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Background-Secondary caries develop perpendicular to the tooth surface and can be considered a primary lesion developing next to a restoration, and the wall lesions.Dental caries is the localised destruction of susceptible dental hard tissues by acidic byproducts from the bacterial fermentation of dietary carbohydrates. Aim-To assess the secondary caries prevalence and its approach in children . Results- The results prove that composite restoration has more prevalence of secondary caries whichdoi:10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.347 fatcat:3x4jeym2vvd5xmqok3d6htksgi