Title: Analysis the New Way in Dental Communication; Author: Ubassy, Gerald; Format/binding: Hardcover; Book condition: Good; Quantity available: 1; Binding: . In the laboratory with Gérald Ubassy. In the practice with The information and impression received from the dentist are analyzed and used for the detailed . Title, Analysis: The New Way in Dental Communication. Author, Gérald Ubassy. Publisher, Teamwork media srl, Length, pages. Export Citation.
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Analysis : the new way in dental communication
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After that, they were able to supply me with their requirements by means of alphanumeric and numerical codes. Every customer was now in the position to make the necessary differentiation by means of a simple analytical procedure.
Analysis the New Way in Dental Communication by Ubassy, Gerald
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