December 1920
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1920, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p567
Academic Journal
This article reports on the fields of progressive dentistry and stomatology in terms on devitalized teeth. The article discusses what is called the death of teeth in terms of roots and the effect on the jaw, alveolar process, and gums. Information is provided on tooth health, tooth extraction, infections, and dental trauma.


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