Head and Neck Anatomy for Dental Medicine is a regionally organized, single-volume atlas of human anatomy. The text uses and expands on material found in the 3-volume Thieme Atlas of Anatomy series and serves to consolidate important head and neck anatomical information into a clinically oriented book.
Gross anatomy atlases are abundant, but few have been designed primarily for use by oral health professionals. This atlas integrates dental, gross, and neurologic anatomy with relevant functional and clinical considerations. Not only will it serve dental students and dental professionals, but it is also an excellent resource for any specialist of the head and neck region, including maxillofacial surgeons, otolaryngologists, and plastic surgeons.
David Brzezinski. Head and Neck Anatomy for Dental Medicine. JAMA. 2010;304(2):214–220. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.949