Delmar’s Dental Materials Guide 1st Edition
Donna J. Phinney | Judy H. Halstead
ISBN-13: 9781418051990 | ISBN-10: 1418051993
© 2009 | Published |  672  Pages

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From amalgam to zinc oxide eugenol, the Dental Materials Guide provides a quick reference for the uses and properties of materials commonly found in dental practice. This essential resource can be used during clinicals and labs and is also a handy study tool for examinations.



  • Section 1 Preliminary Restorative Dental Materials
    Section 2 Dental Cements
    Section 3 Restorative Dental Materials
    Section 4 Dental Impression Materials
    Section 5 Dental Gypsum Materials
    Section 6 Dental Waxes
    Section 7 Dental Resins
    Section 8 Preventative, Bleaching and Sedative Materials
    Appendix A Miscellaneous Dental Materials
    Appendix B Hazardous Substances

    • Photos are placed sidebyside with product descriptions for ease of identification
    • Compact size makes it easy to carry with you
    • OSHA precautions are presented for each material
    • Instructions to preparation, mixing, and setting times are right at your fingertips
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    • Donna J. Phinney is the Program Director for the Dental Assisting Program at Spokane Community College. She has spent more than twenty years in the dental field as a dental assistant, a dental office consultant, an office manager and an educator. Donna Phinney holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Eastern Washington University and a Master’s Degree in Education from Whitworth College. Ms. Phinney received her fellowship from the American Dental Assistants Association and is a certified dental assistant. She is active in the Washington State Dental Assisting Association, has served as a consultant for the American Dental Association for seventeen years and was a Commissioner for the American Dental Association, appointed by the American Dental Assistants Association.

      Judy Halstead is retired after thirty years as a dental assisting instructor and more than fifteen years as a practicing dental assistant. Formerly the dental assisting program director for a private college and a high school skills center, Ms. Halstead was active with local, state, and national Dental Assistant Associations for thirty-five years, serving as president of the Washington State chapter. She often presented lectures and workshops at local, state, and regional dental conferences, and served as an American Dental Association consultant. Ms. Halstead earned a BA from Eastern Washington University, is a certified dental assistant, and holds an expanded functions certificate.