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Global Diagnosis: A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
By J. William Robbins DDS MA and Jeffrey S. Rouse DDS
4.0 out of 5 stars (2 Reviews)
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Publisher:  Quintessence Publishing Company
Edition:  1st
Binding:  Hardcover
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Product Description:
Incisal edge position is often considered the most important factor when treating complex restorative patients, yet the incisal edges can be in a perfect position and the final result can still fail due to unacceptable gingival levels. The emphasis in the Global Diagnosis system is to determine the etiology of the aberrant gingival positions prior to treatment. The power of the system is that the diagnosis leads to the treatment plan.

This book explains the Global Diagnosis system and shows how to diagnose and treat patients based on five CORE questions. Subsequent chapters outline treatment options. The final chapter challenges the reader to treatment plan cases based on the five questions and other diagnostic information.

Included is a CD with the CORE template, which allows readers to input diagnostic photographs and information to facilitate record keeping.

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3.0 out of 5 stars.  Ok book., July 17, 2016
By chuck jones
The book is rudimentary but is a good read. I would recommend this for dental students or your basic general practitioner who doesn't have a clue about the subject matter. The book is a bit pricey for the content.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  A new "Dental Bible", March 24, 2016
By MtnMike
I have attended Drs. Robbins and Rouse lectures for over 10 years, and remember the shock and awe I experienced as I learned about "The 5 Questions, negative space, DAE, VME," etc. I have every fantastic CE binder from the courses I have taken yearly since 2004 (the best resources in the industry) on my bookshelves. So, why would I be so jazzed about a new book that covers material discussed in my existing library and stored, deep, in my brain? This is like having our mentor's course notes/binders in front of us with the lectures included for our convenience. (Hmmm, could this ever be converted to an audio book?)

I own the digital copy, The one big problem with this version, is that I can't get it signed when I am in San Antonio at a Rouse course in a couple weeks. The BIG PLUS is that I can read the digital version anywhere, anytime.

PS. I just decided to order the hard copy...I want a signed copy.

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