dental anatomy

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the branch of gross anatomy concerning with the morphology of teeth

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This view is consistent with observations of lungfish dental anatomy, including Tomes (1882), Peyer (1925), Bemis (1984), and Smith & Krupina (2001), all of whom noted the sustained growth and redeposition of dental plates in Dipnoi.
You will cover subjects such as dental anatomy, materials and basic lab techniques, complete and partial denture prosthetics, conservation and restoration, orthodontic appliances and dental bridge fabrication.
This textbook presents dental anatomy, physiology, and occlusion through illustrations and discussion of development, morphology, form and function, and identity of the teeth, as well as clinical considerations, pulp formation, and the sequence of eruptions.
Among the many courses aspiring dental hygienists will be taking are head and neck anatomy, dental anatomy for dental auxiliaries, nutrition and oral health, pre-clinical and clinical dental hygiene, dental radiology, and oral histology, embryology and pathology.
Bahinia's dental anatomy adds further support to the view that Asian anthropoids developed from creatures related to modern tarsiers, the team adds.
The customized appliance, which is manufactured using sophisticated imaging, rapid prototyping and robotic technologies, is designed based on each patient's dental anatomy to provide optimal comfort and performance.