This concise book provides a sound basis in orthodontic diagnosis
for both dental students and general dental practitioners.
Following an introductory chapter on the development of normal
occlusion, this practical book provides a clear overview of the
diagnostic process. It looks at how both local and general factors
can affect the final treatment plan and the advantages of different
management strategies. Diagnosis of the Orthodontic Patient
includes over 150 illustrations five genuine clinical cases a
chapter on evidence based practice a glossary of terms.
This concise book provides a sound basis for orthodontic diagnosis
by both undergraduate and postgraduate dental students and general
dental practitioners. Following an introductiory chapter on the
development of normal dentition, the book provides a clear overview
of the diagnostic process, and discusses how local and general
factors can affect the final treatment plan. With a practical
emphasis, the text discusses the advantages of different management
Ausstattung/Bilder: 278 pages - numerous black & white photographs and line illustrations
Abmessung: 216mm x 139mm x 16mm
Fraser McDonald is the Editor of the European Journal of Orthodontics published by OUP.
Development of normal dentition Malocclusion: Aetiology and Classification Patient and parent interview Extraoral examination Intraoral examination Dynamic occlusion Health considerations Orthodontic records and diagnostic tests Evidence-based practice Treatment planning Appendices Glossary Index