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Behavior Management of the Special Child Behavior Management of the Special Child

Author(s):

Fred Margolis, DDS

Date Added:

1/6/1955


Summary:

Children with disabling conditions can be treated in a private dental office with modifications of those techniques used to treat children who do not have handicapping conditions

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