The updated 8th edition of this classic reference provides a visually-oriented presentation of dental macromorphology and evidence-based chronologies of the human dentitions, while reflecting definitive shifts in modern dental practice.*Essential concepts of occlusion relevant to restorative dentistry are covered.*Evidence-based chronologies of the human dentitions provide research standards for tooth development and eruption.*Dimensions of teeth from all aspects are considered in relation to space problems and arch size.*Discussion of bony supporting structures provides information necessary for oral surgery, periodontics, and dental implants.*Detailed descriptions and illustrated morphologic features of usual/unusual teeth essential for learning biologic variation of tooth morphology.*Radiographs and pulp chamber and canal morphology in sectioned teeth provide an excellent reference for root canal therapy.*Clinically useful chronologies show the age of attainment to avoid damage to developing teeth.*Age prediction chronologies can be used to assess the unknown age of a patient.*Periodontal therapy is discussed in detail, outlining the relationship of tooth morphology to the periodontium.