Dental Cosmos Title
S S White A Case of Irregularity
frontispiece Mottled Teeth
Dentistry and the War Classification of Malocclusion
Continuous gum on rubber plates

Dental Cosmos, a Monthly Record of Dental Science was the first enduring national journal for the American dental profession, and one of the most significant in the early history of American dentistry. The foundation of dental practice was documented and debated in its pages from 1859 through 1936, when it merged with the Journal of the American Dental Association, serving as a cornerstone for JADA and the model of what a successful dental journal could be. Many of these original source articles are still cited and considered classics in the field.

The conversion of Dental Cosmos (1859 to 1936) from print to electronic was made possible through the generous support of the Colgate-Palmolive Company.

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Last update December 4, 2006.