Here are some sample APA Style citations, to help you get a sense of how yours should appear:
Smith, J.A. (2010). Dental materials in the twenty-first century. New York: Elsevier.
Smith, E.B. (2009). Chairside manner and dental health education: techniques and strategies. Journal of Dental Practice, 32, 204-215. doi:10.1037/0477-66220.127.116.119
Professional or popular article:
White, C.S. (2005, June). Xylitol gum: new applications for an old material. Dental Assisting Weekly, 15(6), 35-39.
Crest whitening strips. (2010). Crest.com. Retrieved from http://www.crest.com/creststrips/
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You can print an APA Style citation, email it to yourself, or just click "Cite" and see the citation on the screen in front of you.
Warning: Some APA citations that you receive will have slight errors, and some may even have major errors. Review all citations and ask for help in the Writing Lab or library if you are unsure whether the citation is correct.