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Knowledge, Attitude and Beliefs of Undergraduate Medical and Dental Students towards Dental Treatment during Pregnancy

This study provides data on the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of pre-clinical, undergraduate dental and medical students on pregnancy and oral health. The data emphasises the need to educate all preclinical students on dental health and pregnancy correlations.


Objective: To determine the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of undergraduate pre-clinical medical and dental students; at the University of the West Indies, towards dental treatment during pregnancy.

15 Jun, 2016
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e-Published: 29 Jun, 2016


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