Research Writing in Dentistry provides its readers with a uniquely practical guide to selecting, designing, and writing up a research project. Of particular use to the dental student, both pre– and post–doctoral, this is a no–nonsense guide that presents concrete advice and information that can be absorbed quickly and effectively. By asking simple questions, the useful book enables readers to develop, analyze and present a program of research work. Research Writing in Dentistry begins with the basic principles of research: what it is and how to select a topic and plan a program. It then moves on to discuss study design, methods and materials, presenting results and undertaking a literature review. It concludes with a section on basic statistics and analysis. Precepts and guidance are illustrated throughout with examples from dentistry.