This book is a comprehensive reference book dealing exhaustively with oral medicine and radiology for the students pursuing studies in dentistry. Provides complete clinical, radiological pathological, differential diagnosis and management. Provides gross and pathological features as well as radiographic appearance of oral diseases and systemic diseases along with information on medicolegal aspects. Section 1: Basic Sciences, 1. Oral Diseases: An Introduction, 2. Development and Eruption of Teeth, 3. Anatomy of Oral Structures, 4. Trigeminal Nerve, 5. Healing of Oral Wounds, 6. Immunity, Antigen-Antibody Reaction and Vaccination, 7. Neoplasm, 8. Infection Control in Dental Office , Section 2: Diagnostic Procedures, 9. Case History, 10. Investigations in Dentistry, Section 3: Diseases of Oral Structures, 11. Developmental Disorders of Teeth and Jaw, 12. Keratotic and Nonkeratotic White Lesions, 13. Oral Premalignant Lesions and Conditions, Textbook of Oral Medicine, 14. Cysts of Jaws, 15. Odontogenic Tumors, 16. Benign Tumors of the Jaws (Nonodontogenic), 17. Malignant Tumors of the Jaws, 18. Vesicular, Bullous and Ulcerative Lesions, 19. Orofacial Pain, 20. Infections of Oral Cavity and Oral Sepsis, 21. Oral Pigmentation, 22. Dental Caries, 23. Regressive Changes of Teeth, 24. Diseases of Tongue, 25. Diseases of Dental Pulp, 26. Diseases of Lip, 27. Gingival and Periodontal Diseases, 28. Temporomandibular Joint Disorders, 29. Salivary Gland Disorders, 30. Disorders of Maxillary Sinus, 31. Trauma to Teeth and Facial Structures, 32. Discoloration of Teeth, 33. Soft Tissue Calcifications, Section 4: Systemic Diseases, Manifested in Jaw, 34. Systemic Infections, 35. Specific System Disorders, 36. Diseases of Bone Manifested in the Jaws and Fibro-osseous Lesions, 37. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 38. Endocrine Disorders, 39. Blood Disorders, 40. Vitamins, 41. Metabolic Disorders, Section 5: Drugs Used in Dentistry, 42. Antibiotics, 43. Analgesics and Anti-inflammatory Drugs, 44. Antifungal Drugs, 45. Anticancer Drugs, 46. Antiviral Drugs, 47. Corticosteroids, 48. Desensitizing Agents, Mouthwashes and Gum Paints, 49. Drugs used in Pregnancy, 50. Emergency Drugs Used in Dentistry, Section 6: Miscellaneous, 51. Syndromes of Oral Cavity, 52. Classification, Causes and Typical Feature of Lesion, 53. Professional Hazards in Dentistry, 54. Forensic Odontology and Medical Aspects of Dentistry, 55. Pits, Fistula and Sinuses or Oral Cavity.