By Charles A. Babbush DDS MScD
This finished, hugely illustrated, full-color text-atlas covers ideas and strategies of oral and maxillofacial implants, either restorative and surgical. the newest surgical innovations are defined and visually highlighted with greater than 1,000 full-color illustrations. It covers all facets of circumstances, from making a choice on sufferers to surgical procedure to upkeep hygiene. it really is a vital source for all training prosthodontists and oral surgeons.
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Now, with past trouble culminating in arson and conspiracy, John A. ’’ 5 John D. quickly made plans to ship Harry to Charleston for immediate sale, but Harry was determined not to be sold oﬀ so easily. 6 Although exact events are not recorded, Harry most likely attempted an escape that led to violent confrontation. By early February Harry had been jailed in Walterboro, ‘‘shot with small shot’’ in his back. 7 Harry’s rebellious acts and subsequent injuries brought his status as chattel sharply into view.
The intersection of medicine with the southern political economy produced a narrow deﬁnition of slave health permeated by concerns of slaveholder status and wealth. Questions concerning slaves’ mental and physical health inﬂuenced the very nature of economic transactions in slave property. In turn, the principle of human property profoundly shaped the practice and theory of southern white medicine. 13 The Warrens’ concern for Harry’s health and sale value thus emerged from a context not peculiar to Harry alone.
B. Phillips and Carter G. Woodson disagreed markedly over whether slaveholders were generally ‘‘solicitous’’ or neglectful of slave health. Since that time some scholars have argued that economic interest motivated planters to provide a relatively high level of health care to their enslaved laborers. 3 Yet the debate over plantation health conditions, for the most part, casts slave health care as a problem only for slaveholders. It treats the property principle as a force that either did or did not motivate slaveholders to provide health care for their enslaved laborers.
Dental Implants: The Art and Science by Charles A. Babbush DDS MScD