2 edition of Report on the incidence of dental caries in school children found in the catalog.
Report on the incidence of dental caries in school children
Ireland. Dept. of Health.
by Stationery Off. ; sold by Government Publications Sales Off in Dublin
Written in English
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Promoting Oral Health in Africa Published in by WHO Regional Office for Africa. This manual aims at the prevention of oral diseases and promotion of good oral health. It emphasizes the fact that improving oral health is an integral part of the essential package of interventions against noncommunicable diseases at the primary health care level. Tooth decay, also known as dental caries or cavities, is a breakdown of teeth due to acids made by bacteria. The cavities may be a number of different colors from yellow to black. Symptoms may include pain and difficulty with eating. Complications may include inflammation of the tissue around the tooth, tooth loss, and infection or abscess formation.. The cause of cavities is acid from Pronunciation: Caries /ˈkɛəriːz/.
The Surgeon General's Report on Oral Health included a limited discussion of the condition known as early childhood caries. Because of its high prevalence, its impact on young children's quality of life and potential for increasing their risk of caries in the permanent dentition, early childhood caries is arguably one of the most serious and costly health conditions among young children.A Cited by: India oral care market will witness robust growth during the forecast period owing to increasing incidence of dental caries, presence of large population base and growing elderly population. Growing awareness about hygiene owing to various government and non-government initiatives will fuel industry growth.
Page 26— Dental Caries. Dental caries is the localized demineralization of the tooth surface caused by organic acid metabolites of oral microorganisms such as Streptococcus disease leads to a chronic, progressive destruction of the teeth. Oral diseases are among the most prevalent diseases globally and have serious health and economic burdens, greatly reducing quality of life for those affected. The most prevalent and consequential oral diseases globally are dental caries (tooth decay), periodontal disease, tooth loss, and cancers of the lips and oral cavity. In this first of two papers in a Series on oral health, we describe Cited by:
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The author, who is Dental Health Officer to the Union of South Africa, devoted a great part of the years to a survey of the incidence of dental caries in the Union.
According to the census, the European school-children numbered nearly, of whom the author examined ab Approximately 85 per cent, of the children showed evidence of dental caries, the highest Cited by: 3. Prevalence and Burden of Disease.
Dental caries is the most common chronic disease of children in the United States and is increasing in prevalence among young children. 7, 8 The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that the prevalence of caries in primary teeth in 2- to 5-year-olds increased from approximately 24 to 28 percent between the periods to and.
Dental caries has a significant impact on the general health and development of children. Understanding caries epidemiology is an essential task for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) policymakers to.
A review of the incidence and prevalence of dental caries by age is of interest. Thirty-three percent of elementary school children aged 6 to 11 have two or more decayed teeth /. Within this age group an average of primary teeth have been attacked by caries. In. Cavities (also known as caries or tooth decay) are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the United States.
Untreated cavities can cause pain and infections that may lead to problems with eating, speaking, playing, and learning. Children who have poor oral health often miss more school and receive lower grades than children.
The present study was carried out among school children of Kathmandu valley to determine the prevalence of dental caries in two age groups. Methods: The study was conducted from December to.
• No marked urban and rural difference but urban residents appear to have marginally high caries experience. 5/26/ Epidemiology of dental caries Root caries • 35 to 44 years - % • 65 to 74 years - % • Prevalence was high in rural areas. 5/26/ Epidemiology of. Dental caries (tooth decay) remains the most prevalent chronic disease in both children and adults, even though it is largely preventable.
Although caries has significantly decreased for most Americans over the past four decades, disparities remain among some population groups. Dental Caries Treatment Market size is expected to grow significantly from to Dental caries also known as tooth decay or cavities, is a major oral health problem in most developed countries, affecting around 60–90% of school children and the vast majority of adults.
Dental Disease Prevention: The Physician’s Role in Child Oral Health 1 Chapter 1. Introduction Issues of oral health in children revolve almost exclusively around dental caries. In the United States, dental caries is the most common chronic childhood disease,1 and its treatment isFile Size: KB.
Abstract: Data are given on the age specific prevalence of dental caries dental caries Subject Category: Diseases, Disorders, and Symptoms see more details in schoolchildren collected by the United States Public Health public health Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details Service in recent by: Dental Caries: A Review Dental caries, a chronic disease is unique among human and is one of the most common important global oral health problems in the world today.
It is the destruction of dental hard acellular tissue by acidic by-products from the bacterial fermentation of Cited by: 8. The present cohort study examined how lifestyle, household environment, and caries activity test score of Japanese children at age years affected their dental caries incidence at age 3.
Inclusion criteria were year-old children with no dental caries. Dental examinations were performed children who participated in routine dental examinations at years of age, and the exam Cited by: Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / A review of the incidence and prevalence of dental caries by age is of interest. Thirty-three percent of elementary school children aged 6 to 11 have two or more decayed teeth /.
A Swedish study did monitor caries reduction /. School- children in an experimental. A clinical study was designed to evaluate the effect of frequent interdental flossing on the incidence of proximal dental caries.
School children from a fluoride-deficient area were studied after clinical and radiographic by: The World Oral Health Report region.
The significant role of socio-behavioural and environmental factors in oral disease and health is demonstrated in a large number of epidemiological surveys. Dental caries is still a major oral health problem in most industrialized countries, affecting % of schoolchildren and the vast majority of.
both the prevention and treatment of dental caries in children and adolescents in Ireland. The focus of the recommendations is early identification of high caries risk children in order to initiate early preventive measures.
This represents a reorientation of dental services from its present target group of school-aged. The prevalence and incidence of dental caries in a population is influenced by a number of risk factor such as sex, age, socioeconomic status, dietary patterns and oral hygiene habits.
Thus the present study was designed to assess the prevalence of dental caries. The State of Rural Oral Health A disparity in prevalence of dental caries exists across socioeconomic and geographic subgroups in the population. Low-income children have two times greater prevalence of dental caries when compared to other children.
In addition, low-income children have a significantly greater amount of untreated decay than. If the caries incidence in the control group is 35 %, the observed value in a previous study in a deprived population, a sample size of 19 schools per group allows detection of a reduction in caries to 25 % incidence in the test groups, with 80 % power, overall α = (adjusted for multiple comparisons), and ICC = For caries incidence Cited by: 5.
Table 5 shows incidence density rate for caries affected teeth and children. The number of caries-affected person and teeth were andrespectively. The incidence of caries, affected persons (ID p) observed from baseline and after 5 years was persons/ person-year of rate of new caries-affected tooth (ID t) in the period from baseline and after 5 years Cited by: The incidence of dental caries according to (Folayan, Sofola and Oginni ) in Lagos state was reported as %; with the risk of developing new lesions being higher in those already having caries.
No gender predilection has been reported pertaining to the prevalence of dental caries in Nigeria (Paediatric Dentistry Working Group ).
A clinical study was designed to evaluate the effect of frequent interdental flossing on the incidence of proximal dental caries.
School children from a fluoride-deficient area were studied after clinical and radiographic examinations. Each child had at least one contralateral pair of intact, contacting proximal tooth surfaces between the distal surface of the primary cuspid and the mesial Cited by: