An Atlas of Dental Vascularity & Innervation

An Atlas of Dental Vascularity & Innervation

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Barrington, Craig

An Atlas of Dental Vascularity & Innervation

1st Edition 2022
Book
Hardcover, 22 x 25 cm, 144 pages, 178 illus
Language: English
Categories: General Dentistry, Interdisciplinary

Stock No.: 23831
ISBN 978-1-64724-066-0
QP USA

Price: 118 €

Our understanding of internal dental anatomy has remained limited by our inability to see inside a tooth without sectioning it. However, for one dentist working to find a way to see inside a tooth, the answer was diaphanization. This atlas represents the breathtaking results of photographing human teeth that have been made transparent. Dr Barrington has learned as many diaphanization methods as possible to understand how, where, and why transparency can occur in a solid object and translate that to tooth structure. The images in this atlas showcase the internal anatomy of the teeth, with a special emphasis on the innervation and vascular structure and their distribution within the dentin chamber. For each image, the author follows a complex diaphanization method to make an extracted tooth transparent, before photographing the intact internal dental anatomy. Therefore, the images in this book display structures that have rarely been seen so clearly and in three dimensions, including the pulp chamber, apical anatomy, tooth channels, as well as pulpal pathology. This atlas pushes our understanding of internal dental anatomy and serves as an inspiration as to what one individual can do to advance knowledge within dentistry.

Contents
Chapter 1. The First Results
Chapter 2. Varied Outcomes and Exposures of the Vascularity of Human Teeth
Chapter 3. Apical Anatomy
Chapter 4. Channel Anatomy
Chapter 5. Dual Staining
Chapter 6. Early Work
Chapter 7. Pathology
Chapter 8. Raschkow Plexus

Author
Craig Barrington DDS - United States of America, Waxahachie
Craig Barrington, DDS, graduated summa cum laude in 1996 from the School of Dentistry at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Microscopes and histology have always been an interest of his, but the first time he looked at a transparent human tooth, he knew that this would be a lifelong focus of his research. To this end, Dr Barrington has made it his mission to understand every diaphanization method that he has come across. Dr Barrington holds a patent in histology and multiple copyrights. He maintains a private practice in Waxahachie, Texas.
Naslov An Atlas of Dental Vascularity & Innervation
Autor Barrington, Craig
Datum objave Nov 10, 2021
Barrington, Craig

An Atlas of Dental Vascularity & Innervation

1st Edition 2022
Book
Hardcover, 22 x 25 cm, 144 pages, 178 illus
Language: English
Categories: General Dentistry, Interdisciplinary

Stock No.: 23831
ISBN 978-1-64724-066-0
QP USA

Price: 118 €

Our understanding of internal dental anatomy has remained limited by our inability to see inside a tooth without sectioning it. However, for one dentist working to find a way to see inside a tooth, the answer was diaphanization. This atlas represents the breathtaking results of photographing human teeth that have been made transparent. Dr Barrington has learned as many diaphanization methods as possible to understand how, where, and why transparency can occur in a solid object and translate that to tooth structure. The images in this atlas showcase the internal anatomy of the teeth, with a special emphasis on the innervation and vascular structure and their distribution within the dentin chamber. For each image, the author follows a complex diaphanization method to make an extracted tooth transparent, before photographing the intact internal dental anatomy. Therefore, the images in this book display structures that have rarely been seen so clearly and in three dimensions, including the pulp chamber, apical anatomy, tooth channels, as well as pulpal pathology. This atlas pushes our understanding of internal dental anatomy and serves as an inspiration as to what one individual can do to advance knowledge within dentistry.

Contents
Chapter 1. The First Results
Chapter 2. Varied Outcomes and Exposures of the Vascularity of Human Teeth
Chapter 3. Apical Anatomy
Chapter 4. Channel Anatomy
Chapter 5. Dual Staining
Chapter 6. Early Work
Chapter 7. Pathology
Chapter 8. Raschkow Plexus

Author
Craig Barrington DDS - United States of America, Waxahachie
Craig Barrington, DDS, graduated summa cum laude in 1996 from the School of Dentistry at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Microscopes and histology have always been an interest of his, but the first time he looked at a transparent human tooth, he knew that this would be a lifelong focus of his research. To this end, Dr Barrington has made it his mission to understand every diaphanization method that he has come across. Dr Barrington holds a patent in histology and multiple copyrights. He maintains a private practice in Waxahachie, Texas.