A Clinical Guide to Special Care Dentistry

Written to provide a wide appreciation of the many conditions and circumstances common in treating patients who require special care, this clinical guide provides a practical guide for both the newcomer and accomplished clinician.

124 pages, paperback, A4
Availability: In stock
ISBN: 9780904588934
Delivery date: 3-5 days
£60.00
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Author D Lewis
Author A Dougall
Author J Fiske
Publisher BDJ Books
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