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Dental Anatomy: Its Relevance to Dentistry
By Julian B. Woelfel DDS and Rickne C. Scheid DDS MEd
4.2 out of 5 stars (6 Reviews)
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Publisher:  Lippencott, Williams & Wilkins
Edition:  5th
Published:  January 15, 1997
Binding:  Paperback
Pages:  449
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A volume on dental anatomy that is designed to be used as a laboratory guide for faculty teaching and for students learning the language and concepts of dental anatomy. This edition features more learning exercises, with a global focus of oral cavity to the more tooth-specific.
 
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Good read, August 05, 2015
By Jimmy
Great book

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1.0 out of 5 stars.  Creased cover - unfortunate since it was for a gift, May 25, 2009
By R. Roberts
While overall the process of working with this vendor was fine - the book arrived with a seriously creased front cover. I had bought this as a graduation gift for a future dental student and had no time to return it before graduation. I was very disappointed.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  A must for either medical or dental students..., June 26, 2008
By F. Aderangi
If you are looking to better familiarize yourself dental and cranial anatomy, before or during medical/dental school, then purchase this book. The information is highly detailed and well organized and will definitely assist you throughout your anatomy classes, as well as, better prepare you for the board examinations.

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Great Book, July 29, 2004
By babak
I bought this book as a review material for NBDE , It has better text and much more useful photoes, pics and morphlogical outlines than Wheelers, Just skip the head and neck anatomy part and start with dental anatomy section, there is only one regret about this book , occlusion part is not enough for new NBDE , Overall Its well worth the money.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Open Wide, November 21, 2000
By "slavine2"
The book opens by summarising head and neck and then oral anatomy before moving onto the main subject of tooth morphology. It then has chapters on eruption, occlusion, dental abnormalities, operative and forensic dentistry. It seems mainly tailored to the pre-clinical student but also provides lots of information about the clinical relevance of anatomy. It also contains many practical exercises that would be of use to a clinical student, like a guide to extra-oral palpation. The bulk of the book (5 chapters on tooth morphology) contains if anything too much information, leaving the reader rather overloaded with facts. It handles the examination of extracted teeth in a logical fashion and would be useful in practical lab sessions. It also contains quizzes and tear-out sheets about tooth morphology. The other chapters in the book make for good introductions to the various subjects, with some excellent diagrams, but do not really cover the depth of knowledge required (e.g. about head and neck anatomy). However, a textbook that summarises many different subjects is certainly a more cost-effective buy than getting 7 or 8 more complete texts. Parts of the book are genuinely interesting. The chapter on dental abnormalities contains the case of a dental exchange student with 23 upper teeth, including 13 molars. Also the chapter on forensics gives an insight into something not normally discussed on the BDS course. In general, quite a good pre-clinical textbook ideal for a student interested in tooth morphology.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  the method being strenthened to dental anatomy, March 29, 2000
By kang hui jae
I was able to meet this book two years ago,when I was a 1st year of dental school. In that time, I don't know the merits of this book. but when I became 2nd, 3rd years, I was able to find that this book made me strengthen to anatomy. this book contain so many informations about an anatomic views including periodontics,endodontics, minor surgery... Especially root morphorlogy is very useful in endodontics. If you read and take this book as a reference, you will be good at many clinical subjects including Endodontics, periodontics, some prosthodontics, and minor surgery. Also Good as a review of Boards Good luck for you future as a dentist!

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