Maxillofacial Trauma and Esthetic Facial Reconstruction

By

  • Peter Ward Booth, BDS, MBChB, FDS, FRCS, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, The Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, West Sussex, UK
  • Barry Eppley, MD, DMD
  • Rainer Schmelzeisen, MD, DDS, PhD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Albert-Ludwigs-University and Hospital, Freiburg, Germany

Filled with hundreds of superb, full-color photographs and step-by-step, illustrated procedures, Maxillofacial Trauma and Esthetic Facial Reconstruction, 2nd Edition, is your definitive source on all aspects of managing facial trauma. World-renowned authors Peter Ward Booth, Barry L. Eppley, and Rainer Schmelzeisen deliver today's foremost guidance on everything from management of the acute trauma patient to the newest materials in surgical trauma to secondary procedures for improved facial appearance.

"Maxillofacial Trauma and Esthetic Facial Reconstruction is a comprehensive text dealing with a difficult area and where competing titles are plentiful. This book is refreshing and seems to add a new perspective in this genre with the combination of facial trauma management and reconstruction in the one hardback book. For this reason together with the sheer quantity and quality of the photos and illustrations - this book is highly recommended."

- The Journal of Surgery, review of the first edition

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Book information

  • Published: November 2011
  • Imprint: SAUNDERS
  • ISBN: 978-1-4377-2420-2

Reviews

"This book is your definitive source on all aspects of managing facial trauma. World-renowned authors deliver today's foremost guidance on everything from management of the acute trauma patient to the newest materials in surgical trauma and secondary procedures for improved facial appearance...This text offers complete coverage of maxillofacial trauma highlighted by an unparalleled collection of 800 outstanding, full-colour photographs and over 300 highly detailed line drawings that clarify surgical procedures...this book is highly recommended."

British Dental Journal,  June 2012

"The book is hardback and classifed as a major work, with just over 600 pages of text covering all the major trauma topics of relevance. In addition, the work has been significantly updated to reflect current evidence-based practice, supported by 800 colour pictures and new chapters on immediate care and secondary surgery...Clearly an important text for any trainee in the area as well as a reference for those practising the increasingly busy surgical speciality that is oral and maxilofacial surgery. A book that can be thoroughly recommended."

Faculty Dental Journal, April 2013 




Table of Contents

1. Etiology and Prevention of Facial Trauma

2. Medicolegal Implications of Facial Injuries

3. Immediate Care (Emergency Room)

4. Management of Head Injuries

5. Radiographic Assessment

6. Principles of Facial soft Tissue Injury Repair

7. Principles of Reduction of Fractures and Methods of Fixation

8. Alloplastic Biomaterials for Facial Reconstruction

9. Surgical Access

10. A Logical Approach to the Controversies Around Orbital Trauma

11. Frontal Sinus Fractures

12. Nasoethmoid Fractures

13. Nasal Fractures

14. Maxillary and Pan Facial Fractures

15. Mandibular Fractures

16. Condylar neck fractures

17. Dentoalveolar Injuries

18: Eyelid and Lacrimal Injuries

19. Primary Repair of Facial Soft Tissue Injuries

20. Reconstruction of Large Hard and Soft Tissue Loss of the Face

21. Facial and Trigeminal Nerve Injuries

22. Facial Burns

23. Facial Scar Management

24. Secondary Osteotomies and Bone Grafting

25: Distraction Techniques

26: Secondary Rhinoplasty for traumatic Nasal Deformities

27: Secondary Orbital Surgery

28. Facial Nerve Injuries: Reconstruction, Reanimation, and Masking Procedures

29. Psychological Support

30: Biomaterials in Craniomaxillofacial Surgery

31: Minimally Invasive Surgery

32: Computer-Assisted Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Technology and Clinical Developments

33: Clinical Application of Computer-Assisted Reconstruction in Complex Posttraumatic Deformities