By Deborah A. Termeie
Complications from dental tactics are inevitable and encountered by means of all dental execs. Avoiding and Treating Dental problems: Best Practices in Dentistry is designed to deal with right administration of those occasions in daily practice.
- Covers various dental concerns and problems present in day-by-day practice
- Written through specialists in every one specialty
- Features tables and charts for speedy information
- Includes medical photos and radiographs
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Avoiding and treating dental complications: best practices in dentistry by Deborah A. Termeie