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Medical consultations for medically complex dental patients


, : Medical consultations for medically complex dental patients. Journal of the California Dental Association 35(5): 343-349

In order to discuss the issue of the medical consultation letter for medically complex dental patients, information is provided with regard to the specifics of the process. Medical, dental, and legal implications are discussed. Specific scripting and format are provided.

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