Sarah Scheck

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  • Australian orthodontic journal
  • 1990
The skull of a twentieth-century man presented by chance and was recognised as an example of attritional occlusion. It was photographed and x-rayed and seemed to be a worthy supplement to Begg's classic work. It demonstrates severe loss of tooth structure from attrition, both occlusally and interproximally, resulting in reduction of tooth width and height.(More)
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