dental anatomy


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den·tal a·nat·o·my

1. that branch of gross anatomy concerned with the morphology of teeth, their location, position, and relationships;
2. a course in anatomy specifically designed to meet the needs of the curriculum of a school of dentistry.

den·tal a·nat·o·my

(den'tăl ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
That branch of gross anatomy concerned with the morphology of teeth and their location, position, and relationships.

den·tal a·nat·o·my

(den'tăl ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
1. Branch of gross anatomy concerned with the morphology of teeth, their location, position, and relationships.
2. Anatomy course specifically designed to meet the needs of the curriculum of a school of dentistry.
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