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This course is designed to provide the dental student with current, basic knowledge of the development, structure and function of the tooth and para tooth soft and hard tissues. The mechanisms of organic matrix formation and mineralization of hard dental tissues. The age changes of hard and soft dental and Para dental tissues.

This course fulfils SDG3 which is good health and well being.

This course aims to provide comprehensive knowledge of the basic structure of the human body and its clinical significance.  The course provides a strong foundation for future studies.  The course deals with human morphology in a systematic approach that starts with the cellular level of organization followed by tissue, organ and system levels. This course fulfills which is good health and well being. 

 The main objective of this course is to define and understand the functional structure of cells and the basic tissues of the human body and its clinical significance and application, and to inform the students about the different histological tools and techniques.

This course is designed to provide the dental student with the necessary knowledge to define introductory dental terminology. Recognize the functions of the human teeth and utilize the correct names and universal code numbers of each permanent and deciduous tooth. The course also provides the student with the general and specific features of permanent anterior teeth, premolars and molars.