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Dental biomechanics and the dental curriculum


, : Dental biomechanics and the dental curriculum. Journal of Dentistry 20(4): 195-198

Attention is drawn to the numerous biomechanical concepts which provide the scientific basis for the many precepts taught in the various branches of clinical dentistry. It is suggested that dental biomechanics should logically be a subject area in its own right and that a practical way to achieve this would be for it to be gradually incorporated into the allied and complementary subject of dental materials science.

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