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Comprehensive dental rehabilitation under general anesthesia (DRGA) is a treatment option for children who require extensive dental treatment exhibit acute situational anxiety and emotional or cognitive immaturity or are medically
compromised.1 There are several advantages of DRGA including safety efficiency convenience and high-quality restorative and preventive (e.g.
The participants were a consecutive clinical convenience sample of the parents/ caregivers of children receiving DRGA at GA1/4lsah and Mert Tatar Mouth Teeth and Jaw Surgery Hospital of Erciyes University Turkey.
Turkish children are mostly referred for DRGA when they have a significant number of decayed teeth and cannot be treated in standard clinical conditions.
Dagmar Janacova (a), Pavel Mokrejs (b), Vladimir Vasek (a), Rudolf Drga (a), Ondrej Liska (c), Jiri Krenek (a)
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