A Colour Atlas of Complete Dentures by J.A. Hobkirk

By J.A. Hobkirk

An atlas of approximately three hundred color pictures masking numerous levels within the development of whole dentures, recording fundamental and secondary impressions, jaw relationships, trial dentures, denture insertions and the evaluation appointment.

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