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This is a new edition of the orthodontic textbook of the late Martin Dewey, arranged by George M. Anderson. Important additions have been furnished by the chapters written by the ten contributors. Dr. Anderson has attained the purpose set forth in the preface: "To include in one volume authoritative material which will aid the student of dentistry, the practitioner of dentistry, and the student of orthodontia to understand the problems which confront those who choose to practice orthodontics." Both students and practitioners of dentistry as well as specialists in the field of orthodontics will find much of value. Any author of such a work is confronted with no inconsiderable problem. The many contributions that have been made in this specialty, particularly in the last twenty years, preclude the possibility of more than a statement of principle in one volume. While a statement of principle is of material value and importance
Practical Orthodontia. JAMA. 1936;106(12):1033-1034. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770120065031