Fundamentals of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is a classic text on basic oral and maxillofacial surgery focusing on the concepts of the subject. It provides clinical exposure through numerous patient photographs, short videos and sensitizes the students to evidence-based practice. It ensures a comprehensive coverage of skills to diagnose maxillofacial diseases and perform minor oral surgical procedures.
This book provides a strong foundation, has comprehensive coverage of syllabus, and imparts information in format which is easy to understand and remember. This will be invaluable to undergraduate dental students in their clinical years and provide basic knowledge to the postgraduates as well.
Additional chapters on:
Essential and basic topics like Drains, Electrocautery, Cryosurgery, Laser, Injections, Bone Healing, Delayed Union & Malunion which are not available in other contemporary books
Evidence-based oral and maxillofacial surgery, and
Research methodologies and statistical tools with focus on grant writing
Text supported with numerous illustrations and flowcharts for better understanding of concepts
Case-based questions to help students prepare for exams
MCQs with answers at end of each chapter for self-evaluation
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