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IP Journal of Paediatrics and Nursing Science

Preterm birth - Effects on oral cavity

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Author Details : Shaik Ali Hassan*, Sumit Bhateja, Geetika Arora

Volume : 2, Issue : 4, Year : 2019

Article Page : 99-101

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Preterm and low birth weight youngsters contain around 6% of every live birth. It is presently a verifiable truth that untimely kids experience numerous oral inconveniences related with their preterm births. Rashly conceived newborn children have a short pre-birth advancement period and they are inclined to numerous genuine restorative issues during the neonatal period, which may influence the improvement of oral tissues. In this review article we will show about how the preterm birth affects the oral cavity.


Keywords: Preterm birth, Enamel, Euption, Occlusal relationship

Doi : 10.18231/j.ijpns.2019.004

How to cite : Hassan S A, Bhateja S, Arora G, Preterm birth - Effects on oral cavity. J Paediatr Nurs Sci 2019;2(4):99-101

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