Now in a revised and updated third edition, this classic text is the first student-oriented book on the important subject of oral development and histology. For the first time, full color illustrations and histologic radiographs are included to complement and support the expertly written text. The book covers the whole field of oral development and histology, addressing topics such as crown formation, root structures, wound healing, histology of oral mucosa and tonsils, and much more!Special Features of the new third edition: Hundreds of color photographs and histologic images side-by-side with the text to enhance your understanding of the subject Clinical Applications show you how to apply this valuable information, bridging the gap between basic science and clinical treatment New chapters on molecular biology of tooth initiation, induction, enamel, as well as gerontology Full coverage of the genetics of facial and dental formation and malformation syndromes Review questions and self-contained study units in every chapterWhether you are a student learning a new field or an experienced practitioner looking for a refresher, Oral Development and Histology, Third Edition is the most comprehensive book available in the field. Highly organized and designed, it will make your work easier and more rewarding!
ESSENTIALS OF ORAL HISTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY forms the foundation for everything students need to know about dental anatomy. It's divided into sixteen chapters which include discussions of cells, tissue and organ biology; development of the orofacial region; the formation, eruption, and exfoliation of teeth; structure and function of teeth; structure of supporting tissues; and the soft tissues of the oral area. * Encompasses histologic and embryologic information with specific considerations of the latest clinical connotations. * Features self-evaluation questions at the end of each chapter, so students can test their knowledge of material. * Contains more than 480 superb full-color illustrations, including low magnification light and high magnification electron microscopic photographs. * Includes several tables and boxes throughout text to highlight and facilitate further comprehension of material.
Accompanying CD-ROM contains ... "150 color images with legends, 472 book figures with legends, 438 multiple choice test questions, and 119 interactive drag-and-drop exercises." -- from CD-ROM Welcome screen.
With clear coverage of the anatomy of oral and facial tissues, Essentials of Oral Histology and Embryology: A Clinical Approach, 4th Edition, helps you understand normal orofacial development to prepare you to care for patients with abnormalities or dental pathologies. It provides a strong foundation in oral biology, focusing on the development and structure of cells and tissues, the stages of tooth development and maturation, and the parts of teeth including enamel, dentin, dental pulp, and cementum. New illustrations and discussions of emerging issues keep you current with advances in the dental professions and patient care. Written by Daniel J. Chiego Jr., an experienced educator in oral histology and embryology, this book provides the basic science you need to succeed in the classroom and in clinical practice. Clinically focused content provides essential knowledge of the basics of oral biology with an emphasis on its relationship to clinical practice and a focus on the patient. Full-color art program includes many high-quality illustrations, histographs, micrographs, and clinical photos depicting various stages of development of the oral structures. Clinical Comment and Consider the Patient boxes help you apply information to clinical practice and patient care by describing clinical tips, points of interest, and patient situations. Self-evaluation questions are included at the end of each chapter, helping you review for classroom and national board exams. Key vocabulary is listed at the beginning of each chapter and highlighted in boldface within the text. Suggested readings at the end of each chapter allow you to research classic and new studies. Expert author Daniel Chiego has 40 years of experience in research and education in oral embryology and histology, and has directed the dental and dental hygiene courses of study in these topics at the University of Michigan for more than 15 years. An Evolve companion website provides practice quizzes, vocabulary flashcards, labeling exercises, and links to related websites for further research and study. NEW and UPDATED content on thyroid development and hormones, tooth development, dentin, collagen, and cemental repair incorporates findings from recent studies. UPDATED and EXPANDED art program accurately depicts the anatomy of oral and facial tissues and provides high-quality images to help improve comprehension.
Gain a deeper understanding of oral health with the definitive text in oral histology. Written by Dr. Antonio Nanci, a world-renowned leader in cell biology, the new ninth edition of Ten Cate’s Oral Histology covers all the latest research and trends in oral histology, embryology, physiology, oral biology, and postnatal growth and development that is essential to success in oral health! Considered to be the standard in the field, this renowned text uses straightforward explanations and detailed, full-color micrographs, images, and illustrations to help you better understand even the most complex topics. Detailed histological and structural images help you differentiate the structures. Medical approach to histology helps you understand underlying biological events, and oral tissue repair and regeneration. Full-color format helps bring oral histology to life. Learning resources on the Evolve website include multiple-choice review questions with instant feedback, and interactive drag-and-drop exercises. NEW! Full-color micrographs, images, and 3D art enhance your understanding of key oral histology concepts. NEW! Commentary boxes highlight new and innovative research topics from leaders in the field. NEW! Updated content — including additional content on the nervous system in chapter four — has been added to keep you up to date with the latest information in the field.
• 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 • contains more line diagrams and illustrations for easier understanding
Written by dentists for dentists – authors who know exactly what students need for safe clinical practice Includes comprehensive coverage of the soft tissues of the oral region and skeletal structures of the head, including vasculature and innervation Contains topics not found in other titles – including tooth eruption morphology and the effects of aging on teeth and associated soft tissues Includes clear discussion of sectional and functional morphology – mastication, swallowing, and speech Addresses physical and chemical properties of the tooth structure – enamel, dentine, pulp and cementum Many chapters include Clinical Considerations which explore pathological findings relating to the topic as well as other areas of importance such as the use of local anaesthesia, TMJ disorders and malocclusion Explores bone structure and remodelling – including potential bone atrophy following tooth extraction, its relevance to orthodontic treatment and implantology, trauma and malignancy Rich with over 1000 images including schematic artworks, radiological images, electron-micrographs, cadaveric and clinical photographs all specially selected to make learning and recall as easy as possible Includes the use of mnemonics and emboldened key terms to aid recall On-line self-assessment module aids revision and self-testing Many topics now boxed to aid learning and rapid revision Explores recent areas of research including tissue engineering techniques, TMJ replacement and the discovery of new chromosomal abnormalities
1 In vivo appearance of the oral cavity. -- 2 Dento-osseous structures. -- 3 Regional topography of the mouth and related areas. -- 4 Vasculature and innervation of the mouth. -- 5 Sectional anatomy of the oral cavity and related areas. -- 6 Functional anatomy. -- 7 Enamel. -- 8 Investing organic layers on enamel surfaces. -- 9 Dentine. -- 10 Dental pulp. -- 11 Cementum. -- 12 Periodontal ligament. -- 13 Alveolar bone. -- 14 Oral mucosa. -- 15 Temporomandibular joint. -- 16 Salivary glands. -- 17 Development of the face. -- 18 Development of the palate. -- 19 Development of the jaws. -- 20 Development of the tongue and salivary glands. -- 21 Early tooth development. -- 22 Amelogenesis. -- 23 Dentinogenesis. -- 24 Development of the dental pulp. -- 25 Development of the root and periodontal ligament. -- 26 Development of the dentitions. -- 27 Ageing and archaeological and dental anthropological applications of tooth structure.
First published in 1944, Orban's Oral Histology and Embryology has become the classic text for successive generations of dental students. While retaining the same fundamentals and lucid writing style, this book reflects the current advances and latest curriculum offered in Indian universities. In the fourteenth edition, all the chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated discussing biological aspects of oral tissues and emphasizing the clinical relevance of oral histological aspects. Molecular Events in Oral Histology is now available as an online supplement (resources.clinicallearning.com ) Practical supplement with photomicrographs and pencil diagrams of photographed field All the line illustrations have been modified and poor quality photographs replaced with improved ones for better understanding of the subject New chapter on Age Changes in Oral Tissues More/ improved color illustrations Summary with subheadings for quick review More text boxes and flowcharts incorporated to highlight important concepts and for ease of understanding subject matter
Fundamentals of Oral Histology and Physiology is a landmark new text streamlining the essentials of histology and physiology into one clinically accessible textbook. Written for predoctoral dental students, the book brings together structure, function, and clinical correlations for maximum retention and ease of use. Assuming a background in basic biologic sciences, this text focuses on the histology and physiology that students need to know to practice dentistry and to understand and evaluate the current literature, without repeating basic information learned in other courses. Fundamentals of Oral Histology and Physiology concentrates on Oral Structures and Features, including Development, Teeth, Tooth and Jaw Support, Mucosal Structure and Function, and Effectors. Key Features: Integrates normal histology and physiology enabling students to understand key concepts and their application to clinical practice Brief summaries at key points in the text that highlight significant information and concepts A comprehensive glossary that defines important terms for each chapter Contains high quality photomicrographs, drawings, charts, and tables illustrating fundamental concepts Incorporates clinical correlations for common diseases and conditions Includes case studies in several chapters Comes with access to a companion website that includes student review questions, case scenarios, figures, and tables
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!
Master the basics of Dental Histology, Anatomy, Embryology and Physiology. Fundamentals of Oral Anatomy, Physiology and Histology comprises of four units: Oral Histology, Oral Anatomy, General Embryology and Oral Physiology sections elaborating essential concepts in altogether 38 chapters. Oral Histology emphasizes on the morphology and variation of teeth as a part of dental anatomy. The dental histology section describes the development of teeth and associated tissues including enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum and periodontal ligament. Salivary glands, oral mucosa, maxillary sinus, temporomandibular joint and tissue preparation comprise the rest of the second unit, Oral Anatomy. 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 phosphorous metabolism. - Conforms to the syllabi prescribed by DCI - Offers an easy-to-follow format for each chapter with numerous tables, flowcharts, photos, and simple neatly labelled line diagrams and histomicrographs - Summarizes important take away points under Synopsis in each chapter - Provided Review Questions in each chapter for self-appraisal - Hand drawn histology diagrams