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Prevalence of Dental Caries, Oral Hygiene Status, and Associated Risk Factors Among Schoolgoing Children of Rajshahi District in Bangladesh

Introduction: Dental caries is one of the most common and chronic oral disorders, particularly in childhood, and is strongly associated with multifactorial causation. Object: The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of dental caries, oral hygiene status, and related risk factors among school-going students of Rajshahi District, Bangladesh's district. Statistics were found by applying relevant statistical techniques at an appropriate probability level. Dental caries were found among 8-u201310-year-old school children, according to the study findings. About 60% of the respondents brushed their teeth twice a day, and a large number brushed their teeth before breakfast. The relationship between oral hygiene status of the respondents was found to be statistically significant with tooth cleaning, tooth brushing, family history of dental problems, and the common food preheat.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3329/taj.v35i1.61167


Dental caries prevalence status in Saudi Arabia and neighboring eastern countries in the last decade – a review

According to the studies, dental caries is also adversely impacting children in Arab countries' oral health. The report revealed an overall prevalence rate of 65. 4 percent in a total of 15319 children with mean dmft scores of 3. 81 u00b1 2. 97. The mean dental caries prevalence for the last decade was found to have decreased compared to the previous two decades, but there is no variation in the prevalence rate.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1780823/v1


Oral health habits, prevalence of dental caries and dental erosion in adolescents

ABSTRACT GOAL To determine oral hygiene habits, as well as the occurrence of dental caries and erosion in adolescents of Campina Grande, Paragua, Brazil. Results All subjects reported using toothbrush and toothpaste, with 56. 7 percent reporting dental flossing, and a connection was found between sex and mouthwash use. The mean DMFT was 3. 67 and 54. 7 percent, respectively, with lower DMFT lower than or equal to 3. 7% in dental caries. For dental erosion, 18. 4% of the sample had erosive lesions, mainly enamel lesions. Conclusion The use of dental floss was low, and adolescents had unsatisfactory score, according to the study.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/1981-863720170002000033077


Prevalence and determinants of dental caries experience among adolescents in Kazakhstan: a cross-sectional study

paraphrasedoutput:Methods The aim of this research was to find out the prevalence, frequency, and severity of dental caries among school-aged children in Kazakhstan's four regions. We investigated 2149 schoolchildren aged 11–2013 years. Conclusions: The high incidence of dental caries and high disparities in caries indices between Kazakhstan's regions may have been attributed to rapid urbanization in the Central Asian region and subsequent diet transition. Parents' education and material deprivation may be two of the oral health among adolescents in Kazakhstan.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-25373/v1


Untreated dental caries prevalence and impact on the quality of life among 11 to14-year-old Egyptian schoolchildren: A cross-sectional study

Abstract Background: This report seeks to determine caries prevalence and experience among 11 to 14 years old school children, as well as socioeconomic, personal, and specialist dental care in connection with untreated carious lesions, as well as assess the effects of decayed teeth on early adolescents' well-being, which is a part of oral health in general terms. Participants were notified of their caries experience and untreated cavities using DMFT and DT indices, according to Caries' status. The average DMFT and DT scores in this study were 2. 97. 29 and 1. 66. 24 respectively, according to the study's average. According to a Poisson regression report, early adolescents with a lower education level and low socioeconomic status had higher DT scores than their peers. According to a statistically significant lower CPQ 11-14 average score pu02c20. 01 and pu02c20. 0001 respectively, children with DMFTu22643 or DT=0 reported a statistically significant lower CPQ 11-14 average score p=u02c20. 01 and p=u02c20. 0001 respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.18719/v4


Untreated dental caries prevalence and impact on the quality of life among 11 to 14-year-old Egyptian schoolchildren: A cross-sectional study

Abstract Background This paper is designed to investigate caries prevalence and experience among 11 to 14 years, school children, epidemiological, socioeconomic, personal, and surgical dental care in connection with untreated carious lesions, and assesses the effects of decayed teeth on early adolescents'u2019 oral health-related quality of life in relation to early adolescents. The participants were identified as having affected caries and untreated cavities using DMFT and DT indices, according to Caries' status, who were monitored via video recording their caries experience and untreated cavities. Study's Results The average scores of DMFT and DT in this study were 2. 97, 11. 29, and 1. 66. 24, respectively. Compared to their peers, early adolescents who had a lower education level and low socioeconomic status had higher DT scores. According to a statistically poorer CPQ 11-14 average score, p/u02c20. 01 and p/u02c20. 0001 respectively, children with DMFT u22643 or DT=0 reported a statistically significant lower CPQ 11-14 average score, pu02c20. 01 and pu02c20. 0001. 01 respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.18719/v3


Untreated dental caries prevalence and impact on the quality of life among 11 to14-year-old Egyptian schoolchildren: A cross-sectional study

Abstract Background This report seeks to investigate caries prevalence and incidence among 11-14 years, school children, epidemiological, socioeconomic, personal, and surgical dental care in connection with untreated carious lesions, and examines the effect of decayed teeth on early adolescents' u2019 oral health-related quality of life. Participants were identified by recording their caries experience and untreated cavities using DMFT and DT indices, according to Caries' status. To determine the effect of independent variables on DT scores, a multivariate level Poisson regression analysis using a hierarchical framework was used. Early adolescents with lower education and low socioeconomic status had higher DT scores when compared to their peers, according to a Poisson regression study. According to a statistically significant lower CPQ11-14 average score, children with DMFT u22643 3 or DT =0 had a statistically significant lower CPQ11-14 average score, p u02c2 0. 0001 respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.18719/v2


Untreated dental caries prevalence and impact on the quality of life among11 to14-year-old Egyptian schoolchildren: A cross-sectional study

Abstract Background: This report sought to investigate caries prevalence and experience among 11-14 years schoolchildren, examine socioeconomic, personal, and specialist dental care in relation to untreated carious lesions, and determines the effect of decayed teeth on early adolescents'u2019 oral health-related quality of life. Participants were identified as Caries recipients with their caries experience and untreated cavities using DMFT and DT indices, showing their caries experience and untreated cavities. To determine the effect of independent variables on DT scores, a multilevel Poisson regression analysis using a hierarchical framework was used. Result:'s average DMFT and DT scores in this research were 2. 97u00b11. 29 and 1. 66u00b11. 24, respectively. According to the Poisson regression report, school children with untreated carious lesions have lower OHRQoL than their peers without caries. Each child with DMFT (UA2C2 0. 05%) and p 0. 0001 0. 1 respectively had a statistically significant lower CPQ11-14 average scores. p n02c2 0. 0001 and g011c2 0. 0001 respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.18719/v1


Prevalence of dental caries in decidous teeth and oral health related quality of life among preschool children aged 4-6 years in Kisarawe, Tanzania.

The consequences of poor oral hygiene in preschoolers go beyond dental hygiene, with oral health and overall wellbeing being linked to improved systemic stability as well as one's quality of life. Teeth were less likely to have decayed teeth [Adjusted OR=0. 21, ]. In this sample of preschool children, the overall effects of dental caries prevalence in OHRQoL were low. u2019 and u2018do your teeth hurt you now,u2019 and u2018do children playing caries were found more likely to have a decayed tooth among preschool children in Kisarawe, Tanzania, who were more likely to have a decayed tooth than ever.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.16486/v4


Prevalence of dental caries in decidous teeth and oral health related quality of life among preschool children aged 4-6 years in Kisarawe, Tanzania.

Poor oral health in preschoolers goes beyond dental health, with oral health-related quality of life being correlated with overall systemic health and one's quality of life. In a sample of preschool children in Kisarawe, the aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of dental caries and its effects on the OHRQoL. Preschool children with visible plaque on the buccal surface of upper anterior teeth's buccal surface were less likely to have decayed teeth [Adjusted OR=0. 21, ]. In this group of preschool children, the overall effects of dental caries prevalence to OHRQoL were minimal. In Kisarawe, Tanzania, children with cars were more likely to have a decayed tooth. u2019 and u2018do your teeth hurt you now?

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.16486/v3

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