Über den Autor
Angus Cameron is Clinical Associate Professor and Head of Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Sydney.
Treatment planning, growth and developmentrn1 Planning treatment for children 6rn2 Growth and development 8rn3 Child cognitive and psychological development 10rnStrategies for management of the child patientrn4 Behaviour management 12rn5 Aversive conditioning and management of phobia 14rn6 Local analgesia 16rn7 Conscious sedation 18rn8 General anaesthesia 20rn9 Rubber dam 22rn10 Dental radiography 24rnPrevention of caries and erosionrn11 Preventive care for children 26rn12 Topical fluorides I 28rn13 Topical fluorides II 30rn14 Systemic fluoridation and fluoride toxicity 32rn15 Cariology 34rn16 Caries risk assessment and detection 36rn17 Dental erosion 38rnRestorative management in the primary dentitionrn18 Early childhood caries 40rn19 Strip crowns for primary incisors 42rn20 Plastic restorations in primary molars 44rn21 Pulp therapy 46rn22 Crowns for primary molars 48rn23 Management of extensive caries 50rnManagement of fi rst permanent molarsrn24 Preservation of the fi rst permanent molar 52rn25 Molar incisor hypomineralisation 54rnSpace managementrn26 Space maintenance 56rnDento-alveolar traumarn27 Assessment of trauma in children 58rn28 Trauma to primary teeth 60rn29 Crown fractures in permanent teeth 62rn30 Complicated crown and crown/root fractures 64rn31 Non-vital immature teeth 66rn32 Root fractures 68rn33 Luxations and avulsion 70rnPaediatric oral medicine and pathologyrn34 Diagnosis, biopsy and investigation of pathology in children 72rn35 Differential diagnosis of pathology of the jaws 74rn36 Management of odontogenic infections in children 76rn37 Ulcers and vesiculobullous lesions in children 78rn38 Swellings and enlargements of the gingiva 80rn39 Oral pathology in the newborn 82rnDental and oro-facial anomaliesrn40 Premature loss of primary teeth 84rn41 Missing teeth and extra teeth 86rn42 Disorders of tooth shape and size 88rn43 Enamel disorders 90rn44 Disorders of dentine and eruptive defects 92rnManagement of children with special needsrn45 Physical and learning disabilities I 94rn46 Physical and learning disabilities II 96rn47 Bleeding disorders 98rn48 Thalassaemia and other blood dyscrasias 100rn49 Children with congenital heart defects 102rn50 Children with cancer 104rn51 The diabetic child 106rn52 Kidney and liver disease and organ transplantation 108rn53 Prescribing drugs for children 110rnReferences 113rnIndex 115
Paediatric Dentistry at a Glance is the new title in the highly popular at a Glance series. It provides a concise and accessible introduction and revision aid, comprehensively covering all the constituent sub-topics that comprise paediatric dentistry. Following the familiar, easy-to-use at a Glance format, each topic is presented as a double-page spread with facts accompanied by clear diagrams and clinical photographs encapsulating essential knowledge.rnStructured over 7 sections, Paediatric Dentistry at a Glance covers:rn* Physical assessment and treatment planningn* Prevention and management of dental cariesn* Traumatic Injuriesn* Management of children with special health care needsn* Paediatric oral medicine and Pathologyn* Dental and oro-facial anomaliesrnPaediatric Dentistry at a Glance draws together clinical and scientific elements to provide a comprehensive review of comprehensive oral health care for infants and children though adolescence. It is an ideal companion for all students of dentistry, junior clinicians and members of the dental team with an interest in paediatric dentistry.