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anvi

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Hi,
Is there any difference between 2001 and 2004 dental decks?I have 2001 edition but in a confusion whether to buy the latest one or to follow the one i had.
 

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As far as material, there have only been minor changes with the newest Decks. They corrected all of the errors that were present with the latest edition, but these errors/corrections can be found on the Decks website also.

In terms of construction, the new decks are on much better paper, and the cards are color coded in light colors. For example, the Micro/Path cards are printed on grey cardstock, while the Dental Anatomy are printed on a light blue. The font has also changed.
 
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Temple2007

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The more students you can get the more money you can save.
10-25 = $174
25-50= $168
50= $165

A student in our class put toghter a group of 50 and got them for a good deal.
 

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I wonder if there would be a way to get a whole bunch of people together from SDN to get a group rate for the 2004 Dental Decks...
 
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