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A Clinical Guide to Advanced Minimum Intervention Restorative Dentistry, 1st Edition

ISBN: 9780443109713
ISBN: 9780443109713
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As restorative dentistry shifts from a focus on core surgical procedures to the patient and their unique needs and values, this new book from acclaimed restorative dentistry expert Professor Avijit Banerjee is designed to support implementation of holistic patient care for long-term oral and dental health.

The Guide to Advanced Minimum Intervention Restorative Dentistry describes the entire clinical journey through the minimum intervention oral healthcare delivery framework, with an emphasis on long term, risk-related, prevention-based care. It presents a blend of clinical and scientific evidence-based clinical protocols to guide the practitioner through the four domains of minimum intervention oral care – identifying disease, prevention / control, minimally invasive operative interventions, and review / re-assessment / active surveillance.

Written in an engaging contemporary style and easy to navigate, this important book is suitable for all members of the team, from undergraduates to experienced primary care practitioners and specialists alike.

Key Features
  • Suitable for all oral healthcare team members
  • Written in a concise, easy-to-read style with tables, flowcharts, illustrations, clinical images and bulleted lists
  • Blends clinical and scientific evidence, with clinical cases to support practice
  • Well-illustrated clinical guide of step-by-step protocols for learning and practising minimally invasive operative care, progressed from the pioneering work of HM Pickard
  • Includes practical dental disease prevention and control strategies
  • Covers the latest dental biomaterials and operative technologies
  • Contemporary approaches to dental caries management – selective caries removal, adhesion and sealed restorations
  • Long term maintenance of functional tooth-restoration complex using the “5Rs” minimally invasive clinical protocols
  • Self-assessment tasks and references throughout to support personal learning


Cover image
Title page
CHAPTER 1 Dental Hard Tissue Pathologies
1.1 Dental Caries
1.2 Toothwear
1.3 Dental Trauma
1.4 Developmental Defects
1.5 Causes of Tooth DiscoloUration
Section 1 Minimum Intervention Oral Care (MIOC) – Clinical Domain 1
CHAPTER 2 MIOC Domain 1: Identifying Clinical Problems
2.1 Introduction: Minimum Intervention Oral Care and Minimally Invasive Dentistry
2.2 Detection/Identification
2.3 Taking a Verbal History
2.4 Physical Examination
2.5 Caries Detection
2.6 Toothwear: Clinical Detection
2.7 Dental Trauma: Clinical Detection
2.8 Developmental Defects: Clinical Detection
CHAPTER 3 MIOC Domain 1: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Personalised Care Planning
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Diagnosing Dental Pain, ‘Toothache’
3.3 Caries Risk/Susceptibility Assessment (CRSA)1
3.4 Diagnosing Toothwear
3.5 Diagnosing Dental Trauma and Developmental Defects
3.6 Prognostic Indicators
3.7 Formulating a Risk-Related, Personalised Care Plan
Section 2 Minimum Intervention Oral Care (MIOC) – Clinical Domain 2
CHAPTER 4 MIOC Domain 2: Disease Control and Lesion Prevention
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Caries Control and Lesion Prevention
4.3 Toothwear Control and Lesion Prevention
Section 3 Minimum Intervention Oral Care (MIOC) – Clinical Domain 3
CHAPTER 5 MIOC Domain 3: Minimally Invasive Operative Dentistry
5.1 Clinical Management Guidelines
5.2 The Dental Surgery, Clinic or Office
5.3 Infection Prevention and Control/Personal Protective Equipment
5.4 Patient Safety and Risk Management
5.5 Dental Aesthetics
5.6 Magnification
5.7 Moisture Control
5.8 Instrumentation in Minimally Invasive Operative Dentistry
5.9 “MI” Operative Management of the Cavitated Carious Lesion
5.10 Pulp Protection
5.11 Dental Matrices
5.12 Temporary/Provisional Restorations
5.13 Principles of Dental Occlusion
CHAPTER 6 MIOC Domain 3: MI Operative Management of the Badly Broken Down Tooth
6.1 Causes of Broken Down Teeth
6.2 Clinical Assessment of Broken Down Teeth
6.3 Intra-coronal Core Restoration
6.4 Clinical Operative Tips
6.5 Design Principles for Indirect Restorations
CHAPTER 7 MIOC Domain 3: Restorative Materials Used in Minimally Invasive Operative Dentistry
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Dental Resin Composites
7.3 Glass-Ionomer Cement
7.4 Resin-Modified Glass-Ionomer Cement and Polyacid-Modified Resin Composite (Compomer)
7.5 Dental Amalgam
7.6 Temporary and Provisional (Intermediate) Restorative Materials
7.7 Calcium Silicate Cements
7.8 Materials and Techniques for Restoring the Endodontically Treated Tooth
CHAPTER 8 MIOC Domain 3: Minimally Invasive Operative Dentistry (MID), a Step-by-Step Clinical Guide
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Preventive Fissure Sealant
8.3 Therapeutic Sealant Restoration/Preventive Resin Restoration: Type 3 ADHESIVE (Enamel Pre-Etch; See Chapter 7)
8.4 Posterior Occlusal Resin Composite Restoration (Class I): Type 3 Adhesive
8.5 Posterior Proximal Restoration (Class II)
8.6 Class III Anterior Restoration: Type 2 ADHESIVE (also seeChapter 5, Fig. 5.51 A–C)
8.7 Anterior Incisal Edge/Labial Veneer Composite (Class IV): Type 3 Adhesive (With Enamel Pre-etch)
8.8 Buccal Cervical Resin Composite Restorations (Class V): Type 2 Adhesive
8.9 Posterior ‘Bonded’ Amalgam Restoration (courtesy Dr G Palmer; also refer to Chapter 7)
8.10 ‘Nayyar Core’ Restoration
8.11 Direct Fibre-Post/Resin Composite Core Restoration
8.12 Dentine Bonding Agents/Adhesives: A Step-by-Step Practical Guide for Use
8.13 Checking the Final Restoration
8.14 Patient Instructions
Section 4 Minimum Intervention Oral Care (MIOC) – Clinical Domain 4
CHAPTER 9 MIOC Domain 4: Clinical Re-assessment, Recall and Maintenance of the Tooth-Restoration Complex
9.1 Active Surveillance of the Patient/Course of Disease
9.2 Restoration Failure
9.3 Tooth Failure
9.4 Managing the Failing Tooth-Restoration Complex: The ‘5Rs’
CHAPTER 10 MIOC Implementation: Personalised Care Management Pathways
10.1 MIOC Framework: Summary
10.2 Care Management Pathways: Clinical Scenarios