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Caries Res (2012) 46 (1): 3–8.
Published Online: 08 December 2011
... to in the content or advertisements. Deciduous dentition Dental anxiety Epidemiology Oral health Dental caries Pediatric dentistry A change in parental behavior may represent an important part of a caries-preventive strategy for children; the mother’s own oral behavior is thought to be especially...
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Caries Res (1993) 27 (4): 317–320.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
...K.J. Weeks; K.M. Milsom; M.A. Lennon The aim of this study was to compare the prevalence of developmental defects of enamel in the deciduous dentition of 4- to 5-year-old children residing in fluoridated (1 ppmF) and non-fluoridated (less than 0.2 ppmF) communities in Cheshire, UK. The significant...
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Caries Res (1992) 26 (6): 423–427.
Published Online: 19 November 2009
... without spaces between their anterior teeth were significantly higher than in the 6 subjects with spaces. The results show that the clearance halftime is longest for the upper anterior buccal site which is the site most prone to nursing bottle caries in the deciduous dentition. Basic Sciences Caries Res...
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Caries Res (1992) 26 (5): 379–383.
Published Online: 19 November 2009
... of fluoride and length of fluoride exposure on caries experience in the deciduous dentition. The study was carried out amongst 522 7- and 8-year-olds. Fluoride tablets were not used and toothpaste was virtually unavailable. Three periods of fluoride exposure were identified, i.e. 3,5 and 7 years. The outcome...
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Caries Res (1984) 18 (5): 472–477.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
... or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Caries Deciduous dentition Oral hygiene Sucrose intake Caries Res. 18: 472-477 (1984) Dental Caries, Sucrose Intake and Oral Hygiene in 5-Year-Old South African Indian Children P...
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Caries Res (2009) 43 (1): 2–9.
Published Online: 10 December 2008
... progression. In conclusion, since this population has access to fluoride and presents moderate caries prevalence, other measures to reduce the rate of caries progression are required to further improve oral health in non-privileged children. Caries trends Deciduous dentition Epidemiology Non-cavitated...
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