1. The anatomy of the oral cavity and the jaws 2. Temporomandibular (craniomandibular) joint 3. The human dentition-tooth morphology and occlusion 4. The oro-facial musculature, mastication and swallowing 5. The tongue, flavour and thermoreception, speech 6. The vasculature, lymphatics and innervation of the oro-dental tissues 7. Salivary glands, saliva and salivation 8. Investing organic layers on enamel surfaces 9. Development of the craniofacial complex 10. Early tooth development, root development (including cementogenesis) and tooth eruption 11. Mechanisms of mineralisation 12. The dental tissues I. Enamel (structure, composition and development) 13. Dental tissues II. The dentine/pulp complex(structure, composition, development and oral pain) 14. The dental tissues III. Cementum (structure and composition) 15. The periodontal ligament (including oral and periodontal mechanoreception and the tooth support mechanism) 16. Alveolar bone (structure and composition) 17. The oral mucosa and gingival crevicular fluid (structure and composition)
B.K.B Berkovitz BDS, MSc, PhD, FDS (Eng) Emeritus Reader, Anatomy and Human Sciences, Biomedical and Health Sciences, King's College, London, UK B.J. Moxham BSc, BDS, PhD Professor of Anatomy, Cardiff School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK Roger WA Linden BDS, PhD, MFDS, RCS, Professor of Craniofacial Biology, King's College, London, UK Alastair J Sloan BSc PhD Senior Lecturer in Bone Biology & Tissue Engineering School of Dentistry, Cardiff University Cardiff, UK
"Primarily aimed at undergraduates, it is also perfect for post-graduates studying for the Membership of the joint Dental Faculties or similar examinations."
BDA News, May 2011