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Links to third party websites are provided by Oxford in good faith and for information only. Oxford disclaims any responsibility for the materials contained in any third party website referenced in this work. Preface to the Dental students are introduced to real live patients at an early stage of their undergraduate course in order to fulfil the requirements for clinical training, with the result that they are expected to absorb a large quantity of information in a relatively short time.
This is often compounded by clinical allocations to different specialities on different days, or even the same day. However, it is hoped that the usefulness of this idea will not cease on graduation, particularly with the introduction of Vocational Training.
We also hope that there will be much of value for the hospital trainee struggling towards FDS. The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry contains those useful facts and practical tips that were stored in our white coat pockets as students and then postgraduates; initially on scraps of paper, but as the collection grew, transferred into notebooks to give a readily available reference source.
The dental literature already contains a great number of erudite books which, for the most part deal exclusively, in some depth, with a particular branch or aspect of dentistry. The aim of this handbook is not to replace these specialist dental texts, but rather to complement them by distilling together theory and practical information into a more accessible format.
In fact, reference is made to sources of further reading where necessary. Although the authors of this handbook are not the specialized authorities usually associated with dental textbooks, we are still near enough to the coal-face to provide, we hope, some useful practical tips based on sound theory.
We were fortunate whilst compiling this handbook in being able to draw on the expertise of many colleagues; the contents, however, remain our sole responsibility. The format of a blank page opposite each page of text has been plagiarized from the other Oxford handbooks. This gives space for the reader to add his own comments and updates.
Please let us know of any that should be made available to a wider audience. We hope that the reader will find this book to be a useful addition to their white coat pocket or a companion to the BNF in the surgery.
Review from previous edition: "Dental students are going to love this book!
As a recent graduate I can say that dental students love this book and have done so since the first edition. Now, as hospital trainees, this book is still in all our bags.