Dentistry in the chair

January 24, 2008

In the week that we learnt of the worsening dentistry crisis in the National Health Service, the bestselling academic books in Sheffield were Integrated Dental Treatment Planning: A Case-Based Approach and Essential Dental Public Health ("Top 10 academic bestsellers", 17 January). Should we be reassured or worried?

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