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Study of pattern and prevalence of mandibular impacted third molar among Delhi-National Capital Region population with newer proposed classification of mandibular impacted third molar: A retrospective study

Passi Deepak, Singh Geeta, Dutta Shubharanjan, Srivastava Dhirendra, Chandra Lokesh, Mishra Sonal, Srivastava Anchal, Dubey Manish

Year : 2019| Volume: 10| Issue : 1 | Page no: 59-67

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