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Three Years of Water Fluoridation May Lead to a Decrease in Dental Caries Prevalence and Dental Caries Experience in a Community With High Caries Rates






Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice 15(3): 124-125

Three Years of Water Fluoridation May Lead to a Decrease in Dental Caries Prevalence and Dental Caries Experience in a Community With High Caries Rates



Accession: 059127911

PMID: 26337584

DOI: 10.1016/j.jebdp.2015.07.008



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