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The writer feels like apologizing for addressing the Section upon such a simple thing as the relation of tooth forms to the movements of the jaws, and in defense makes the excuse that there is, as you well know, such a general misapprehension and lack of appreciation of many such simple principles of the profession that reiteration is never out of place. The writer has hopes to enlist the interest of the Section in the cultivation of a better appreciation of at least one of these simple principles. It is not sufficient to say that these things are found in the textbooks. The text-books are rarely studied and the living principles must be presented over and over in meetings in various forms of dress, that all kinds minds may be reached and interested and lifted up.
To be brief, therefore (in a paper which can only be suggestive), we wish
THOMPSON AH. TOOTH FORMS IN RELATION TO JAW MOVEMENTS. JAMA. 1899;XXXII(1):14–16. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.92450280014001f
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