Personal Oral Hygiene
Charles C. Bass, M.D.
Dean and Professor of Experimental Medicine,
Tulane University School of Medicine
New Orleans, Louisiana
January 29, 1875 ~ August 29, 1975
Some of Dr. Bass' contributions prior to his 'retirement':
Isolated the hookworm ova, and published "Hookworm Diseases" in 1909, with Dr. George Dock.
First identified beriberi and pellegra in Louisiana.
Simplified the method of diagnosing typhoid fever.
Discovered a method to cultivate the Plasmodia organism, allowing malaria research as never before.
Wikipedia has an excellent article
Field of Practice
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"A Clean Tooth Does Not Decay, nor does periodontoclasia occur about a clean tooth." C. C. Bass, M.D.