Principles of Dentoalveolar Extractions is a comprehensive, technical text covering the basic sciences and principles of dentoalveolar extractions, exploring both the basic surgical techniques and advanced surgical practices.
Highly illustrated with colour photographs throughout, this text discusses the procedures, pitfalls, and practicalities of exodontia. It highlights the most common surgical principles encountered in clinical practice, the range of surgical instruments available, and how to manage the potential complications associated with extraction procedures. This important text:
- Focuses solely on dentoalveolar extractions and surgery
- Contains full colour photographs and detailed illustrations to aid learning
- Offers a technical walk-through guide that can be used as a reference prior to surgery
- Includes a Preface written by Professor Andrew A. C. Heggie, AM
Written for dental students, surgical trainees and other dental professionals, Principles of Dentoalveolar Extractions provides a comprehensive and pragmatic review of dentoalveolar extractions.