Local Anaesthesia in DentistryBy
- Paul Robinson, PhD, BDS, MBBS, FDS, Senior Lecturer/ Consultant, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Guy's King's and St Thomas' Dental Institute, King's College, London, UK
- Thomas Pitt Ford, PhD, BDS, FDS, Professor in Endontology, Division of Conservative Dentistry, Guy's King's and St Thomas' Dental Institute, King's College, London, UK
- Fraser McDonald, PhD, MSc, BDS, FDS, MOrth, Professor of Oral Biology/Honorary Consultant, Division of Orthodontics and Paediatric Dentistry, Guy's King's and St Thomas' Dental Institute, King's College, London, UK
All dental undergraduates need to study this subject and this book provides the reader with a small, concise pocket reference at an affordable price. It is also an invaluable purchase for the dental practitioner, ensuring that their practice is in line with current evidence-based practice.
Paperback, 104 Pages
Published: August 2000
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Physiology of nerve conduction; Pharmacological basis of local anaesthesia; Instruments; Techniques for delivery of local anaesthesia; Maxillary anaesthesia; Mandibular anaesthesia; Management of the difficult case; Selection of patients for treatment under local anaesthesia; Local complications; Systemic complications; Medico-legal considerations; Glossary of terms; Index.