Pathways of the Pulp, صفحة 297
This outstanding 8th Edition brings the latest techniques and materials developed for root canal work, apical surgery, the restoration of endodontically treated teeth, and infection control. This classic text has set standards in the market with its cutting edge coverage of all requisite topics in endodontics: pulp development, structure and function; pathology; microbiology; knowledge of instrumentation; diagnosis of pulpal disorders; skills important to cleaning and shaping; obturation; surgery; and retreatment. Four new chapters, significantly revised chapters, and 1,000 new illustrations round out this revision.
Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-631-2
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Endodontic Diagnoses and Management
Preparation for Treatment Gerald N Glickman and Roberta Pileggi
Armamentarium and Sterilization Robert E Averbach and Donald J Kleier
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