Does dental trauma influence the social judgment and motivation to seek dental treatment by children and adolescents? Development, validation, and application of an instrument for the evaluation of traumatic dental injuries and their consequences.

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Summary of "Does dental trauma influence the social judgment and motivation to seek dental treatment by children and adolescents? Development, validation, and application of an instrument for the evaluation of traumatic dental injuries and their consequences."

One's smile clearly plays a significant role in the perception and judgment that others have of one's appearance and personality.


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Name: International journal of paediatric dentistry
ISSN: 1365-263X


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