Oral Bioscience

Oral Bioscience is an introduction to the physiology and biochemistry of the mouth for dental students.

Oral Bioscience

Oral Bioscience is an introduction to the physiology and biochemistry of the mouth for dental students. Putting oral structure and metabolism into the context of oral function, it offers a broad and integrated coverage of the subject, including: Mechanisms of hard tissue mineralisation Physiology and biochemistry of the dental pulp The Role of diet and fluoride in caries Mechanisms of oral sensation Food transport through the oral cavity Illustrated throughout with micrographs and clear line diagrams, it stresses the relevance to clinical dentistry of the basic science.

Dental Caries

Oral bioscience. ... Dawes C. A mathematical model of salivary clearance of
sugar from the oral cavity. Caries Res 1983 ... Dawes C. Physiological factors
affecting salivary flow rate, oral sugar clearance, and the sensation of dry mouth
in man.

Dental Caries


Oxford Handbook of Integrated Dental Biosciences

What problems arise if saliva production is reduced? a crucial problem is
rampant caries because of reduced buffering capacity and reduced clearance of
sugar from the mouth. all possible preventive measures should be applied. there
is an ...

Oxford Handbook of Integrated Dental Biosciences

Practical, comprehensive, and concise, the Oxford Handbook of Integrated Dental Biosciences has been designed to reflect problem-based teaching scenarios, with extensive diagrams and illustrations to aid clinical understanding of the main text. Summary and key point boxes have been incorporated throughout to allow quick reference and easy assimilation of the content. Formally known as the Oxford Handbook of Applied Dental Sciences, this second edition has been completely rewritten by a brand new author team, to closely integrate the non-clinical and clinical aspects of dentistry. Featuring separate sections detailing the relevant clinical application and putting the science into context, this handbook is ideal for dental students, dental trainees studying for higher qualifications, and practitioners as a useful aide memoire.

Oral Medicine Pathology A Guide to Diagnosis and Management

1987;66:648-53. 2. Edgar WM, O'Mullane DM. Saliva and Dental Health. London:
British Dental Association; 1990. 3. Ferguson DB. Oral Bioscience. Churchill
Livingstone; 1999. 4. Fox PC. Management of dry mouth. Dent Clin North Amer.

Oral Medicine   Pathology  A Guide to Diagnosis and Management

This book is a comprehensive guide to diagnosis and management in oral medicine and pathology, with each chapter covering a different condition. Presented in an easy to read format, each topic begins with an outline of the disease, classification and a review of the etiology and clinical features, radiological and histological features, investigation methods and management. The pathology sections provide detailed explanations of pathogenesis, supported by numerous illustrations and photomicrographs. Emphasis is placed on developing clinical diagnostic skills, the role of haematological and immunological tests, biopsy and histopathology, imaging and other investigative techniques. ‘Key features’ boxes are included for every topic, as well as self assessment questions and suggestions for further reading. Key points Comprehensive guide to diagnosis and management in oral medicine and pathology Emphasis placed on diagnostic skills and investigative techniques Self assessment questions and ‘key features’ boxes included for each topic More than 1300 photographs, diagrams, graphs and tables

Textbook of Oral Anatomy Physiology Histology and Tooth Morphology

Essentials of Oral Physiology. Toronto: Mosby; 1995. 2. Ferguson DB. Oral
Bioscience. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone; 2006. 3. Jose M.
Essentials of Oral Biology. New Delhi: CBS Publishers & Distributors; 2008;
reprint 2010. 4.

Textbook of Oral Anatomy  Physiology  Histology and Tooth Morphology

A total of 5 chapters have been added , which will add to knowledge base and understanding of students:- Three chapters in Tooth Morphology section, Evolution of Teeth and Comparative Dental Anatomy, Guidelines for Drawing Tooth Morphology Diagrams, and Functional Occlusion and Malocclusion, which will help students in systematic understanding of morphological development of teeth.- One chapter in Oral Histology section, Introduction to Oral Histology, has been added to abreast students with the basic knowledge of cell structure which forms the basics of histological study.- One chapter in Physiology section, Somatosensory System, has been added, that will update the knowledge of the students.Each chapter opens with an Overview to sensitize students with the content of the chapter .Applied aspect has been added in each chapter to enhance the clinical understanding of the subject.Mind Maps have been added at the end of each chapter, which highlight the important topics of the chapter to facilitate easy learning .Essentials of the chapters in a tabular form for easy retention and recall have been given on Lippincott Gurukul site.

Dictionary of Bioscience

Dictionary of Bioscience

Lists and explains terminology related to bioscience, providing synonyms, acronyms, and pronunciation for each entry, and covering such areas as anatomy, evolution, physiology, and zoology.

Clinical Oral Physiology

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BEC , Need AG , Morris HA ( eds ) . Metabolic Bone and Stone Disease 3rd ed .
Churchill Livingstone London , UK , 1993 . Ferguson DB ( ed ) . Oral Bioscience .

Clinical Oral Physiology

This textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the part of dentistry that links basic physiologic and pathophysiologic mechanisms to frequently encountered problems in dental practice. It features the contributions of outstanding researchers and clinicians from across the spectrum of fields relevant to dentistry. The easy-to-read and systematic approach of the book makes it appropriate for undergraduate and postgraduate dental students as well as for practicing clinicians who wish to keep abreast of emerging oral physiologic issues and their clinical implications.

Saliva and Oral Health

Oral Bioscience . Churchill Livingstone , 1999 . 2 Malamud D , Tabak L , Eds .
Saliva as a Diagnostic Fluid . New York : New York Academy of Sciences , 1995 .
3 Nauntofte B , Tenovuo JO , Lagerlöf F . Secretion and Composition of Saliva .

Saliva and Oral Health


Journal of Bioscience

1 , 2002 BIOAVAILABILITY AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF ERYTHROMYCIN IN
RABBITS AFTER INTRAVENOUS AND ORAL ADMINISTRATIONS Mahmood
Ahmad * and Nadeem Irfan Bukhari Department of Pharmacy , Islamia University
 ...

Journal of Bioscience


Methods for Film Synthesis and Coating Procedures

Journal of Oral Biosciences. 1999;41:61-68 coating applied using the molecular
precursor method. International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants. [42]
Zheng XB, Huang MH, Ding CX. Bond strength of plasma-sprayed hydroxyapatite
/Ti ...

Methods for Film Synthesis and Coating Procedures


Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry

... ADACHI , Makoto HATTORI , and Tadashi YOSHIDA Department of Applied
Biological Science , Tokyo University of Agriculture ... We show here that the T
cell response of mice that had been treated with cyclosporine A during oral
tolerance ...

Bioscience  Biotechnology  and Biochemistry


Caries Management Science and Clinical Practice

Oral Bioscience. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone; 1999:118–150 21. Bardow A,
Hofer E, Nyvad B, et al. Effect of saliva composition on experimental root caries.
Caries Res 2005;39(1):71–77 22. Dawes C. The effects of flow rate and duration
 ...

Caries Management   Science and Clinical Practice

Covering the science behind the diseasea comprehensive approach to modern caries management This systematic approach to modern caries management combines new, evidence-based treatment techniques with the scientific underpinnings of caries formationproviding an in-depth review for both clinicians in daily practice and students advancing in the field. Beginning with patho-anatomic changes in the dental hard tissues, Dental Caries: Science and Clinical Practice goes on to cover non-invasive, minimally invasive, and more aggressive interventions based on each stage of the disease. From microbiology and histology to visual, tactile and radiographic diagnosis, risk assessment, preventive measures, and tooth preservation and treatment strategies, the book is packed with valuable clinical information for all dental practitioners. Key Features: Succinctly covers the science behind the disease, with recommendations for treatments based on assessment starting at the microscopic level Written by a team of leading worldwide authorities on caries treatment and managementand utilizing the International Caries Detection and Assessment System (ICDAS) standard throughout Covers the newest treatment techniques, including adhesion technology, fissure sealing and infiltration, caries removal, tooth-colored restorations, and more Demonstrates step-by-step caries procedures in striking, full-color illustrations of adult and pediatric cases Offers the newest thinking on early prevention and behavioral changes in oral health promotion, including the role of diet and nutrition, biofilm management, fluoride use, population-based approaches, and more Shifting to the new paradigm of heal and seal rather than the more invasive drill and fill, this beautifully illustrated text puts scientific principles into clinical action for the best results. It is an essential resource for a complete, proactive approach to caries detection, assessment, treatment, management, and prevention in contemporary dental practice.

Annals of Periodontology

Genes of Periodontopathogens Expressed During Human Disease Yo - Han
Song , * Emil V. Kozarov , Sheila M. Walters , Sam Linsen Cao , Martin Handfield
, * Jeffrey D. Hillman , and Ann Progulske - Foxt * Institute of Oral Bioscience and
 ...

Annals of Periodontology


Operative Dentistry

( Received 19 December 2002 ) Ferguson DB ( 1999 ) Effect of aging in relation
to the mouth Oral Bioscience Edinburgh Churchill Livingstone 293–294 . Goracci
G ( 2001 ) Direct posterior restorations Advances in Operative Dentistry 1 ...

Operative Dentistry


American Book Publishing Record

005.7585 Oral bioscience. 612.31 Oral disease. 617.522 Oral rehabilitation with
implant-supported prostheses. 617.692 Orange. 535.6 The orchestration of the
arts. 142.7 Orchid (Castle) FIC Orchid Beach. 813.54 Order restored. 261.8321 ...

American Book Publishing Record


Bioscience reports

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Department of Oral Pathology , University of ... Publishing Corporation human
osteoblasts in order to evaluate whether bradykinin may be Bioscience Reports ,
Vol .

Bioscience reports


Biomedical Letters

Discipline of Conservative Dentistry , Faculty of Dentistry , The University of Hong
Kong , Hong Kong SAR , China , and Department of Oral Microbiology , Oral
BioScience Laboratories , Faculty of Dentistry , The University of Hong Kong ,
Hong ...

Biomedical Letters


The Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science

One evening , however , after card playing and some tippling with friends , when
in bed with me he suddenly wanted to have oral sex from my part . I was shocked
and refused flatly . I felt hurt , humiliated , treated as dirt . The very idea of doing ...

The Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science