Dental anatomy, physiology, and occlusion /

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Author / Creator:Ash, Major M., 1921-2007
Edition:8th ed.
Imprint:Philadelphia : W.B. Saunders, c2003.
Description:xiv, 523 p., 16 p. of col. plates : ill. ; 27 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Language:English
Subject:Teeth.
Occlusion (Dentistry)
Tooth -- anatomy & histology.
Dental Occlusion.
Tooth -- physiology.
Occlusion (Dentistry)
Teeth.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/5570699
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Varying Form of Title:Wheeler's dental anatomy, physiology, and occlusion /
Other uniform titles:Nelson, Stanley J.
Ash, Major M., 1921-2007 Wheeler's dental anatomy, physiology, and occlusion.
ISBN:0721693822
Notes:Rev. ed. of: Wheeler's dental anatomy, physiology, and occlusion. 7th ed. c1993.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction to Dental Anatomy
  • Formation of the Dentitions (Overview)
  • Nomenclature
  • Formulae for Mammalian Teeth
  • Tooth Numbering Systems
  • Division into Thirds, Line Angles, and Point Angles
  • Tooth Drawing and Carving
  • Measurement of Teeth
  • Summary
  • 2. Development and Eruption of the Teeth
  • Clinical Considerations
  • Malformations
  • The Dentitions
  • Neuromuscular Development
  • Transitional (Mixed) Dentition Period
  • Loss of Primary Teeth
  • Permanent Dentition
  • Size of Teeth
  • Dental Pulp
  • Cementoenamal Junction
  • Dental Age
  • Tooth Formation Standards
  • Chronologies of Human Dentition
  • Types of Chronologies
  • Stages of Tooth Formation
  • Age of Attainment
  • Age Prediction
  • Maturity Assessment
  • Duration of Root and Crown Formation
  • Summary
  • Sequence of Eruption
  • Estimating Time of Enamel Hypoplasia
  • 3. The Primary (Deciduous) Teeth
  • Life Cycle
  • Importance of Primary Teeth
  • Nomenclature
  • Major Contrasts between Primary and Permanent Teeth
  • Pulp Chambers and Pulp Canals
  • A Detailed Description of Each Primary Tooth
  • 4. Forensics, Comparative Anatomy, Geometries, and Form and Function
  • Forensic Dentistry
  • Comparative Dental Anatomy
  • Summary of Schematic Outlines
  • Form and Function of the Permanent Dentition
  • 5. Orofacial Complex: Form and Function
  • Form and Function
  • Form Follows Function
  • Articulation of Teeth
  • Physiological Form of the Teeth and Periodontium
  • Fundamental Curvatures
  • Proximal Contact Areas
  • Interproximal Spaces (Formed by Proximal Surfaces in Contact)
  • Embrasures (Spillways)
  • Contact Areas and Incisal and Occlusal Embrasures from the Labial and Buccal Aspect
  • Facial and Lingual Contours at the Cervical Thirds (Cervical Ridges) and Lingual Contours at the Middle Thirds of Crowns
  • The Height of Epithelial Attachment: Curvatures of the Cervical Lines (CEJ) Mesially and Distally
  • 6. The Permanent Maxillary Incisors
  • Maxillary Central Incisor
  • Maxillary Lateral Incisor
  • 7. The Permanent Mandibular Incisors
  • Mandibular Central Incisor
  • Mandibular Lateral Incisor
  • 8. The Permanent Canines: Maxillary and Mandibular
  • Maxillary Canine
  • Mandibular Canine
  • 9. The Permanent Maxillary Premolars
  • Maxillary First Premolar
  • Maxillary Second Premolar
  • 10. The Permanent Mandibular Premolars
  • Mandibular First Premolar
  • Mandibular Second Premolar
  • 11. The Permanent Maxillary Molars
  • Maxillary First Molar
  • Maxillary Second Molar
  • Maxillary Third Molar
  • 12. The Permanent Mandibular Molars
  • Mandibular First Molar
  • Mandibular Second Molar
  • Mandibular Third Molar
  • 13. Pulp Chambers and Canals
  • Pulp, Chambers, and Canals
  • Radiographs
  • Foramen
  • Demarcation of Pulp Cavity and Canal
  • Pulp Horns
  • Clinical Applications
  • The Pulp Cavities of Maxillary Teeth
  • The Pulp Cavities of Mandibular Teeth
  • Radiographs: Pulp Chambers and Canals
  • Crown and Root Fracture
  • 14. Dento-Osseous Structures, Blood Vessels, and Nerves
  • The Maxillae
  • The Mandible
  • Arterial Supply to the Teeth
  • 15. The Temporomandibular Joints, Muscles, Teeth, and their Functions
  • Temporomandibular Articulation
  • Muscles
  • Lateral Pterygoid Muscle
  • Masseter Muscle
  • Mandibular Movements and Muscle Activity
  • 16. Occlusion
  • Concepts of Occlusion
  • Development of the Dentitions
  • Overview of Primary Occlusion
  • Permanent Dentition
  • Cusp, Fossa, and Marginal Ridge Relations
  • Lateral Occlusal Relations
  • Biomechanics of Chewing Function
  • Neurobehavioral Aspects of Occlusion
  • Oral Motor Behavior
  • Swallowing
  • Summary
  • Appendix A. Review of Tooth Morphology
  • Color Plates
  • Deciduous dentition
  • Mixed and permanent dentition
  • Maxillary central incisor (right)
  • Maxillary lateral incisor (right)
  • Mandibular central incisor (right)
  • Mandibular lateral incisor (right)
  • Maxillary canine (right)
  • Mandibular canine (right)
  • Maxillary 1st premolar (right)
  • Maxillary 2nd premolar (right)
  • Mandibular 1st premolar (right)
  • Mandibular 2nd premolar (right)
  • Maxillary 1st molar (right)
  • Maxillary 2nd molar (right)
  • Mandibular 1st molar (right)
  • Mandibular 2nd molar (right)
  • Appendix B. Tooth Traits of the Permanent Dentition
  • Tables
  • Maxillary incisors: type traits and other characteristics
  • Mandibular incisors: type traits and other characteristics
  • Maxillary and mandibular incisors: arch traits and other characteristics
  • Canines: type and arch traits and other characteristics
  • Maxillary premolars: type traits and other characteristics
  • Maxillary premolars: arch traits and other characteristics
  • Mandibular premolars: type traits and other characteristics
  • Maxillary molars: type traits and other characteristics
  • Mandibular molars: type traits and other characteristics