Facial and Oral Anatomy - Little Green Apples Publishing, LLC™

Facial and Oral Anatomy

By Little Green Apples Publishing, LLC™

  • Release Date: 2015-11-02
  • Genre: Medical
  • Size: 3.61 MB

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Description

The Facial and Oral Anatomy Study Brief is intended as a quick comprehensive reference for anatomy, medical and nursing students as well as individuals interested in advanced science. It presents a short introduction to general anatomy terms related to body position and movement, bone structure, body components and planes. This Study Brief is intended as a concentrated reference guide, focusing on specialized terminologies for discrete parts of the skeletal anatomy of the human head. It covers bone structures of the skull, face, mandible, and cranial vault. Functions of the muscles of mastication, depressor muscles of the mandible, and muscles of facial expression are outlined with illustrations. Intraoral soft tissue anatomy is a key topic with detailed sections revealing the oral mucous membrane, upper jaw (maxillae), lower jaw and salivary glands. Functions of the temporomandibular joint and basic mandibular movements are discussed. This Study Brief also features an overview of dental anatomy, specifying the terms for types of teeth and their locations and identifying the parts of a tooth. Samples of Universal and Palmar tooth numbering systems are featured exhibits. Study Briefs are concise and visual academic outlines that help students and professionals master key concepts quickly and accurately. Don’t spend your valuable time researching on multiple websites, paging through books or investigating reference sources. Our experts have done the research for you! Compiled in one convenient guide, you will find up-to-date and reliable sources presented in a visual and easy to follow format for everyday use. Choose from our ever-growing library of need-to-know topics in the following subject categories: Business, Math, Reference, Science, Language, History and Technology!

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