Glenn Springer

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Following the loss of several molars in the left maxilla, a 73-year-old man asked his general dentist practitioner to restore his chewing efficiency. Initially, reconstruction of the left maxilla with an implant supported fixed partial denture was considered. However, intraorally a soft-tissue swelling was observed extending from the midline of the palate(More)
The authors have made a systematic study by PRICK-test and RAST, sometimes followed by a rhino-manometric provocation, of the frequency of sensitization to the two moulds Alternaria and Cladosporium in 200 "all comers" children in a paediatric consultation. The frequency was low, only 10% for those consulting in the groups of asthma, rhinitis, pollinosis,(More)
Non-response error is a common but undesirable feature of a survey. Survey practitioners use various techniques to reduce non-response error. In the National Compensation Survey (NCS), the state and local government frame is developed using administrative files maintained by the states for unemployment insurance (UI). In this paper, we explore the extent to(More)
In dentistry complications are undesirable adventures provoked by oral health care delivery. If there is any risk of a complication, the patient needs to be informed before treatment. Occurrence of complications can be minimized by adequate diagnostics and planning sufficient time for treatment. The most common complications during and after dentoalveolar(More)
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