Monday, 18 June 2012

New e-books received this week

Orthodontic pearls: a selection of practical tips and clinical expertise /Eliakim Mizrahi (ed). London: Taylor & Francis, c2004.

This outstanding book synthesizes a wealth of information gleaned from both clinical and administrative experiences in orthodontic practice. Contributors from around the world offer a global perspective, including tips, techniques, and practical points to assist in everything from diagnosis and using appliances to patient management.

Dental biomechanics / Arturo N. Natali (ed). London: Taylor & Francis, 2003.

Dental Biomechanics provides a comprehensive, timely, and wide-reaching survey of the relevant aspects of biomechanical investigation within the dental field. Leading the reader through the mechanical analysis of dental problems in dental implants, orthodontics, and natural tooth mechanics, this book covers an increasingly important and popular subject area.

Pickard's manual of operative dentistry / Edwina A.M. Kidd. 8th ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Every dentistry student buys Pickard’s. It’s an essential purchase on all reading lists and is regarded as a classic. However, a new edition of this book is desperately needed; it’s a rapidly developing area particularly with regard to dental materials and techniques.