The Optimal Dentition of the Periodontitis Patient: An Orthodontic Concept

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The Optimal Dentition of the Periodontitis Patient : An Orthodontic Concept. / Melsen, Birte; Laursen, Morten Godtfredsen.

In: Forum Implantologicum, Vol. 10, No. 1, 11.2014, p. 110-120.

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Melsen, B & Laursen, MG 2014, 'The Optimal Dentition of the Periodontitis Patient: An Orthodontic Concept' Forum Implantologicum, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 110-120.

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Melsen B, Laursen MG. The Optimal Dentition of the Periodontitis Patient: An Orthodontic Concept. Forum Implantologicum. 2014 Nov;10(1):110-120.

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Melsen, Birte ; Laursen, Morten Godtfredsen. / The Optimal Dentition of the Periodontitis Patient : An Orthodontic Concept. In: Forum Implantologicum. 2014 ; Vol. 10, No. 1. pp. 110-120.

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