The Care of the Teeth

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Harvard University Press, 1915 - Teeth - 63 pages

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Page 5 - ... and graded schools of Iowa. He describes the work at Washington. Iowa, begun by the Men and religion forward movement. 744. Morse, John Lovett. The care and feeding of children. Cambridge, Harvard university press, 1914. 53 p. 12. (Harvard health talks) This series of talks presents thedubstance of some of the public lectures delivered at the Medical school of Harvard university.
Page 60 - They may be taken in such quantities as to impair the digestion, and to lead to a decided acidity which, if not directly developed in the mouth, is conveyed from the stomach to the marked disadvantage of the teeth.
Page 31 - It is an old saying that a rolling stone gathers no moss, but I have kept a little on all the time.
Page 47 - Associated with that acidity are almost inevitably to be found the ravages of extensive decay, extreme sensitiveness, and an entire absence of calcareous deposits or tartar.
Page 45 - ... from the surfaces of the teeth, and especially and emphatically from those surfaces of the teeth that are beneath the gum.
Page 47 - The dentist often sees, particularly in the case of young girls who are...
Page 45 - One thing that is absolutely sure about this disease when it has once become deeply established is that it can never cure itself or come to an end spontaneously, with anything short of the loss of the teeth.

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