Maternal Knowledge of Oral Health of Children Aged 1-4 Years.

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Summary of "Maternal Knowledge of Oral Health of Children Aged 1-4 Years."

Knowledge of oral health (KOH) among mothers has an important influence on their children's oral habits and routines. Lack of maternal KOH had been related to the development of early childhood caries among preschool children.


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Name: The Journal of clinical pediatric dentistry
ISSN: 1053-4628


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