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Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. American Academy of Oral Medicine Clinician’s Guide to Treatment of Common Oral Conditions Seventh Edition August 19, 2009 Michael A Siegel, DDS, MS, FDS, RCSEd, Editor Sol Silverman, Jr, MA, DDS, Editor Thomas P Sollecito, DMD, Editor This monograph is intended as a quick reference to the etiologic factors, clinical description, currently accepted therapeutic management, and patient education of the more common oral conditions.
This preview is provided by Google, with the permission of its publishers and authors. The object of this monograph is to address a long recognized need in the armamentarium of dentists by providing a user friendly reference to aid in the anticipation, recognition and management of problems of the medically complex dental patient. The information in this guide will be useful in a private office, as well as in an institutional setting.
This monograph is intended as a quick reference guide to the early detection and management of oral cancer and potentially malignant lesions or conditions. In addition, this monograph discusses aspects of the diagnosis of malignant and potentially malignant facial skin lesions, how to differentiate them from benign lesions, and proper ways to refer patients to the appropriate specialist. The purpose of this monograph is to provide a summary of the influence of aging, systemic disease and its treatments on oral health. This guide will also provide a summary of the etiology, clinical appearance, and treatments of common oral conditions that affect older populations.
This monograph is intended to provide information pertaining to the use of pharmacologic agents that may be used by the dental practitioner in general or specialty practice. The subjects are grouped by either specific classes of therapeutic agent or by pharmacologic concept.
This monograph is intended to provide information pertaining to salivary gland and chemosensory disorders. Areas such as xerostomia, salivary gland disfunction, Sjogren’s Syndrome, hypersalivation, halitosis, and chemosensory disorders will be covered. The information in this guide will be useful in a private office, as well as in an institutional setting.