Netter’s Head and Neck Anatomy for Dentistry

By

Neil S. Norton, PhD, Associate Professor of Oral Biology and Pharmacology, Creighton University, Omaha, NE

Book Description

A unique head and neck atlas written for dental students and professionals, this new resource uses more than 700 full-color images from the Frank Netter Collection to richly depict all of the key anatomy that’s relevant to clinical practice. The Netter head and neck anatomy plates have long been considered the preeminent illustrations of their kind. Now, many of these original plates have been updated, relabeled, and modified to set an even higher standard.

  • Covers dental clinical correlates such as, maxillary sinus lift · Caldwell Luc procedures · maxillary root tips penetrating into the maxillary sinus · and loss of bone in edentulous patients and its effect on treatment planning.
  • Features Illustrated clinical examples within each chapter, demonstrating the practical relevance of the anatomy.
  • Includes tables that display the maximum amount of information in the minimum space, providing quick access to essential concepts.
  • And much more.

Editorial Reviews

Review

“This book has to be recommended for all those wishing to establish the appropriate level of knowledge for the contemporary practice of dentistry and for those wishing to refresh their knowledge. No dental library should be without this book, let alone a dental practice.”
-British Dental Journal 202, 50-51 (2007)”This is an excellent resource for dental students. Since students are typically required to purchase an anatomy atlas, this seems like a good all-around resource. It is packed with useful information, and has excellent corresponding images. The clinical correlations help with the mastery of complex material, and will likely be a useful resource for many years following graduation. I highly recommend it, and will be steering my dental students toward it.” — Doody’s Book Review Service

“It has clear details in each chapter with a section which begins the consideration of clinical relevance at the end of each chapter. Each chapter is logically laid out and provides clear detail of all aspects of head and neck anatomy…This book has to be recommend for all those wishing to establish the appropriate level of knowledge for the contemporary practice of dentistry and for those wishing to refresh their knowledge. No dental library should be without this book, let alone a dental practice.”

April 2012, WTmagazine

Customer Reviews

Great Book !!!! February 2, 2011
This is the best book for dental student I have ever seen. All you need as a dentist is here. It is very well organized with great illustrations and easy to understand of complicated topics of head and neck anatomy. The explanations are arranged in columns which make them easy to understand and recall.In addition, there is Clinical correlations for the most of the anatomical topics. But there is only one problem; the labels of some illustrations are small to read. So, I think you will have a problem to read them if you have a visual issue!
I wish I could give it ten stars!!! April 1, 2008
Unbelievable book! I have never been engrossed so deeply into learning something so fascinating. The way he puts it all together just makes it extremely easy to become proficient with head and neck anatomy. This should be in every dentist’s personal library and great for studying for boards.
Great book June 26, 2007
This book has a great review of all head and neck structures. Wonderful pictures as always with Netter, and great succinct tables with review information.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 624 pages
  • Publisher: Saunders; 1 edition (December 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1929007884
  • ISBN-13: 978-1929007882
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.3 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds

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