Since the first edition was published, this book has become the standard text for trainees in oral and maxillofacial surgery preparing for their exit examinations (intercollegiate FRCS). This third edition represents a major advance with each chapter thoroughly revised and updated and relevant new topics added, such as robotics, laser resurfacing and face transplantation. Once again, the editors have selected renowned experts from around the world to author the chapters, ensuring that the book continues to reflect international best practices.FeaturesServes as the definitive text of operative oral and maxillofacial surgery, representing best practice in the specialtyContains the contributions of internationally recognized experts with each chapter representing a “how I do it” master classIllustrates subject material in a clear, easy-to-read fashion with color artwork, photographs and scans showing each procedure in detailProvides Vital Source ebook along with print edition, allowing readers to access videos and other electronic components and to download and read the book on a laptop, tablet or other mobile deviceAdds self-test multiple choice questions to each chapter to aid revision and enhance learning for traineesAbout the AuthorJohn D. Langdon is emeritus professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, King’s College London, UK.Mohan Patel is consultant maxillofacial surgeon, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Reading, UK.Robert A. Ord is professor and chair, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.Peter A. Brennan is consultant maxillofacial surgeon and professor of surgery, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK.
Contents:Chapter 1. Imaging techniques, including computed tomography-guided biopsy and fluorodeoxyglucose-positron emission tomographyChapter 2. Ultrasound imaging, including ultrasound-guided biopsyChapter 3. Surgical and other investigationsChapter 4. 3D modelling for head and neck surgeryChapter 5. Tooth extractionChapter 6. Removal of unerupted teethChapter 7. Nerve injuries and repairChapter 8. Surgical endodonticsChapter 9. Cysts of the jaws, face and neckChapter 10. Basic implantology- An American perspectiveChapter 11. Adjunctive office-based techniques for bone augmentation in oral implantologyChapter 12. Basic and advanced implantology- A European perspectiveChapter 13. Major preprosthetic surgery, incorporating implantsChapter 14. Craniofacial implantologyChapter 15. Tissue engineeringChapter 16. Emergency proceduresChapter 17. Reconstructive surgery- Local and pedicled orofacial flapsChapter 18. Pectoralis majorChapter 19. Reconstructive surgery- Harvesting, skin mucosa, bone and cartilageChapter 20. Microvascular surgery- PrinciplesChapter 21. Radial forearm flapChapter 22. Scapula and parascapular flapsChapter 23. Rectus abdominisChapter 24. Latissimus dorsi flapChapter 25. Anterolateral thigh flapChapter 26. Gracilis flapChapter 27. Fibular flapChapter 28. Vascularized iliac crest graftsChapter 29. Facial reanimationChapter 30. Laser: General principlesChapter 31. Computer-assisted reconstruction of the facial skeletonChapter 32. Transoral robotic surgeryChapter 33. Assessment and principles of management of head and neck cancerChapter 34. Percutaneous EndoscopChapter 35. Oral and oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma: Patholoqical assessment of resection specimens and neck dissectionsChapter 36. Access surgeryChapter 37. Excision of skin lesions and orbital and nasal reconstructionChapter 38. Local resection and reconstruction of oral carcinomas and lip cancerChapter 39. Jaw resectionChapter 40. Orbital resection and reconstructionChapter 41. Neck dissectionChapter 42. Sentinel node biopsyChapter 43. Tumours of the skull baseChapter 44. Submandibular, sublingual and minor salivary gland surgeryChapter 45. Management of stones and strictures and interventional sialographyChapter 46. Facial nerve dissection and formal parotid surgeryChapter 47. Extracapsular dissectionChapter 48. ThyroidectomyChapter 49. Treatment techniques, surgery and sclerosantsChapter 50. Interventional radiology of the head and neckChapter 51. Assessment and initial managementChapter 52. Contemporary maxillofacial fixation techniquesChapter 53. Management of facial soft-tissue injuriesChapter 54. Dentoalveolar traumaChapter 55. Mandibular fracturesChapter 56. Management of condylar fractures including endoscopic reductionChapter 57. Middle third fracturesChapter 58. Orbital traumaChapter 59. Craniofacial trauma, including management of frontal sinus and nasoethmoidal injuriesChapter 60. Zygomatic fracturesChapter 61. Temporomandibular joint arthroscopy: Diagnostic and operative techniqueChapter 62. Surgery to the temporomandibular jointChapter 63. Treatment of temporomandibular joint ankylosisChapter 64. Total prosthetic replacement of the temporomandibular jointChapter 65. Primary closure of the unilateral cleft lipChapter 66. Primary closure of bilateral cleft lipChapter 67. Primary repair of cleft palateChapter 68. Secondary cleft surgeryChapter 69. Alveolar bone grafting in cleft patientsChapter 70. Cleft rhinoplastyChapter 71. Segmental surgery of the jawsChapter 72. Orthognathic surgery of the mandibleChapter 73. Orthognathic surgery- maxilla (Le FortI, II and IIIChapter 74. Mandibular distraction osteogenesis by intraoral and extraoral techniquesChapter 75. Maxillary distraction osteogenesis by intra-oral and extra-oral techniquesChapter 76. Surgical management of craniosynostosisChapter 77. Surgical management of orbital hypertelorismChapter 78. Hemifacial microsomiaChapter 79. Sleep apnoea and snoring, including non-surgical techniquesChapter 80. Nonsurgical techniques: Botox and fillersChapter 81. Hair transplantationChapter 82. Brow lift and facelift, including endoscopic surgeryChapter 83. Aesthetic blepharoplastyChapter 84. Aesthetic otoplasty (bat ear correctionChapter 85. Rhinoplasty and septoplasty: Closed and open rhinoplastic techniquesChapter 86. Rhinoplasty for Southeast Asian noses: Open and closed approachesChapter 87. Post-traumatic rhinoplastyChapter 88. Laser skin resurfacingChapter 89. Face transplantation