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This book should be as valuable to the dental profession as are its prototypes, Useful Drugs and New and Nonofficial Remedies, to the medical profession. In format and general scope it resembles the former publication, but in that it lists and describes nonofficial remedies proposed for use by dentists it resembles the latter. The typography is excellent.
The names appearing in the list of members of the Council on Dental Therapeutics as well as the text of the rules governing the admission of articles assure both the scientific background and the practical soundness of the council's actions and consequently of the contents of this book. The official preparations included represent such an admirably short and selective materia medica as will be of most usefulness to the busy dental practitioner. The point of view of the dentist has been constantly and effectively kept in mind. It is planned to revise the
Accepted Dental Remedies Containing a List of Official Drugs Selected to Promote a Rational Dental Materia Medica and Descriptions of Acceptable Nonofficial Articles, 1934. JAMA. 1935;104(6):502. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760060070025
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