By Eugene S. Talbot, M.D., D.D.S., Professor of Dental and Oral Surgery, Northwestern University, Woman's Medical School. Fourth Edition. With 580 Illustrations. Cloth. Pp. 546. Price, $5.00. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co. 1901.
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This fourth edition of Dr. Talbot's work, which is slightly altered in its title, has been thoroughly revised and in some portions at least is almost a new work. The last edition was received by the scientific world with much favor and it seems likely that this present edition will be even more satisfactory. The principal changes have been made in the first portion where he discusses the general principles of degeneracy and its causes. It is here almost an entirely new work; the latter part also has been revised, contains a much larger number of illustrations and statistical tables, and a great deal of new matter scattered throughout the text. There is no dental work that we know of which is more scientific than the present one, though in its form and general composition it is less difficult and technical than many pretentious works. The general make-up of the
Irregularities of the Teeth and Their Treatment. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(24):1623. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470500051021
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