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Decision-Making for the Periodontal Team - cover

Decision-Making for the Periodontal Team

Iain L. C. Chapple, Suzanne L. Noble, Margaret Kellett

Publisher: Quintessence Publishing

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High-quality dental patient management demands an appropriately skilled team. It is the general dental practitioner's responsibility to co-ordinate the team and to take overall responsibility as the team leader. Your team provides all the specialities necessary to achieve a stable, functional, aesthetic masticatory unit, which not only encompasses the management of periodontal disease, but integrates a treatment plan the patient can maintain.
Available since: 03/19/2019.

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