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The Resource Orthodontics : The State of the Art, Harry G. Barrer

Orthodontics : The State of the Art, Harry G. Barrer

Label
Orthodontics : The State of the Art
Title
Orthodontics
Title remainder
The State of the Art
Statement of responsibility
Harry G. Barrer
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DEGRU
Dewey number
617.6/43
Index
no index present
Language note
In English
LC call number
RK521
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Barrer, Harry G
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Orthodontics
Label
Orthodontics : The State of the Art, Harry G. Barrer
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Publication
Copyright
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online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. The Origin of Mammalian Occlusion
  • 2. Emergence of Hominid Oral Mechanisms
  • 3. The Development of Occlusion and Facial Balance
  • 4. The Concept of a Rational Condylar Position
  • 5. A Clinical Concept of Functional Occlusion in Orthodontics: The Missing Comprehensive Answer
  • II. The Interrelationship of Orthodontics and Periodontics
  • 6. Structural and Biochemical Features of the Attachment Apparatus
  • 7. Structural and Biochemical Features of the Attachment Apparatus
  • 8. Tissue Reactions of the Periodontal Ligament as a Factor in Ortho-Perio Treatment
  • 9. Remodeling of the Periodontium during Tooth Movement
  • Frontmatter
  • 10. Clinical Interrelation of Orthodontics and Periodontics
  • 11. Periodontal Problems Associated with Orthodontic Treatment
  • III. The Interrelationship of Orthodontics and Surgery
  • 12. The Organization of Bone and the Mechanism of Calcification
  • 13. The Mechanism of Mineralization
  • 14. Form-Function Relationships of Bone
  • 15. A Rationale for Surgical Correction of Jaw Deformities
  • IV. Adhesives and Bonding in Orthodontics
  • 16. Adhesive Bonding of Various Materials to Hard Tooth Tissues: Tracer Study of Mordant Adsorption on Enamel
  • 17. Adhesion Principles for Orthodontics
  • In Dedication
  • 18. Basic Considerations for Orthodontic Bonding
  • 19. The Scientific Basis for Using Direct Bonding in Orthodontics
  • 20. Indirect Bonding Simplicity in Action
  • 21. Clinical Applications of Direct and Indirect Bonding in Orthodontics
  • V. Growth and Development
  • 22. Mechanisms of Craniofacial Skeletal Growth
  • 23. Mechanisms of Craniofacial Growth
  • 24. The Biology of Tooth Eruption
  • 25. The Fibroblast Migration Hypothesis of Tooth Eruption with a Note on the Tissue-Fluid Pressure Hypothesis
  • 26. The Heritability of Malocclusion: Implications for the Orthodontic Practitioner
  • Foreword
  • 27. A Discussion of the Heritability of Malocclusion
  • VI. Tissue Reaction in Orthodontics
  • 28. Embryogenesis of the Craniofacial Complex
  • 29. Congenital Craniofacial Malformations: Perspectives in Susceptibility
  • 30. Tissue Reaction and Bone Turnover in Orthodontic Treatment
  • 31. Mechanical and Electrical Effects on Bone and Cartilage Cells: Translation of the Physical Signal into a Biologic Message
  • 32. Syndromology's Message for Craniofacial Biology
  • 33. Syndrome Recognition
  • Preface
  • Prologue
  • Contents
  • Participants
  • I. Occlusion and Function
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781512800289
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
10.9783/9781512800289
Other physical details
222 illus.
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22573/ctv4scw4g
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn979970652
  • (OCoLC)979970652
Label
Orthodontics : The State of the Art, Harry G. Barrer
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. The Origin of Mammalian Occlusion
  • 2. Emergence of Hominid Oral Mechanisms
  • 3. The Development of Occlusion and Facial Balance
  • 4. The Concept of a Rational Condylar Position
  • 5. A Clinical Concept of Functional Occlusion in Orthodontics: The Missing Comprehensive Answer
  • II. The Interrelationship of Orthodontics and Periodontics
  • 6. Structural and Biochemical Features of the Attachment Apparatus
  • 7. Structural and Biochemical Features of the Attachment Apparatus
  • 8. Tissue Reactions of the Periodontal Ligament as a Factor in Ortho-Perio Treatment
  • 9. Remodeling of the Periodontium during Tooth Movement
  • Frontmatter
  • 10. Clinical Interrelation of Orthodontics and Periodontics
  • 11. Periodontal Problems Associated with Orthodontic Treatment
  • III. The Interrelationship of Orthodontics and Surgery
  • 12. The Organization of Bone and the Mechanism of Calcification
  • 13. The Mechanism of Mineralization
  • 14. Form-Function Relationships of Bone
  • 15. A Rationale for Surgical Correction of Jaw Deformities
  • IV. Adhesives and Bonding in Orthodontics
  • 16. Adhesive Bonding of Various Materials to Hard Tooth Tissues: Tracer Study of Mordant Adsorption on Enamel
  • 17. Adhesion Principles for Orthodontics
  • In Dedication
  • 18. Basic Considerations for Orthodontic Bonding
  • 19. The Scientific Basis for Using Direct Bonding in Orthodontics
  • 20. Indirect Bonding Simplicity in Action
  • 21. Clinical Applications of Direct and Indirect Bonding in Orthodontics
  • V. Growth and Development
  • 22. Mechanisms of Craniofacial Skeletal Growth
  • 23. Mechanisms of Craniofacial Growth
  • 24. The Biology of Tooth Eruption
  • 25. The Fibroblast Migration Hypothesis of Tooth Eruption with a Note on the Tissue-Fluid Pressure Hypothesis
  • 26. The Heritability of Malocclusion: Implications for the Orthodontic Practitioner
  • Foreword
  • 27. A Discussion of the Heritability of Malocclusion
  • VI. Tissue Reaction in Orthodontics
  • 28. Embryogenesis of the Craniofacial Complex
  • 29. Congenital Craniofacial Malformations: Perspectives in Susceptibility
  • 30. Tissue Reaction and Bone Turnover in Orthodontic Treatment
  • 31. Mechanical and Electrical Effects on Bone and Cartilage Cells: Translation of the Physical Signal into a Biologic Message
  • 32. Syndromology's Message for Craniofacial Biology
  • 33. Syndrome Recognition
  • Preface
  • Prologue
  • Contents
  • Participants
  • I. Occlusion and Function
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781512800289
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
10.9783/9781512800289
Other physical details
222 illus.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctv4scw4g
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn979970652
  • (OCoLC)979970652

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