These are the five Diagnostic Imaging books that you cannot miss

Do you want to learn to interpret radiodiagnostic images to offer the best treatment to your patients? Are you interested in everything related to Digital implantology?, or maybe you are looking for a guide to help you take the best photographs to illustrate your work? Whatever your case, in La Tienda Gaceta Dental we have a book for you.

Five Diagnostic Imaging books: our recommendation

Our specialized bookstore has a catalog of up to 146 titles for all types of specialists and dental professionals, although today we want to introduce you to The five most interesting diagnostic imaging books to stay up-to-date on the latest diagnostic techniques.

“Master of Dental Photography” by Krzysztof Chmielewski (2016)

Dental Photo Master, from the expert in dental photography Krzysztof Chmielewskiis an interesting guide composed of 92 pages that serves as a tool for any professional who performs photographs of their clinical cases or practices.

The author, who runs his own institute for dental photography in the city of Berlin, shows all the possible situations and teaches the reader what the most suitable camera, flash, lens, or aperture settingsas well as the best position to be adopted by the patient to take the photograph.

“Fundamentals of Dental Radiology” by Eric Whaites and Nicholas Drage (2021, 6th edition)

This new edition of “Fundamentals of Dental Radiology” has diverse and interesting news. The authors have not only included, for the first time, the colorbut have incorporated “learning objectives” Y “normal anatomy” sections at the beginning of each chapter self-assessment questions as the culmination of each epigraph, as well as new and updated radiodiagnosis images.

eric waites Y Nicholas Drago take an exhaustive tour of dental radiography over 496 pages, framed in four thematic blocks (“Introduction”, “Radiation physics, equipment and protection against radiation”, “Radiographic technique” and “Radiology”) and a total of 32 chapters. Certainly a should have for all dental professionals.

“Digital implantology”, by Juan Manuel Aragoneses and Raúl Ruiz (2021)

throughout his 32 chapters and its 344 pagesThis work collects the knowledge, experience and particular vision of each of its authors on different topicssuch as CBCT, intraoral scanners, 3D digital impressions, CAD/CAM systems, and digital flow or layout design. scaffolding blender.

The book by Juan Manuel Aragoneses is aimed at all those professionals who want to access and learn about digital implantologyRegardless of your age or career path. In fact, and thanks to the heterogeneous group of authors who participate in the preparation of this book (with very different ages and origins), the reader will be able to feel identified in many of the chapters of this work.

“Introduction to Digital Dentistry”, by José Espona Roig, Lucas Queiroz Caponi, Massimo Gagliani and Miguel Roig (2021)

With a great graphic contentthis recent work shows how efficient digital tools and associated workflows can be.

With 368 pages, its authors have divided the book into six long chapters:

  • “Introduction to Digital Dentistry”.
  • “The digitization of the patient”in which facial and intraoral scanners, upper jaw positioning techniques or occlusal registrations are addressed.
  • “Diagnosis and digital treatment planning”chapter in which the reader will find information on aesthetic analysis, diagnostic wax-up or tooth libraries.
  • “Clinical protocols for prosthodontics and oral surgery”with epigraphs on splints, restorations on teeth, veneers or autotransplants.
  • “Clinical dental ergonomics and relationship with the laboratory”.
  • “Protocols”.

«Occlusal adjustment in implants and natural teeth: 3D occlusion», by Dr. Vicente Jiménez López (2014)

Finally, we recommend «Occlusal adjustment on implants and natural teeth: 3D occlusion». In decalogue formatThe goal of this book is to teach practitioners to diagnose occlusion problems in a methodical, simple and effective way.

The disposition of the information, distributed in 220 pagesIt will allow the reader to see what the smile problems are in each specific case and develop a treatment from the patient’s first visit.

The second part of the book is presented as a self-study plan in which, through real clinical cases treated by the author, the reader must follow the decalogue to find the altered norms.

If there is one thing that makes this book stand out, it is because of the exposure, analysis and study of the etiopathogenesis and pathophysiology of the temporomandibular jointthat facilitate the understanding of many of the situations that arise in the diagnosis and the planning of a correct treatment.

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