Theory and Practice of Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics, 4th Edition


  • Stanley Daniel Tylman


The first edition of this book, published in 1940, was based on the experience and judgment acquired in twenty-two years of teaching dental students, practicing dentistry, and engaging in research in the field of crown and bridge dentistry. It was stated at that time that the purpose of the book was twofold  to serve as a text for the student and to serve as a reference book for the practitioner.

In this edition those fundamental principles and methods that have been proved sound, both biologically and mechanically, have been retained. In addition, the recent thinking and evidence on the uses, advantages, disadvantages, and limitations of the newer methods, materials, and theories as reported in the literature since the publication of the last edition have been included.
The chapter on the evolution and technic of high-speed tooth-cutting methods and equipment is entirely new; it presents a concise and comprehensive review of the recent studies and recommendations of the outstanding researchers in this development.


Published Date: 1960

Page Count: 1076  , File Size: 216 Mb

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