Achieving Oral Health, 2nd Edition
The Social Context of Dental Care
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'Achieving Oral Health' is now in its third edition having been extensively revised. This well-established book provides an excellent introduction to the understanding of the role and importance of psychology in dentistry for undergraduate dental students.Table of Contents
"... Achieving Oral Health has much to offer the concerned dental practitioner and student, in helping to understand the needs of their patients. For the public health professional it gives an insight into the social science literature that underpins much of the activity surrounding oral health care." Gillian Bradnock, Community Dental Health (1998) 15, 286 287, January 1998
for years 1 4." Andrew Hill, Senior Lecturer, Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences, University of Leeds
By Ray Croucher, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Dental Public Health, Department of Dental Public Health, St. Bartholmew's and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry, London; and Gerry Kent, PhD, DipClinPsychol, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of Sheffield, UK