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JOEL LANDER , D.D.S.
5265 NAPLES PLAZA
Lo:-as BEACH, CALIF. 90803
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INDFUL that man is a creature of God destined for eternal happiness and that he is
compounded of that which is material and spiritual, I believe that the better the corporal
instrument the more excellent the production of the spirit.
PROFESS that the oral cavity, an integral part of this marvelous body from which
come forth ideas enunciated in the melody of speech, serves as the threshold and source to
FURTHER PROFESS that perfect oral health is a means to the happiness of man
and we, as guardians, must protect and maintain it.
PLEDGE as a member of the dental profession to hold in gratitude my school and
its teachings, ever appreciative of the inspiration of my classmates. However great my
attainments may become, I will realize with humility that my skill is the fruit of the
contributions of those who have preceded me. Conscious that I have contributed only a
part of the expense of my education, I pledge myself to continue material support of dental
education and research.
PROMISE that although conscious of my right to equitable remuneration I will
neither tend to selfish greed, nor deviate from the charity I owe my fellowmen. I will treat
every patient with the same solicitude that I would have another show towards me.
EALIZING that the privilege of practicing my profession has been granted me by my
fellowmen through constituted governmental authority, I shall conduct myself to merit
the confidence which has been placed in me.
INDFUL that this high trust is only one of the many blessings that I have received
from my country and that this has come through the travail, sacrifice, and unselfish eforts
of my forebears, I will perform my civic responsibilities so that future generations may
continue to enjoy the blessings which I possess.
ECOGNIZING that in all the endeavors of man, perfection has never been attained
and in my relationship with other members of my profession honesty and charity will be
my guide. In teaching and research truth will always be my purpose.
PROMISE to hold service of primary importance, to promote health by the eradica-
tion of disease, to relieve pain, to remedy malformation and to attain facial harmony.
SOLEMNLY SWEAR to do all that lies in my power to promote the honor and
dignity of my profession.
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