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Scott B. McClanahan / Ronald Ordinola Zapata (Hrsg.)

Seltzer and Bender’s Dental Pulp Revisited

Voraussichtliches Erscheinen: November 2024
1. Auflage 2024
Hardcover; 21.6 x 27.9 cm, 500 Seiten, 600 Abbildungen
Sprache: Englisch
Kategorie: Endodontie

Artikelnr.: 14231
ISBN 978-1-64724-188-9

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The dental pulp is a complex tissue that, while tiny, can have huge consequences in terms of pain, disease, and overall oral health. This book explores the intricacies of the pulp-dentin complex and its biologic interrelationships with other tissues and disease states. For many years Seltzer and Bender’s has served as the singular authoritative source for all things dealing with the pathology of the dental pulp and periradicular tissues, and this fully updated edition continues that legacy. The authors were keen to include the absolute most current scientific information, focus the content on clinical correlations, and revise the text to be as engaging as possible for targeted use in graduate endodontic education, and they accomplish all of those goals in this landmark text. A must-read for all endodontic residents and students, and a great reference text for practicing endodontists.

Chapter 01. The Dentin-Pulp Complex
Chapter 02. Dentin Formation and Repair
Chapter 03. Circulation of the Pulp
Chapter 04. Dental Innervation and Its Responses to Injury
Chapter 05. Pain Pathways and Mechanisms of the Dentin-Pulp Complex
Chapter 06. Endodontic Microbiology
Chapter 07. Molecular Mediators of Pulpal Inflammation
Chapter 08. Interrelationship of the Pulp and Apical Pathosis
Chapter 09. Pharmacologic Control of Dental Pain
Chapter 10. Caries, Restorative Dentistry, and the Pulp
Chapter 11. Stem Cells and Regeneration of the Dentin-Pulp Complex
Chapter 12. Pulpal and Periodontal Disease Interrelationships
Chapter 13. Root Resorption
Chapter 14. Aging of the Dentin-Pulp Complex
Chapter 15. Odontogenic versus Nonodontogenic Differential Diagnosis of Toothache
Chapter 16. Interrelationship of the Pulpal and Periapical Tissues and Systemic Disease
Chapter 17. Morphology


Scott B. McClanahan DDS, MS

Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika

Ronald Ordinola Zapata DDS, MS, PhD

Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika