dental anatomy

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Noun1.dental anatomy - the branch of gross anatomy concerning with the morphology of teethdental anatomy - the branch of gross anatomy concerning with the morphology of teeth
gross anatomy, macroscopic anatomy - the study of the structure of the body and its parts without the use of a microscope
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Examination of clear radiographs taken from different angles and careful evaluation of the internal anatomy of teeth is essential.
Lack of knowledge of the internal anatomy of teeth and dental pulp is the second-most-important cause of treatment failures after wrong diagnosis and treatment planning [1].
The clinical course and spread of OMI depends on multiple factors including anatomy of teeth, muscle attachment and host defense mechanism.3 Although the majority of OMI are readily managed by minor surgical procedures and supportive medical therapy (antibiotic administration), but a few can progress and become severe and life threatening within a short period of time.