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كتاب ENDODONTICS Fifth Edition

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تحميل كتاب ENDODONTICS Fifth Edition pdf ENDODONTICS Fifth Edition JOHN I. INGLE, DDS, MSD Lecturer, Department of Endodontics Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Formerly Dean and Professor of Endodontics and Periodontics School of Dentistry University of Southern California Formerly Professor and Chairman of Endodontics and Periodontics School of Dentistry, University of Washington Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics and American Board of Periodontology Seattle,Washington LEIF K. BAKLAND, DDS Professor and Chairman, Department of Endodontics Associate Dean, Advanced Education Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics Loma Linda, California ACKNOWLEDGMENTS A number of years ago, I (JII) served on a committee to select a new dean for a school of medicine. The committee was made up mostly of physicians. I was the only dentist. The meeting started in the traditional way - each participant stating their name and specialty. When it came to my turn, I gave my specialty as endodontics. “Endodontics,” said the neurosurgeon, “What in the world is endodontics?” “Endodontics,” I explained, “deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the dental pulp.” “You mean inside the tooth?” he inquired. “I guess you could say that.” I answered. He uttered an expletive and declared that endodontics had to be the ultimate in limited specialties. Over the years I've thought many times of this encounter. How could one write 900 pages about the inside of the tooth? And yet, we have. Because it deserves it! We have realized for a long time that one person could not be an expert in all phases of this limited, yet demanding discipline. For that reason we have mustered an assembly of world experts, each enjoying an international reputation in their particular area of expertise, be it microanatomy, pathology, pharmacology, microbiology, radiography, anesthesiology, pain management, canal preparation and obturation, trauma, surgery, bleaching, pediatric endodontics, whatever. We are very proud of our contributing authors, and to them we owe an endearing debt of gratitude. And you~ the reader should as well, for they bring you the finest, stated honestly and unsparingly! Once again, I (JII) acknowledge the genuine assistance and loving care I have received from my wife of 62 years - Joyce Ingle.How fortunate I have been.And likewise, I (LKB) thank my wife. Grete, for her understanding when I spent numerous hours reading and writing. At Loma Linda University, we wish to express our gratitude to the individuals who helped with the graphics: Richard Tinker and Richard Cross. and the secretaries who so carefully worked on the text: Luci Denger, Dawn Pellerin, and Marjorie Sweet.Without their care and dedication, this book would still be just a dream. At the University of Southern California, we gratefully acknowledge the expertise of Frank Mason, Associate Professor and Director of the School of Dentistry library and his associates. Special thanks to Ron and Mary Prottsman for their wonderful indexes. In addition, we are indebted to Brian Decker, Peggy Dalling and the entire team at BC Decker Inc for their hard work involved in the preparation of this material. vi This book was begun at Snee-oosh Beach, a quiet retreat overlooking Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands.At Snee-oosh it is possible to escape from complex civilization, and to concentrate upon the job at hand—writing a text. Hard by Snee-oosh is an old Indian trail called PULL AND BE DAMNED ROAD. One can hardly imagine a more fitting location while writing a text on the pulpless tooth than nearby PULL AND BE DAMNED ROAD, for “Pull and be damned” could well be the motto of the dental profession from its inception. PULL AND BE DAMNED ROAD goes down to the shores of Skagit Bay an inside passage of the gentle Pacific leading ominously to DECEPTION PASS. This delusive inlet which 50 easily deceived the early explorers reminds us how our profession has practiced self-deception over the years. Unfortunately, many pass into the “pull and be damned”' deceptive phase of dental practice, never to return. Inside DECEPTION PASS, however, lies HOPE ISLAND, a symbol of the future. HOPE we must have, coupled with resolve. HOPE that the future of dentistry will noticeably improve. HOPE that an enlightened profession will be guided by the concept of retention and rehabilitation of the dental apparatus. HOPE for the rejection of “oral amputation.” .

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