Periodontology at a Glance

This book provides readers with an easy-to-use tool to assimilate the key information about periodontics by illustrating each topic with a doublepage spread that encapsulates essential knowledge. Clear diagrams and clinical pictures are accompanied by succinct text, providing a highly visual format to facilitate ease of learning.

104 pages, paperback, 268 x 213mm
Availability: In stock
ISBN: 9781405123839
Delivery date: 3-5 days
£36.95
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Author A Tugnait
Author R J Genco
Author V Clerehugh
Publisher Wiley
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