Microbiology is an extremely diverse discipline and can be a bewildering field to the novice, particularly for dental students due to limited syllabus. Dental students are in a fix to take a particular book with limited time and syllabus. Such books are too long and detailed to be read by the typical dental student who is trying to keep up with several classes simultaneously of other dental subjects. The microbiology text presented here was written after 27 years of teaching medical and dental students and searching for a book that was both readable and complete enough to meet the needs of dental students. Textbook of microbiology for dental students contains all of the information that is pertinent to the students who are studying microbiology keeping in mind their examination. This book also provides a solid background of microbiology while describing the organisms in a manner that is relevant to dental practice
1. Introduction to Oral and Dental Tissues, 2. General Embryology and Growth & Development of Oromaxillofacial Structures, 3. Development of Teeth, 4. Ename, 5. Dentin, 6. Dental Pulp, 7. Cementum, 8. Periodontal Ligament, 9. Oral Mucous Membrane, 10. Bone and Alveolus, 11. Salivary Glands, 12. Eruption of Teeth and Physiologic Teeth Movements, 13. Shedding of Deciduous Teeth, 14. Temporomandibular Joint, 15. Maxillary Sinus, 16. Age Changes in Oral Tissues, 17. Methods Used in Preparation of Specimen for Histological Study, 18. Advanced Techniques in the Study of Oral Tissues, 19. Repair and Regeneration of Dental Tissues, 20. Fibroblast and Its Product
This textbook is a comprehensive guide to dental anatomy, physiology and occlusion (alignment), for postgraduate dental students. Beginning with an introduction to anatomy and tooth development, the following chapters provide in depth discussion on deciduous and permanent dentition, morphology of teeth, and occlusion. The final section is dedicated to tooth carving, providing step by step methodology. Each chapter includes multiple choice questions and answers to help students prepare for exams, and features numerous high quality photographs and diagrams with descriptions. Two interactive DVDs are included, demonstrating tooth carving procedures for different teeth, and providing more multiple choice questions for self assessment. Key points Comprehensive guide to dental anatomy, physiology and occlusion for postgraduate students Complete section dedicated to tooth carving Multiple choice questions in each chapter Includes DVDs demonstrating tooth carving procedures
Understand oral histology and learn to apply your knowledge in the clinical setting with this definitive reference. Now in full color and thoroughly updated, Ten Cate’s 8th Edition provides insight on contemporary research and trends in oral histology, embryology, physiology, oral biology, postnatal growth and development that is essential to your success in oral health!
1. Structure of the Oral Tissues
2. General Embryology
3. Embryology of the Head, Face, and Oral Cavity
4. Cytoskeleton, Cell Junctions, Fibroblasts, and Extracellular Matrixes
5. Development of the Tooth and Its Supporting Tissues
7. Enamel: Composition, Formation, and Structure
8. Dentin-Pulp Complex
10. Physiologic Tooth Movement: Eruption and Shedding
11. Salivary Glands
12. Oral Mucosa
13. Temporomandibular Joint
14. Facial growth and development
15. Repair and Regeneration of Oral Tissues
The book “Succinct Concise Anatomy for Dental Students with MCQs” describes about anatomy of human body, organs in details and associated disorders. The organs covered in detail includes scalp, face, orbit, temporal and infratemporal region, temporomandibular joint and muscles of mastication, parotid region, submandibular region, side, back, front, cervical viscera and glands of the neck, lymphoid tissue and joints of the head and neck, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, nose, paranasal sinuses, cranial cavity, tongue, ear, ventricular system, cerebrum, mandible, cerebellum, etc. The book also describes various stages of development of organs in fetus under the section embryology. The tissue is described in detail in histology section. The foramen, joints, chromosomal disorders are dealt in a separate section that is miscellaneous.
Key Features Incorporates all relevant changes especially in the field of molecular biology Discusses molecular biological aspects of oral tissues Emphasizes clinical relevance of oral histological aspects About the Book: Orbans Oral Histology and Embryology: 13th Edition First published in 1994, Orbans Oral Histology and Embryologyhas become the classic text for successive generations of dentalstudents. This thirteenth edition, while retaining the samefundamentals and lucid writing style, reflects upon the recentadvances and latest curriculum offered in Indian universities. New to this Edition All chapters have been extensively revised and updated Incorporates Summary and Review Questions at the end of eachchapter for the benefits of the students All line illustrations have been modified and poor photographshave been replaced with improved ones for better understanding ofthe subject New chapter on Lymphoid Tissue and Lymphatics in OrofacialRegion Preparation of Specimens for Histologic Study upgraded as achapter Contens 1. An overview of Oral Tissues 2. Development of face and Oral Cavity 3. Development and Growth of Teeth 4. Enamel 5. Dentin 6. Pulp 7. Cementum 8. Periodontal Ligament 9. Bone 10. Oral Mucous Membrane 11. Salivary Glands 12. Tooth Eruption 13. Shedding of Deciduous Teeth 14. Temporomandibular Joint 15. Maxillary Sinus 16. Histochemistry of Oral Tisues About the Author: GS Kumar Dr G S Kumar is the Principal of KSR Institute of Dental Scienceand Research, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu. He has been a full timeteacher of oral histology and oral pathology for the past 25 yearsand has been associated to dental colleges of repute-SDM College ofDental Sciences, Dharwad and College of Dental Surgery (CODS),Manipal.
Netter’s Head and Neck Anatomy for Dentistry, by Neil S. Norton, PhD, uses more than 600 full-color images from the Netter Collection to richly depict all of the key anatomy that’s relevant to clinical practice. This new edition takes your knowledge further than ever with more Netter illustrations; addition of over 20 cone beam CT images; new chapters on the upper limbs, thorax, and abdomen; and more than 100 multiple-choice questions. Whether for your dental anatomy course, board review, or as a handy reference in your dental office, this concise, visual guide is an excellent anatomy atlas and quick reference for students and professionals in dentistry and dental hygiene.
- Identify clinically relevant anatomy with Netter illustrations highlighted and modified for dentistry.
- See the practical important of anatomy from illustrated clinical examples in each chapter.
- Review essential concepts easily with tables that display the maximum amount of information in an at-a-glance format.
- Master anatomy for the head and neck and beyond, including upper limbs, thorax, and abdomen.
- Stay current on hot topics like cone beam CT imaging, intraoral injections, and anesthesia.
- Recognize the context and clinical relevance of head and neck anatomy through additional coverage of dental procedures.
- Prepare effectively for the dental boards with over 100 multiple-choice questions.
With its many complex structures, the anatomy of the head and neck is one of the most challenging areas of human anatomy to study and master. These 248 flash cards are the perfect streamlined review to help you learn head and neck anatomy as well as common diseases and disorders of this region easily, efficiently, and at your own rate of study. Netter’s Advanced Head and Neck Anatomy Flash Cards is your perfect quick resource for a fast and fun review at any stage of your healthcare career.
Featuring a full-color review of dental structures, Illustrated Dental Embryology, Histology, and Anatomy, 4th Edition, provides a complete look at the development, cellular makeup, and morphology of the teeth and associated structures. A clear, reader-friendly writing style makes it easy to understand both basic science and clinical applications, putting the material into the context of everyday dental practice. New to this edition are updates on caries risk, safe levels of fluoride use, and prevention of periodontal disease. Expert authors Margaret Fehrenbach and Tracy Popowics provide an essential background in oral biology for student dental professionals, including excellent preparation for board exams.
- Comprehensive coverage includes all the content needed for an introduction to the developmental, histological, and anatomic foundations of oral health.
- Hundreds of full-color anatomical illustrations and clinical and microscopic photographs accompany text descriptions of anatomy and biology.
- An approachable writing style covers the latest evidence-based information and makes it easy to grasp and learn to apply the material.
- A logical organization separates the book into four units for easier understanding: (1) an introduction to dental structures, (2) dental embryology, (3) dental histology, and (4) dental anatomy.
- Key terms open each chapter, accompanied by phonetic pronunciations, and are highlighted within the text, and a glossary provides a quick and handy review and research tool.
- Clinical Considerations boxes relate abstract-seeming biologic concepts to everyday clinical practice.
- Learning outcomes at the beginning of each chapter clearly identify the information you are expected to absorb.
- Summary tables and boxes provide quick, easy-to-read summaries of concepts and procedures and serve as useful review and study tools.
- Student resources on the Evolve companion website enhance learning with practice quizzes, samplecase studies, review questions, and interactive exercises.
- A bibliography lists resource citations for further research and study.
- Expert primary author Margaret Fehrenbach is one of the most trusted names in dental education, and writes extensively, lectures widely, and consults for many of the major dental manufacturers and supply companies.
- NEW! Updated coverage includes the newest evidence-based information on orofacial embryology, especially enamel formation; orofacial histology including fibroblasts, microplicae, keratin, collagen proteins, aging, repair, 3-D tissue engineering, mucoperiosteum, dental pulp stem cells, and platelet-rich plasma; root anatomy; and the latest guidelines on dental biofilm, fluoride use, smile design, periodontal procedures, endoscopy, saliva testing, enamel remineralization, periimplant disease, myofunctional therapy, and orthodontic therapy intervention.
- NEW color illustrations, photomicrographs, and diagrams add detail and help to build comprehension.
- NEW secondary author Tracy Popowics, PhD, provides research and expertise related to advanced dental content.
- A student workbook offers a wealth of interactive exercises, including labeling/structure identification to master anatomy, word-search and crosswordpuzzles for vocabulary practice, detailed guidelines for tooth drawing, and illustrated case studies with follow-up questions; in the back of the book, 32 removable flashcards provide practice on identifying permanent teeth and their features and characteristics. Sold separately.