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Just the facts: Pediatric Dental and Oral Injuries

  • Aaron K. Sibley (a1) (a2), Paul Atkinson (a2) and Kevin Lobay (a3)

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Correspondence to: Dr. Aaron Sibley, University of Prince Edward Island, 550 University Ave, Rm 430 Duffy Science Centre, CharlottetownPE, C1A 4P3; Email: asibley@upei.ca

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Just the facts: Pediatric Dental and Oral Injuries

  • Aaron K. Sibley (a1) (a2), Paul Atkinson (a2) and Kevin Lobay (a3)

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