December 1923
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1923, Vol. 5 Issue 4, following p280
Academic Journal
The article presents a speech by dentist Edgar D. Coolidge at a meeting of the First District Dental Society of the State of New York at the New York Academy of Medicine, October 25, 1923, in which he discussed treatments for root canals, the value of case histories in treating teeth, and removal of dental pulp from infected teeth.


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