2: Basic knowledge
4: In the emergency department
5: In the clinic
6: In theatre
7: On the ward
8: Essential skills
9: Oral medicine
11: Commonly used drugs and dental materials
12: People with whom you will be working
13: Eponyms and maxillofacial syndromes
Now in its second edition, the Oxford Handbook of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery has been fully updated to reflect current guidelines, with new images and annotated x-rays to support the text.
Split into sections based on clinical areas, vital knowledge is distilled into bullets and summary boxes for quick and easy reference. Covering all common complaints likely to arise in everyday duties alongside a dedicated emergencies section, this handbook ensures all trainees from both medical and dental backgrounds, specialist nurses, and medical students gain a solid understanding of oral and maxillofacial surgical presentations, practices, and procedures.
• Packed with practical and concise information on this fast-growing specialty
• Vital knowledge is split into sections based on clinical areas, to help the reader focus on critical information
• Contains a dedicated section on emergencies
New to this Edition:
• Fully rewritten to reflect current guidelines and research
• More summary boxes for a concise, easy-to-use reference guide
• New and updated images, including new annotated x-rays to aid comprehension
• More information for graduates and trainees who have a primarily dental background
• Luke Cascarini, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Head and Neck Surgeon, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK.
• Clare Schilling, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, London, UK.
• Ben Gurney, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Royal Surrey County Hospital Guildford, UK.
• Peter Brennan, Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK