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Microinvasive Dentistry: Clinical Strategies and Tools
John J Graeber
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Published: December 2020
Edition: 1/e
$94.00

Tooth decay, also known as dental caries or cavities, is a breakdown of teeth due to acids made by bacteria. The cavities may be a number of different colours from yellow to black. Symptoms may include pain and difficulty with eating.

Microinvasive techniques involve preparing the tooth surface with an acid and then either placing a seal on top of the surface or 'infiltrating' the softer demineralised tissue with resins. These newer methods work by installing a barrier either on the tooth surface or within the demineralised tissue to protect it against acids and avoid the further loss of minerals from within the tooth, thus helping to stop the decay. 

This book is a comprehensive guide to techniques, technologies and tools used in microinvasive dentistry.

Divided into four sections, the text begins with an overview of caries and its prevention. The following sections provide in depth discussion on diagnosis through various imaging devices, then different treatment options and technologies. The final section covers future developments including enamel regeneration and photobiomodulation.

Authored by an internationally recognised, New Jersey-based expert in the field, the book is further enhanced by clinical photographs, diagrams and tables.

Key points

  • Comprehensive guide to microinvasive techniques and technologies for diagnosis and management of dental caries
  • Covers diagnostic imaging devices and numerous treatment options
  • Authored by highly experienced, New Jersey-based expert in the field
  • Includes clinical photographs, diagrams and tables

Author information

John J Graeber DMD MAGD MALD FICD
Co Founder, Past President, Academy of Laser Dentistry, Private Practice, New Jersey, USA

Product details
ISBN: 9781909836723
Size: 241x171
Pages: 212
Number of illustrations: 0
Number of images: 0
Cover type: Hardback
Subject area: Dentistry
Readership: Dentists, Trainees
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