Subject: Medicine (miscellaneous) | RZ | Study Protocol | Pharmacology (medical) | RA
mesheuropmc: stomatognathic diseases
Background: Oral health is an important part of general physical health and is essential for self-esteem, self-confidence\ud and overall quality of life. There is a well-established link between mental illness and poor oral health. Oral health\ud problems are not genera... View more
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