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Box 3-1 Bibliography

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Box 3-2 Bibliography


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Box 3-3 Bibliography

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Newton JT. The readability and utility of general dental practice patient information leaflets: An evaluation. British Dental Journal 1995; 178: 329-332.


Box 3-4 Bibliography

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Box 3-5 Bibliography

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