Dental Terminology

Dental Terminology

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DENTAL TERMINOLOGY, Third edition takes a word-building approach to help dental assistants understand and remember dental terminology better than ever before. DENTAL TERMINOLOGY is not a strict dictionary of dental terms, but rather a word bank with pronunciation guides and definitions applied to practice areas, ita€™s the resource that dental professionals can use for years to come. The chapters are organized by specialty area, so readers can always find the information quickly. Whether learning in the classroom or on the job, DENTAL TERMINOLOGY, Third edition is the easy-to-use reference that comes in handy again and again. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.The mandibular laterals are wider than their centrals, while the maxillary centrals are wider than their laterals. ... The mandibular molars have two roots, termed bifurcation (bye-fer-KAYshun = branching into two parts). ... two ways: anatomical crown: covered with enamel and may not be totally visible but will be present the entire life of tooth. clinical crown: surface visible in the oral cavity; may not be totallyanbsp;...

Title:Dental Terminology
Author:Charline Dofka
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2012-03-16


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