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" SEC. 3. The dentist should be temperate in all things, keeping both mind and body in the best possible health, that his patients may have the benefit of that clearness of judgment and skill which is their right. "
Annual Meeting of the National Dental Association - Page 28
by American Dental Association - 1883
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Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting: Of the New England Dental ...

New England Dental Society - Dentistry - 1888 - 122 pages
...encourage no false hopes by promising success, when, in the nature of the case, there is uncertainty. SECT. 3. The dentist should be temperate in all things,...have the benefit of that clearness of judgment and skijl which is their right. ARTICLE II. — MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER. SECTION I. — A member...
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Dominion Dental Journal, Volume 9

Dentistry - 1897 - 478 pages
...beneficient efforts of our profession. He should encourage no false hopes by promising success, when, in the nature of the case, there is uncertainty. Sec....clearness of judgment and skill which is their right. Maintaining Professional Character : Sec. 4. A member of the dental profession is bound to maintain...
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Physicians' and Dentists' Directory of the State of Michigan

1893 - 158 pages
...encourage no false hopes by promising success, when, in the nature of the case, there is uncertainty. SECT. 3. The dentist should be temperate in all things,...clearness of judgment and skill which is their right. Art. II. — Maintaining Professional Character. SECTION 1. A member of the dental profession is bound...
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Pacific Medico-dental Gazette, Volume 6

Dentistry - 1898 - 764 pages
...sensitive tissue. SEC. 2. It is not to be expected that the patient will possess a very extended or very accurate knowledge of professional matters. The...ARTICLE II.— MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER. SEC. i. A member of the dental profession is bound to maintain its honor, and to labor earnestly to...
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Transactions of the National Dental Association at the ... Annual Session ...

National Dental Association - Dentistry - 1901 - 284 pages
...beneficent efforts of our profession. He should encourage no false hopes by promising success when, in the nature of the case, there is uncertainty. SEC....of judgment and skill which is their right. ARTICLE II.—MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER. SECTION 1. A member of the dental profession is bound to...
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Transactions of the National Dental Association at the ... Annual ..., Volume 4

National Dental Association - 1902 - 362 pages
...beneficent efforts of our profession. He should encourage no false hopes by promising success when, in the nature of the case, there is uncertainty. SEC....II.— MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER. SECTION i. A member of the dental profession is bound to maintain its. honor, and to labor earnestly to extend...
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Transactions of the National Dental Association at the ... Annual Session ...

National Dental Association - Dentistry - 1906 - 424 pages
...beneficent efforts of our profession. He should encourage no false hopes by promising success when. in the nature of the case. there is uncertainty. SEC....their right. ARTICLE II. MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL CIIARACTER. SECTION 1. A member of the dental profession is bound to maintain its honor, and to labor...
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Dominion Dental Journal, Volume 18

Dentistry - 1906 - 488 pages
...an intelligent appreciation of what the profession aims to accomplish. Sec. 3.—The dentist shall be temperate in all things, keeping both mind and...benefit of that clearness of judgment and skill which they have the right to expect. ARTICLE II. Sec. I.—Every member of the dental profession is bound...
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Official Bulletin of the National Dental Association, Volume 1

National Dental Association - Dentistry - 1913 - 374 pages
...beneficent efforts of our profession. He should encourage no false hopes by promising success when, In the nature of the case, there is uncertainty. Sec....best possible health, that his patients may have the beneflt of that clearness of judgment and skill which is their right. ARTICLE II. Maintaining Professional...
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Out Into Life: A Handbook for Young Men Facing the Choice of a Vocation and ...

Douglas Horton - Conduct of life - 1924 - 300 pages
...and should fully recognize the obligations involved in the discharge of his duties toward them. He should be temperate in all things, keeping both mind...clearness of judgment and skill which is their right. The historic aim. — The whole aim of the medical profession is made plain in the oath of Hippocrates....
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