The term anatomy refers to a series of related disciplines which examine the macroscopic (gross anatomy) and microscopic (histology and cell biology) structure of the body. We will provide you with information that is accurate, authoritative, and trustworthy on all aspects of dentistry. Dr. Mohr received grant support from Injury Prevention Research Center; lectured for the University of Nebraska (Reimbursement for travel expenses to give grand rounds), Iowa Healthcare Collaborative (Reimbursement for travel expenses to give lecture at annual meeting), and Illinois College of Emergency Physicians (Reimbursement for travel expenses to give lecture at annual meeting); and received support for article research from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). His institution received grant support from the Emergency Medicine Foundation, the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award program (grant U54TR001356), the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, and Children’s Miracle Network. He is also supported by a grant from the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources and Services Administration. Dr. Harland received support for article research from the Emergency Medicine Foundation. Her institution received funding from the Emergency Medicine Foundation. Dr. Fuller received support for article research from the NIH. His institution received grant support from the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (grants UL1 TR000448 and KL2 TR000450) and from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences; and received grant support from the Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital Clinical and Translational Sciences Research Program (grant number: 8041-88). The remaining authors have disclosed that they do not have any potential conflicts of interest. Senior residents, consultant staff and other health professionals provide some structured teaching during these rotations. Telemedicine and information technology are utilised to support the teaching program wherever possible. Furthermore, another problem is that diabetes has become increasingly recognized as potentially causing chronic kidney disease. It is an added risk factor for poor oral health. People who need to undergo hemodialysis may have advanced periodontal disease which in turn can lead to jawbone loss. These patients often receive anticoagulants which increase the risk of their gums bleeding. The science of dentistry was first written in English in 1685 in a book titled “Operator for the teeth”. Along with writings, evidence of dental tools and appliances were found in countless regions. The discovery of the Etruscans’ remarkable dental bridges and crowns illustrated early practices of dentistry. Evidence of primitive dental prosthetics and surgery were uncovered from ancient Egyptian and Greco-Roman corpses. The dental pelican, invented by Guy de Chauliac in the 14th century, was the precedent to the modern foceps of the 20th century. Prior to this modern invention, the dental pelican was innovated into the dental key of the 18th and 19th centuries.