Work and Education for Dentists

Work and Education for Dentists

Annotated Bibliography: Dentists and Their Education

Kendall, B. (2006). Opportunities in Dental Care Careers. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            This is one of the sources, which have been able to discuss the major careers possible with dentistry. Kendal has been able to give an elaborate studies and descriptions on how the practice can be effective in making sure that different individuals who have undergone through the dental practice can be able to develop different career opportunities for their own benefit. The first career, which has been given in the book, is that of being employed by the government to work as a dental physician. This has been enumerated precisely in terms of the educational requirements and qualifications, which need to be met for the practice. Practicing has also been discussed in which individuals should engage in activities, which promote expertise as a way of making sure that they can get their careers in different areas such as the military and within the aviation practice. In order to stress much on the power of such careers, the author has analyzed some of the involvements, which can be necessary, on how different expertise can be developed and advanced in the health practice. In conclusion, the author gives opinions on how different living standards have continued to see more people having similar dental complications, and hence the need for a proper dental check ups.

Zadik, Y. (2009). ‘Aviation dentistry: current concepts and practice’. Journal of Dentistry, 2(3), 11-16. 

This is a journal article, which gives in details some of the issues, which are connected in one way or the other with aviation dentistry. The author of the article starts the article by giving an elaborate approach on how there has been an increase in the number of air passengers, flight attendants, as well leisure pilots. Because of such development, the author acknowledges on the need of having more ways of dentist activities within the aviation industry. Such treatment should be consistent in order to make sure all the operations have been accordingly within all aviation areas. There has been an increase in encountering different flight-related conditions, which have been requiring effective treatment. Moreover, it has been revealed that dentists have been required to prevent creation of any in-flight circumstances and hazards whenever treating the aircrew members.

The aim of such an article by Zadik has been in introducing the major concepts, which can be adopted for aviation medicine practice and dentistry operations. In the paper, the author conducted a study and gathered information on issues to do with facial and head barotraumas, related headaches, external barotraumas disorder and dental barotraumas among others, and coming up with appropriate approaches in which such complications can be addressed for better aviation practice. This journal article has been able to give appropriate considerations on how improved dentistry practice can be done within the aviation sector and by so doing be able to give the right attention for all within the aviation industry. Such adoptions can be effectively adopted in making sure that all other practices such as the military and learning institutions have been provided with the necessary dentistry services.

White, D. & McQuillen, H. (2009). The Dental Cosmos. New York: Penguin Books.

            This is book, which gives an analysis on the element of dental health and how it has been able to become a very significant field in the modern world. With living conditions and changing lifestyles, the problem of dental health has been appraised. Thus, the need of coming up with new measures in which it shall be possible to have proper performances and be able to educate people on ways through which they may be able to avoid some of the complications, which have been faced by human teeth. The book gives some ways through which proper living standards and eating habits can be adopted in giving a permanent solution to this problem of dentals. As well, the book by these two authors has gone ahead to reveal some of the approaches in which diseases such as caries and other complications such as plaque can be dealt with. Specialized medical dentists have been suggested to be sought when the problem persists. Such a book has been able to give all the necessary understanding about dental health. With adoption of the discussions, which have been postulated in the book, it can be very possible to fight the problems.

Marshall, S. (2000). Principle and Practice of Operative dentistry. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

            In the book Principle and Practice of Operative dentistry, Marshall has discussed and analyzed in details the major principles, which govern the work of dentists in general. This has been done in a competent manner and by giving the specific interpretations and considerations, which have to be adopted to have proper performances. During operative dentistry, all the major considerations and adoptions, which have to be employed, have been competently discussed so that it can be possible to deliver the best of services. The volume has thus been able to give basic considerations, which have to be adopted by the dentists in order to make sure that the very best services have been put in place. Proper medical use and injection of proper aesthetics has also been given in a concise guideline, which has to be followed by the dentist during his practice. Other measure like the consent of the client has also been discussed. In short, such a book has been able to give an overview on the relevant approaches, which have the ability of making the work of dentist greatly appreciated.

Harris, A. & Gorgas, S. (2002). The principles and practice of dentistry: including anatomy, physiology. New York: New Press.

            During dentistry operations, there has always been the need of ensuring that the best of practice has been conducted and by so doing be able to give the major guidelines which have to be put in place during the practice. In this book, Gorgas and Harris have given the major principles which have to be applied during dental surgery and which has to be done in consideration of the human anatomy and physiology so that the best services can be conducted and provide the patient with the necessary treatment. This book by Harris and Gorgas has precisely given the necessary strategies and practices, which have the ability of giving the patient tentative care. Clearly outlined approaches have been given, which can effectively improve this medical practice. Another thing, which has been properly presented in the book, is on how different ages can be handled and have their dental issues addressed. Basically, such a book has been able to give guidelines on how the dental practitioners can be able to engage in fruitful dental practice which in the long run give the patient the necessary care, and which is in accordance with the regulations of the health law and human rights in particular.

Burt, B. & Eklund, S. (2005). Dentistry, dental practice, and the community. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            The stability of the community depends on how the issues faced in it are effectively addressed. In this book by Eklund and Burt, there has been a concise discussion on the dentistry applications, practice, and work on how education in the society has to be adopted as one way of solving the problem of dental health. The two authors have outlined in the beginning the major courses and ways through which such dental scientists and physicians can be educated and be able to offer appropriate services to the clients and customers. As well, the role of the community in particular has been noted to be playing such a big role in determining the consequences and activities, which have been a leading factor to dental problem. After giving such an analysis, the book has gone ahead to address the issue of dental profession as a career and how the players can do it right. This book combines education, work and the profession of the dentist, and the role of the society or community for a proper care and making sure that the society has been kept safe from dental problems and thus making life much easier for all. The book does view dental health to have become a serious problem due to the fact that there have been many changes in human lifestyles.

Bellow, J. (2009). The Practice of veterinary dentistry: a team effort. Cengage: Cengage Learning.   

            In this book by Bellow, it can be noted that the issue of dental science and practice should not only be seen as an outstanding problem for human beings, but as well a major problem with animals. Animals have been viewed to have a major importance in the life of man and that is the reason why there has been development of the veterinary dental health through which the physicians will have the streamlined role of addressing the problems faced by animals. The books begins by giving an overview of the position of the animal in the life of man and the reason there is a very big necessity of making sure that there has been a career practice which addresses the animal dental health. Such animals include donkeys, horses and even animals such as cattle whose role is very significant for the economy and the welfare of man. The book has as well been able to give a descriptive outline on the exact work of veterinary dentistry and some of the outstanding guidelines, which have to be adopted towards the provision of the best service to the animal. This book thus gives an overview of the work and educational background of a veterinary dentist so that he or she must be competent in the practice.

Shelton, W. (2007). ‘Dentists –Mercury Use: Dentists.’ Journal of Medicine, 12(3), 23-56.

            To be able to offer the best service when carrying out a dentistry operation, there has been the need of developing new methods, which makes sure that the best care and attention has been given to the patient? In the year 2007, Shelton came up with an experiment and published the results in a journal in which he was trying to show how mercury could be significant for dental practice. This journal article by Shelton explains in details the major applications of mercury in the medical practice in establishing the best dental practice. The article thus gives revelations on how mercury can be a very useful element in providing the best medical care and attention in the dental practice. From the conducted experiment, mercury has been proposed to be a very useful element, which has the ability of improving dental operations and as well improving the healing process. With this article, there has been much appraisal of the work of a dentist on how he or she can improve his expertise towards making sure that there has been the provision of the necessary dental attention.

Chilo, V. (2008).Life threatening emergencies in dentistry.’ Journal of Clinical medicine, 2(3), 23-56.

            This journal article proves that some of the experiments conducted during dental surgery can be harmful as well as have the ability of causing the greatest of dangers on the individuals on whom the operation is being conducted. Such situation does occur during the critical moments when an individual has been engaged in a serious accident and sustaining damage on his dentals. The journal article has thus been able to propose measures and considerations, which have to be put in place and ensure there, have been safer provisions during the experiments and emergency rescues.

            Chilo gives some argumentations on how successful emergency operations can be conducted in making sure that an individual has been given the necessary care and attention. As well, Chilo has given a brief overview on the measures, which have to be put in place in order to have the best of services being provided. This includes good educational background in which the individual has been able to develop relevant aspects and approaches so that he or she will be able to give necessary health care in surgical operations.

Stimson, P. (2008). Advanced forensic dentistry. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            As it will be well agreed, in dentistry, forensic research can be an important part of career, which revolves around the field of dental practice. Forensic studies have been done in different areas in an attempt to establish causes of death or any injury, which might have been done on somebody during an attack. This book by Stimson has thus been able to appraise the role of forensic dentistry on why it should never be taken for granted. As well, the author has given some of the necessary requirements and education, which has to be acquired before being employed into such a complex practice. There is also a broad analysis on some of the appropriate measures which can be adopted during the practice, and by so doing be able to come up with reputable results for criminal law and justice progressions. Since this is a serious involvement, the book gives a detailed consideration on some of the approaches, which have to be adopted to have better practice. Advanced forensic dentistry has been on the rise and hence calling for the need for better equipments which can effectively help in establishing and fostering justice in the society. This has been the main reason why the author believes strongly that the field of forensic dentistry will gain much favor as days goes by.

Palmer, R. & Leslie, H. (2007). Implants in Clinical Dentistry. New York: New Press.

            This is a book in which the authors give insight on how clinical dentistry practice has been able to develop to a situation whereby there has been the need to have implantations. These have been done as a development in the dental practice and hence being able to give the appropriate attention to the patients. In order for a dentists to be in a position of conducting implantation, the author outlines some of the knowledge and education which has to be gained and endorsement which has to be done by the society of surgeons. This has been the case since the operations in implantations are complex and require much expertise and more than educational training. The two authors here have thus been able to give the education which is needed to be able to conduct a dental implant and especially during critical moments. There is much on the work, which has to be done by such dentists in order to make sure that they have been able to offer the patient with the right care and help in recovering. This proves that the work of these individuals is very important and the reason it needs some form of respect.

Ring, M. (2009). Education, career and history in Dentistry. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Ring has presented this book in a manner which discusses the major careers which are possible with dentistry and how such careers can be developed. He has given an elaborate studies and descriptions on how the practice can be effective in making sure that different individuals who have undergone through the dental practice can be able to develop different career opportunities for their own benefit. The first career, which has been given in the book, is that of being employed by the government to work as a dental physician. This has been enumerated precisely in terms of the educational requirements and qualifications, which have to be met competently during the practice. Practicing is as well discussed whereby the individuals should be engaged in activities, which have the ability of enhancing expertise as a way of making sure that they can get their careers in different areas such as the military and within the aviation practice. Another important discussion has been on the historical developments of dentistry on how it was able to become a medical science, and on how education sprung in which individuals would be taught to become experts in the field.

Brunton, P. & Mitchell, L. (2008). Oxford Handbook of Clinical dentistry. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            In this book, the authors have been able to give out an analysis on the clinical dentistry and all what it entail. To begin with, there has been a brief discussion on some of the educational practices, which should be considered before someone has been endorsed to be an expert in the field. The handbook then goes ahead to give a description on some of the outstanding approaches which should be undertaken in order to make sure that the best dental services have been given to the clients. There is also an overview on the legal indications and knowledge, which should be understood during clinical dentistry. All procedures, which should be undertaken during the dental practice, have as well been enumerated in a systematic way. This approach is hence necessary and provides useful information on what should be known during dentistry practice. Some of the major guidelines in the practice have as well been outlined in the book.

Silker, E. (2008). Dentistry work and competent practice. New York: New Press.

            In this book by Silker, there has been a complex overview and analysis of the dentistry work and competent practice. This has been presented by giving the necessary protocols and procedures, which can be adequately applied by dentists in order to make sure that they have been able to deliver quality services without compromising any laws or rights of specific individuals and patients. There has been the need of having all dental experts engaged in clean practice so that they may be able to give the right care and attention to the patients. Having proper expertise is something necessary, which has the ability of making sure that the dentists engaged in the practice have been able to give the necessary care and attention to all ages of people who need their attention. There has as well been the need to stick into legal requirements and better ethical standards during the practice. This book has also given some measures, which can be adopted in order to make sure that there has been the promotion of service delivery. As argued in the book, adoption of the discussed competency practices will help in the practice.

Hill, J. (2009). ‘Research analysis for better dental health.’ Journal of Health, 2(2), 42-46.

            This journal gives some of the approaches and researches, which can be adopted as part of further education to give better dental health care for those who need it. This has been presented in form of a research through which it can be possible to have proper approaches for dental practice. The adoption and application of research work has been competently appraised as the rightful approach through which it can be possible to have proper health care, and especially with dental practice. Hill has been able to give a brief analysis on how research within learning experiences can be adopted to improve service delivery to those who need it. This can be done properly by employing the physicians in the practice and the students in the learning institutions to be able to have proper dental health care in the future days.

References

Allen, T. (2003). Manual of equine dentistry. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Brian, I. (2008). Practical Dentistry: practical dentists. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Hackshaw. A. & Elizabeth, P. (2006). Evidence based dentistry: an introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kane, B. (2007). Dentistry. New York: New Press.  

Michael, H. (2008). Dentistry: the profession, educational requirements. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Work and Education for Dentists

Annotated Bibliography: Dentists and Their Education

Kendall, B. (2006). Opportunities in Dental Care Careers. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            This is one of the sources, which have been able to discuss the major careers possible with dentistry. Kendal has been able to give an elaborate studies and descriptions on how the practice can be effective in making sure that different individuals who have undergone through the dental practice can be able to develop different career opportunities for their own benefit. The first career, which has been given in the book, is that of being employed by the government to work as a dental physician. This has been enumerated precisely in terms of the educational requirements and qualifications, which need to be met for the practice. Practicing has also been discussed in which individuals should engage in activities, which promote expertise as a way of making sure that they can get their careers in different areas such as the military and within the aviation practice. In order to stress much on the power of such careers, the author has analyzed some of the involvements, which can be necessary, on how different expertise can be developed and advanced in the health practice. In conclusion, the author gives opinions on how different living standards have continued to see more people having similar dental complications, and hence the need for a proper dental check ups.

Zadik, Y. (2009). ‘Aviation dentistry: current concepts and practice’. Journal of Dentistry, 2(3), 11-16. 

This is a journal article, which gives in details some of the issues, which are connected in one way or the other with aviation dentistry. The author of the article starts the article by giving an elaborate approach on how there has been an increase in the number of air passengers, flight attendants, as well leisure pilots. Because of such development, the author acknowledges on the need of having more ways of dentist activities within the aviation industry. Such treatment should be consistent in order to make sure all the operations have been accordingly within all aviation areas. There has been an increase in encountering different flight-related conditions, which have been requiring effective treatment. Moreover, it has been revealed that dentists have been required to prevent creation of any in-flight circumstances and hazards whenever treating the aircrew members.

The aim of such an article by Zadik has been in introducing the major concepts, which can be adopted for aviation medicine practice and dentistry operations. In the paper, the author conducted a study and gathered information on issues to do with facial and head barotraumas, related headaches, external barotraumas disorder and dental barotraumas among others, and coming up with appropriate approaches in which such complications can be addressed for better aviation practice. This journal article has been able to give appropriate considerations on how improved dentistry practice can be done within the aviation sector and by so doing be able to give the right attention for all within the aviation industry. Such adoptions can be effectively adopted in making sure that all other practices such as the military and learning institutions have been provided with the necessary dentistry services.

White, D. & McQuillen, H. (2009). The Dental Cosmos. New York: Penguin Books.

            This is book, which gives an analysis on the element of dental health and how it has been able to become a very significant field in the modern world. With living conditions and changing lifestyles, the problem of dental health has been appraised. Thus, the need of coming up with new measures in which it shall be possible to have proper performances and be able to educate people on ways through which they may be able to avoid some of the complications, which have been faced by human teeth. The book gives some ways through which proper living standards and eating habits can be adopted in giving a permanent solution to this problem of dentals. As well, the book by these two authors has gone ahead to reveal some of the approaches in which diseases such as caries and other complications such as plaque can be dealt with. Specialized medical dentists have been suggested to be sought when the problem persists. Such a book has been able to give all the necessary understanding about dental health. With adoption of the discussions, which have been postulated in the book, it can be very possible to fight the problems.

Marshall, S. (2000). Principle and Practice of Operative dentistry. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

            In the book Principle and Practice of Operative dentistry, Marshall has discussed and analyzed in details the major principles, which govern the work of dentists in general. This has been done in a competent manner and by giving the specific interpretations and considerations, which have to be adopted to have proper performances. During operative dentistry, all the major considerations and adoptions, which have to be employed, have been competently discussed so that it can be possible to deliver the best of services. The volume has thus been able to give basic considerations, which have to be adopted by the dentists in order to make sure that the very best services have been put in place. Proper medical use and injection of proper aesthetics has also been given in a concise guideline, which has to be followed by the dentist during his practice. Other measure like the consent of the client has also been discussed. In short, such a book has been able to give an overview on the relevant approaches, which have the ability of making the work of dentist greatly appreciated.

Harris, A. & Gorgas, S. (2002). The principles and practice of dentistry: including anatomy, physiology. New York: New Press.

            During dentistry operations, there has always been the need of ensuring that the best of practice has been conducted and by so doing be able to give the major guidelines which have to be put in place during the practice. In this book, Gorgas and Harris have given the major principles which have to be applied during dental surgery and which has to be done in consideration of the human anatomy and physiology so that the best services can be conducted and provide the patient with the necessary treatment. This book by Harris and Gorgas has precisely given the necessary strategies and practices, which have the ability of giving the patient tentative care. Clearly outlined approaches have been given, which can effectively improve this medical practice. Another thing, which has been properly presented in the book, is on how different ages can be handled and have their dental issues addressed. Basically, such a book has been able to give guidelines on how the dental practitioners can be able to engage in fruitful dental practice which in the long run give the patient the necessary care, and which is in accordance with the regulations of the health law and human rights in particular.

Burt, B. & Eklund, S. (2005). Dentistry, dental practice, and the community. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            The stability of the community depends on how the issues faced in it are effectively addressed. In this book by Eklund and Burt, there has been a concise discussion on the dentistry applications, practice, and work on how education in the society has to be adopted as one way of solving the problem of dental health. The two authors have outlined in the beginning the major courses and ways through which such dental scientists and physicians can be educated and be able to offer appropriate services to the clients and customers. As well, the role of the community in particular has been noted to be playing such a big role in determining the consequences and activities, which have been a leading factor to dental problem. After giving such an analysis, the book has gone ahead to address the issue of dental profession as a career and how the players can do it right. This book combines education, work and the profession of the dentist, and the role of the society or community for a proper care and making sure that the society has been kept safe from dental problems and thus making life much easier for all. The book does view dental health to have become a serious problem due to the fact that there have been many changes in human lifestyles.

Bellow, J. (2009). The Practice of veterinary dentistry: a team effort. Cengage: Cengage Learning.   

            In this book by Bellow, it can be noted that the issue of dental science and practice should not only be seen as an outstanding problem for human beings, but as well a major problem with animals. Animals have been viewed to have a major importance in the life of man and that is the reason why there has been development of the veterinary dental health through which the physicians will have the streamlined role of addressing the problems faced by animals. The books begins by giving an overview of the position of the animal in the life of man and the reason there is a very big necessity of making sure that there has been a career practice which addresses the animal dental health. Such animals include donkeys, horses and even animals such as cattle whose role is very significant for the economy and the welfare of man. The book has as well been able to give a descriptive outline on the exact work of veterinary dentistry and some of the outstanding guidelines, which have to be adopted towards the provision of the best service to the animal. This book thus gives an overview of the work and educational background of a veterinary dentist so that he or she must be competent in the practice.

Shelton, W. (2007). ‘Dentists –Mercury Use: Dentists.’ Journal of Medicine, 12(3), 23-56.

            To be able to offer the best service when carrying out a dentistry operation, there has been the need of developing new methods, which makes sure that the best care and attention has been given to the patient? In the year 2007, Shelton came up with an experiment and published the results in a journal in which he was trying to show how mercury could be significant for dental practice. This journal article by Shelton explains in details the major applications of mercury in the medical practice in establishing the best dental practice. The article thus gives revelations on how mercury can be a very useful element in providing the best medical care and attention in the dental practice. From the conducted experiment, mercury has been proposed to be a very useful element, which has the ability of improving dental operations and as well improving the healing process. With this article, there has been much appraisal of the work of a dentist on how he or she can improve his expertise towards making sure that there has been the provision of the necessary dental attention.

Chilo, V. (2008).Life threatening emergencies in dentistry.’ Journal of Clinical medicine, 2(3), 23-56.

            This journal article proves that some of the experiments conducted during dental surgery can be harmful as well as have the ability of causing the greatest of dangers on the individuals on whom the operation is being conducted. Such situation does occur during the critical moments when an individual has been engaged in a serious accident and sustaining damage on his dentals. The journal article has thus been able to propose measures and considerations, which have to be put in place and ensure there, have been safer provisions during the experiments and emergency rescues.

            Chilo gives some argumentations on how successful emergency operations can be conducted in making sure that an individual has been given the necessary care and attention. As well, Chilo has given a brief overview on the measures, which have to be put in place in order to have the best of services being provided. This includes good educational background in which the individual has been able to develop relevant aspects and approaches so that he or she will be able to give necessary health care in surgical operations.

Stimson, P. (2008). Advanced forensic dentistry. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            As it will be well agreed, in dentistry, forensic research can be an important part of career, which revolves around the field of dental practice. Forensic studies have been done in different areas in an attempt to establish causes of death or any injury, which might have been done on somebody during an attack. This book by Stimson has thus been able to appraise the role of forensic dentistry on why it should never be taken for granted. As well, the author has given some of the necessary requirements and education, which has to be acquired before being employed into such a complex practice. There is also a broad analysis on some of the appropriate measures which can be adopted during the practice, and by so doing be able to come up with reputable results for criminal law and justice progressions. Since this is a serious involvement, the book gives a detailed consideration on some of the approaches, which have to be adopted to have better practice. Advanced forensic dentistry has been on the rise and hence calling for the need for better equipments which can effectively help in establishing and fostering justice in the society. This has been the main reason why the author believes strongly that the field of forensic dentistry will gain much favor as days goes by.

Palmer, R. & Leslie, H. (2007). Implants in Clinical Dentistry. New York: New Press.

            This is a book in which the authors give insight on how clinical dentistry practice has been able to develop to a situation whereby there has been the need to have implantations. These have been done as a development in the dental practice and hence being able to give the appropriate attention to the patients. In order for a dentists to be in a position of conducting implantation, the author outlines some of the knowledge and education which has to be gained and endorsement which has to be done by the society of surgeons. This has been the case since the operations in implantations are complex and require much expertise and more than educational training. The two authors here have thus been able to give the education which is needed to be able to conduct a dental implant and especially during critical moments. There is much on the work, which has to be done by such dentists in order to make sure that they have been able to offer the patient with the right care and help in recovering. This proves that the work of these individuals is very important and the reason it needs some form of respect.

Ring, M. (2009). Education, career and history in Dentistry. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Ring has presented this book in a manner which discusses the major careers which are possible with dentistry and how such careers can be developed. He has given an elaborate studies and descriptions on how the practice can be effective in making sure that different individuals who have undergone through the dental practice can be able to develop different career opportunities for their own benefit. The first career, which has been given in the book, is that of being employed by the government to work as a dental physician. This has been enumerated precisely in terms of the educational requirements and qualifications, which have to be met competently during the practice. Practicing is as well discussed whereby the individuals should be engaged in activities, which have the ability of enhancing expertise as a way of making sure that they can get their careers in different areas such as the military and within the aviation practice. Another important discussion has been on the historical developments of dentistry on how it was able to become a medical science, and on how education sprung in which individuals would be taught to become experts in the field.

Brunton, P. & Mitchell, L. (2008). Oxford Handbook of Clinical dentistry. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

            In this book, the authors have been able to give out an analysis on the clinical dentistry and all what it entail. To begin with, there has been a brief discussion on some of the educational practices, which should be considered before someone has been endorsed to be an expert in the field. The handbook then goes ahead to give a description on some of the outstanding approaches which should be undertaken in order to make sure that the best dental services have been given to the clients. There is also an overview on the legal indications and knowledge, which should be understood during clinical dentistry. All procedures, which should be undertaken during the dental practice, have as well been enumerated in a systematic way. This approach is hence necessary and provides useful information on what should be known during dentistry practice. Some of the major guidelines in the practice have as well been outlined in the book.

Silker, E. (2008). Dentistry work and competent practice. New York: New Press.

            In this book by Silker, there has been a complex overview and analysis of the dentistry work and competent practice. This has been presented by giving the necessary protocols and procedures, which can be adequately applied by dentists in order to make sure that they have been able to deliver quality services without compromising any laws or rights of specific individuals and patients. There has been the need of having all dental experts engaged in clean practice so that they may be able to give the right care and attention to the patients. Having proper expertise is something necessary, which has the ability of making sure that the dentists engaged in the practice have been able to give the necessary care and attention to all ages of people who need their attention. There has as well been the need to stick into legal requirements and better ethical standards during the practice. This book has also given some measures, which can be adopted in order to make sure that there has been the promotion of service delivery. As argued in the book, adoption of the discussed competency practices will help in the practice.

Hill, J. (2009). ‘Research analysis for better dental health.’ Journal of Health, 2(2), 42-46.

            This journal gives some of the approaches and researches, which can be adopted as part of further education to give better dental health care for those who need it. This has been presented in form of a research through which it can be possible to have proper approaches for dental practice. The adoption and application of research work has been competently appraised as the rightful approach through which it can be possible to have proper health care, and especially with dental practice. Hill has been able to give a brief analysis on how research within learning experiences can be adopted to improve service delivery to those who need it. This can be done properly by employing the physicians in the practice and the students in the learning institutions to be able to have proper dental health care in the future days.

References

Allen, T. (2003). Manual of equine dentistry. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Brian, I. (2008). Practical Dentistry: practical dentists. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Hackshaw. A. & Elizabeth, P. (2006). Evidence based dentistry: an introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kane, B. (2007). Dentistry. New York: New Press.  

Michael, H. (2008). Dentistry: the profession, educational requirements. Oxford: Oxford University Press.