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Oral Physiology

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This is one of the basic dental science courses offered by the Department of Oral Medicine and Surgery for the second year undergraduate students in the Bachelor Degree of Science in Dentistry. This course is offered in the second semester of each academic year. The lectures cover all the topics in the fields of Oral and Facial Physiology that dental students need to apply at a later stage for their clinical training. The topics include saliva, mechanisms of taste and olfaction, nociception, mechanosensation, dynamics of mastication and swallowing, mechanism of speech, bone and calcium metabolism, dynamics of temporomandibular joint and occlusion, physiology of eruption and some applied comparative orofacial physiology.  

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Oral Physiology

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DENT 207.doc    
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Last modified at 4/10/2011 23:28 by Ziad Al-Dwairi