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Those who have been familiar with the former editions of this treatise upon oral surgery will anticipate that in the preparation of a new edition the author will have so re-cast and extended his labors as to include the latest literature, the latest improvements and the most approved methods pertaining to oral surgery and dentistry. In this respect there will be no disappointment. The purpose of the volume is to show what dentistry is, when practiced from the stand-point of oral surgery.
The present work contains over thirteen hundred octavo pages. Through the courtesy of other authors, by cuts which are familiar, and by the help of a large number of original drawings, it is well illustrated. In appearance, it is creditable to the publishers.
The description and surgical anatomy of the head including its muscles, vessels, nerves and glands occupy the first one hundred pages. Then follow chapters
A System of Oral Surgery. JAMA. 1890;XV(21):771–772. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1890.02410470035009
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