December 1924
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1924, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p305
Academic Journal
The article presents an in depth study of the history, origin, and development of dental literature. It is noted that the history of dental literature is interwoven with the evolution of medicine, science, and philosophy. Topics of examination include the earliest dental literature, early dentistry's debt to medicine, various editions of the book "Zene Artznei," a book considered the first dental publication in English by Charles Allen published in 1686-87, and the first books by early-American dental practitioners.


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