DH 2111: Dental Anatomy, Embryology & Histology

3 Credits

Structural microscopic anatomy of oral hard/soft tissues. All deciduous/permanent teeth, including tooth form, function, and relationship to oral health. Tooth development, calcification, eruption, and exfoliation patterns. Ideal static occlusion, dental terminology, tooth annotation systems. Learning activity includes identification/annotation of teeth, dental histology, embryology, and anatomy.

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