Stephen T. Sonis
Hanley & Belfus, 1999 - 304 pagina's
Using a question-and-answer format, this book covers all the latest clinical and public health aspects of dentistry as well as how computers and the Internet can manage a dental practice and quickly provide information to dental practitioners. The content of all chapters has been update and revised. New questions, answers, and illustrations reflect current additions to dental materials, surgical tehcniques, modalities of diagnosis and infection.
Treatment Planning and Oral Diagnosis
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