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AuthorWolf, Herbert F.
Color atlas of dental hygiene. Periodontology / Herbert F.Wolf, Thomas M. Hassell ; forewords by Gail L. Aamodt and Susan J.Jenkins.
Stuttgart ; New York : Thieme, c2006.

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Descriptionxi, 339 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 31 cm. + tooth identification card (31 x 11 cm.).
NoteIncludes bibliographical references (p. 333-335) and index.
CONTENTSPeriodontal Diseases -- The Clinical Course of Untreated Periodontitis -- Periodontitis-Concepts of Therapy -- Structural Biology -- Gingiva -- Epithelial Attachment -- Connective Tissue Attachment -- Root Cementum -- Osseous Support Apparatus -- Blood Supply of the Periodontium -- Innervation of the Periodontium -- The Coordinated Functions of the Periodontal Structures -- Etiology and Pathogenesis -- Periodontitis-A Multifactorial Disease -- Microbiology -- Biofilm-Plaque Formation on Tooth and Root Surfaces -- Supragingival Plague -- Natural Factors Favoring Plaque Retention -- Iatrogenic Factors Favoring Plaque Retention -- Subgingival Plaque -- Bacterial Invasion Into Tissue? -- Classification of Oral Microorganisms -- Cell Walls of Gram-positive and Gram-negative Bacteria -- Periodontitis-Classical or Opportunistic Infection? -- Putative Periodontopathic Bacteria -- Virulence Factors -- Virulence Transfer -- Marker Bacteria in Periodontitis -- Pathogenic "Single Fighters" vs. Pathogenic Complexes? -- Endotoxins-Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) -- Interaction Between LPS and the Host -- Pathogenesis-Reactions and Defense Capabilities of the Host -- New Concepts of Pathogenesis - Therapeutic and Diagnostic Consequences -- Host Response-Mechanisms and "Participants" -- Non-specific, Congenital Immunity-the First Line of Defense -- Specific, Acquired Immunity-the Second Line of Defense -- Components of the Immune System-Summary -- Interactions Between Non-specific and Specific Immunity -- Regulatory Cell Surface Molecules: Markers, Receptors -- Cytokines -- Eicosanoids-Prostaglandins and Leukotrienes -- Enzymatic Mechanisms-Matrix Metalloproteinases -- Risk for Periodontitis-the Susceptible Host -- Genetic Risk Factors-Diseases, Defects, Variations -- Alterable Risk Factors, Modifying Co-Factors -- Pathogenesis I. Initial Inflammatory Reactions -- Pathogenesis II. Histology -- Pathogenesis III. Molecular Biology -- Attachment Loss I. Destruction of Connective Tissue -- Attachment Loss II. Bone Resorption -- Pathogenesis-Clinical Features: From Gingivitis to Periodontitis -- Cyclic Course of Periodontitis -- Periodontal Infections and Systemic Diseases -- Etiology and Pathogenesis-Summary -- Papilla Bleeding Index-PBI -- Periodontal Indices -- Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs-CPITN -- Periodontal Screening and Recording-PSR -- Epidemiology -- Epidemiology of Gingivitis -- Epidemiology of Periodontitis -- WHO Studies -- Disease Entities and Diagnosis -- Types of Plaque-associated Periodontal Diseases -- Gingivitis-Periodontitis -- Classification of Periodontal Diseases-Nomenclature -- Gingivitis -- Histopathology -- Clinical Symptoms -- Mild Gingivitis -- Moderate Gingivitis -- Severe Gingivitis -- Ulcerative Gingivitis/Periodontitis -- Histopathology -- Clinical Symptoms-Bacteriology -- Ulcerative Gingivitis (NUG) -- Ulcerative Periodontitis (NUP) -- Ulcerative Gingivoperiodontitis-Therapy -- Hormonally Modulated Gingivitis -- Severe Pregnancy Gingivitis-Gravid Epulis -- Pregnancy Gingivitis and Phenytoin -- Periodontitis -- Pathobiology-The Most Important Forms of Periodontitis -- Type II -- Type III B -- Type III A -- Type IV B -- Pathomorphology-Clinical Degree of Severity -- Pockets and Loss of Attachment -- Intra-alveolar Defects, Infrabony Pockets -- Furcation Involvement -- Histopathology -- Additional Clinical and Radiographic Symptoms -- Chronic Periodontitis-Mild to Moderate -- Chronic Periodontitis-Severe -- Aggressive Periodontitis-Ethnic Contributions? -- Aggressive Periodontitis-Acute Phase -- Aggressive Periodontitis-Initial Stage -- Prepubertal Periodontitis-PP (Aggressive Periodontitis) -- Oral Pathologic Alterations of Gingiva and Periodontium -- Primarily Gingival Alterations (Type I B) -- Gingival and Periodontal Alterations (Type IV A/B) -- Phenytoin-Induced Gingival Overgrowth -- Dihydropyridine-induced Gingival Overgrowth -- Cyclosporine-induced Gingival Overgrowth -- Gingival Hyperplasia Following Combined Drug Therapies -- Benign Tumors-Epulis -- Benign Tumors-Fibrosis, Exostosis -- Malignant Tumors -- Gingivosis/Pemphigoid -- Pemphigus vulgaris -- Lichen planus: Reticular and Erosive -- Leukoplakia, Pre-Cancerous Lesions-Oral Granulomatosis -- Herpes-Herpetic Gingivostomatitis -- Periodontitis with Systemic Diseases (Type IV)-Diabetes Type I and Type II -- Periodontitis Associated with Systemic Diseases (Type IV B) Down Syndrome, Trisomy 21, "Mongolism" -- Pre-pubertal Periodontitis Associated with Systemic Disease Papillon-Lefevre Syndrome (Type IV B) -- Papillon-Lefevre Syndrome-"An Exception for Every Rule" -- HIV Infection-AIDS -- HIV Disease-Epidemiology -- Classification and Clinical Course of HIV Disease -- Oral Manifestations of HIV Disease -- Bacterial Infections in HIV -- Fungal Infections -- Viral Infections -- Neoplasms -- HIV-Associated Lesions of Unknown Etiology -- Invasion and Replication of the HI Virus-Hurdles for Systemic Medical Treatment -- Treatment of the HIV Patient-Pharmacologic Aspects -- HIV-Treatment of Opportunistic Infections -- Infection Prevention and Post-exposure Prevention-The Dental Team -- Treatment of HIV-Periodontitis -- Gingival Recession -- Fenestration and Dehiscence of the Alveolar Bone -- Clinical Symptoms -- Recession-Localized -- Recession-Generalized -- Clinical Situations Resembling Recession -- Recession-Diagnosis -- Measurement of Recession (Jahnke) -- Classification of Recession (Miller) -- Consequences of Recession -- Data Collection-Diagnosis-Prognosis -- Data Collection-Examinations -- General Patient Health History -- Special Patient Health History -- Classic Clinical Findings -- Pocket Probing-Probing Depth, Clinical Attachment Loss -- Pocket Probing-Periodontal Probes -- Pocket Probing Depths-Interpretation of the Measured Values -- Furcation Involvement-Horizontal and Vertical Furcation Invasion -- Tooth Mobility-Functional Analysis -- Radiography -- Additional Diagnosis-Tests -- Microbial Diagnosis-Test Methods -- Microbial Pocket Diagnosis-Dark Field and Phase Contrast Microscopy -- Microbial Pocket Diagnosis-Cultures -- New Diagnostic Tests-Evaluation -- Molecular Biological Tests -- Bacterial Probe Test-Practical IAI Pado Test -- DNA/RNA Probe Tests-IAI Pado Test 4.5 -- Immunological Tests-Antigen-Antibody Reactions -- Enzymatic Bacterial Tests-BANA Test -- Tests of the Host Response-Risks -- Genetic Risk-Test for IL-1 Gene Polymorphism -- IL-1 Gene Test-Technique, Evaluation -- Risk Factor IL-1-positive Genotype-Additional Risk Factors -- Poor Oral Hygiene as a Risk Factor-Bleeding on Probing (BOP) -- Periodontal Risk Assessment-Individual Risk Profile -- Diagnostic Data Collection-Periodontal Charting, I and II -- Computer-Enhanced Charting-the Florida Probe System -- Diagnosis -- Prognosis -- Prevention-Prophylaxis -- Maintenance of Health and Prevention of Disease -- Definition: Prevention-Prophylaxis -- Prevention of Gingivitis and Periodontitis -- Therapy -- Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases -- Therapeutic Concepts and Techniques -- Therapy-Problems -- Periodontitis-Therapeutic Goals, Therapeutic Outcomes -- Periodontal Wound Healing -- Wound Healing and Regeneration-Possibilities -- Treatment Planning-Sequence of Treatment -- Pre-phase-Systemic Health, Oral Hygiene -- Phase 1. Causal, Antimicrobial, Anti-infectious -- Phase 2. Surgical, Corrective -- Phase 3. Preventive, Anti-infectious, "Life Long" -- General Course of Therapy-Individual Planning -- Systemic Pre-phase -- Evaluation-Can the Patient be Safely Treated? -- Bacteremia-Endocarditis Prophylaxis -- Dental Procedures Carrying the Risk of Bacteremia -- Diabetes mellitus (DM)-Risk Factor for Periodontitis -- Smoking-An Alterable Risk Factor -- Emergency Treatment --
Phase 1 Therapy -- Case presentation-Motivation-Information -- Initial Treatment 1-Oral Hygiene by the Patient -- Motivation-Gingival Bleeding -- Plaque Disclosing Agents -- Toothbrushes -- Toothbrushing Technique -- The Solo Technique-A Different Way to Brush Your Teeth -- Electric Toothbrushes -- Interdental Hygiene -- Dentifrice -- Chemical Plaque Control-"Soft Chemo" Prevention -- Irrigators -- Oral Hygiene for Halitosis-Tongue Cleansing -- Possibilities, Successes and Limitations of Oral Hygiene -- Initial Treatment 1-Creating Conditions that Enhance Oral Hygiene -- Supragingival Tooth Cleaning-Power-driven Instruments... -- ...and their Use -- Supragingival Tooth Cleaning-Hand Instruments, Prophy Pastes... -- ...and their Use -- Creation of Conditions that Enhance Oral Hygiene-Removal of Iatrogenic Irritants -- Correction of Iatrogenic Irritants-Bridge Pontics -- Removal of Natural Plaque-retentive Areas-Odontoplasty of Grooves, Depressions, Irregularities -- Reduction of Natural Plaque-retentive Areas-Crowding: Morphologic Odontoplasty -- Treatment of Plaque-elicited Gingivitis -- Gingivitis Treatment -- Initial Treatment 2 "Closed", Subgingival Therapy -- Non-Surgical, Anti-Infectious Therapy-Goals of Treatment -- Antimicrobial Therapy-Combating the Reservoir -- Root Planing-With or without Curettage? -- Closed Therapy-Indication, Instrumentation -- Hand Instruments for Scaling and Root Planing-Curettes -- Powered Instruments for Debridement -- Gracey Curettes-Areas of Use -- Hand Instruments for Special Problems-Curettes -- Practical Scaling Technique with Gracey Curettes-Systematic Approach -- Instrument Sharpening -- Manual Sharpening of Hand Instruments -- Automated Sharpening -- Subgingival Debridement-Closed Root Cleaning -- Closed Therapy in Quadrant 1... -- ...and in the Rest of the Dentition -- Limitations of Closed Therapy -- Possibilities and Limitations of Closed Therapy -- FMT-"Full Mouth Therapy" -- FMT-Instrumental/Mechanical and... -- ...Pharmacologic Therapy -- FMT-Radiographic Results -- FMT-Statistical/Numerical Results -- Medications -- Anti-Infectious Supportive Therapy-Antibiotics in Periodontitis Therapy -- Decision-Making Criteria-When to Use Antibiotics? -- Antibiotics-Bacterial Sensitivity and Resistance -- Systemic Versus Local (Topical) Antimicrobial Therapy -- Local (Topical) Antimicrobial Therapy-"Controlled Release Drugs" (CRD) -- Host Response/Reaction-Modulating Substances -- Phase 2 Therapy-Corrective Phase: Summary-Periodontal and Mucogingival Surgery -- Purposes and Goals of Periodontal Surgery -- Patient Selection -- Factors that Influence the Treatment Result -- Methods of Periodontal Surgery and their Indications -- Principles of Various Treatment Modalities-Advantages and Disadvantages -- Pre-operative Treatment-Post-operative Care -- Furcation Involvement-Furcation Treatment -- Therapeutic Possibilities for Various Cases -- Furcation Involvement-Classifications -- Furcation Involvement, F2, in the Maxilla-Furcationplasty -- Phase 3 Therapy Periodontal Maintenance Therapy-Recall -- Recall in the Dental Practice-Recall Effect -- Recall-Continuous Risk Management -- The "Recall Hour"-Practical Periodontal Maintenance Therapy -- Dental Hygienist and Dentist-The "Preventive Team" -- Auxiliary Personnel and Treatment Needs -- Failures-Lack of Periodontal Maintenance Therapy -- Negative Results of Therapy -- Hypersensitive Dentin -- Dental Implants-Implant Therapy -- Determinative Diagnostic Criteria -- Therapeutic Concepts-Therapeutic Results -- Recall-Management of Implant Problems -- Geriatric Periodontology?: The Periodontium in the Elderly -- Age-related Changes-Influence Upon Treatment Planning -- Classification of Periodontal Diseases -- Most Recent Re-Classification of Periodontal Diseases (1999) -- Acknowledgments for Figures.
SUMMARY"This richly-illustrated book brings today's dental hygienists and dental hygiene educators the most comprehensive coverage of contemporary periodontology. Increasingly, the dental hygienist is being called upon for a much broader range of patient-care activities, both diagnostic and therapeutic. This new book will keep today's hygienist up-to-date, and prepare tomorrow's hygienist for ever greater responsibilities. In addition, this atlas also provides complete coverage of intraoral pathologic lesions, including those attendant to HIV/AIDS, medication side effects, occlusal disharmonies, and genetically-based disorders." "Important chapters in this new book: Periodontal diseases in the elderly ("geriatric periodontology"), Systemic and topical medications, slow-release drugs, Latest diagnostic possibilities and tests, Evaluation of patients for "risk factors". For dental hygienists and educators, this book is an indispensable first-line resource for achieving confidence in providing the best patient care possible. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
SubjectPeriodontics -- Atlases.
Other AuthorHassell, Thomas M.
ISBN or ISSN3131417617 (Stuttgart: sc)
1588904407 (New York : sc)
9781588904409 (New York : sc)
9783131417619 (Stuttgart : sc)
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