Removable Prosthodontics Books
For your convenience, all books are in alphabetical order by title.
Complete Dentures: From
Planning to Problem Solving by P. Finbarr
Allen, Scan McCarthy
ISBN: 1850970645 Publisher: Quintessence, Jan. 2003
$54.00 132 pages, 109 illus, Hardcover
Description of Book: The proportion of elderly adults is rapidly increasing as life expectancy
increases. Many of these adults will not retain sufficient numbers of teeth for
the remainder of their lives and will require complete dentures at some point.
This book deals with the planning, construction, and review of complete dentures
and examines the role of osseointegrated prostheses in the management of
The Standard of Care for Edentulous Patients
by Jocelyne S. Feine (Editor),
Gunnar E. Carlsson (Editor)
ISBN: 0867154306 Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, Dec. 2003
$58.00 172 pages, 62 illustrations (114 color) Softcover
This book is also listed under Implants.
Description of Book: Two-implant overdentures have been shown to increase the satisfaction and
quality of life of edentulous patients who have difficulties with
conventional dentures, and this book provides compelling evidence for
the efficacy of this rehabilitative treatment based on a thorough
review of the current literature. This book will be useful for anyone
who treats edentulous patients.
Partial Prosthodontics (12th Edition) by Glen P. McGivney, Alan B. Carr, William L.
McCracken ISBN: 0323069908 Publisher: Mosby; 12 edition (July 6, 2010) $87.04 (Prices may vary) 400 pages Hardcover
Description of Book: The leading prosthodontics resource for more than 40 years, McCracken's Removable Partial Prosthodontics provides the information you need to successfully manage the replacement of missing teeth. It covers the basic principles of treatment planning and design, and discusses the newest techniques, procedures, and equipment. Well-known educators Alan B. Carr, DMD, MS, and David T. Brown, DDS, MS use an evidence-based approach that helps you diagnose, design, develop, and sequence a treatment plan. A new chapter in this edition explains how to select and use implants to improve prosthesis performance. From initial contact with the patient to post-treatment care, from basic concepts to advanced material, this full-color text provides a complete foundation in prosthodontic care.
Missing Teeth: A Guide to
Treatment Options by J. Fraser McCord, Alan A. Grant, Roger Watson
ISBN: 0443071535 Publisher: Churchill Livingstone, Oct. 2003
$58.41 118 pages, Softcover This text is also listed
under Fixed Pros.
Prosthetic treatment of patients with
missing teeth is a vitally important area of practice for dental
practitioners, and consequently for all dental students as well.
Increasingly complex cases presented by more people keeping some or
all teeth into old age, as well as the expanding range of treatment
alternatives available, has created a greater demand for fixed
prostheses or bridges, removable partial dentures, and prostheses
supported by dental implants. All three of these options are now
covered in entirety in this comprehensive guide, making it easy for
students to acquire treatment planning skills needed for dealing with
real patients, beginning with a discussion of tooth loss as the
presenting problem and guiding the reader through the available
A Link to Successful Restorative Treatment by Gareth Jenkins and John Gidden
ISBN: 1850970386 Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, Sept. 1999
$68.00 144 pages, 353 color illustrations, Hardcover
Description of Book: The Precision attachments offer considerable flexibility, and
clinicians who choose them will add a new dimension to their treatment
options. This book illustrates the numerous advantages of precision
attachments through presentation of series of cases that may be used
as a reference during treatment planning. While not intended as a
comprehensive guide to the design principles of removable or fixed
prostheses, this text nonetheless serves an important purpose by
explaining how precision attachments can be used. Chapters are
arranged for easy reference for treatment of patients with specific
Principles and Practices of
Complete Dentures: Creating the Mental Image of a Dentureby Iwao Hayakawa ISBN: 4874176070 Publisher: Quintessence
Publishing Co., Apr 1999
$135.00 255 pages Hardcover
Stars from Doody Description of Book: The widespread
perception that constructing well-fitting complete dentures is simply
too difficult is challenged by the innovative and time-tested approach
presented in this book. The guiding philosophy behind this procedural
atlas is the author’s belief that visualization of form is an
essential first step in proper denture design, without which a denture
will fail to function satisfactorily. An abundance of color
photographs enhances this highly detailed guide to the technical
procedures involved in denture construction, and the book is
highlighted by practical clinical tips that the author has accumulated
through his many years of making complete dentures.
Problems and Solutions in Complete
Denture Fabrication by D J Lamb ISBN 1850970211
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing Co., Apr. 2002
$109.85 (Prices may vary) 168 pages Hardcover
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Geared toward students and
general practitioners who have already acquired basic clinical skills
in complete denture fabrication, this book concerns itself with
practical techniques and their application. It is an encapsulation and
analysis of the difficulties inherent to this discipline and a summary
of the best approach to solve patients' problems.
Treatment for Edentulous Patients: Complete Dentures and
Implant-Supported Prostheses (13th Edition)
George A. Zarb, BchD(Malta), DDS, MS(Michigan), FRCD(Canada), Charles L.
Bolender, DDS, MS, Steven Eckert, Rhonda Jacob, Aaron Fenton and Regina
ISBN: 0323078443 Publisher: Mosby; 13 edition (April 2, 2012) $112.17 464 pages Hardcover
Book Description: Covering the functional and esthetic needs of edentulous patients, Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients: Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses, 13th Edition helps you provide complete dentures, with and without dental implant support. It addresses both the behavioral and clinical aspects of diagnosis and treatment and covers treatment modalities including osseointegration, overdentures, implant-supported fixed prosthesis, and the current and future directions of implant prosthodontics. New to this edition are full-color photographs and coverage of immediately loaded complete dental prostheses. From lead editor and respected educator George Zarb, Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients provides an atlas of clinical procedures and emphasizes the importance of evidence-based treatment.
Removable Partial Dentures
on Osseointegrated Implants by Christian Besimo, Besimo Christian, Thomas M.
Hassel ISBN: 0867153296 Publisher: Quintessence Pub.
Co., Dec. 1997
$224.95 (Prices may vary) 232 pages Hardcover Out of Print. Click the Amazon "buy" link to buy used copies of this
Description of Book This book
presents a comprehensive, interdisciplinary concept for the treatment
of the edentulous mandible, taking into consideration the physiologic,
medical differences in the elderly patient for whom fixed
implant-supported prostheses may not be ideal. The book focuses on
presurgical prosthetic planning by the treatment team, with
prosthodontic treatment principles exhaustively discussed. Three
structurally and therapeutically different removable suprastructures
Sleep Medicine for Dentists: A Practical Overview
by Gilles J. Lavigne (Editor), Peter A. Cistulli (Editor), Michael T., Ph.D. Smith (Editor)
ISBN: 086715487X Publisher: Quintessence Publishing (IL); 1 edition (April 15, 2009)
$68.00 224 pages, 40 illustrations, Hardcover
This book is also listed under Removable Prosthodontics
Book Description: This concise clinical handbook educates
dental practitioners seeking to understand, recognize, and manage
disorders such as sleep apnea, sleep bruxism, and chronic pain,
which often interfere with or intrude into sleep and are critically
important to the practice of dentistry. Leading experts in medicine
and dentistry articulate and guide readers in performing the
specific responsibilities of dental practitioners, such as routinely
examining patients for the risk of sleep-disordered breathing;
providing guidance and appropriate referrals to patients who report
snoring, sleepiness, and morning headache; managing the tooth damage
or pain generated by bruxism; knowing when to prescribe oral
appliances and understanding their associated risks; and
collaborating closely with maxillofacial surgeons or ENT specialists
when surgery is indicated. This unique book is a rapid source of
practical information for students, practicing dentists, and
researchers who wish to expand their knowledge base on this
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