Influence of Salivary Factors on Dental Caries in Pre-School Children of 4 Years of Age at iei. 442 Divino Amor. Cusco 2006

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  • Dr. Jesus Alejandro Arenas Fernandez Dávila
  • Aida Valer Contreras
  • Nancy Elizabeth Ucañani Ascue
  • Dr. Marlon Joel Silva Huamán

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https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20iS7.4428

Abstract

The present proposed research work aims to reflect a reality, being necessary to determine the influence of salivary factors in pre-school children of 4 years of age; with the purpose of establishing and objectifying the existing implications in the presence of dental caries, expressed through the ceo-d index, thus making it possible to improve the practice of dental professionals in the exercise of the activities of promotion, prevention and recovery of oral health.

This indicates that most of the preschoolers studied presented high salivary pH values, which corresponded to the Basic level with 93.3 %, being affected by the highest caries index with 6.2; followed by the group with Neutral level with 6.7 % and affected by the lowest caries index of 3.5. There was no evidence of any record corresponding to the group with an Acid pH level; with which it is inferred from the results that as the pH increased, the caries index also increased, and vice versa.

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2023-10-06

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Dr. Jesus Alejandro Arenas Fernandez Dávila, Aida Valer Contreras, Nancy Elizabeth Ucañani Ascue, & Dr. Marlon Joel Silva Huamán. (2023). Influence of Salivary Factors on Dental Caries in Pre-School Children of 4 Years of Age at iei. 442 Divino Amor. Cusco 2006 . Migration Letters, 20(S7), 665–681. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20iS7.4428

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