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Reasons that patients do not return for appointments in the initial phase of treatment of temporomandibular disorders. J. Orofacial Pain, 1996, 10, pp. 66-71.

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DE BOEVER, JA, K VAN WORMHOUDT, and EH DE BOEVER. “Reasons That Patients Do Not Return for Appointments in the Initial Phase of Treatment of Temporomandibular Disorders. J. Orofacial Pain, 1996, 10, Pp. 66-71.”
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DE BOEVER, JA, VAN WORMHOUDT, K., & DE BOEVER, E. (n.d.). Reasons that patients do not return for appointments in the initial phase of treatment of temporomandibular disorders. J. Orofacial Pain, 1996, 10, pp. 66-71.
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DE BOEVER J, VAN WORMHOUDT K, DE BOEVER E. Reasons that patients do not return for appointments in the initial phase of treatment of temporomandibular disorders. J. Orofacial Pain, 1996, 10, pp. 66-71.
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DE BOEVER, JA, K VAN WORMHOUDT, and EH DE BOEVER. “Reasons That Patients Do Not Return for Appointments in the Initial Phase of Treatment of Temporomandibular Disorders. J. Orofacial Pain, 1996, 10, Pp. 66-71.” n. pag. Print.
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