What dentists want

Malcmacher, Louis
September 2004
Proofs;Sep2004, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p60
Trade Publication
Focuses on the services and products preferred by dentists from dental product suppliers. Qualities of dentists compared to the general consumer; Brief background on the dentistry profession; Factors considered by dentists in buying a dental material.


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