Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Dental Hygiene, Volume 3
Michele Leonardi Darby
Mosby, 1994 - Dental hygiene - 864 pages
Reflecting recent research findings and philosophies, this book continues to be the reference of choice in preparing for the RDH certification examination. In addition to reviewing pertinent topics, the book provides 800 sample questions, as well as rationales for the correct answers, in an outline format.
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