June 1923
Journal of Dental Research;Jun1923, Vol. 5 Issue 2, pxcix
Academic Journal
The article presents a speech by dentist Paul A. Barker at a meeting of the First District Dental Society at the New York Academy of Medicine, November 6, 1922, in which he discussed preventative dentistry of deciduous teeth, deciduous dentition and the transition to permanent teeth, and the effects of neglected dental hygiene on the health of children.


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