Pediatric Orthodontics: Theory and Practice
provides readers (practicing dentists, medical residents, pediatric specialists) with the knowledge to manage cases in regular pediatric orthodontic practice by presenting answers to specific problems related to diagnosis, clinical findings and treatment methods. It is also an essential supplement for the post-graduate student’s dental curriculum. The book’s problem based format allows readers to test and improve their knowledge about relevant topics which include craniofacial growth, facial aesthetics, musculoskeletal structure, occlusal guidance, maxillary transverse discrepancy, dental anomalies, tooth impaction, and, class II and class III malocclusions.
- - easy to understand, topical presentation of information relevant to pediatric orthodontics
- - visual aids for clear explanations (more than 280 figures)
- - unique question-answer / problem based format which allows the reader to quickly focus on a specific area of interest (more than 216 questions)
- - bibliographic references at the end of each chapter