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Oral health status, behaviors and oral health related quality of life among pupils in Border Patrol Police Schools, Thailand.

@inproceedings{Vichayanrat2016OralHS,
  title={Oral health status, behaviors and oral health related quality of life among pupils in Border Patrol Police Schools, Thailand.},
  author={Tippanart Vichayanrat and ทิพนาถ วิชญาณรัตน์ and Piyada Gaewkhiew and ปิยดา แก้วเขียว and Reda Kasetsuwan and เรดา เกษตรสุวรรณ and Hathairat Kaewsringam and หทัยรัตน์ แก้วศรีงาม and Komsun Lapauthaya and คมสัน ลาภาอุตย์ and Poonpon Khowiboonchai and พูนผล โควิบูลย์ชัย and Passiri Nisaluk and พาสน์ศิริ นิสาลักษณ์},
  year={2016}
}
Oral health status, behaviors and oral health related quality of life among pupils in Border Patrol Police Schools, Thailand Tippanart Vichayanrat, Piyada Gaewkhiew, Reda Kasetsuwan, Hathairat Kaewsringam, Komsun Lapauthaya, Poonpon Khowiboonchai, Passiri Nisaluk Tippanart Vichayanrat, Piyada Gaewkhiew, Reda Kasetsuwan, Hathairat Kaewsringam, Komsun Lapauthaya, Poonpon Khowiboonchai, Passiri Nisaluk 1 Department of Community Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand… 

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