bite marks and bitemark evidence in death investigations, child abuse investigations. This book illustrates the proper handling and evaluation of dental evidence. Its broad coverage also includes important information for legal and police science professionals in dealing with the proper evaluation and presentation of dental findings. Operative 31.Principles of Operative Dentistry 2005 By 193 Black and 100 Alison white EGP This text aims to detail and justify the basic principles involved in operative procedures with the Qualtrough intention of reinforcing understanding and Julian improving clinical skills. Direct and indirect
  10. 10. Satterthwaite restorations and endodontic procedures are addressed. Not only for the student, this book is also designed as a source of reference for all practitioners who carry out restorative dentistry and are faced with the introduction of new materials and techniques. 32.Fundamentals of operative dentistry 2001 By 593 Colored 250 This revised textbook combines time-proven James B. EGP methods with scientific developments in preventive and restorative dentistry. Existing chapters have Summit Black and 200 been updated and five new chapters have been white EGP added. 33.Bleaching techniques in restorative dentistry 2001 1st edition 275 Colored 150 By Linda EGP Interest in bleaching teeth has grown dramatically in the last few years as new markets become available Greenwall black and 100 and stimulate further development. This guide is white EGP written to help the busy restorative dentist who needs to keep up to date with the types of product available, the techniques to use them effectively and safely, and how to use them in combination with restorative dentistry in treating patients. 1995 1st edition 168 Colored 150 This book, written by experts on dental bleaching, 34.Complete Dental Bleaching By EGP concentrates on the role of bleaching in restorative, periodontal and aesthetic dentistry, and advises Ronald E. dentists about the role it could play in their Goldstein practices. The book addresses patient selection, David A. diagnosis, treatment planning, sequencing of Garber treatment and patient expectations. It relates the various bleaching methods, including in-office, home, matrix, nonvital and combination bleaching. Endodontics 35.Pocket Atlas of Endodontics 1st edition 242 Colored 150 Endodontology has seen enormous advances in 2006 by Michael A EGP recent years. New high-tech tools, such as operative microscopes in combination with ultrasound and Baumann black and 100 nickel-titanium files, make possible a high-level of white EGP quality in treatment with excellent long-term treatment results. Regular updating of knowledge is
  11. 11. indispensable for every practitioner. This book provides a fast and up-to-date orientation of the entire area of endodontology. 36.Endodontics Problem-Solving in Clinical Practice 2002 1st edition 206 Colored 150 The problems arising from root canals in the daily EGP clinical practice of dentistry can often be difficult black and 100 and time-consuming to solve. Here a team from one leading center of dental excellence provides white EGP practical guidance to these difficult areas. They explain how to manage the complications that arise from the procedure, and their advice explores all possible issues on the subject. Topics include endodontic emergencies, medication, cavity preparation and techniques. The text provides not only step-by-step instruction, but also top-notch .illustrations 37.Pathway of the pulp 2001 6th edition Black and This book has been a market leader and book of By 747 white 300 choice in dental education and practice for many editions - the 8th Edition is completely revised and Stephen Cohen EGP updated to bring you the latest techniques and Kenneth M. materials developed for root canal work, apical Hargreaves surgery, the restoration of endodontically treated teeth and infection control. Provides thorough information on all requisite topics in endodontics: pulp development, structure and function; pathology; microbiology, knowledge of instrumentation, diagnosis of pulpal disorders, skills important to cleaning and shaping, surgery and retreatment. 38.Advanced Endodontics Clinical Retreatment and 2006 By 218 Colored 150 Complex endodontic problems that require further Surgery John S. EGP work on the part of the clinician can be time- consuming and problematic. This highly illustrated Rhodes Black and 100 text tackles these difficult aspects and guides the white EGP practitioner through the problems and procedures involved. will be of interest to endodontists, general dental practitioners with a special interest in
  12. 12. endodontics, and postgraduates in restorative and endodontic specialties. Prothesis 39.Prosthetic Treatment of the Edentulous Patient 2002 4th edition 329 Black and 200 quot;This textbook is highly recommended to By white EGP undergraduate students as it is well written, clearly laid out and helpfully illustrated. R. M. Basker The objective of the authors, in providing the J. C. Davenport clinician with a sound theoretical foundation on which successful clinical skills can be built, has certainly been achieved. The text should also be of interest to practitioners and those preparing for postgraduate exams.quot; 40.PROSTHODONTICS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE 2002 1st edition 232 Colored 150 This work explains the dental treatment of a variety By EGP of restorative problems, each of which is followed through in great detail. Both the rationale and the Robert S. black and 100 clinical protocols are explained, while each patient's Klugman white EGP treatment is then reviewed by other experts. The text goes far beyond the borders of prosthodontics, incorporating periodontal therapy, endodontics, orthodontics and implant dentistry. This pragmatic .book will be of interest to most practicing dentists Periodontology and Medicine 41.Periodontal Medicine 2000 By 295 Colored 200 This authoritative text explores the complex tie Louis F. Rose EGP between the periodontium and systemic disease. Throughout, it discusses the ways in which systemic Black and 150 conditions and their treatment affect dental health. white EGP Topics covered include: evaluation; genetics; cardiovascular and respiratory disease; tobacco use; diabetes; pregnancy, puberty, and oral contraception; osteoporosis; the immunocompromised patient; bleeding disorders. 42.PDQ ORAL DISEASE 2002 By 368 Colored 200 Diagnosis and Treatment is designed to serve as a James J. EGP primary source for the identification of diseases and conditions of the mouth and jaws. Dentists and Scuibba Black and 150
  13. 13. Joseph A. white EGP physicians can readily access a wide spectrum of Regezi entities with brief, essential text accompanying representative clinical photographs and radiographs. Oral mucosal diseases, salivary gland disorders, and odontogenic diseases are included as well as general medical conditions reflected or manifested in the mouth. A therapeutics section outlines practical treatment approaches to many oral diseases within the format of a prescribing formula to guide the clinician. 43.Pocket Atlas of Oral Diseases 2006 2nd Edition 384 Colored 200 Illustrated with 355 color photographs, this compact By EGP reference provides concise information on the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of oral George diseases. It is aimed at dentists, dermatologists, and Laskaris primary care physicians as well as medical and dental students. Entries for individual diseases are grouped into 12 sections corresponding to different types of clinical presentations (i.e., white lesions, soft-tissue cysts, bone swellings, etc.). 44.Burket’s Oral Medicine Diagnosis & Treatment 2003 10th Edition 622 Colored 250 Presents the current status of the fields of oral By EGP medicine and clinical oral pathology. It also outlines the dentist's role in the management of patients with Martin Black and 170 severe medical problems. The text reflects the Greenberg and white EGP dramatic alterations in some disease patterns as well Michael Glick as the medical advances, which have impacted the field of oral medicine. This book focuses on the current knowledge of the pathogenesis and management of diseases and stresses new diagnostic techniques as well as new concepts of therapy. 45.Colour Atlas of Oral Diseases in Children and 2000 By 127 Colored 100 Children and adolescents are affected by a large Adolescence George EGP range of diseases with oral manifestations that may not be seen in adults. Such diseases include viral Laskaris Black and 75 and bacterial infections, but many other conditions white EGP as well; this work is lavishly illustrated with high- quality color photographs, providing the reader with an at-a-glance diagnostic guide. Succinct texts in tabular form complement the images to help the
  14. 14. reader formulate a differential diagnosis and a treatment plan. Pathology 46.Regezi: Oral Pathology: Clinical Pathologic 2005 4th edition 430 Colored 200 Correlations, By EGP Covering pathology according to clinical appearance, this text makes it easy to quickly Joseph A. Black and 150 identify and diagnose oral disease presentations. Regezi white EGP New and improved photos have been added to this edition, along with cutting-edge information on disease etiology and treatment. Coverage of pain, xerostomia, dysgeusia, and halitosis is significantly expanded, and discussions of the molecular basis of cancers reflect the rapid advances in molecular medicine. Provides excellent preparation for clinical situations and for success on the NBDE. Orthodontics 47.An Introduction to Orthodontics 2001 2nd Edition 227 Colored 150 This introduction to orthodontics is a well laid out By EGP and easy to follow book that is full of useful information for dental undergraduates, dentists with Laura Mitchell Black and 100 an interest in orthodontics and specialists in related white EGP fields such as paediatric dentistry. Coverage ranges from the anatomical features leading to assessment, through cephalometrics and treatment planning for all classes of patient. Modern appliance options are reflected, as well as the demand for adult orthodontics, and innovations in surgical orthodontics.