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The prevalence of caries among kindergarten children in Shenzhen of China is very high, which could cause them various harm. Dental care for kindergarten children from pediatric dentists is a project that has the advantages of being widespread and low-spending in Shenzhen. In order to promote the project with the cooperation of kindergarten doctors and teachers, this mini review aims at the summary of the experiences of dental care from us.
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