Dental Infections, Their Dangers and Prevention

Weston A. Price, D.D.S., M.S., F.A.C.D., Cleveland, Ohio

Few, if any, of the general health problems entail more difficulties in diagnosis than do dental infections in relation to systemic disease. The question may also readily be asked whether any causative or contributing factor the degenerative diseases is more important than focal infections. The problem concerns the radiologists probably quite as much, if not more, than the members of other specialties. Since the interpretation of physical records almost of necessity is related to quantitative expressions, we would expect that, by comparison, quantitative infections will be found disclosed roentgenographically. Large areas... continued in PDF

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