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survey of Ontario dentists on the care of children"s teeth. Conducted for the Ontario Dental Association by Canadian Cross-Section, an affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Public Opinion (The Gallup Poll) by Canadian Cross-Section

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Published in Toronto .
Written in English


  • Dental public health -- Ontario -- Statistics,
  • Pedodontia,
  • Dentistry -- Vocational guidance,
  • Dentistry -- Practice

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Edition Notes

Other titlesOntario dentists and child dental care
ContributionsOntario Dental Association, Toronto, Canadian Institute of Public Opinion
LC ClassificationsRK55 C5 C33
The Physical Object
Pagination[21 leaves]
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18360468M

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