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Published in Clinical Dentistry

Journal Scan / Research · October 04, 2021

Retaining More Natural Teeth in Older Adults Is a Reflection of Better General Health

PloS One


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PloS One
Tooth retention predicts good physical performance in older adults
PLoS ONE 2021 Sep 01;16(9)e0255741, E Musacchio, P Binotto, E Perissinotto, G Sergi, S Zambon, MC Corti, AC Frigo, L Sartori

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