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Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology: A Rationale for Diagnosis and Treatment,
Second Edition

Robert E. Marx and Diane Stern

It has been more than a decade since the first edition of this comprehensive oral and maxillofacial pathology book was published. This award-winning text covers the vast array of conditions that oral and maxillofacial surgeons need to be prepared to identify and treat. In addition to its clinical presentation, each disease entity includes its pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, diagnostic work-up, histopathology, treatment, and prognosis. This updated two-volume edition includes several new disease entities, the latest information on recognizing and treating previously described conditions, and new clinical images and cases that better portray the clinical presentation and/or treatment of specific diseases. Significant additions include the section on bisphosphonate-induced osteonecrosis of the jaws and the incorporation of new reconstructive techniques using recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein, stem cell concentrates, and tissue engineering principles. An essential reference for any oral and maxillofacial surgeon or resident. All revisions ensure that this new edition is up to date and in compliance with the current standards of care.

In commemoration of the 10-year anniversary of the first edition, we are offering this edition at a special price.

1,008 pp; 2,700 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-0-86715-512-9 (B5129); $475 US $425

Decision Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Edited by
Daniel M. Laskin and
A. Omar Abubaker

Expert contributors have synthesized their standard decision-making processes into annotated diagnosis and treatment algorithms. Combining “at-a-glance” understand­ing with authoritative discussion of the salient features of 100 pathologic entities, these treatment algorithms are especially valuable for residents, recent graduates, and others treating patients who present with therapeutic problems in the oral and maxillofacial region.

268 pp; ©2007; ISBN 978-0-86715-463-4 (B4634); US $120

Clinical Oral Physiology

Timothy S. Miles, Birgitte Nauntofte, and Peter Svensson

This textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the part of dentistry that links basic physiologic and pathophysiologic mechanisms with frequently encountered problems in dental practice. The systematic approach of the book makes it appropriate for undergraduate and postgraduate dental students as well as for practicing clinicians.

298 pp; 76 illus; ©2004;
ISBN 978-1-85097-091-0 (B8826); US $85

Odontogenic Tumors and Allied Lesions

Peter A. Reichart et al

388 pp; 280 illus; ©2004;
ISBN 978-1-85097-059-0 (B8823); US $168

Clinician’s Handbook
of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Edited by Daniel M. Laskin

This handbook functions equally well as a survival manual for first-year residents, as a quick reference for experienced clinicians, as a go-to source for those faced with emergency situations, and as a study guide for anyone preparing for board exams. Spanning the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery, chapters address routine aspects of care such as taking a history and interpreting lab tests; specialized treatment for patients with cysts and tumors, salivary gland disease, neck masses, and other oral and maxillofacial pathologies; and protocols for responding to severely traumatized patients and those with life-threatening injuries. Compact and portable, this handbook is a ready source of essential information for the busy clinician.

404 pp (spiral bound); 38 illus; ©2010;
ISBN 978-0-86715-493-1 (B4931); US $68

The Osteoperiosteal Flap:
A Simplified Approach to Alveolar Bone Reconstruction

Edited by Ole T. Jensen

This volume presents procedures for various osteoperiosteal flaps. This relatively closed wound approach seems to spontaneously activate the epigenetic signal within the gingivoalveolar complex, and the augmentation develops in a manner analogous to primordial growth. Soft tissue generally follows suit, and implant therapy can commence, creating a functional gingiva-alveolus-implant matrix. Once mastered, bone flaps can almost entirely eliminate the need for block grafting or guided bone regeneration.

320 pp; 911 illus; ©2010; ISBN 978-0-86715-418-4 (B4184); US $218

Decision Support Software (CD-ROM)

Decision Support software provides diagnostic tools that can be used chairside to interpret radiographic findings (DS X-Ray) or identify and manage oral soft tissue lesions (DS OML). These CD-ROM programs can help clinicians narrow diagnosis by pinpointing images with similar characteristics from the software libraries. Clinical features, differential diagnosis, and appropriate clinical management are included for each diagnosis. Questions such as when to refer a patient to a specialist are also amply addressed.

Piezoelectric Bone Surgery: A New Paradigm

Tomaso Vercellotti

This comprehensive and practical book introduces the fundamentals and practical elements of piezoelectric bone surgery as advanced by the author. The introductory chapters are dedicated to acquiring skills in ultrasonic techniques that enable operators to gain expertise. The clinical chapters outline the step-by-step protocol for piezoelectric surgery for the most essential techniques: surgical extraction, implant surgery, sinus elevation, bone grafting, ridge expansion, orthodontic microsurgery, and maxillofacial surgery. The reader will be amazed by the array of innovations that will revolutionize bone surgery.

Contents

The Concept • Cut Characteristics • The Technology • Manual Skills • Scientific Evidence • Clinical Piezosurgery • Extraction • Implant Treatment • Split Crest • Bone Grafting • Orthodontics • Maxillofacial Microsurgery • Wedge Implant

Available Summer 2014

Advanced Laser Surgery in Dentistry

Georgios E. Romanos

Lasers have become an integral part of surgical dental treatment in large part because they allow minimally invasive intervention with little pain and accelerated postoperative healing. This new book displays the current spectrum of advanced applications for surgical lasers in dentistry and showcases the medical benefits. Each surgical protocol is presented with clear case examples and practical tips. The author reviews the use of different wavelengths, the scientific principles behind the protocols, and the fundamental safety considerations to help the reader implement this technology in daily practice, avoid complications, and achieve excellent clinical results.

Contents

Laser-Tissue Interactions • Laser Systems • Laser Wound Healing • Oral Biopsies • Oral Surgical Procedures • Bone Surgery • Periodontology • Implant Dentistry • Photodynamic Therapy • Laser Safety

Available Early 2015

Essentials in Piezosurgery:
Clinical Advantages in Dentistry

Tomaso Vercellotti

This book presents the clinical advantages of piezosurgery over traditional methods for tooth extraction, ridge expansion, sinus elevation, bone grafting, and clinical crown lengthening, as shown by research and clinical experience over the decade since the author first developed the technique. General practitioners, oral surgeons, and implant dentists will find unique insight into the clinical benefits of piezoelectric bone surgery.

136 pp; 340 illus; ©2009; ISBN 978-1-85097-190-0 (B9510); US $135

Osteology Guidelines for Oral and
Maxillofacial Regeneration: Preclinical Models for Translational Research

Edited by William V. Giannobile et al

256 pp; 260 illus; ©2011; ISBN 978-1-85097-211-2 (B9065); US $128

Breath Malodor: A Step-by-Step Approach

Daniel van Steenberghe

95 pp (softcover); 40 illus; ©2004;
ISBN 978-1-85097-104-7 (B8833); US $48

3D Head & Neck Anatomy for Dentistry (DVD-ROM)

Patricia A. Reynolds et al

This DVD-ROM contains 3D models of the head, neck, face, oral and nasal cavities, dentition, individual teeth, nerves, larynx and pharynx, sinuses, eyes, brain, and more. Users can rotate the 3D models and add or remove layers of anatomy. Animations show the functional anatomy of the TMJs and muscles. The MRI section includes scans in three planes (axial, sagittal, and coronal) that can be viewed with the corresponding 3D models. Simple edit functions allow the user to export and print any image from the software for use in presentations and brochures.

©2011; ISBN 978-1-90436-983-7 (C3001); US $365

Clinical Success in Bone Surgery with Ultrasonic Devices

Marie G. Poblete-Michel and Jean-François Michel

This book presents the clinical applications of ultrasonic devices in piezoelectric bone surgery. Surgical protocols and illustrated clinical cases help guide surgeons for optimal clinical results.

92 pp (softcover); 230 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-2-912550-64-4 (B9306);
$89 US $45

Fractures of the
Mandibular Condyle: Basic Considerations and Treatment

Edited by Johannes Kleinheinz and Christopher Meyer

This text overviews the principles of treatment of condylar fractures. Options for treatment are explained in relation to the anatomical, functional, and biomechanical principles of the mandibular condyle.

288 pp; 462 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-1-85097-180-1 (B9039); US $228

Orthodontic-Surgical Treatment of Dento-facial Anomalies: An Integrated Esthetic-Functional Approach (Book/DVD-ROM set)

Paolo Ronchi

304 pp; 1,141 illus; ©2005;
ISBN 978-88-7492-101-0 (B9506); US $268

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Review: A Study Guide

Din Lam and Daniel Laskin

This comprehensive text, prepared by experts in their field, provides a quick and effective way for both residents and busy clinicians to review important information and published literature in dentoalveolar surgery and implantology, anesthesiology, medicine, pathology, orthognathic surgery, craniofacial and reconstructive surgery, cosmetic surgery, and TMJ disorders and facial pain, as well as to gain new knowledge in these areas. The content is organized in bullet-point format and complemented by numerous illustrations, tables, and algorithms, making the material easy to remember. This is an excellent resource for board preparation as well as recertification.

Contents

Medical Assessment and Management of the Surgical Patient • Anesthesia • Dentoalveolar Surgery • Trauma • Orthognathic Surgery • Craniofacial Surgery • Obstructive Sleep Apnea • Cosmetic Surgery • TMJ Surgery • Facial Pain • Pathology • Reconstruction

Available Fall 2014

Pediatric Head and Neck Pathology:
Clinico-Pathologic and Therapeutic Principles

Robert O. Greer, Robert E. Marx, M. Sherif Said,
and Lori D. Prok

The problems attendant to the accurate diagnosis for and proper management of the child with a tumor or disorder of the head and neck represent a substantial challenge to the clinician and pathologist. This work presents a much-needed discussion of both common and uncommon lesions affecting the head and neck region of children. It is designed using a unique, easy-reference format that should allow quick resolution of statistical issues and diagnostic quandaries related to the age, sex, site, and clinical presentation as well as the histopathology and molecular biology of a particular tumor or disorder. The pathogenesis of every lesion is included along with differential diagnostic considerations, management options, and prognosis. The central focus of most chapters is tissue type or a specific disease entity rather than anatomical location. This book will be of interest not only to pathologists but also to oral and maxillofacial surgeons, general dentists, pediatricians, pediatric general surgeons, otolaryngologists, and oncologists.

Available Early 2015

Oral Surgery (DVD-ROM)

Edited by Friedrich Wilhelm Neukam, Stefan Schultze-Mosgau,
and Gerd Basting

These specifically oriented training videos from the Oral Surgery series clearly and comprehensively convey expert knowledge in oral surgery for everyday practice. Basic concepts, diagnosis, and various treatment approaches are clearly and completely described step by step and in superior picture quality on this new DVD-ROM version.

Volume 1

Extracting Impacted Lower Wisdom Teeth • Operative Therapy for Retained Teeth in the Maxilla

63 min; ©2003; ISBN 978-3-87652-463-4 (C3002); US $120

Volume 2

Surgical Techniques for Closure of Oro-Antral Communications • Sinus Floor Augmentation with Autogenous Chin Bone Grafts

65 min; ©2011; ISBN 978-3-87652-464-1 (C3003); US $120

Minor Oral Surgery in Dental Practice

John G. Meechan

©2006; ISBN 978-1-85097-082-8 (B8925); US $54

Atlas of Oral and Extraoral Bone Harvesting

Robert E. Marx and
Mark R. Stevens

This authoritative atlas presents a detailed approach to mastering the applied surgical techniques for harvesting bone from intraoral and extraoral sites. The authors guide readers to a thorough understanding of each donor site by addressing anatomy, patient positioning, surgical approach, dressings and drains, postoperative care, complications, and modifications for children. This highly practical surgical atlas serves equally well as a clinical guide for all surgeons, a quick refresher of a specific procedure, and a detailed student reference.

168 pp; 253 illus; ©2010; ISBN 978-0-86715-482-5 (B4825); US $185

Essentials of Orthognathic
Surgery, Second Edition

Johan P. Reyneke

The revised edition of this essential text presents a concise approach to the diagnosis and surgical treatment of dentofacial deformities encountered in clinical practice. The treatment process and the most common surgical techniques are featured in step-by-step protocols. The contents have been updated to reflect the most current interpretation of diagnostic data, including expanded discussions of the rotation of the maxillomandibular complex and anterior open bite dentofacial deformities as well as new sections on distraction osteogenesis and the intraoral vertical mandibular ramus osteotomy.

280 pp; 821 illus; ©2010; ISBN 978-0-86715-500-6 (B5006); US $180

Oral and Implant Surgery:
Principles and Procedures

Edited by J. Thomas Lambrecht

504 pp; 1,490 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-1-85097-184-9 (B9044); US $218

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