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      Authors Name
      Cataldo Orsini, Renzo [1]
      Cataldo Tapia, Astrid [1]
      Cazaux M, Catalina [1]
      Caze Candia, Francisco Javier [1]
      Cáceres Henríquez, Paulina [1]
      Cáceres P., Marcia [6]
      Cáceres Ponce, Marcia [4]
      Cárcamo Pascal, Roberto [1]
      Cepeda Manríquez, Constanza [1]
      Cepeda Manríquez, Diego [1]
      Cerda A., Fernanda [1]
      Cereceda M., María Angélica [13]
      Chahuán H., María José [1]
      Chamorro Vásquez, Valentina [1]
      Chiang Godoy, Stefanía [1]
      Chiappe B., Ezio [1]
      Chiappini Koscina, Giuliana [1]
      Chilean and Spanish Health lnstitutes perform various efforts on prevention and treatment of Dental Caries. Within the most disseminated and efective preventive measures for Dental caries, it could be found the use of fluoride in its various ways of utilization. Objective: To explore the relationship between caries prevalence of preschoolers and 6 years old school children in Chile and Spain using fluor as preventive measure. Methodology: This multiple-groups exploratory ecological study defined as its sample several surveys and researchs on caries prevalence in 6 years old preschool and school children of Chile and Spain. Also, it considered ordenances and/or normatives of administration, optimal fluor dosis for human in take and buccodental health politics for the groups of this research. Data recollection was made through bibliographic search from primary and official sources available both in Chile and Spain. Result analysis was realized through comparison of data tables, graphs and mathematical reasons. Results: Administration methods offer and optimal doses are similar in both countries. Fluoride use normatives in Chile are national; in Spain are borne by each autonomous community. Health Bucal Programs for preschool and school children differ between both nations. Chile presents caries prevalence of 17,52%, 50,46%, and 70,40% at 2, 4 and 6 years old respectively. ; and ceod of 0,46, 2,25 and 3,7 for the same ages with a COPD of 0,5 at the age of 6. Spain presents caries prevalence of 17,4%, 26,2%, and 55 36,3% at 3, 4 and 6 years old respectively; and ceod of 0,52, 0,76 and 0,76 for the same ages with a COPD of 0,04 at the age of 6. The proportion between caries prevalence and fluored drinkable water coverage had values of 0,7:1 and 1:1 for 4 and 6 years old children in Chile; in Spain, it had values of 3:1 and 3:1 for the same ages. Conclusions: There is an inverse relationship between fluoride exposure and caries prevention in preschoolers and 6 years old school children in Chile compares to Spain. lt is not possible to sustain that the preventive efforts of the Chilean Government are deficient in comparison to the measures taken by Spain due the limitations of the present study. [1]
      Christiansen Sánchez, Ximena [1]
      Cifuentes C., Camila [1]