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Periodontal diseases have their own unique pathological and immunaological characteristics; treatment is frequently dependnt upon altering human behavior and may also involve a wide variety of non-surgical and surgical techniques, with many interesting pharmacological and regulative adjuncts. This is a practical guide to good scientific practice in this fascinating aspect of dental work. This book, aimed primarily at practicing dentists, is meant to complement an education in clinical periodontolgy by raising questions and providing answers to some of them. Even those specializing in other branches of dentistry, such as orthodontics or endodontics, will find much of clinical relevance to their practice. (Distributed by Thieme for Martin Dunitz Publishers)

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Author(s)Watts
PublisherThieme Medical Publishers
ISBN9781853178306
Pages360
BindingHardbound
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2000