"Knee-To-Knee" Position for Minor Procedures in Infants and Toddlers- Dentists Attitudes.

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Summary of ""Knee-To-Knee" Position for Minor Procedures in Infants and Toddlers- Dentists Attitudes."

The objective of this survey was to assess attitudes of pediatric dentists in Israel toward using "knee-to-knee" positioning for dental examinations and for minor procedures in infants and toddlers.


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Name: The Journal of clinical pediatric dentistry
ISSN: 1053-4628


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