WileyBlackwell | ISBN: 1405133791 | 1 edition (5 Jun 2006) | PDF | 280 pages | 9.9 Mb
A clear photograph of each class and many varieties of instrument is included, and then described according to the following principles: name, usage, any relevant features and varieties. Each section is dedicated to a specific discipline or division of dentistry. Complete set–ups have been included at the end of most sections for various procedures. The coverage reflects instrumentation and accessory items used in general dental practice , routine hospital dental procedures and selected specialist settings.
The author adopts a flexible approach which recognises that some instruments are multi–functional, and their names and usage can vary across dental surgeries. This approach, coupled with the range of instruments covered, makes the book an ideal ′portable′ resource across general practice, hospital and a range of specialist settings. The book also highlights instruments which can be easily confused. In addition to detailing the classic sets of dental instruments, the importance of instrument care and sterilisation regimes is acknowledged.