2014-11-10 Mosby's Orthodontic Review by Jeryl D. English DDS MS, Sercan Akyalcin DDS MS PhD, Timo Peltomaki DDS MS PhD, Kate Pham-Litschel DDS MS Paperback
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Mosby's Orthodontic Review
By Jeryl D. English DDS MS, Sercan Akyalcin DDS MS PhD, Timo Peltomaki DDS MS PhD and Kate Pham-Litschel DDS MS
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Publisher:  Mosby
Edition:  2nd
Published:  November 10, 2014
Binding:  Paperback
Pages:  368
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Prepare for the NBDE Part II and ABO certification exams the smart way with Mosby’s Orthodontic Review! This comprehensive resource offers a concise review of orthodontic concepts, diagnosis, treatment planning, and clinical treatment — all in a question-and-answer format that is ideal for certification and re-certification exam prep, as well as for clinical practice. Plus, clinical case reports allow you to apply your knowledge to real patient scenarios. This is the only review book designed specifically for orthodontics, making it a must-have for students, residents, general dentists, and orthodontists!

"This book can be highly recommended; it is good value for money and gives a comprehensive overview of the subject. The publication is suitable for general dentist with an interest in orthodontics, postgraduate students of the subject as well as specialists." Reviewed by: European Journal of Orthodontics, March 2015

"..suitable for general dentist with an interest in orthodontics, postgraduate students of the subject as well as specialists." Reviewed by Stephanie Oiknine on behalf of European Journal of Orthodontics, February 2015

" ... this volume for orthodontics is timely." Reviewed by Dr. Niall McGuinness on behalf of Orthodontics, March 2015

  • A practical review makes this book an excellent study tool for the NBDE Part II and the ABO certification exam, helps dentists in general practice and in consultations with orthodontists, and assists experienced orthodontists who wish to review for their recertification and keep up to date with advances in the field.
  • Over 1,000 detailed illustrations — most of them in full color — provide a visual guide to conditions, techniques, diagnoses, and key concepts, and include case study photos showing the progress of treatment from the patient's initial exam to completion.
  • Easy-to-read, question-answer format presents a question such as "What are the perceived disadvantages of early treatment?" which is followed by a detailed answer describing key information.
  • A case-based approach includes many patient scenarios and clinical case reports, reflecting content on the NBDE and ABO certification exams.
  • NEW Appropriate Timing for Correction of Malocclusions chapter addresses craniofacial growth and development and dentitional development, helping select the proper timing of orthodontic treatment for different problems.
  • NEW Vertical Dimensions and Anterior Open Bite chapter covers the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of different types of vertical problems, with case studies varying in the cause and severity of the problems, and with individualized treatment plans based on the functional and skeletal requirements of each patient.
  • NEW Three-Dimensional Update on Clinical Orthodontic Issues chapter addresses the key clinical issues answered with the use of digital models and cone beam CT (CBCT), which is becoming the standard for the investigation of the maxillofacial structures in all three dimensions of the space — especially in orthodontics and maxillofacial surgery.
  • NEW editor Dr. Sercan Akyalcin brings expertise as an award-winning educator and well-respected reviewer for orthodontics journals.
 
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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Very well., May 24, 2017
By Robin
Excellent product, just what I needed for my crusty artisan breads. Best bread product I ever owned, hands down. And at such a reasonable price. so fast, receive it next day . feel good . Kelly needs it , helpful.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, October 30, 2016
By elsa
Excellent book for ndeb or AFK

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars!, August 06, 2016
By Jacob Sword
Great purchase!

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2.0 out of 5 stars.  some major topics in the ABO like embryology, biology of tooth movement, April 21, 2016
By Jay
This book does not cover some of the basic theory required for the ABO exam. For example, some major topics in the ABO like embryology, biology of tooth movement, bio-materials, extractions, canine impactions, root resorption, white spot lesions, presurgical orthodontics etc. are overlooked in the text. Instead, there is an overemphasis on 3D imaging with chapters 5, 25 and 26 dedicated to this topic. Similarly the contents in chapters 12, 20, 24 are never questioned in the exam. Also, I found there is too much overlap between some topics (e.g. functional appliances ch 11 & 13). The chapter 12 on Invisilign system looks as if it is an advertisement sponsored by Align Tech (most of the references in this chapter are from non-peer reviewed sources). Ideally the authors should have provided an unbiased overview of all clear aligners. The chapter on skeletal anchorage (ch 18) is more about conventional palatal implants rather than mini-implants that are often the focus of the ABO exam. The chapter I liked most was the one on craniofacial deformities (Ch 21) which was well written.
Actually, when the second edition of this came out I expected that some of the shortcomings of the first edition would have been corrected. But unfortunately only cosmetic changes to the page layout have been done without rigorous editing of the content. Some of the answers are too wordy and fails to answer the question. For example, one of the questions in chapter 11 is “What are the contraindications to early treatment?” Instead of providing a direct response to this straightforward question, the answer provided by the authors are “early orthodontic treatment is not always necessary or appropriate. Certainly not all orthodontic therapy delivered under the guise of "early treatment" is good treatment, as for example in instances of young patients being treated for extended periods of time with regimens that have ill-defined goals and unpredictable outcomes. In such situations, early treatment may serve only to increase treatment duration and cost; such intervention may result in patient and parental "burnout." Early treatment is not indicated in those instances in which early intervention does not change the environment appreciably for dentofacial development and permanent tooth eruption”. Even wasting time to ready this lengthy essay, I am cannot still find the contraindications for early treatment. 
So my final take: this book may be ONLY used in the initial stages of preparing for the exam for providing an overview of some clinical topics and should NOT be relied as the sole text for the ABO exam.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, November 21, 2015
By dr Raid
it is very goog book

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