Dental Anatomy DENT 9271


Our Dental Anatomy course allows you to gain insight into the anatomy of orofacial structures by examining anatomical landmarks, osteology of the skull, musculature, nerve supply, blood circulation, salivary structures and anatomical features of the tongue. Also consider the development and eruption chronology of teeth. Learn to apply this knowledge of dental anatomy to oral radiology.


You will have the most success in this course if you already have at least grade 11 biology (or equivalent).

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