October 1928
Journal of Dental Research;Oct1928, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p557
Academic Journal
The author reports on the impact that endocrine glands can have on the development of people's teeth. Research that has previously been completed regarding the impact that endocrine glands can have on the development of a person's teeth is discussed. Correlations that have been found between people's parathyroid glands and the health of their teeth are mentioned.


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