"The aim of the book, and its predecessor, is to highlight the importance and demonstrate the manner in which careful treatment planning of each patient's requirements can lead to greater 'predictability and excellence' with treatment outcomes. As with all publications from the Quintessence publishing company, this book is beautifully illustrated with superb intra-oral and clinical photographs, and is comparable with any 'coffee table' book one may find in an elegant home. [...] Overall, the book offers a great deal of information, together with beautiful dental photography. It provides an opportunity to improve one's treatment planning abilities and to learn from the experiences of master clinicians. It is a commendable achievement by the editor and will serve as a worthwhile resource for the profession."
Dominic Belcastro; Alpha Omegan (December 2012)
"Exploring the essentials of Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning, Volume II is another remarkable journey into interdisciplinary treatment planning. From patient concerns to data collections, through to the thought processes that went into developing the master plan, and ultimately to the resolution of the initial set of concerns, this text devotes considerable attention to the diagnostic phase with input from several specialties. The clinician becomes acutely aware of the nuances of and correlations between tooth sizes, tooth position, gingival levels, occlusal status, implant placement, and periodontal condition."
Alex Selby; Australian Orthodontic Journal (November 2012)
"What makes this text work is how well put together it is. The language is clear; the subjects, while complex, are organized very understandably; and the photos add greatly to the discussions. This is an interesting and informative book, and would be a valuable addition to any dental library."
Todd Belfbecker, DMD; Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society (June 2012)
"Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning, Volume II, is a comprehensive and valuable resource that will be retrieved often, for review and guidance, by any dentist or graduate student who makes it part of his or her personal library."
Frank C. Barnashuk, DDS; The New York State Dental Journal (April 2012)