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Handbook of Instruments in Dentistry


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ISBN: 9789387742833
This book provides information on the common instruments in dentistry and provides complete guidance to the dentist on optimum utilization of the dental instruments in practice. The book aims to facilitate proper execution of skills and achieving better clinical results in dentistry.

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    Handbook of Instruments in Dentistry Instrumentation is an important aspect of surgical and dental clinical practice. Many types of instruments are commercially available but it is a big dilemma for the clinician to decide which one is the best. Choice of the proper instrument and its proper and effective utilization is of immense importance in achieving the clinical results. Most clinicians develop the skill of instrumentation by their own perception, as also the choice of instrument varies from clinician to clinician and depends upon skill and versatility of each individual clinician. This book aims to provide complete guidance to the dentist in effecting an optimum utilization of the instruments facilitating proper execution of skill and achieving better clinical results. Color photographs of instruments and illustrations are followed by the description which will be useful in preclinical procedures and clinical practice.

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    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Year 2018
    Edition 1/e
    Author Purushottam Singh Chauhan
    About the Author Purushottam Singh Chauhan BDS is alumnus of Sharad Pawar Dental College and Hospital,Wardha, Maharashtra.He has been ably assisted, as contributors, by Naveed Khan BDS and Amol Ramchandra Gadbail BDS,MDS,PhD.
    Pages 356
    Subject Dental Sciences
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