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Incidence of dental caries in 52 Santo Domingo children, habitual chewers of sugar cane


, : Incidence of dental caries in 52 Santo Domingo children, habitual chewers of sugar cane. Odontoiatria; Revista Ibero-Americana de Medicina de la Boca 10(119): 647-652


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