Recommended Reading

The ADC will provide a list of recommended
texts.

The following list is based on the recommended reading list provided to 4th and 5th year dental students at Melbourne University. Since candidates are expected to achieve clinical and didactic skills equivalent to an Australian graduating dental student we recommend that you avail yourself of these as well.

1. Ailor JE, Jr. Managing incomplete tooth fractures J Am Dent Assoc 2000;131:1168-1174.

2. Anderson MH, Bales DJ, Omnell K-A. Modern management of dental caries; the cutting edge is not the dental bur. J Am Dent Assoc 1993;124:37-44.

3. Bjorndal L, Mjor IA. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 4: Dental caries –characteristics of lesions and pulpal reactions. Quint Int. 2001 Oct;32(9):717-36 Review.

4. Bryant RW. Direct posterior composite resin restorations. A review. 1. Factors influencing case selection. Aust Dent J 1992;37:81-87.

5. Bryant RW. Direct posterior composite resin restorations. A review. 2. Clinical technique. Aust Dent J 1992;37:161-171.

6. Burgess JO. Dental materials for the restoration of root surface caries. Am J Dent 1995;8:342-351.

7. Costa CAS, Hebling J, Hanks CT. Current status of pulp capping with dentin adhesive systems: A review Dental Materials 2000;16:188-197.

8. Dodes JE. The amalgam controversy. An evidence-based analysis. J Am Dent Assoc 2001;132:348-356.

9. Erhmann EH, Tyas MJ. Cracked tooth syndrome: diagnosis, treatment and correlation between symptoms and post-extraction findings. Aust Dent J 1990;35:105-112.

10. Erickson RL, Glasspoole EA. Model investigations of caries inhibition by fluoride-releasing dental materials. Advances in Dental Research 1995;9:315-323.

11. Fontana M and Gonzales-Cabezas C. Secondary caries and restoration replacement: An unresolved problem. Compendium 2000;21:15-27.

12. Grippo JO. Abfractions; a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esth Dent 1991;3:14-19.

13. Hassall DC, Mellor AC. The sealant restoration: Indications, success and clinical technique. Brit Dent J 2001;191:358-62.

14. Heyeraas KJ, Sveen OB, Mjor IA. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 3: Pulpal inflammation and its sequelae. Quint Int. 2001 Sept;32(8):611-25. Review.

15. Hunt PR. Rational cavity design principles. J Esth Dent 1994;6:245-256.

16. Jacob RF, Carr AB. Hierarchy of research design used to categorize the "strength of evidence" in answering clinical dental questions. J Pros Dent 2000;83:137-152.

17. Kugel G Perry R. Direct composite resins: an update. Compendium 2002;23:593-604. 18. Levitch L, Bader J, Shugars D, Heymann HO. Non-carious cervical lesions. J Dent 1994;22:195-207.

19. Liebenberg W. The fissure sealant impasse. Quint Int1994;25:741-745.

20. McGione P, Watt R and Sheiham A. Evidence-based dentistry: An overview of the challenges in changing professional practice British Dental Journal 2001;190:636-639.

21. McLean JW, Nicholson JW, Wilson AD. Proposed nomenclature for glass-ionomer dental cements and related materials. Quint Int 1994;25:587-589.

22. McLean JW. Dentinal bonding agents versus glass-ionomer cements. Quint Int 1996;27:659-667.

23. McLean JW. The failed restoration: causes of failure and how to prevent them. Int Dent J 1990;40:345-358.

24. Mjor IA, Ferrari M. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 6: Reactions to restorative materials, tooth-restoration interfaces, and adhesive techniques. Quint Int 2002 Jan;33(1):35-63. Review.

25. Mjor IA, Sveen OB, HeyeraasKJ. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 1: normal structure and physiology. Quint Int 2001 Jun;32(6):427-46. Review.

26. Mjor IA. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 7: The exposed pulp. Quint Int 2002 Feb;32(2):113-35. Review.

27. Mjor IA. Current views on biological testing of restorative materials. J Oral Rehab 1990;17:503-507.

28. Mount GJ. Glass ionomers: a review of their current status. Oper Dent 1999;24:115-124.

29. Mount GJ. Clinical placement of modern glass-ionomer cements in restorative dentistry. Quint Int 1993;24:99-107.

30. Randall RC, Wilson NHF. Glass-ionomer restoratives: a systematic review of a secondary caries treatment effect. J Dent Res 1999;78:628-637.

31. Nicholson JW, Croll Theodore P. Glass-ionomer cements in restorative dentistry. Quint Int 1997;28:705-714.

32. Pashley DH. Clinical considerations in microleakage. J Endod 1990;16:70-77.

33. Ricketts D. Management of the deep carious lesion and the vital pulp dentine complex.
BDJ 2001; 191:606-610.

34. Ripa LW, Wolff MS. Preventive resin restorations; techniques and success. Quint Int 1992;23:307-315.

35. Rowe AHR, Pitt-Ford TR. The assessment of pulpal vitality. Int Endo J 1990;23:77-83.

36. Ruse ND. What is a 'compomer'? J Can Dent Assoc 1999;65:500-504.

37. Setcos J, Staninec M, Wilson HNF. Bonding of amalgam restorations: existing knowledge and future prospects. Oper Dent 2000;25:121-129.

38. Sidhu SK. Resin-modified glass ionomer materials. A status report for the American Journal of Dentistry.
Am J Dent 1995;8:59-67.

39. Simonsen RJ. Retention and effectiveness of dental sealant after 15 years. J Amer Dent Assoc 1991;122(10):34-42.

40. Smales RJ and Wetherell JD. Review of bonded amalgam restorations, and assessment in general practice over five years. Oper Dent 2000;25:374-381.

41. Stanley HR. Biological evaluation of dental materials. Int Dent J 1992;42:37-46.

42. Surmont P, Martens L, D'Hauwers R. A decision tree for the treatment of caries in posterior teeth. Quint Int 1990;21:239-246.

43. Swift EJ. Bonding to enamel and dentin; a brief history and state of the art. Quint Int 1995;26:95-110.

44. Tyas MJ, Anusavice KJ, Frenken JE, Mount G. Minimal intervention dentistry – a review. Inter Dent J 2000;50:1-12.

45. Wahl MJ. Amalgam-resurrection and redemption. Part 1: The clinical and legal mythology of anti-amalgam. Quint Int 2001;32:525-535.

46. Walsh LJ. Preventive dentistry for the general dental practitioner. Aust Dent J 2000;45:76-82.

47. Weerheijm KL, Groen HJ. The residual caries dilemma. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 1999;27:436-41.

48. White JM, Eakle WS. Rationale and treatment approach in minimally invasive dentistry. JADA 2000;131(Supp):13S-19S.

49. Gutteridge DL, Cassidy M. An update on conventional fixed bridges part1: Patient assessment and selection. Dental Update 1994 April;110-243.

50. Cassidy M, Gutteridge DL. An update on conventional fixed bridgework part4: clinical technique. Dental Update 1994 Oct;316-21.

51. Bartlett DW. Ricketts DNJ, Fisher NZ. Management of the short clinical crown by indirect restorations. Dental Update 1997 December; 431-436.

52. Tyas MJ, Burrow MF. Adhesive restorative materials: A review.Aust Dent J 2004;49:(3):112-121.
1. Ailor JE, Jr. Managing incomplete tooth fractures J Am Dent Assoc 2000;131:1168-1174.

2. Anderson MH, Bales DJ, Omnell K-A. Modern management of dental caries; the cutting edge is not the dental bur. J Am Dent Assoc 1993;124:37-44.

3. Bjorndal L, Mjor IA. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 4: Dental caries –characteristics of lesions and pulpal reactions. Quint Int. 2001 Oct;32(9):717-36 Review.

4. Bryant RW. Direct posterior composite resin restorations. A review. 1. Factors influencing case selection. Aust Dent J 1992;37:81-87.

5. Bryant RW. Direct posterior composite resin restorations. A review. 2. Clinical technique. Aust Dent J 1992;37:161-171.

6. Burgess JO. Dental materials for the restoration of root surface caries. Am J Dent 1995;8:342-351.

7. Costa CAS, Hebling J, Hanks CT. Current status of pulp capping with dentin adhesive systems: A review Dental Materials 2000;16:188-197.

8. Dodes JE. The amalgam controversy. An evidence-based analysis. J Am Dent Assoc 2001;132:348-356.

9. Erhmann EH, Tyas MJ. Cracked tooth syndrome: diagnosis, treatment and correlation between symptoms and post-extraction findings. Aust Dent J 1990;35:105-112.

10. Erickson RL, Glasspoole EA. Model investigations of caries inhibition by fluoride-releasing dental materials. Advances in Dental Research 1995;9:315-323.

11. Fontana M and Gonzales-Cabezas C. Secondary caries and restoration replacement: An unresolved problem. Compendium 2000;21:15-27.

12. Grippo JO. Abfractions; a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esth Dent 1991;3:14-19.

13. Hassall DC, Mellor AC. The sealant restoration: Indications, success and clinical technique. Brit Dent J 2001;191:358-62.

14. Heyeraas KJ, Sveen OB, Mjor IA. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 3: Pulpal inflammation and its sequelae. Quint Int. 2001 Sept;32(8):611-25. Review.

15. Hunt PR. Rational cavity design principles. J Esth Dent 1994;6:245-256.

16. Jacob RF, Carr AB. Hierarchy of research design used to categorize the "strength of evidence" in answering clinical dental questions. J Pros Dent 2000;83:137-152.

17. Kugel G Perry R. Direct composite resins: an update. Compendium 2002;23:593-604. 18. Levitch L, Bader J, Shugars D, Heymann HO. Non-carious cervical lesions. J Dent 1994;22:195-207.

19. Liebenberg W. The fissure sealant impasse. Quint Int1994;25:741-745.

20. McGione P, Watt R and Sheiham A. Evidence-based dentistry: An overview of the challenges in changing professional practice British Dental Journal 2001;190:636-639.

21. McLean JW, Nicholson JW, Wilson AD. Proposed nomenclature for glass-ionomer dental cements and related materials. Quint Int 1994;25:587-589.

22. McLean JW. Dentinal bonding agents versus glass-ionomer cements. Quint Int 1996;27:659-667.

23. McLean JW. The failed restoration: causes of failure and how to prevent them. Int Dent J 1990;40:345-358.

24. Mjor IA, Ferrari M. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 6: Reactions to restorative materials, tooth-restoration interfaces, and adhesive techniques. Quint Int 2002 Jan;33(1):35-63. Review.

25. Mjor IA, Sveen OB, HeyeraasKJ. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 1: normal structure and physiology. Quint Int 2001 Jun;32(6):427-46. Review.

26. Mjor IA. Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 7: The exposed pulp. Quint Int 2002 Feb;32(2):113-35. Review.

27. Mjor IA. Current views on biological testing of restorative materials. J Oral Rehab 1990;17:503-507.

28. Mount GJ. Glass ionomers: a review of their current status. Oper Dent 1999;24:115-124.

29. Mount GJ. Clinical placement of modern glass-ionomer cements in restorative dentistry. Quint Int 1993;24:99-107.

30. Randall RC, Wilson NHF. Glass-ionomer restoratives: a systematic review of a secondary caries treatment effect. J Dent Res 1999;78:628-637.

31. Nicholson JW, Croll Theodore P. Glass-ionomer cements in restorative dentistry. Quint Int 1997;28:705-714.

32. Pashley DH. Clinical considerations in microleakage. J Endod 1990;16:70-77.

33. Ricketts D. Management of the deep carious lesion and the vital pulp dentine complex. BDJ 2001; 191:606-610.

34. Ripa LW, Wolff MS. Preventive resin restorations; techniques and success. Quint Int 1992;23:307-315.

35. Rowe AHR, Pitt-Ford TR. The assessment of pulpal vitality. Int Endo J 1990;23:77-83.

36. Ruse ND. What is a 'compomer'? J Can Dent Assoc 1999;65:500-504.

37. Setcos J, Staninec M, Wilson HNF. Bonding of amalgam restorations: existing knowledge and future prospects. Oper Dent 2000;25:121-129.

38. Sidhu SK. Resin-modified glass ionomer materials. A status report for the American Journal of Dentistry. Am J Dent 1995;8:59-67.

39. Simonsen RJ. Retention and effectiveness of dental sealant after 15 years. J Amer Dent Assoc 1991;122(10):34-42.

40. Smales RJ and Wetherell JD. Review of bonded amalgam restorations, and assessment in general practice over five years. Oper Dent 2000;25:374-381.

41. Stanley HR. Biological evaluation of dental materials. Int Dent J 1992;42:37-46.

42. Surmont P, Martens L, D'Hauwers R. A decision tree for the treatment of caries in posterior teeth. Quint Int 1990;21:239-246.

43. Swift EJ. Bonding to enamel and dentin; a brief history and state of the art. Quint Int 1995;26:95-110.

44. Tyas MJ, Anusavice KJ, Frenken JE, Mount G. Minimal intervention dentistry – a review. Inter Dent J 2000;50:1-12.

45. Wahl MJ. Amalgam-resurrection and redemption. Part 1: The clinical and legal mythology of anti-amalgam. Quint Int 2001;32:525-535.

46. Walsh LJ. Preventive dentistry for the general dental practitioner. Aust Dent J 2000;45:76-82.

47. Weerheijm KL, Groen HJ. The residual caries dilemma. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 1999;27:436-41.

48. White JM, Eakle WS. Rationale and treatment approach in minimally invasive dentistry. JADA 2000;131(Supp):13S-19S.

49. Gutteridge DL, Cassidy M. An update on conventional fixed bridges part1: Patient assessment and selection. Dental Update 1994 April;110-243.

50. Cassidy M, Gutteridge DL. An update on conventional fixed bridgework part4: clinical technique. Dental Update 1994 Oct;316-21.

51. Bartlett DW. Ricketts DNJ, Fisher NZ. Management of the short clinical crown by indirect restorations. Dental Update 1997 December; 431-436.

52. Tyas MJ, Burrow MF. Adhesive restorative materials: A review.Aust Dent J 2004;49:(3):112-121.