September 1927
Journal of Dental Research;Sep1927, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p245
Academic Journal
The article discusses dental research which examines the eruption of deciduous teeth in Hebrew infant children. Details are provided about a study on the dentition of children from the Home for Hebrew Infants in New York City. Several tables are included which illustrate tooth eruption by gender, age, and weight.


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