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Trends and age-period-cohort effect on dental caries prevalence from 2008 to 2019 among Brazilian pre-school children

Abstract Aim: This survey was designed to determine trends in dental caries prevalence in preschool children and their related causes, which could be influenced by time differences. In 2008, the prevalence of dental caries was 25. 0% in 2008, 16. 3% in 2013, and 19. 4% in 2019; no statistical difference was observed. Older children were more likely to experience dental caries, according to an age effect. No matter the time period, household wealth, the use of dental services, and parental expectations of child oral health were all related with dental caries experience. Conclusion: Despite recent decreases in dental caries prevalence among preschoolers, caries prevalence among preschoolers increased with age and social injustice, persistent throughout the years, indicating a need to rethink the policies to minimize the burden of this oral disease. Our results show that the common risk factors still remain the most accurate predictor of dental caries trends.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2469208/v1


Analysis of the prevalence, intensity and features of the clinical course of caries in early childhood and preschool children based on the data of preventive medical examinations

To improve the detection of dental morbidity, we sought to determine the prevalence, presence, and characteristics of the clinical course of caries in children aged 1 to 5 years old. The epidemiological study was conducted to determine the dental morbidity in children of early childhood and preschool age. Using preventive medical examinations of minors, it was possible to determine the prevalence, frequency, and characteristics of caries in the period of early childhood and preschool age among Moscow's children's population.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36377/1683-2981-2021-19-3-153-159


Early childhood caries prevalence and oral hygiene behavior of children under 2 y.o (9 months observation)

Oral hygiene of children under the age of 2 years is incredibly dependent on their parents, especially mothers and caregivers. For the first time, 60 caries-free children under the age of two were observed for nine months. All participants were tested for their oral hygiene habits without prior dental care. With a deft average score of 2+2. Nine months later, from 60 caries-free children, 19 study participants, and 19 research subjects were introduced to ECC with a deft average score of 2+2. In this research, oral hygiene practices related to ECC prevalence.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.24815/jds.v5i2.20014


Prevalence of Dental Caries among 10-17 Years Old Children of a Selected School of Narayanganj, Dhaka

Around 80% of children attend lower secondary school, so ensuring they have preventive oral health care in school will help them stay healthy and alert to learning about oral disease. The aim of the study was to determine the prevalence of dental caries among 10--17 years old students of a selective school in Narayanganj. By the year 2015, the Global Goals for Oral Health in the year 2000 suggested that the SiC index among the 12-year-olds be reduced to less than 3% DMFT globally. We also found that mandibular caries incidences were up 66. 5 percent than maxillary caries' rate of 32. 3 percent. In the case of boys, the maxillary caries rate is 45. 94% higher than girls 28. 12%. Conclusion: In rural areas of Bangladesh, dental caries incidences are lower than that of urban populations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36347/sjds.2023.v10i01.002


Prevalence and care index of early childhood caries in mainland China: evidence from epidemiological surveys during 1987–2013

Abstract Background Early childhood caries is the most common chronic disease in young children. According to respectively, the pooled ECC prevalence for children under the age of 1 to 36 years was 0. 3%, 17. 3%, 41. 6 percent, 56. 7 percent, and 70%. There was no significant difference in boys and girls' prevalence, and the care index was also similar. In rural areas, slightly higher ECC prevalence was observed than in urban areas compared to urban ones; however, a much higher care index was recorded in urban children than in rural ones. The 2006-2013 map of ECC prevalence among 5-year-olds in China showed wide geographic variations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/srep18897


Prevalence, correlates and treatment needs of dental caries in patients attending a diabetic clinic in rural southwestern Uganda: a cross-sectional study

Methods: This was a cross-sectional research that used questionnaires to gather data on socio-demographic trends, diabetes prevalence, oral health, dental hygiene, diet advice, lifestyle advice, and dental examination guided by the updated World Health Organization oral health questionnaire for adults. Conclusion : We found a high prevalence of dental caries infection, a significant healthcare demand, and a high DMFT among our participants. We recommend that oral health care be integrated into routine diabetic services in rural sub Saharan Africa.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2409903/v1


Sociodemographic relationship with the prevalence of caries using ICDAS in children aged 12-16 years

In Bantaeng regency, there were 233 boys and 298 girls, according to a survey conducted. Except in the father's and mother's education classes, there was no significant re-lationship between sociodemographic and dental caries prevalence in children aged 12-16 years in Bantaeng Regency.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.35856/mdj.v11i3.646


A systematic review of the caries prevalence among children living in Chernobyl fallout countries

Abstract The present study reviewed the evidence concerning the caries prevalence in children born and permanently living in Chernobyl fallout areas. Comparing to non-contaminated sites of impacted East European countries, setting forth to determine if there are variations in the caries prevalence can be found. The primary and permanent dentitions were limited to DMFT/dmft for the primary and the permanent dentitions. Although individual reports showed a greater prevalence of dental caries in children living in radiation-contaminated areas, no conclusive statement is made about the effects of small dose radiation on the dentition.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-39755-5

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