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Child Psychology in Orthodontic Practice
The Journal of the National Dental Association
We who carry on hospital work do not make enough effort against suggestion in the case of patients coming into a hospital for the first time. It is sheer brutality to wheel a conscious patient into an operating room, fully equipped with rows of shining instruments ready to be used in his operation; into sight of white robed and masked surgeons and nurses. It is a brutality that works a lasting damage to the average patient. If we tried to make the hospital experience as nearly negative asdoi:10.14219/jada.archive.1922.0048 fatcat:dtylupa6bred3eryjvvsd3r244