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The Dentofacial Complex by Allan G. Brodie
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The Dentofacial Complex

by Allan G. Brodie

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anatomy (1) biology (1) dental (1) dentistry (1) dentofacial (1) face (1) facial (1) head (1)

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A timeless book about dentofacial anatomy, told from the perspective of Dr. Allan G. Brodie, one of the top orthodontists of the 20th Century. ( )
  BillBike | Dec 31, 2011 |
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The Dentofacial Complex is a compilation of a series of lectures given by Dr. Allan G. Brodie at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The dentofacial complex is one of the most vital and intricate parts of the human body, presenting the portals for food and air and the end organs for sight, hearing, and olfaction. This book is an effort to explain what the dentofacial complex is and does, where it came from, and the ills to which it may be subject.

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