Review of Greene and Vermillion: "Oral Hygiene Research and Implications for Periodontal Care"

March 1971
Journal of Dental Research;Mar1971, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p194
Academic Journal
The article presents a review of the article "Oral Hygiene Research and Implications for Periodontal Care," by John C. Greene and Jack R. Vermillion. Two studies discussed in the article, one on beagles and one on humans, are focused on. The effects of diet on the periodontal health of dogs is discussed.


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