Dental Secrets:Questions You Will be Asked ...
This authoritative source for the effective and safe practice of dentistry and oral medicine is now even better. The text has been extensively revised and updated, with important new information about oral pathology and radiology, periodontology, endodontics, restorative dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and infection and hazard control. Other critical topics include oral and maxillofacial surgery, dental public health, the role of computers in dental practice, and legal and ethical issues. Whether you are a student or a practicing professional, the informal question-and-answer format makes it easier to meet the challenges of a successful career in dentistry. Book jacket.
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