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Now in its Tenth Edition, Permar's Oral Embryology and Microscopic Anatomy continues to provide comprehensive, yet concise coverage of embryology and histology for dental hygiene and dental assisting professions. It can also be used as an introductory text for dental students. This text begins with the basics of general histology, progresses through the development of the human embryo and fetus, and concludes with a focus on the development of the face and oral cavity. New to this edition are over 40 additional illustrations, including four-color micrographs. High-quality images of microscopic embryonic development and oral anatomy help students identify histologic structures. A new chapter regarding salivary glands includes information about remineralization, demineralization, fluoride, bacterial diseases, and HIV. Clinical aspects of oral tissue are covered to help readers expand their knowledge from basic to clinical sciences and apply fundamental principles. Suggested readings help readers find additional resources.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Reviewer: Rodrigue G. Barakat, DMD (Loyola University Medical Center)
Description: This is the tenth edition of a text on oral embryology and anatomy. The first pages contain color plates of the black-and-white illustrations that are included within the rest of the text.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide dental hygiene and dental assisting students with an easy to use text on the microscopic anatomy and embryology of the mouth and jaws. The authors provide students with fundamental information while avoiding the nonessential details of the subject. The chapters contain concise information and are very well illustrated. The text is written using an easy to understand vocabulary by authors with credentials which certainly make them a credible source for the information presented.
Audience: The target audience is dental hygiene and assistant students.
Features: A brief chapter on the principles of histology serves as an introduction. The authors then review the development of the mouth and jaws in the second and third chapters and the main tissue types present in the oral cavity in subsequent chapters. The emphasis is on the tissues associated with the periodontium rather than the jaws in general. The quality of the references seems adequate for most chapters.
Assessment: This book should prove to be a good reference for the targeted reader. Adding color to the images is a great improvement in this edition. However, the reader would benefit if the images that accompany the text were also in color. The manner in which images are duplicated is somewhat confusing.
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Reviewer: Rodrigue G. Barakat, DMD(Loyola University Medical Center)
Description: This is the tenth edition of a text on oral embryology and anatomy. The first pages contain color plates of the black-and-white illustrations that are included within the rest of the text.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide dental hygiene and dental assisting students with an easy to use text on the microscopic anatomy and embryology of the mouth and jaws. The authors provide students with fundamental information while avoiding the nonessential details of the subject. The chapters contain concise information and are very well illustrated. The text is written using an easy to understand vocabulary by authors with credentials which certainly make them a credible source for the information presented.
Audience: The target audience is dental hygiene and assistant students.
Features: A brief chapter on the principles of histology serves as an introduction. The authors then review the development of the mouth and jaws in the second and third chapters and the main tissue types present in the oral cavity in subsequent chapters. The emphasis is on the tissues associated with the periodontium rather than the jaws in general. The quality of the references seems adequate for most chapters.
Assessment: This book should prove to be a good reference for the targeted reader. Adding color to the images is a great improvement in this edition. However, the reader would benefit if the images that accompany the text were also in color. The manner in which images are duplicated is somewhat confusing.
Rodrigue G. Barakat
This is the tenth edition of a text on oral embryology and anatomy. The first pages contain color plates of the black-and-white illustrations that are included within the rest of the text. The purpose is to provide dental hygiene and dental assisting students with an easy to use text on the microscopic anatomy and embryology of the mouth and jaws. The authors provide students with fundamental information while avoiding the nonessential details of the subject. The chapters contain concise information and are very well illustrated. The text is written using an easy to understand vocabulary by authors with credentials which certainly make them a credible source for the information presented. The target audience is dental hygiene and assistant students. A brief chapter on the principles of histology serves as an introduction. The authors then review the development of the mouth and jaws in the second and third chapters and the main tissue types present in the oral cavity in subsequent chapters. The emphasis is on the tissues associated with the periodontium rather than the jaws in general. The quality of the references seems adequate for most chapters. This book should prove to be a good reference for the targeted reader. Adding color to the images is a great improvement in this edition. However, the reader would benefit if the images that accompany the text were also in color. The manner in which images are duplicated is somewhat confusing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683306446
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 3/1/2000
  • Edition description: Tenth
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 332

Table of Contents

Introduction to Histology

Embryonic Development of the Face and Oral Cavity

Tooth Development

Tooth Enamel

Dentin

Tooth Pulp

Cementum

Periodontal Ligament

Bone and the Alveolar Process

Oral Mucous Membranes

The Gingiva

The Salivary Glands

Tooth Eruption and the Shedding of the Primary Teeth

Temporomandibular Joint

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