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Comprehensive review ... provides the reader with an applied approach to the subject, something very important for understanding the significance of different structures... Book also would serve as a valuable reference in preparation for standardized examinations at all levels of dentistry. Journal of the American Dental Association
...over 700 color photographs and illustrations... contains numerous boxes of information and tables that describe in more detail specific dental conditions... The dental anatomy unit is also a highlight of the text...The website is beneficial to both the instructor and student. Journal of Dental Hygiene
....Complete understanding of the subject matter.... It would also make a valuable resource in a dental office and could easily be used for patient education or as a reference because of its outstanding illustrations. Journal of Dental Hygiene
Its target audience is mainly students; however, the ease of read and clarity of discussions makes it a reference source for clinicians as well. Although not a great deal has changed from the previous version, the authors' revisions have made the book a more dynamic resource, cementing it as an essential book for student. British Dental Journal
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Margaret is a Dental Hygiene Educational Consultant and Dental Science Technical Writer. She received her Masters degree in Oral Biology at the University of Washington School of Dentistry, Seattle, WA, and her Bachelors degree in Dental Hygiene at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI as well as a Certificate of Clinical Research Methods from the University of Washington School of Dentistry.
Margaret has many years of clinical experience in Washington State and Wisconsin, as well as an extensive background as an educator in Washington State and California in both dental and dental hygiene schools. She is an Adjunct Faculty member for the BAS Degree Program in Allied Health with an Emphasis in Dental Hygiene at Seattle Central College, Seattle, WA. Her continuing work as a Tobacco Cessation Consultant for the state of Washington has been an asset to her community. She is the recent recipient of the ADHA A.C. Fones Award (2013) and the ADHA Award of Excellence (2009).
Margaret has authored journal articles, as well as professional, office, and consumer newsletters, and also professional textbooks (see list). Her Continuing Education Seminars have been well received nationally and internationally; she has presented at both ADA and ADHA Annual Sessions as well as Yankee Dental Congress and three RDH Magazine Under One Roof. Her latest work is in dental multimedia, especially in the area of online courses, such as with dentassist.com and webinars with rdhedu.com. She can be reached at her website at www.dhed.net or email@example.com
The book itself is fine, very easy to read, However I uncovered my brand new book straight out of the package from amazon and opened it and literally within 30 minutes the binding pulled out for my entire second chapter! so now i have a whole chapter that has come loose from the book and the pages are all individuals. If you are required to get this book for school be very careful with it as the glue in the binding for my book was VERY weak. Now it could just have been my book but be aware of this as you read and when you purchase.
I think that this book is completly well done, the ilustrations are superb as well as the explanations and the only thing that I founded wrong is the binding of the sheets. It is very easy that they get loose. That is a shame. Thank you.
Great book but the binding is a big issue during the first week of DH class the book started falling apart, pages were falling out. I had to take it to staples and have it spiral bound for $7 and so did most of my classmates. This book breaks down every tooth and provides flash cards to use. I strongly recommend before you start Dental Anatomy class you try to get a grip on tooth anatomy. It is challenging, premolars are especially difficult. Get your numbering down for each tooth and look for ways to be able to identify it. Start with Centrals, Laterals, premolars and molars.
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I bought this book because it was required for the Dental Hygiene program. I received it in due time; however, the binding was so poor that it was falling apart he minute I opened it. Thus, I exchanged it for a new one leaving a feedback to the seller so that they knew what the reason for the return was and could make sure that it was not repeated. No apology or acknowledgement from the seller but I did receive a second book several days later. Again the binding was unacceptable and the pages fell out of the book as soon as I opened it! I wrote another feedback to the seller expecting some kind of acknowledgement-nothing again. I have not returned the book this time because I simply did not have the time and needed it for my studies. However, it has now completely falling apart and is a hassle to use!
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I bought this book for my Dental Histology and Embryology class, within a week or two of light use the binding started falling a part. In addition to that I found a lot of typos and small errors throughout the book. The information in the book wasn't explained very well either. Overall, I felt very disappointed with the quality of this textbook. The work book that goes a long with it was even worse with a lot of problems with the crosswords (not enough or too many boxes, etc.)
The diagrams were great, however.
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So i had to order this book for class, but only two months in we have found two mistakes, such as mismatched Dental pictures with disturbances(p. 56,57), and definitions (appositional/interstitial pg. 23, which contradict its own definitions in the back of the text.) Other than that pretty helpful book!