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Deliberation of public on oral wards sustainable development for the newborn

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Renato Ramses Diaz Moreno ,
Renato Ramses Diaz Moreno

Odontólogo, Maestro en Gestión Pública, Universidad César Vallejo. Lima, Perú

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Lilly Rocío Moreno Chinchay ,
Lilly Rocío Moreno Chinchay

Docente de Economía. Facultad de Economía de la Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal. Lima, Perú

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Moisés Adolfo Sánchez Moreno ,
Moisés Adolfo Sánchez Moreno

Médico- Cirujano. Facultad de Medicina Humana. Universidad Alas Peruanas. Lima, Perú

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Franco Martin Diaz Moreno ,
Franco Martin Diaz Moreno

Químico farmacéutico. Facultad de Farmacia y bioquímica. Universidad Alas Peruanas Lima, Perú

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Marcos Andrés Sánchez Moreno ,
Marcos Andrés Sánchez Moreno

Bachiller en Derecho. Facultad de Derecho. Universidad César Vallejo. Lima, Perú

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Abstract

Introduction: The application of Oral Health Policies (PSB) has a great influence on the achievement of Sustainable Development (SD) of communities, promoting an improvement in the quality of life.
Objective: Analyze the proposals for Oral Health Policies in the Sustainable Development of communities.
Method: The research methodology was a documentary, descriptive design, extracted from scientific databases such as Scopus, Scielo, Web of Science, Pubmed, Redalyc and Proquest in a total of 53 articles, from the years 2018 to 2024, in languages of English and Spanish.
Results: The great importance of applying Oral Health Policies (PSB) is demonstrated through the implementation of new programs, in order to ensure the sustainable development of communities, understanding the great challenge of the work of the dental professional within the fulfillment of the SDGs, highlighting that its work is framed beyond the curative clinical area, since it has an important performance as a scientific discipline in promoting health by positively affecting the social determinants of health-disease processes and therefore in the construction of communities.
Conclusions: The efficiency of the Oral Health Policy (PSB) will have a great influence on the sustainable development of communities, first of all, because it is a fundamental right and, in the coming decades, the high rates of oral diseases must decrease since they are Preventable diseases, but if left untreated it can even trigger periodontitis and cardiovascular problems.

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Diaz Moreno RR, Moreno Chinchay LR, Sánchez Moreno MA, Diaz Moreno FM, Sánchez Moreno MA. Deliberation of public on oral wards sustainable development for the newborn. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 May 12 [cited 2024 May 28];4:801. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/801

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