Dental caries and periodontal diseases among urban, rural and tribal school children.

@article{Rao1993DentalCA,
  title={Dental caries and periodontal diseases among urban, rural and tribal school children.},
  author={Srinivasu P. Rao and M S Bharambe},
  journal={Indian pediatrics},
  year={1993},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={759-64}
}
The oral health status in school children of Wardha was studied to find out the geographical differences in oral health status and to relate it with the teeth cleaning habit and nutritional status. A cluster sample of 778 children studying in 2 urban, 4 rural and 2 tribal primary schools was selected. Majority (60.8%) of children were habituated to clean their teeth with Manjan. The prevalence of periodontal diseases was significantly high in children habituated to ash, Manjan and coal. The… CONTINUE READING

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