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Prevalence of dental caries in Hadrianapolis medieval population (X. century)

Melike Camgoz orcid id ; Faculty of Dentistry, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey

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Dental caries has been one of the major oral health problems of the human race since the Stone Age. The skeletal remains were found during the archeological excavations in Hadrianapolis region by Edirne Museum between 2002 and 2003. These were linked to Eastern Roman-Byzantium period. Thirty-seven skeletal remains out of total 139 were studied. The aim of this study was to determine the number of teeth with cavities and the prevalence of dental caries in the skeletal remains of Hadrianapolis inhabitants from X. century using the DM(F)T index.

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dental caries, ancient populations, Hadrianapolis, DMFT index, Eastern Roman-Byzantium

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