Endodontology: An Integrated Biological and Clinical View
Domenico Ricucci and José F. Siqueira, Jr
This unique book is a serious study of clinical endodontics that underscores the biologic foundation of endodontic treatment and seeks to bridge the gap between basic endodontic knowledge and advanced endodontic biology. Written by a well-established clinician and a researcher with extensive background in endodontic microbiology, this book combines invaluable histologic illustrations of endodontic disease with a robust clinical text that (1) describes the pathologies affecting dental tissues as well as their reactions to the clinical procedures and (2) uses clinical microbiology to explain the observed phenomena. Treatments of complex endodontic infections are presented for both vital and nonvital pulp therapy, and the influences of periradicular pathology are addressed in detail. Moreover, the authors wade into controversial topics with detailed and comprehensive analysis, including the implications of lateral canals on treatment and the causes of treatment failures and how to avoid them. The purpose of this book is to improve endodontic treatment, and the authors demonstrate how an in-depth knowledge of endodontic infections can help clinicians to synthesize the data from patient examinations in order to visualize what has taken place, understand the processes at work, and predict what will occur with the patient. An essential clinical text for comprehensive endodontic treatment.
Dentin-Pulp Complex and Periradicular Tissues • Pulp Response to Caries and Restorative Procedures • Vital Pulp Therapy • Periradicular Pathology • Endodontic Infections • Treatment Procedures • Periradicular Tissue Healing Following Endodontic Treatment • Lateral Canals • Failure of Endodontic Treatment • Endodontic-Periodontal Interrelationships
Seltzer and Bender’s
Dental Pulp, Second Edition
Edited by Kenneth M.
Hargreaves, Harold E. Goodis, and Franklin R. Tay
This comprehensive update of a classic text presents the latest research on the dental pulp and its interaction with other tissues, highlighting its central role in both local and systemic health. The second edition has been completely revised to incorporate new chapters featuring the most topical issues in research and clinical practice, including developments in stem cell research and pulpodentin regeneration, the effects of the aging process on the pulp, and the interdependent relationship of the pulp and restorative dental procedures. New contributors bring fresh perspective to topics such as pulpal infections, odontalgia, and the relationship between the pulp and periodontal disease. Each chapter provides an introduction to its major themes for the busy clinician or dental student as well as up-to-date, biologically based clinical recommendations for restorative and endodontic procedures. Practicing clinicians will find this information to be essential to providing accurate diagnoses and effective treatment.
Treatment of Endodontic Infections
José F. Siqueira, Jr
The ultimate goal of endodontic treatment is either to prevent the development of apical periodontitis or to create adequate conditions for periradicular tissue healing. This book provides effective treatment options for achieving both goals. The first section of the book details the microbiologic and pathophysiologic aspects of apical periodontitis. The second section focuses on the principles and practice of predictable endodontic treatment and the prevention of apical periodontitis. In this way, a thorough understanding of disease etiology, pathogenesis, and host-pathogen interaction issues sets the groundwork for effective endodontic treatment.
416 pp; 355 illus; ©2011; ISBN 978-1-85097-205-1 (B8849); US $158
Endodontic and periodontal lesions can manifest identical symptoms despite originating from separate pathogens, and traditional classification has reinforced etiologic 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, which determine how to proceed with appropriate treatment.
120 pp; 636 illus; ©2011; ISBN 978-1-85097-210-5 (B9512); US $148
Practical Lessons in
Donald E. Arens,
Alan H. Gluskin, Christine I. Peters, and Ove A. Peters
This companion to the popular book Practical Lessons in Endodontic Surgery offers expert guidance to clinicians who have limited experience in the nonsurgical procedures involved in root canal therapy. Synthesizing the latest clinical concepts and technologies with tried-and-true traditional treatment methods, it introduces readers to the challenges associated with nonsurgical endodontics and delivers realistic solutions in a clear, step-by-step, “lesson-based” format. Each of the 42 lessons offers useful, workable, and, above all, practical information and recommendations covering a specific aspect of endodontic care.
Reintervention in Endodontics
Mario Luiz Zuolo, Daniel Kherlakian, José Eduardo de Mello, Jr,
Maria Cristina Coelho de Carvalho, and Maria Inês Ranazzi Cabral Fagundes
This book helps practitioners navigate through each stage of endodontic retreatment, from understanding the indications for treatment through reobturation of the canal. Written by a team of experienced specialists, this exceptional guide explores the various options for retreatment and relies on evidence from the literature and experience from clincial practice to make recommendations. The authors analyze the parameters of initial success in endodontic treatment and present new materials, tools, and technologic resources for use in cases of retreatment. They cover the management of complications, including optimal techniques for correction of canal access and locating canals, even those that are calcified.
Case Selection • Technologic Advances in Endodontics • Access • Removal of Gutta-Percha • Solid Materials Removal • Repreparation of the Canal System • Reobturation of the Canal System • Managing Complications • Special Cases • Postoperative Restoration
332 pp; 1,367 illus; ©2014; ISBN 978-85-7889-042-1 (B9992); US $180
Best Practices in Endodontics: A Desk Reference
Edited by Richard Schwartz, Anthony L. Horalek,
and Venkat Canakapalli
This book is a compilation of practical information shared by some of the finest clinical endodontists in the world. Most of the chapters are short and focus on how to perform a single clinical procedure. They are written in simple language with ample photographic support. This book provides guidance for most common endodontic procedures but also for some procedures that are less common, such as how to treat teeth containing Russian Red; surgical extrusion; root submergence; and decompression. Because most of the procedures described are performed under a dental operating microscope, there are chapters on operatory design for microscopic endodontics, microscope ergonomics for the doctor and assistant, and how to set up and use a microscope for photography and video documentation. In addition, three chapters are devoted exclusively to understanding and applying CBCT imaging. Written at a specialist level, the book serves as a desk reference for clinical procedures and as a daily practical guide, but it contains information that is useful to anyone who aspires to perform endodontics at a high level.
Available Early 2015
Problems in Endodontics:
Etiology, Diagnosis and
Edited by Michael Hülsmann and Edgar Schäfer
This book offers clinically relevant information for overcoming common problems in endodontic treatment. This is a compendium of the field, including key findings and data from the scientific literature as well as case presentations and practical advice.
600 pp; 850 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-1-85097-186-3 (B9037); US $280
Endodontics Manual for the General Dentist
Martin Trope and Gilberto Debelian
84 pp (softcover); 150 illus; ©2005;
ISBN 978-1-85097-089-7 (B8828); US $68
The author of this step-by-step approach to endodontic microsurgery patiently guides the reader through each phase of treatment: anesthesia, flap design and execution, osteotomy window creation, curettage, hemostasis, apicoectomy, ultrasonic retrocavity preparation, drying, obturation, and suturing. A comprehensive and contemporary guide to effective microsurgical endodontic treatment.
Clinical Success in
Stéphane Simon and
This book addresses indications for endodontic retreatment, efficient removal of existing restorations and obturation material, challenges (eg, fractured instruments, hard pastes, blockages, and canal negotiation), treatment of perforations, and assessment of prognosis and success.
Endodontics: Modern Treatment Concepts (DVD-ROM)
Oliver J. Pontius
The anatomy of root canal systems are visualized with 3D animation, and each treatment stage is illustrated.
Access Cavity • Strategies for Successful Preparation and Cleaning • Preparation with Hand and Rotating Instruments • 3D Filling with Gutta-Percha • Continuous Wave of Condensation
30 min; ©2004; (C3004); US $140
Managing Dental Trauma
Failure in Practice
Rational Root Canal
Treatment in Practice