Excerpt from Dominion Dental Journal, 1914, Vol. 26: Official Organ of All Dental Associations in Canada
Miller died in July, i9o7. His later scientific communications in so far as they were related to the problem of dental caries did not deal directly with its etiology, as h... e apparently regarded his earlier researches on that point as being conclusive - for, writing in l900, he says: Caries results from the accumulation and retention of particles of food between or in fissures, depressions, etc., upon the free surfaces of the teeth, which places we call retention centers. If, in filling a cavity in a tooth, we do not thereby obliterate the retention center which previously 'gave rise to decay, there is every reason to suppose-that decay may make its reappear ance in the course of time.
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