Textbook of Dental Anatomy and Oral Physiology PDF – Including Occlusion and Forensic Odontology
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This book is basically the result of more than eight years of my teaching in Dental Anatomy and Oral Physiology for dental and medical students. Some of the students have also been faculty and post-docs. I am very grateful to them for their patience and tolerance as it progressed from crude notes to the present form. Many of my teachers and friends have been a big source of inspiration and ideas. It is my belief that Dental Anatomy and Oral Physiology have very much to contribute to basic knowledge in the field of dentistry. I hope enough students see this to make it happen. If this book contributes in any small way to the future progress, it will serve its purpose.
The material in the book is written for persons at a number of levels. Much of it is introductory for a beginner in dentistry, but serves to link to principles with other branches by association. For that reason, it needs to be studied with some care.
This list is incomplete and I wish to thank and acknowledge all those who were involved with this. I owe a special note of thanks to so many colleagues who, for various reasons, were (and many are still) skeptical of the approach. Without that skepticism and close scrutiny, there would be far more weaknesses and errors in this and related works. I hope this book provokes some strong reactions, positive and negative.
No one is complete and perfect. Thus, I accept my limitations as well as shortcomings in this book if any. I sincerely welcome all suggestions or any mistakes and look forward to improve further.
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