A survey of current practice procedures

  title={A survey of current practice procedures},
  author={R. C. Germond},
  journal={American Journal of Orthodontics},
  • R. C. Germond
  • Published 1955
  • Medicine
  • American Journal of Orthodontics
Abstract Regarding that part of the survey concerning what might be termed office routine , we have the following findings: 1. Question 3 .—In the number of assistants employed, there is an increase with more years of practice, but there is no geographical variation. The number ranges from 1.36 to 1.84 assistants. 2. Question 4 .—Some difference is found in the patient load by geographical areas, from a low in one area of 87 active patients to a high of 165 in another locality. In the age… Expand
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