Über den Autor
Göran Koch is a Professor in Paediatric Dentistry at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, and at the Faculty of Odontology, Göteborg, Sweden.
Sven Poulsen is a Professor in the Department of Community Oral Health and Pediatric Dentistry at the Institute of Odontology, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
* Chapter 1. Pediatric oral health care - the perspectives. S. Poulsen, G. Koch.
* Chapter 2. Growth and Pubertal Development. A. Juul, S Kreiborg, K. M. Main.
* Chapter 3. Child and Adolescent Psychological Development. A. G. Broberg, G. Klingberg).
* Chapter 4. Dental fear and behavior management problems. G. Klingberg, M. Raadal, K. Arnrup.
* Chapter 5. Pain, pain control and sedation. M. Raadal, S. Lundeberg, G. Haukali.
* Chapter 6. Dental caries in children and adolescents. M. S. Skeie, L.-K. Wendt, S. Poulsen.
* Chapter 7. Case history and clinical examination. S. Poulsen, L. Matsson.
* Chapter 8. Radiographic examination and diagnosis. H. Hintze, I. Espelid.
* Chapter 9. Caries Prevention. G. Koch, S. Poulsen, S. Twetman.
* Chapter 10. Diagnosis and management of dental caries. I Meàre, M. Raadal, I. Espelid.
* Chapter 11. Dental erosion. A.-K. Johansson, G. Koch, S. Poulsen.
* Chapter 12. Pedodontic endodontics. U. Schröder.
* Chapter 13. Periodontal conditions. B. Sjödin, L. Matsson.
* Chapter 14. Tooth development and disturbances in number and shape of teeth. G. Koch, I. Thesleff, S. Kreiborg.
* Chapter 15. Eruption and shedding of teeth. G. Koch, S. Kreiborg, J. O. Andreasen.
* Chapter 16. Occlusal development, preventive and interceptive orthodontics. J. Kurol, B. Mohlin.
* Chapter 17. Developmental defects of the dental hard tissues and their treatment. I. Espelid, D. Haubek, B. Jälevik.
* Chapter 18. Traumatic Injuries - examination, diagnosis and immediate care.I. Jacobsen, J. O. Andreasen.
* Chapter 19. Traumatic Injuries - follow-up and long-term prognosis. J. O. Andreasen, I. Jacobsen.
* Chapter 20. Oral mucous lesions and minor oral surgery. G. Koch.
* Chapter 21. Temporomandibular disorders. T. Magnusson, M. Helkimo.
* Chapter 22. Children with chronic health conditions - implications for oral health. G. Dahllöf, Luc Martens.
* Chapter 23. Dental care for the child and adolescent with disabilities. J. Nunn, G. Klingberg
The second edition of Pediatric Dentistry: A Clinical Approach offers a fully revised and updated review of pediatric dentistry. This important text covers the full spectrum of the subject, basing itself in the clinical practice of the dental treatment of children and adolescents and providing a special emphasis on evidence-based oral health care for young people. Pediatric Dentistry provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of treatment for children, ranging from health promotion and prevention to strategies for systematic and comprehensive oral care.
Pediatric Dentistry: A Clinical Approach follows a logical approach, covering major dental and oral diseases and their diagnosis and management in children and adolescents, including caries, periodontal and endodontic conditions, and TMJ disorders. The book also discusses a number of dental and oral conditions that relate more directly to childhood, such as dental erosion, traumatic injuries to the teeth, pain control, and treatment of physically and mentally disabled children. Topics such as dental, physical, intellectual and emotional development are also thoroughly reviewed.
Pediatric Dentistry will provide students of dentistry, as well as pediatric dentists and dentists involved in the treatment of young patients, with a uniquely clear, comprehensive, and clinical approach to the dental treatment of children and adolescents.