December 1927
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1927, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p417
Academic Journal
The article presents a speech by dental researcher Donald F. McCloskey about the effects of mastication on porcelain dental crowns which he delivered at the Harvard Dental School in Boston, Massachusetts on May 20, 1927.


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