Patient presented to my office on 9/17/12 with the chief complaint of a recently placed crown on tooth #10 that had chipped. She said that the treating dentist, Dr. R, said that it could not be fixed and she would need to replace the veneer at her cost. Not satisfied with that response, she consulted another local dentist who gave her the same information. Still frustrated with her situation, she searched the internet and found an article that I published on repairing chipped porcelain.
A Scientific Study of Asset Management: An Investigation of the Use of Expert Witnesses to Measure Their Influence on Trial Outcomes in the Field of Vehicle Accident Litigation and the Resulting Effect on the Profitability of U.S. Law Firms
by Russell E. Darnell, PhD
Practical Guide to Vegetable Oil Processing [Kindle Edition]