Wheeler's Dental Anatomy, Physiology and Occlusion (8 HAR/CDR)

Wheeler's Dental Anatomy, Physiology and Occlusion (8 HAR/CDR)

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Table of Contents

  Introduction to Dental Anatomy                   1  (28)
Formation of the Dentitions (Overview) 1 (1)
Nomenclature 2 (1)
Formulae for Mammalian Teeth 3 (1)
Tooth Numbering Systems 3 (10)
Division into Thirds, Line Angles, and 13 (2)
Point Angles
Tooth Drawing and Carving 15 (7)
Measurement of Teeth 22 (1)
Summary 22 (7)
Development and Eruption of the Teeth 29 (36)
Clinical Considerations 29 (2)
Malformations 31 (5)
The Dentitions 36 (2)
Neuromuscular Development 38 (3)
Transitional (Mixed) Dentition Period 41 (1)
Loss of Primary Teeth 41 (1)
Permanent Dentition 42 (4)
Size of Teeth 46 (1)
Dental Pulp 47 (1)
Cementoenamal Junction 48 (1)
Dental Age 49 (2)
Tooth Formation Standards 51 (1)
Chronologies of Human Dentition 52 (1)
Types of Chronologies 52 (1)
Stages of Tooth Formation 52 (1)
Age of Attainment 52 (4)
Age Prediction 56 (1)
Maturity Assessment 57 (1)
Duration of Root and Crown Formation 57 (1)
Summary 57 (1)
Sequence of Eruption 58 (2)
Estimating Time of Enamel Hypoplasia 60 (5)
The Primary (Deciduous) Teeth 65 (34)
Life Cycle 65 (1)
Importance of Primary Teeth 65 (1)
Nomenclature 66 (2)
Major Contrasts between Primary and 68 (3)
Permanent Teeth
Pulp Chambers and Pulp Canals 71 (2)
A Detailed Description of Each Primary Tooth 73 (26)
Forensics, Comparative Anatomy, Geometries, 99 (20)
and Form and Function
Forensic Dentistry 99 (2)
Comparative Dental Anatomy 101(11)
Summary of Schematic Outlines 112(1)
Form and Function of the Permanent Dentition 112(7)
Orofacial Complex: Form and Function 119(30)
Form and Function 119(1)
Form Follows Function 119(1)
Articulation of Teeth 120(1)
Physiological Form of the Teeth and 120(1)
Periodontium
Fundamental Curvatures 120(1)
Proximal Contact Areas 121(5)
Interproximal Spaces (Formed by Proximal 126(4)
Surfaces in Contact)
Embrasures (Spillways) 130(1)
Contact Areas and Incisal and Occlusal 131(7)
Embrasures from the Labial and Buccal Aspect
Facial and Lingual Contours at the Cervical 138(4)
Thirds (Cervical Ridges) and Lingual
Contours at the Middle Thirds of Crowns
The Height of Epithelial Attachment: 142(7)
Curvatures of the Cervical Lines (CEJ)
Mesially and Distally
The Permanent Maxillary Incisors 149(22)
Maxillary Central Incisor 150(11)
Maxillary Lateral Incisor 161(10)
The Permanent Mandibular Incisors 171(20)
Mandibular Central Incisor 171(9)
Mandibular Lateral Incisor 180(11)
The Permanent Canines: Maxillary and 191(24)
Mandibular
Maxillary Canine 192(11)
Mandibular Canine 203(12)
The Permanent Maxillary Premolars 215(24)
Maxillary First Premolar 216(14)
Maxillary Second Premolar 230(9)
The Permanent Mandibular Premolars 239(24)
Mandibular First Premolar 239(12)
Mandibular Second Premolar 251(12)
The Permanent Maxillary Molars 263(34)
Maxillary First Molar 264(16)
Maxillary Second Molar 280(7)
Maxillary Third Molar 287(10)
The Permanent Mandibular Molars 297(36)
Mandibular First Molar 297(17)
Mandibular Second Molar 314(8)
Mandibular Third Molar 322(11)
Pulp Chambers and Canals 333(44)
Pulp, Chambers, and Canals 333(1)
Radiographs 334(2)
Foramen 336(1)
Demarcation of Pulp Cavity and Canal 337(1)
Pulp Horns 338(2)
Clinical Applications 340(1)
The Pulp Cavities of Maxillary Teeth 340(12)
The Pulp Cavities of Mandibular Teeth 352(18)
Radiographs: Pulp Chambers and Canals 370(1)
Crown and Root Fracture 370(7)
Dento-Osseous Structures, Blood Vessels, and 377(34)
Nerves
The Maxillae 377(11)
The Mandible 388(13)
Arterial Supply to the Teeth 401(10)
The Temporomandibular Joints, Muscles, Teeth, 411(26)
and their Functions
Temporomandibular Articulation 411(10)
Muscles 421(1)
Lateral Pterygoid Muscle 421(3)
Masseter Muscle 424(5)
Mandibular Movements and Muscle Activity 429(8)
Occlusion 437(58)
Concepts of Occlusion 437(1)
Development of the Dentitions 438(1)
Overview of Primary Occlusion 439(10)
Permanent Dentition 449(12)
Cusp, Fossa, and Marginal Ridge Relations 461(11)
Lateral Occlusal Relations 472(3)
Biomechanics of Chewing Function 475(1)
Neurobehavioral Aspects of Occlusion 476(8)
Oral Motor Behavior 484(3)
Swallowing 487(1)
Summary 488(7)
Appendix A: Review of Tooth Morphology 495(2)
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 497(9)
Dentition
Tables
Maxillary incisors: type traits and other 499(1)
characteristics
Mandibular incisors: type traits and 500(1)
other characteristics
Maxillary and mandibular incisors: arch 501(1)
traits and other characteristics
Canines: type and arch traits and other 501(1)
characteristics
Maxillary premolars: type traits and 502(1)
other characteristics
Maxillary premolars: arch traits and 503(1)
other characteristics
Mandibular premolars: type traits and 504(1)
other characteristics
Maxillary molars: type traits and other 505(1)
characteristics
Mandibular molars: type traits and other 506
characteristics