This title is concerned with the cause, course and effects of disease, both at the cellular/tissue and clinical level. This well-established and authoritative textbook provides clear and comprehensive coverage of the clinical and pathlogical features of a wide range of oral diseases discussing their causes and underlying mechanisms. The book also describes how changes in the structure and function of oral tissues relate to clinical presentation.
"Illustrated books on oral pathology will always have their place in the library of the dental student or practitioner. (This one) will serve as an excellent ready reference.""
-- Christopher Smith, DDS (University of Chicago Medical Center) Doody's Review
"Oral Pathology should retain its place as 'essential reading' in all dental curricula. Although this book is aimed at undergraduate dental students, I would not hesitate to recommend it as a useful book for general dental practitioners and postgraduate students aiming to further their knowledge in the field of oral pathology."
-- A.V. Jones in British Dental Journal
The book caters primarily to undergraduate students new to pathology concepts and their clinical presentation. It can also serve as a ready reference guide for the everyday practitioner in trying to develop a differential diagnosis.