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AUTHOR: Martin Gross
EDITION: 1st / 2015
This clinically oriented book provides an overview of current concepts and clinical practices for managing occlusion in restorative dentistry.
This exhaustive book provides an overview both of current scholarly concepts and of contemporary clinical practices for managing occlusion in restorative dentistry. With an emphasis on clinical historical context, the book explains the rationale behind treatment concepts and provides evidence-based protocols for simple treatments (e.g. single restorations) to the most involved cases (e.g. fixed and removable prostheses). Featuring overviews of the relevant biological systems and the fundamentals of occlusion as well as pertinent contemporary cases presented by their original practitioners, this book offers detailed, up-to-date information on all aspects of occlusion and oral rehabilitation.
Martin Gross graduated BDS, LDS at Guys Hospital Dental School, University of London in 1971. He obtained his Masters in Prosthodontics at Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago in 1974. Private practice London—Registrar Guys Hospital. Faculty TAU Dental school departments of occlusion and department of prosthodontics 1978-2009. Specialist in Prosthodontics. Associate Clinical Professor in Oral Rehabilitation. Director of Postgraduate Specialty program TAU 1997-2009. Served as president of the International College of Prosthodontists 2011-2013. Currently involved in clinical research and private practice.