Allergic rhinitis and dental caries

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Öner Özdemir

Keywords

dental caries, chronic mouth breathing, oral health/dental care

Abstract

I have read the review article titled ‘Allergic rhinitis (AR) and dental caries: A systematic review’ by Calvo-Henriquez et al. with great interest. After I have carefully read this interesting article, I want to raise some points that require further explanation and briefly mention our study in this area.

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References

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