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Sakaguchi, J. This text has made a subject that many of us struggle to grasp not only manageable but dare I say The thirteenth edition of this informative classic textbook proved to be a comprehensive resource written to aid understanding of the scientific basis of the dental materials we use on a daily basis as clinicians. This edition has been extensively rewritten since it was first published in in order to include recent advances in dental biomaterial science to remain relevant to current dental practice. As a result the book is of interest to clinicians, biomaterial scientists and engineers alike. In addition to the concise and well-written textbook there is an accompanying website which provides additional illustrations, graphics and mind-maps, supplementing the chapters of the text. The 16 chapters of this book are logically set out and are divided into manageable sections.
The chapters dealing with various restorative materials such as amalgam, composites, glass ionomers, ceramics, and direct and indirect gold restorations have been given a detailed insight with suggestion of innovative bits and hints of information based on the clinical experience and knowledge of the authors.
The description of cavity designs for various restorative materials is exhaustive, informative, and meticulous, especially with reference to internal features of cavity and cavo-surface treatment. Ideal treatment involves selecting intelligent alternatives without bypassing biologic, mechanical, functional, and esthetic requirements, and this aspect has been carefully depicted in relation to all restorative materials and tooth preparations.
The neophyte student and the practitioner will benefit from the practical tips and suggestions given by the authors.
New concepts based on advances in biomaterials are presented with valid techniques. The textbook is well illustrated with eye-catching color diagrams and apt explanations and information, which enables the student and the clinician to predict success with greater certainty. Apart from color plates and clinical photographs, the book also has some good photomicrographs wherever necessary.
A feature is the presentation of important points highlighted in color blocks, along with a self-assessment section in each chapter, which are novel and very useful for the student.
Addition of chapters 29 to 32 is a welcome feature to make the textbook complete with latest thoughts on aesthetic dentistry, bleaching, and use of lasers in conservative dentistry.
The authors have evaluated the current literature and provided a distillate of information pertinent to current clinical practice in conservative dentistry.
This is a well-written, informative, and comprehensive textbook of immense value to everyone involved in tooth preparation for long-term service and oral health. In addition to the concise and well-written textbook there is an accompanying website which provides additional illustrations, graphics and mind-maps, supplementing the chapters of the text.
The 16 chapters of this book are logically set out and are divided into manageable sections.
The first seven chapters cover the background of dental material science, discussing the role of dental materials, the oral environment, design criteria, testing of materials, biocompatibility and the broad classes of biomaterial of interest in dentistry.
The subsequent chapters explore different classes of relevant biomaterials in finer detail.
The scientific basis of materials such as composite, ceramics, metal alloys, impression mediums and adhesives are addressed in a manner that is both informative and engaging. The fourteenth chapter in this text is brand new to this edition and explores digital imaging and processing techniques and the materials essential for this method.
A strength of this text book is that it not only provides scientific information in isolation but also explores the application of these materials and discusses relevant clinical studies keeping the evidence-based nature of dental treatment at the fore.
Chapters on tissue engineering and dental implants highlight the innovative nature of dental material science and how it is changing modern dental practice. I feel this book is of particular merit, as it manages to impart the fundamental knowledge required to develop a solid understanding of dental material science whilst also addressing more challenging concepts.
Coloured illustrations and photographs provided throughout this book complement the text and highlight key points made throughout the chapter.