Remission of congenital epulide - case report

@article{Carvalho2018RemissionOC,
  title={Remission of congenital epulide - case report},
  author={Milena Tavares de Carvalho and Isadora Santana de Souza and Patr{\'i}cia Coelho and Clarissa Teles Fagundes and Edite Novais Borges Pinchemel and L. C. Castro},
  journal={Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders \& Therapy},
  year={2018}
}
Dentistry for newborns is willing to provide a lower rate of dental problems to children’s development, presenting more condition of proper oral health and parents more aware of the relevance of prevention. Attention is now focused on early care, beginning before the first year of life, when children of a few days or months are taken to the dental office to have the first educational recommendations and diagnosis of anomaly or alteration in the oral cavity, solving limitations such as… 

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