This unique book describes the highly complex biology of the oral cells and tissues in a refreshingly clear and straightforward style. At the same time, it presents basic science and clinical correlations that demonstrate the significance of traditional basic science to oral biology as well as to clinical dentistry. Extensively documented with references to the current literature, this book will serve equally well as an introductory text for dental students, as a basic science review for dental postdoctoral specialists, and as a useful reference for researchers investigating problems related to the oral cavity.
1 Early Tooth Development
4 Oral Mucosa
6 Periodontal Ligament
7 Root Formation and Cementogenesis
9 Salivary Glands
10 Oral Somatosensory Systems
12 Cartilage and Temporomandibular Joint
13 Immune System
14 Phagocytic Cells
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It is apparent that Dr Garant strived diligently to present a benchmark product. Oral Cells and Tissues should be found in the library of every dental student, research scientist, educator and practicing dentist. --Theodore J. Klopman, DDS, MPA, - The New York State Dental Journal, August/September 2003
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Book Description Quintessence Pub Co, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110867154292
Book Description Quintessence Pub Co, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0867154292