Thought-provoking

June 1, 1999
I also thought the article by Susan Alex was thought-provoking. As we pursue our endless dental dreams, in all their variety, it is easy for the family to get left behind. That is a poor trade-off.

Jay Herrington, DMD

Gainesville, Fla.

The amalgam debate is a super springboard to discussion of this hot topic.

I also thought the article by Susan Alex was thought-provoking. As we pursue our endless dental dreams, in all their variety, it is easy for the family to get left behind. That is a poor trade-off.

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