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Fundamentals of Oral Anatomy, Physiology and Histology

  • ID: 4772292
  • Book
  • 474 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Master the basics of Dental Anatomy, Histology, Embryology and Physiology.

The first edition of this book comprises of four sections. The first unit emphasizes on the morphology and variation of teeth as a part of dental anatomy. The Dental histology describes the development of teeth and associated tissues including enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum and periodontal ligament. It also includes the physical and chemical properties, histological appearance and clinical considerations of the same. Shedding, eruption of teeth, occlusion, and muscles of mastication are also dealt with.

Salivary glands, oral mucosa, maxillary sinus, temporomandibular joint and tissue preparation comprise the rest of the second unit. The third unit of embryology explains the development of the oral and paraoral structures with details of general embryology from fertilization onwards. Physiology is the fourth unit which constitutes important topics related to year one of dentistry that include mastication, chewing cycle, saliva and calcium and phosphorus metabolism.

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Unit I

Oral Histology

1. Development and growth of teeth

2. Enamel

3. Dentin

4. Pulp

5. Cementum

6. Periodontal Ligament

7. Alveolar Bone

8. Oral Mucosa

9. Salivary glands

10. Maxillary Sinus

11. Temporomandibular Joint

12. Eruption of teeth

13. Shedding

14. Age changes in the Oral Cavity and Teeth

15. Preparation of Tissue Specimens for Histological Study

Unit II

Oral Anatomy

16. Introduction to Dental Anatomy and Landmarks

17. Tooth Numbering Systems

18. Chronology and Development of the Dentition

19. Primary Dentition

20. Differences between Primary and Permanent Dentition

21. Orofacial Form and Function

22. The Permanent Maxillary Incisors

23. The Permanent Mandibular Incisors

24. The Permanent Maxillary Canine

25. The Permanent Mandibular Canine

26. The Permanent Maxillary Premolars

27. The Permanent Mandibular Premolars

28. The Permanent Maxillary First Molars

29. The Permanent Mandibular Molars

30. Morphology of the Pulp

31. The Mixed Dentition Period

32. Occlusion

33. Temporomandibular Joint

Unit III

General Embryology and Embryology of Oral Cavity, Face, Structures of Head and Neck

34. General Embryology and Embryology of Oral Cavity, Face, Structures of Head and Neck

Unit IV

Oral Physiology

35. Mastication and Deglutition

36. Saliva

37. Taste Sensation (Gustation)

38. Calcium and Phosphorus Metabolism

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