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April 20, 1929


JAMA. 1929;92(16):1368-1369. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700420052019

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Organization of Dental Care in the Municipality of Berlin  DENTAL CARE OF SCHOOL CHILDRENIn the cities, communes and other areas that, in 1920, were welded together to form Greater Berlin, the dental care of school children had not been organized in a uniform manner. In many districts, there was no organized dental care of school children, and extensive administrative and technical measures were needed before much progress in the organization of dental care could be made. In recent years, several school dental clinics have been created, and there are now twenty-two school dental clinics in Berlin. These vary in size according to the location and size of the district that they serve. Preparatory steps have been taken to complete the organization of a uniform system of dental care for school children in Greater Berlin according to the following principles: The Berlin municipal dental care of school children extends to

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