Concluzii

Concluzii

Indivizii nu pot fi complet sanatosi pana cand nu se elibereaza de povara oricarei afectiuni a cavitatii bucale. Tema si anxietatea stomatologica au fost identificate ca fiind principalele bariere care impiedica pacientii sa apeleze la tratamentul stomatologic.

Cercetarea continua si aprofundata a anxietatii provocate de stomatolog si de tratamentul de igienizare este necesara pentru a ajuta practicianul sa identifice si sa trateze consecutiv diverse categorii populationale.

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