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Effect of socio-demographic variables on caries among preschool Saudi children

Abstract

 Notwithstanding significant advances in the field of caries avoidance in the course of recent many years, there are a few reports of high youth caries (ECC) commonness in small kids. Today, all specialists on dental caries for the most part concur that it is an irresistible and transmittable sickness and that various variables impact the inception and movement of the illness. ECC is quite possibly the most widely recognized dental conditions found in small kids, and its commonness has all the earmarks of being expanding. The paces of ECC are most elevated among the socially hindered, for example, low financial gatherings and native and ethnic minorities. The social danger factors that are straightforwardly associated with ECC have been very much recorded. ECC has been representing a test to the dental calling all through the creating and created world.

 Mohammed Abdullah Alkahtani

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