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Systems for the Provision of Oral Health Care in the Black Sea Countries Part 9: Belarus

@article{Tserakhava2011SystemsFT,
  title={Systems for the Provision of Oral Health Care in the Black Sea Countries Part 9: Belarus},
  author={T. N. Tserakhava and Natallia Shakavets and Alyaksandr Smirnoy},
  journal={oral health and dental management},
  year={2011},
  volume={2011},
  pages={0-0}
}
This paper provides a description of the system for the provision of oral health care for the population of Belarus in 2010. It details the organisation of this system and its benefits. It then describes the oral health care workforce and its education and finishes with some information on oral epidemiology and costs of oral care in Belarus. 

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