Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Dental School, University of Maryland Theses 1945 (Part 1)
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Table of ContentsThis volume contains the following manuscripts described as Senior Thesis presented to the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery for the Degree of “Doctor of Dental Surgery”: Theories of enamel calcification / by Aisenberg, Alvin D. ; Possibilities of pressure anesthesia / by Baker, Nathan P. ; Bio-mechanical principles governing diagnosis and treatment planning in fixed partial denture prosthesis / by Beard, Josph Roderick ; Fluorine in its future dental health / by Benavent, Arturo Jr. ; Tumors of dental origin / by Bianco, Norman V. ; The value of extraction in orthodontic treatment / by Bisaccia, Ralph M. ; The endocrines as related to orthodontics / by Brawley, Boyce Albert ; Vincent’s infection / by Brown, Bernard L. ; Soft tissues tumors in and about the oral cavity / by Cadden, John J. ; The proper and successful treatment of periclasia / by Cassaviell, Vincent S. ; Postoperative hemorrhage in exodontia / by Cicala, John J. ; Drugs and prescriptions in a dental practice/ by Cohen, Joseph M. ; Fluorine in dental health / Dressel, Harry W. F. Jr. ; Vitamins in relation to dental health / by Dunn, Albert M. ; Oral prophylaxis and its role and place in moth health / by Farris, Frederick P. ; The role of dentifrices in the care of the oral cavity / by Feindt, Frederick H. ; Diagnosis of odontitis / by Flesher, Eugene E.
DescriptionDissertations (D.D.S.), Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 1945.
This record describes the content of 1945 part 1 of 3 (A-F).
Available in print only in closed stacks at the Health Sciences and Human Services Library.
KeywordUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Dentistry
Doctor of Dental Surgery
University of Maryland, Baltimore. Dental School, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery--Dissertations
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/7410
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