PROSTHODONTICS TEXTBOOK PDF

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BOOK REVIEWS and encourages the logical progression to an initial differential The significance of the fovea palatini in complete denture prosthodontics. Download the Medical Book: Textbook of Complete Denture Prosthodontics For Free. This Website we Provide Free Medical Books for all Students. Textbook of Prosthodontics - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online.

With numerous tables, boxes, flowcharts, and more than color photographs and line diagrams, the book delivers on high visual impact that makes it easier to comprehend and more importantly, retain the information presented in text. In the CD section, chapters dealing with impressions, maxillomandibular relations, denture insertion, and postinsertion problems are particularly impressive.

On a personal note, the photographs in the crucial segment of 'teeth setting' could have been much more helpful had they been better composed and less pixelated. It must be appreciated that the authors have done a stellar job on the FPD segment with flawless chapters on tooth preparation, provisionalization, laboratory procedures, and failures.

The coverage of implant prosthetics, laminate veneers, maxillofacial prosthetics, and smile design can at best be described as 'basic introductions' aimed at providing undergraduate students with enough courage to tackle the more comprehensive texts on these subjects.

The sheer number of illustrations is remarkable and it is evident that it must have taken a dedicated team many years to gather such resources.

The latter, however, devotes a disproportionate amount of space to neoplastic conditions and the chapter is interspersed with several unnecessary case reports.

The construction of complete dentures includes the surgical approach, treatment planning, clinical stages, and laboratory procedures.

Although extensive, the section suffers from some lack of continuity and considerable repetition, which is only partly relieved by the cross references present.

A large amount of attention has been given to laboratory techniques which are the province of the technician, and appear out of place in a modern text on clinical prosthodontics.

A degree of imbalance is also present as shown by the fact that 20 pages are devoted to the methods of establishing a postdam whilst only 17 pages are used to cover the subject of jaw relations, which is possibly the most fundamental stage in denture construction. It is gratifying, however, to see the emphasis which has been placed on the physiology and mechanics of occlusion, load distribution and evaluation of occlusal form and balance.

The third section is directed to the post-insertion phase of complete denture treatment and the desirability of follow-up treatment and patient education in the widest sense, subjects which are often unfortunately absent in many standard textbooks on prosthodontics.

Included in this section is a chapter on repairs which is purely laboratory orientated and fails to consider the clinical problems which may lead to denture fracture. Secondly, I did not want any gross omissions.

Hence, I took great caution to refer maximum literature before writing any section. The book follows the sequence of the procedures done in practice in order to make learning easy and to improve the applicability of the subject in general practice.

Though this book is tailor-made for an undergraduate student, certain topics have been covered in-depth, which may be of use for postgraduate reference. The book carries more than illustrations that improve the visualization of the reader. What makes this book unique is that all the five branches of prosthodontics are discussed under one roof making it easy for immediate cross reference and helps to avoid repetition of similar procedures.

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