Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the fully updated third edition of the essential guide for all of those working towards the FRCS OMFS exit exam or the Diploma of Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery (MFDS) assessment, as well as a handy quick reference for consultants working in the field. Providing a concise and structured overview of the current oral and maxillofacial practice, the handbook covers the diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases affecting the mouth, jaws, face, and neck.
Including a combination of clinical photographs and line drawings to aid understanding, the text has been bought in line with new evidence, practice, and revised guidelines, whilst maintaining the clear, user-friendly layout and expert tips of the previous editions.
Table of Contents
1: Trauma, Ian Holland
2: Oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer, Brian Bisase and Cyrus Kerawala
3: Surgical dermatology, Ben Gurney, Roger Currie, and Carrie Newlands
4: Salivary glands, Katherine George and Rafal Niziol
5: Orthognathic, Daljit Dhariwal and Nigel Taylor
6: Craniofacial, David Koppel, Raju Sangra, and Emer Campbell
7: Cleft lip and palate, Simon Van Eden
8: Aesthetics, Helen Witherow and Paul Johnson
9: The temporomandibular joint, Nigel Shaun Matthews and Ben Hechler
10: Surgical principles and oral surgery, Hersh Saxena
11: Oral medicine, Katherine Fleming
12: Eponyms in OMFS, Brian Bisase
13: Other useful facts, Carrie Newlands and Cyrus Kerawala
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