Dental Topics for Plastic Surgeons, Part One: Normal Anatomy, Growth and Development
The Journal of craniofacial surgery
Normal and abnormal conditions affecting the dentition and the periodontal structures receive sparse coverage in the plastic surgery literature, textbooks, and training programs. Nevertheless, a working knowledge of this subject matter is important in certain areas of clinical practice, and a fundamental understanding is often part of plastic surgery competency tested for in the In-service and written board examinations. This four-part series is written to provide plastic surgeons with a working knowledge of relevant dental topics. Part 1 covers fundamental aspects of normal dental embryology, growth and anatomy.
Zajac, J., Abbate, O., Oh, A., Mantilla-Rivas, E., Aivaz, M., Wang, R., Talbet, J., Manrique, M., Tate, A., & Rogers, G. (2020). Dental Topics for Plastic Surgeons, Part One: Normal Anatomy, Growth and Development. The Journal of craniofacial surgery, 31 (4). http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/SCS.0000000000006370