September 1919
Journal of Dental Research;Sep1919, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p387
Academic Journal
The author focuses on the need for added research into the field of prosthodontia. He states that the extraction of diseased teeth can result in the need for dental prosthetics, but that the lack of efficient and comfortable dentures and removable bridgework makes people reluctant to replace their teeth with dentures. He comments on the lack of experienced dentists working in active research of dental prosthesis.


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