Best Dental Anatomy book?

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Read Wheelers.....really good....also Decks,2001/2004......ASDA reprints......read cuspal relations during mandi movements from Dawson if u have the time....and read my thread on DAO...in International dental forum
 
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second the vote for woelful and scheid - there are tear out summary sheets for each tooth, including primaries - Scheid actually teaches dental anat. at OSU (woelful is waaaay retired), and the man is REALLY cognisant of what types of questions are on the NBDE part I. Lots of OSU students scored in the 95-99 range on the dental anat. part of the board last year - i'm currently going through the text with a fine-tooth comb in hope of the same. July is WAY too close!

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There is an outline written by Pocket Anatomy....by Khalos.

The isbn number for the book incase you want to order at any book store is 0-9651162-7-2

Good luck on your study. Also try the dental deck or kaplan or toymed at dot com or ..have very good resource also


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if u are reviewing for the boards, reference for the topics that u dont understand should do- from wheelers or any other text u are comfortable with. personally i found occlusion pretty comprehensively covered in the kaplan review book. but then i scored only 94 on DA....so i guess the moral is, the more u are familiar with the topics, the better u will do. i think i lost out on occlusion which can be pretty tricky.
 
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