September 1922
Journal of Dental Research;Sep1922, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p369
Academic Journal
The article focuses on research into the incidence of dental caries in preschool-aged children. It states that over 27 percent of the children examined had at least one dental caries. It mentions that of the 3-6 year age group, nearly half had dental caries, with the 3-4 year period being the specific age group with the highest incidence of first-time dental caries.


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