First Aid for the NBDE Part II

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January 1, 2008


Mixed media product, 432 pages


0071594264 / 9780071594264


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Main description

Use the successful First Aid formula to pass the National Board Dental Exam Part II with flying colors!

The new "bible" for NBDE Part II preparation! This high-yield, comprehensive review of topics examined on the National Board Dental Examination (NBDE) Part II is written for dental students by recent dental graduates who aced the boards.

  • Written for students by students who aced the exam, and reviewed by top dental school faculty
  • Hundreds of high-yield facts and mnemonics boost exam-day performance
  • Five case studies for top performance on the case-based component of the NBDE Part II
  • Four-page color insert of images
  • 100+ clinical images and illustrations you must know on exam day

For the ultimate NBDE study package, be sure to purchase First Aid for the NBDE Part 1.


Table of contents

First Aid for the NBDE Part II Section 1: Guide to Efficient Exam Preparation Introduction 1.Introduction to the NBDE Part II 2.Computer Based Testing Basics 3.Defining Your Goal 4.Study Resources 5.Test-taking Strategies 6.Testing Agencies Section 2: Database of High Yield Facts 7.How to use the database 8.Discipline Based Component: 8-1. Operative Dentistry 8-2. Pharmacology 8-3. Prosthodontics (Fixed and Removable) 8-4. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Pain Control 8-5. Orthodontics 8-6. Pediatric Dentistry 8-7. Endodontics 8-8. Periodontics 8-9. Oral Diagnosis (Including Oral Pathology and Radiology) 8-10. Patient Management - (Behavioral Science/Dental Public Health & Occupational Safety: Including OSHA and Infection Control) 9.Rapid Review Section 3: Case Based Component (Approximately 10 cases -- 70% adult, 30% pediatric Cases. 20% of cases will address medical management of compromised adults and children, highlighting modification of standard treatment.) Section 4: Database of Clinical Science Review Resources Appendix: Abbreviations and Symbols

Author comments

Jason E. Portnof, DMD, MD and Timothy Leung, MPH, DMD, MD are both licensed dentists and medical residents in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Weill Medical College of Cornell University (New York, NY). Dr. Portnof graduated fifth in his class and with honors from Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine (Fort Lauderdale, FL). Dr. Leung received his DMD from The University of Pennsylvania, one of the top dental schools in the US.

Tao Le, MD, MHS, is Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics and Chief, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Department of Medicine, University of Louisville.

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