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Reflections on Assumptions for a Simulation Model of Dental Caries Prevention Planning in a Primary School

In a sample primary school in one of the cities in South-West Poland, the aim of this paper is to explore particular critical modeling issues, which we encountered, while still developing a specific event simulation model to aid decision making in caries prevention planning. We present our findings on the conditions that underpin the discrete event simulation model's assumptions. The constructed model may stand as a basis for further study and, as a result, may be a tool to assist teachers in planning tooth decay prevention in primary schools in Poland.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7148/2022-0045


Sugars and caries prevention

Dental caries remains the single most common dental disorder treated by the dental profession on a daily basis. Dental caries arises as a result of denineralization of enamel and dentine structure by organic acids created by oral bacteria present in dental plaque through anaerobic metabolism of dietary sugars. The caries process is influenced by the susceptibility of the tooth surface, the bacterial profile, the number and quality of saliva, as well as the presence of fluoride, which promotes remineralization and inhibits denineralization. The majority of carious lesions are limited to the molar teeth' occlusal surfaces. Smooth surfaces may also be affected by caries at higher DMF/dmf ratios. Where the sugar molecules are present within the food or drink case determines where the sugar molecules are located.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780199679379.003.0017


Diagnosis and prevention of dental caries

Almost all analysis on the path of dental caries supports the chemoparasitic theory suggested by W. D. Micro-organisms in plaque Fermentation of carbohydrate to organic acids by micro-organisms in plaque on the tooth surface. Acid production, which lowers the pH at the enamel surface below the level at which enamel will dissolves, lowers the pH at the enamel surface below the threshold at which enamel will dissolve. The pH within plaque will rise as a result of outward diffusion of acids and their metabolism, as well as neutralization in plaque, so remineralization of enamel can occur; 4. The former only progresses as the balance between demineralization and remineralization favors the former. The subsurface lesion of an initial carious lesion of the enamel is one of the enamel's most notable characteristics, i. e. , subsurface. After a clean tooth surface has been exposed to acid, where the surface is etched and there is no subsurface lesion, it contrasts strongly with enamel's histological appearance. This dissolution of the surface of enamel, or etching, is a sign of enamel erosion caused, among other things, by dietary acids. The reason for the intact surface layer of enamel caries in enamel caries seems to be in diffusion dynamics: the layer of dental plaque on the tooth surface acts as a partial barrier to diffusion. Dental plaque builds on uncleaned tooth surfaces, and is easily noticeable if toothbrushing is stopped for 2u20133 days. When plaque plaques are young cocci predominate, the proportions of filamentous organisms and veillonellae rise as plaque age increases.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198789277.003.0015


Parental knowledge on prevention of caries in children and the efficacy of a leaflet intervention.

Abstract Background: Caries prevention begins with parental education on child oral health. The aim of the report is to determine the effectiveness of leaflets in raising parental confidence on the prevention of caries in children. Around 12% of parents were aware of the child's first dental visit and the correct age to begin toothbrushing; 20% knew that sugar-containing snacks should be consumed at once; and less than half believed that regular dental visits avoid caries; around 12% of parents were aware of the age of the child at the first dental visit and the correct age to start toothbrushing; and around 22% believed that regular dental visits prevent caries. Caries prevention in children was a statistically significant rise in virtually every variable evaluating parentalu2019 information on caries prevention in children after reading the leaflet. Conclusions The majority of parents have no information on caries prevention in children in this sample group of parents.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1317416/v1


Study protocol for a randomized clinical trial to evaluate the effect of the use of Xylitol gum in the prevention of caries lesions in children living in Ladakh – the Caries Prevention Xylitol in Children (CaPreXCh) trial

The aim of the present study will be to determine the prevalence of primary and permanent molars of schoolchildren living in Ladakh and to implement a school-based Xylitol scheme called the Caries Prevention Xylitol in Children, which uses chewing gums. Participants will be randomly divided into two groups: those who will get a chewing gum without Xylitol as the sole sweetener and those who will get a sugared chewing gum containing Maltitol will be randomly divided into two groups: subjects who will be randomly divided into two groups: those who will receive Xylitol will be divided into two groups; others who will get a chewing gum without Maltitol will be divided into two groups; and those who will be divided into two groups; those who will be divided into two groups; participants will be divided into Xylitol as only sweetener will be divided into Xyl will receive Xyl containing Maltitol will be divided into two groups; and those who will be divided into two groups; and will be divided into two groups; Xylitol will be divided into two groups: This trial will be the first trial in India to determine the effect of chewing gum containing only Xylitol as a sweetener for caries prevention in children.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-596419/v1


Internet of Dental Things (IoDT), Intraoral Wireless Sensors, and Teledentistry: A Novel Model for Prevention of Dental Caries

Dental caries is a multifactorial, transmissible oral disease that causes tooth loss and tooth structure. The Internet of Dental Things is an advanced cloud-based digital technology that could be used in this region. This paper introduces a new revolutionary model based on Internet of Dental Things, intraoral wireless sensors, and tele dentistry, which can help prevent and detect dental caries in its infancy stages.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-487495/v1


Farnesal-loaded pH-sensitive polymeric micelles provided effective prevention and treatment on dental caries

We set out to produce novel polymeric micelles with a sort of derivative of farnesol and a ligand of pyrophosphate that facilitated PMs to stick closely with the tooth enamel. PPi-Far-PMs could bind hydroxyapatite and rapidly release Far under the acidic conditions, according to an in vitro study on hydroxyapatite. PPi-Far-PMs could be able to reconstruct tooth microarchitecture with caries, according to both mechanical testing and the micro-computed tomography. In addition, PPi-Far-PMs reduced the incidence and severity of smooth and sulcular surface caries in rats that were infected with Streptococcus mutans while being fed on a high-sucrose diet. PPi-Far-PMs' effective binding of free Far with tooth enamel via PPi can be greatly enhanced by PPi-Far-PMs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.24271/v2


Farnesal-loaded pH-sensitive polymeric micelles provided effective prevention and treatment on dental caries

PPi-Far-PMs could bind rapidly to hydroxyapatite and quickly release Far under acidic conditions, according to an in vitro study of phosphate-Far-PMs binding to hydroxyapatite. Moreover, PPi-Far-PMs reduced the incidence and severity of smooth and sulcal surface caries in rats that were infected with Streptococcus mutans while being fed on a high-sucrose diet, as well as a high-sucrose diet. Conclusions: This innovative drug-delivery system could be particularly useful for the treatment and prevention of dental caries as well as the targeting of anti-bacterial drugs in the oral disease. PPi-Far-PMs is a television-based research that may be helpful in the treatment and prevention of dental caries as well as the targeting therapy of anti-bacterial drugs in the oral disease.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.24271/v1


Comparison of two caries prevention programs among Thai kindergarten: a randomized controlled trial

The aim of this survey, therefore, was to compare two preventive services carried out in a Public School kindergartener. Methods: The results from clinical studies were used to determine the caries risk among 121 children. Dental caries development is a risk factor for children with at least two carious lesions. The 89 children who completed the 24-month examination were 3- to 5-year-old, with 19, 35, and 35 children in the LRB, HRB, and HRI groups, respectively, from the LRB, HRB, and HRI groups. The new caries' growth at 24 months of the HRB group was much faster than that of the HRI group and the LRB group. At the end of our investigation, no significant differences in caries increase between the HRB and HRI groups were found in a one-way analysis of variance. Conclusions: The negligible change in the caries increase between the HRI and HRB groups shows that increased prevention brought no additional benefit.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.21506/v2


Comparison of two caries prevention programs among Thai kindergarten: a randomized controlled trial

The aim of this report, therefore, was to compare two preventive services implemented in a Public School for kindergarten children. Methods: The results from clinical investigation was used to determine the caries risk for 121 children. Dental caries development is considered a high risk in dental caries growth in children with at least two carious lesions. The new caries growth in 24 months of the HRB group was faster than that of the HRI group and the LRB group. At the end of our investigation, a one-way analysis of variance found no significant difference in caries increase among the HRB and HRI groups in the HRB and HRI groups. Offering basic education to all children may have had virtually the same preventive effect with less effort and lower cost.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.21506/v1

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