Micheline Ruel-Kellermann

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The mother-child relationship, the family milieu and the scholastic environment all play a part in determining the ability of an individual to accept oral care. The acceptance of such care needs to be prompted by arguments based on the principal functions of the teeth: chewing and digestion; elocution and communication; and aesthetics--especially the smile(More)
Recherche sur la vraye anathomie des dents, nature & propriété d'icelles (1582) is the last dental book of the 16th century and the first in France. The part borrowed from Libellus de dentibus by Bartolommeo Eustachio is not the most interesting part of the book; the better part is when Hémard tells personal experiences with his picturesque words, showing(More)