Genetics and Oral Health

Genetics and Oral Health

Author: Shikha Verma

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 365960769X

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Genetics and Oral health is a comprehensive yet brief review on the vast subject of Genetics.It gives a fresh and clear perspective of various genetic factors and their influence on oral health. This book introduces readers to the topic, includes various principles and terminologies used in Genetics, and classifies different types of genetic disorders in detail.Also, common oral disorders like Dental caries, Periodontal diseases, Malocclusions, Enamel and dentine anomalies, Syndromology and malformations, Cleft lip and palate, Head and Neck cancer, Wound healing and its associated genetics is exhaustively covered in the book with the help of many pictures and illustrations for easy understanding of the reader
Genetics and Oral Health
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Authors: Shikha Verma
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