Dental Caries


... and from specialized units at the Faculties of Dental Medicine (FDM) (59.5%) – Fig. 9. This shows Bulgarian dental medicine students’ hunger for more sources of up-to-date scientific information. CONCLUSION The role that research projects play in medical universities and in particular in the faculties of dental medicine in Bulgaria is of key importance ... particular in the faculties of dental medicine in Bulgaria is of key importance for their accreditation. The scientific cooperation between lecturers and students is a prerequisite for developing a competitive environment that defines the future scientific achievements in the relevant research institution. Key words: dental medicine, research projects, questionnaire, ... 1):120-30. [PubMed] [CrossRef] 2. Franzen C, Brown G. Undergraduate degree projects in the Swedish dental schools: a documentary analysis. Eur J Dent Educ. 2013 May; 17(2):122–126. [PubMed] [CrossRef] 3. Guven Y, Uysal O. The importance of student research projects in dental education. Eur J Dent Educ. 2011 May;15(2):90–97. [PubMed] Academic ranks, Others (please accountants,
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Is there an association between traumatic dental injury and social capital, binge drinking and socioeconomic indicators among schoolchildren?

... Glendor U (2009) Aetiology and risk factors related to traumatic dental injurie- a review of the literatura. Dental Traumatol. 25: 19–31. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-9657.2008.00694.x PMID: 19208007 3. Piovesan C, Mendes FM, Antunes JLF, Ardenghi TM (2011) Inequalities in the distribution of dental caries among 12-year-old Brazilian schoolchildren. Braz Oral Res. ... Traumatic Dental Injury and Social Capital 46. Soriano EP, Caldas AF Jr, Carvalho MVD, Amorim HA Filho (2007) Prevalence and risk factors related to traumatic dental injuries in Brazilian schoolchildren. Dental Traumatol. 23: 232–240. PMID: 17635357 47. Oliveira PM, Jorge KO, Paiva PC, Ferreira EF, Ramos-Jorge ML, et al. (2013) The prevalence of dental ... Jordanian children. Dental Traumatol. 21: 26–28. 54. David J, Astrom AN, Wang NJ (2009) Factors associated with traumatic dental injuries among 12-yearold schoolchildren in South India. Dental Traumatol. 25: 500–505. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-9657.2009. 00807.x PMID: 19614932 55. Duá R, Sharma S (2012) Prevalence, causes, and correlates of traumatic dental injuries
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Bacterial viability and physical properties of antibacterially modified experimental dental resin composites.

... and resin composite. Caries Res 31: 379-383. doi:10.1159/000262422. PubMed: 9286522. 8. Wiegand A, Buchalla W, Attin T (2007) Review on fluoride-releasing restorative materials--fluoride release and uptake characteristics, antibacterial activity and influence on caries formation. Dent Mater 23: 343-362. doi:10.1016/j .dental. 2006.01.022. ... G, Bürgers R (2009) Surface characterization of dental ceramics and initial streptococcal adhesion in vitro. Dent Mater 25: 969-975. doi:10.1016/j .dental. 2009.02.003. PubMed: 19278720. 24. Hahnel S, Rosentritt M, Bürgers R, Handel G (2008) Surface properties and in vitro Streptococcus mutans adhesion to dental resin polymers. J Mater Sci Mater Med 19: ... ion- releasing composite resin on plaque acidogenicity. Caries Res 39: 201-206. doi:10.1159/000084799. PubMed: 15914982. 4. Rüttermann S, Trellenkamp T, Bergmann N, Raab WH, Ritter H et al. (2011) A new approach to influence contact angle and surface free energy of resin-based dental restorative materials. Acta Biomater 7: 1160-1165.
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Improving mechanical properties of flowable dental composite resin by adding silica nanoparticles

... Serbia Abstract Apstrakt Background/Aim. The main drawback of flowable dental composite resin is low strength compared to conventional composite resin, due to a low amount of filler, neccessary for achieving low viscosity and ease of handling. The aim of this study was to improve mechanical properties of flowable dental composite resin by adding small amount of nanoparticles, ... antibacterial properties. J Dent 2011; 39(9): 589–98. 13. Xia Y, Zhang F, Xie H, Gu N. Nanoparticle-reinforced resinbased dental composites. J Dent 2008; 36(6): 450–55. 14. Karabela MM, Sideridou ID. Synthesis and study of properties of dental resin composites with different nanosilica particles size. Dent Mater 2011; 27(8): 825–35. 15. Ivoclar Vivadent ... properties of flowable dental composite resin by adding small amount of nanoparticles, which would not compromise handling properties. Methods. A commercially available flowable dental composite resin material was mixed with 7 nm aftertreated hydrophobic fumed silica and cured by an UV lamp. Four sets of samples were made: control sample (unmodified),
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Necessidade de tratamento ortodôntico: validação do DAI (Índice de estética dental) e do ICON (Índice de complexidade, resultado e necessidade) para a região de Belo Horizonte

... VALIDAÇÃO DO DAI (ÍNDICE DE ESTÉTICA DENTAL) E DO ICON (ÍNDICE DE COMPLEXIDADE, RESULTADO E NECESSIDADE) PARA A REGIÃO DE BELO HORIZONTE BELO HORIZONTE Faculdade de Odontologia UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE MINAS GERAIS 2007 RODRIGO NORREMOSE COSTA NECESSIDADE DE TRATAMENTO ORTODÔNTICO: VALIDAÇÃO DO DAI (ÍNDICE DE ESTÉTICA DENTAL) E DO ICON (ÍNDICE DE COMPLEXIDADE, ... reprodutibilidade dos testes, validade dos testes. ABSTRACT Orthodontic treatment need: validation of the DAI (dental aesthetic index) and the ICON (index of complexity, outcome and need) for the area of Belo Horizonte, Brazil Occlusal indices, such as the Dental Aesthetic Index (DAI) and the Index of Complexity, Outcome and Need (ICON) are used to determine ... ABREVIATURAS E SIGLAS CV DAI E EUA FO-UFMG ICC ICON IOTN LILACS MEDLINE NCHS OMS PAR ROC RV S SCAN SciELO UFMG VPN VPP WHO - Coeficiente de variação - Índice de estética dental (dental aesthetic index) - Especificidade - Estados Unidos da América - Faculdade de Odontologia da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - Coeficiente de correlação intraclasse
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Parâmetros clínicos periodontais e variáveis preditoras de risco para perda dental, progressão e recorrência de periodontite:: um estudo follow-up de 78 meses em terapia periodontal de suporte em instituição pública

... Academia Americana de Periodontia (2000): - Revisão e atualização da história médica e dental - Exame clínico (a ser comparado com medições básicas prévias): 1. Exame extra-oral e registro dos resultados. 2. Exame dental e registro dos resultados: a. Mobilidade dental/ frêmito; b. Avaliação de cáries; c. Restaurações, próteses; d. Outros problemas ... Recorrência de Periodontite e Perda Dental nos Grupos CR e CI em TPSF............................................................... 87 Tabela 4 – Recorrência e Progressão de Periodontite em Relação às Variáveis de Interesse....................................................................................... 88 Tabela 5 - Perda Dental em Relação às Variáveis ... Interesse........................ 89 Tabela 6- Perda Dental no Global, em Molares e Não Molares Associada à Recorrência e Progressão de Periodontite em RC e CI em TPSF.................... 90 Tabela 7 - Modelos Multivariados Finais de Regressão Logística para a Progressão, Recorrência de Periodontite e Perda Dental. ................................ 91 LISTA
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Polpa dental: constituintes e respostas frente a agentes agressores

... .2003. YU, C.; ABBOT, P.V. An overview of the dental pulp: its functions and responses to injury. Australian Dental Journal Endodontic, v.52, n.1, p.4-16, 2007. ZACHRISSON, B.U.; SKOGEDAL, O. Mast cells in inflamaded human dental pulp. Scan J Dent Res, v.79, n.7, p.488-92, 1971. ZACHRISSON, B.U. Mast cells in human dental pulp. Archives of oral Biology, ... The purpose of this study was to review the literature on constituents of dental pulp and physiology to better understand the responses of pulp compared to the aggressive agents. Key words: dental pulp, pulp inflammation, mast cells, pulpitis.   1 INTRODUÇÃO 10  A polpa dental é um tecido conjuntivo frouxo circundado por estruturas mineralizadas ... ectomesenquimáticas da polpa dental (DPSC), células ectomesenquimáticas de dentes decíduos exfoliados (SHED), células ectomesenquimáticas da papila apical (SCAP), células ectomesenquimáticas do ligamento periodontal (PDLSC), e células progenitoras do folículo dental (DFPC). As DPSC representam menos que 1% da população de células presentes na polpa dental. Acreditase
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As práticas preventivas no controle da cárie dental: uma síntese de pesquisas.

... palavras-chave: dental, cárie, flúor, programa, avaliação, prevenção, escola e efetividade, combinados da seguinte forma: (1) Dental e cárie e flúor (dental and caries and fluoride); (2) Dental e cárie e programa (dental and caries and program); (3) Programa e cárie e avaliação (program and caries and evaluation); (4) Dental e cárie e efetividade (dental and caries ... efficacy of NaF and SMFP dentifrices in caries prevention: A metaanalytic overview. Caries Research, 27:328-336. KALSBEEK, H., 1992. Use of fluoride tablets and effect on prevalende of dental caries and dental fluorosis. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 20:241-245. KAY, E. J. & LOCKER, D., 1996. Is dental health education effective? A systematic ... plaque control program on gingivitis and dental caries in schoolchildren. Journal of Dental Research, 56:142-148. BRATTHALL, D.; HANSEL-PETERSSON, G. & SUNDBERG, H., 1996. Reasons for the caries decline: Cad. Saúde Pública, Rio de Janeiro, 18(1):129-139, jan-fev, 2002 PRÁTICAS PREVENTIVAS NO CONTROLE DA CÁRIE DENTAL 139 What do the experts believe?
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Dor dental nos últimos 3 meses em adolescentes e Estratégia Saúde da Família: a comparação entre duas áreas com abordagens diferentes de atenção em saúde bucal.

... prevalence of dental pain in the last 3 months was 33.7%, and did not differ between Groups I and II (P>0.05). Medium to high intensity dental pain in the last 3 months was associated with Group II (OR: 2.11 [CI95%=1.17-3.81]), after adjustment for covariates. Adolescents living in the area where only dental treatment is offered were more prone to severe dental ... Características clínicas bucais e dor dental e intensidade de dor dental nos últimos 3 meses em adolescentes em áreas com Equipe de Saúde Bucal na Estratégia Saúde da Família (Grupo I) e sem Equipe de Saúde Bucal na Estratégia Saúde da Família (Grupo II). Grupo I Dor dental nos últimos 3 meses, n (%)** Sim Não Intensidade dor dental nos últimos 3 meses, ... 33,6%32. Em Florianópolis, a dor dental nos últimos 12 meses, em adolescentes de 12 a 13 anos, foi de 33,7%33. A percepção sobre a intensidade de dor dental não é consenso na literatura. Neste estudo, a intensidade de dor dental média ou alta nos últimos 3 meses foi de 20,7%. No último inquérito nacional, a intensidade de dor dental média ou alta nos últimos
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The association between socioeconomic development at the town level and the distribution of dental caries in Brazilian children

... of “1” (maximum inequality)). In the Federal District, that association between dental caries and the Gini coefficient explained 49% of the dental caries prevalence and 31% of the dental caries severity. Better oral health status, including a lower prevalence of dental caries, was found in more cohesive neighborhoods of Curitiba, a large city in southern ... the variables. However, the development of dental caries requires a length of time, and socioeconomic conditions do not change appreciably within a limited time span. The dental exams carried out in 1998 detected the cumulative harmful effects of dental caries produced after 1991. As a chronic cumulative disease, dental caries needs some time to demonstrate ... significantly correlated with caries indices. Our results also emphasize the beneficial effect that fluoridating water has on reducing the prevalence of dental caries and the fact that strategies for treating and preventing oral diseases should be emphasized within the context of overall health promotion for children. Key words Dental caries, dental care, socioeconomic
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Recomendaciones sobre el uso de fluoruros para prevenir y controlar la caries dental en los Estados unidos

... ACCIÓN DE LOS FLUORUROS EN LA PREVENCIÓN Y CONTROL DE LA CARIES DENTAL RIESGO DE CARIES DENTAL La caries dental es una enfermedad infecciosa. Los productos bacterianos (ácidos, por ejemplo) disuelven el esmalte, atacan la dentina subyacente y acaban alcanzando los tejidos blandos de la pulpa. La caries dental puede ocasionar alteración de la estructura ... controlar la caries dental en los Estados Unidos1 La caries dental es una enfermedad infecciosa multifactorial que afecta a la mayoría de la población mundial. Los fluoruros reducen la incidencia de caries dental y reducen o revierten la progresión de las lesiones ya existentes. Los métodos más eficaces y más utilizados en la prevención y el control de la caries ... prevención y control de la caries dental es fundamental identificar los grupos y las personas con mayor riesgo de presentar nuevas lesiones. Sin embargo, la determinación del riesgo de caries dental es difícil debido a la existencia de complejas interacciones entre múltiples factores. Las poblaciones que parecen correr mayor riesgo de caries dental son las de
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Atención dental asociada con un brote de infección por VIH en pacientes en diálisis

... • Atención dental asociada con un brote de infección por VIH en pacientes en diálisis 6. Centers for Disease Control. Possible transmission of human immunodeficiency virus to a patient during an invasive dental procedure. MMWR 1990;39:489–493. 7. Ciesielski C, Marianos D, Ou CY, et al. Transmission of human immunodeficiency virus in a dental practice ... 1993;124:59–62. 32. Lewis DL. Infection control in dental handpieces (carta). ASM News 1991;57:393. 33. Shpuntoff H, Shpuntoff RL. High-speed dental handpieces and spread of airborne infections [ver los comentarios]. N Y State Dent J 1993;59:21–23. 34. Singh B, Bagga R, Murphy RA, Punwani I. Contamination of dental unit cooling water with oral microorganisms ... 1993;124:48–56. 36. Anónimo. Sterilizing dental handpieces: results of a workshop on handpieces and other instruments in dentistry. J Am Dent Assoc 1992;123:44–47. 37. British Dental Association. Guidelines on infection control in dentistry: a practicioner’s guide. London: BDA; 1993. 38. Nash KD. How infection control procedures are affecting dental practice today. J
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Prevalence of dental caries in the United States

... Prevalence of Dental Caries in the United States A national survey of schoolchildren in the United States has shown that the prevalence of dental caries has decreased substantially in the last decade. The survey was designed and funded by the National Caries Program of the National Institute of Dental Research, part of the National ... no decayed teeth. Although the National Caries Program cannot point to a single causative factor in the decrease in prevalence of dental caries and the corresponding increase in caries- free children, it considers these to be the possible result of a combination of the techniques for the prevention of dental . caries and their wide acceptance and use ... and use by the public, dentists, and the school system. (Source.' National Dental Caries Prevalence Survey, National Caries Program, National Institute of Dental Research, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Resources, United States Government, and Dental Health Program, Non-communicable Diseases, Division of Disease Prevention
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Considerations in the formulation of national dental health plans

... country could take a more active part in policy making, in providing dental service, and in dental education. For example, in Colombia, the Dental Society of Antioquia and other dental associations started a ? ?dental corporation” one year ago; its activities include the provision of dental services through “clinicas populares” (low-cost clinics) financed ... within the dental profession (including every group bringing dental care to a population: dental surgeons, odontologists, stomatologists, and the rest), the image of dentistry in the community is sometimes rather negative, since the dental health of many dentists (and doctors as well) is suspect. It is not uncommon to observe members of dental faculties ... technicians who, with PLANS 73 minimum training, could perform such basic dental services as urgent tooth extractions and temporary halting of dental caries; provision of dental services by professional groups; and planned innovations, in which the cooperation of out-patient clinics, dental schools, and associations should be sought.
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Prevalencia de la caries dental en escolares de Buenos Aires

... y Knutson, J. W.: Studies on Dental Caries -Dental Status and DentaI Needs of Elementary School Children, Pub. Health Rep., 53:751-765, 1938. Knutson, J. W.: An Index of the Prevalence of Dental Caries in School Children, Pub. Health Rep., 59:253-263, 1944. Prevalence This article describes of Dental the training Caries given Among to students ... prevalencia de las caries dentales entre la población escolar de la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Este trabajo es parte de la tarea de averiguar la cuantía de los problemas de salud pública oral de dicha población. Se concluye que entre la población de 6 a 14 años la prevalencia de caries es baja, el Di Pa.squale et al. - LA CARIES DENTAL 427 EN ESCOLARES permanentes grave. grado ... in ascertaining the prevalence of dental caries among the school population of the City of Buenos Aires. This study is a part of the survey designed to ftnd out the extent of School Children (Summary) dental health problems among these school children. The eonclusions reached were that the prevalence of dental caries is low in the 6-14 age group,
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Estudos de tempo e movimento em operatoria dental : II. Utilizaçao da auxiliar odontologica

... (6), enumerou os diversos tipos de pcssoal auxiliar odontológico utilizados nos diversos países do mundo, a saber: a higienista dental, a enfermeira dental, o protético e a auxiliar odontológica. Rosiello . OPERATÓRIA 159 DENTAL 0 Comitê relata ainda que países com programas avancados de Odontologia Sanitária apresentaram aumento na produtividade, quando ... L. M.: The 1950 survey of the dental profession. III. The dentist’s work week, Jour. Am. Dent. ASSOC.,41:505-510, 1950. (9) McCrea, M. W.: Commentary on Dr. Burket’s paper, Jour. Dent. Educ., 23:91, 1959. Time and Motion Studies II. Use of Dental SANITARIA * ilgosto lQSL$ (10) Waterman, G. E.: Effective use of dental assistants, Pub. WeaEth ... Training Dental Students to Use Chair Side Assistants: Summary of a Conference, January 14-15, 1960. C. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, D. C. (13) Council on Dental Education: Conference on Utilization and Training of DentaI Assistants (Proceedings). Chicago, 1960. (14) Waterman, G. E. e Knutson, J. W.: Studies on Dental Care
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El lactobacillus acidophilus en la formacion de la caries dental

... Dental caries: mechanism and present control technics, St. Louis, Mosby, p&gs. 22-29, 1948. Easlick, K. A.: Sugar and dental caries: the effect on the teeth of sweetened beverages and other sugar containing substances, Am. Dent. Assn. Jour., 47:387-415 (obre.) 1953. Englander, H. R., y Fosdick, L. S.: The formation of lactic acid in dental plaques caries ... (obre.) 1956. Fosdick, L. S.: The role of sugar in dental caries, Calif. S. Dent. Assn. Jour., 26:19-27 (mayojun.) 1950. Green, E. G., y Dood, J. M.: A study of the bacterial flora of caries susceptible and caries im- mune saliva, Jour. Dent. Res., 35:527-38 (agto.) 1956. Gruebel, A. 0.: The Michigan workshop on the evaluation of dental caries control technics. Am. Dent. ... Reorientation on the dental caries problem, Geo. Dent. Assn. Jour., 23:13-l& ab. 1950. ---: Symposium of dental caries. N. Y. S. Dent. Jour., 19:167-69 (mzo.) 1953. __and Winfrey, Wynn: Role of plaque in acid formation on a tooth surface, N. Y. S. Dent. Jo~LT., 21:7&80 (fbro.) 1955. Jay, Philip, et al.: Dietary program for the control oj dental caries, Ann.
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La profesión dental puede contribuir a la solidaridad y mejor comprensión continental

... me he olvidado de vosotros, y de la magnífica hospitalidad ofrendada el verano pasado cuando visité a Buenos Aires. ; L .. THE DENTAL PROFESSION SOLIDARITY CAN AND CONTRIBUTE UNDERSTANDING TO CONTINENTAL I The dental profession of any country is only a small segment of its population, but because of its daily contacts it can exercise a tremendous ... grandes distancias más difícil que nos conozcamos mutuamente, hemos pasado 10s dos últimos siglos sin apenas conocer las ideas, costumbres y tradiciones de nuestros hermanos del Hemisferio Occidental. El porvenir nos ofrece un cuadro distinto y quizás para nosotros más risueño. Los días del nacionalismo competitivo y de la idea nacionalista se han ido * Leído, en ausencia, en ... mayor parte de nuestros enfermos se nos presentan víctimas del dolor y por lo general sin contar con suficientes fondos para pagar el tratamiento que necesitan. Los materiales dentales que utilizamos deben ser de lo más delicados, y sin embargo, a todos nosotros nos han llegado en más de una ocasión, sustancias inferiores que han dificultado nuestras
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Utilización de la "enfermera dental" para mejorar el plan de estudios de una faculdad de ontología

... modalidad. 206 \ * días por 2 técnicas de operatoria dental, para operatoria; días por 2 técnicas de operatoria dental, para profilaxis y aplicaciones tópicas; días hábiles por mes de odontblogo, para supervisar exámenes y hacer desfocaclones. - Jiménez y Gómez t - LA “ENFERMERA DENTAL? ?? 433 Las técnicas de operatoria dental deberánpresenTrabajan de la siguientemanera: El ... nocionesde fisiología,ética 1 y morfología dental. Al finalizar se hace una evaluacióndel personaly de la marcha del curso, analizandocon cuidado los resultadosobtenidosen morfología dental. El siguienteperíodo,de eneroa diciembre, se inicia con la preclfnicade operatoriay se completatodo el plan de estudios. 1) Moufalogta dental Se desarrolla el mismo programa de ... Utilización de la técnica de operatoria dental con supervisión directa dentro de un mismo recinto (figura 13). Este es el método empleado por la Facultad de Odontología para la docencia. Permite a un odontólogo supervisar un grupo numeroso de técnicas de operatoria dental simultáneamente. b) Utilización de la técnica de operatoria dental con supervisión directa
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Comunidad Colombiana con baja prevalencia de caries, sin antecedentes de fluor

... diferente del Gor, con acción preventiva de caries dental, puesto que este elemento no se detectó en la orina del grupo estudiado. 0 REFERENCIAS (1) Klein, H. y Palmer, C. E. ? ?Dental Caries in the Ameritan Indian Children”. Public Health Bull (Washington, D.C.) 239, 1937. (2) Grnebbel, A. 0. “Measurement of Dental Caries Prevalence and Treatment Service for ... simple estudio epidemiológico de caries dental en una comunidad es de importancia relativa, un hallazgo sorprendente, como el que se describe en este trabajo, puede ser de mucho interés en el campo epidemiológico. Buscando una posible correlación entre nutrientes y caries, se hizo un estudio epidemiológico de caries dental en el municipio de Heliconia, ... 163168,1944. (3) K.lein, H. y Palmer, C. E. “Studies on Dental Caries. A Procedure for Recording and Statistical Processing of Dental Examination Findinns”. J Dent Res 19:243256, 1940. (4) Mejía V., Raúl, Espinal, T., Fabio y Vélez A.. Hernán. “Fluoruración de la sal en cukro comunidades colombianas. Estudio de caries dental? ??. En prensa. (5) Restrepo G., Darío y
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Evaluacion de los programas de higiene dental

... alcanzando el objetivo de mermar la prevalencia y la incidencia de la caries. Los métodos preventivos establecidos evitan la caries dental. Las mediciones segunda y tercera indican éxito, incluso cuando el CPO total, prevalencia de la caries dental, no ha variado. Una disminución de la “mortalidad dental? ?? refleja éxito por lo que se refiere a salvar los dientes ... Este recurso proporciona los medios de evaluación crítica y constante del programa para medir DENTAL 55 el éxito de cada uno de los aspectos de un programa de higiene dental. La evaluación se hace comparando periódicamente la prevalencia de la caries dental y la “mortalidad dental? ?? en grupos de niños de la misma edad. Puede abarcar también una medición de las ... higiene dental casi exclusivamente con el control de la caries dental, puesto que esta afección es una de las más frecuentes, por no decir la más frecuente, de la boca. No obstante, hay que reconocer que un programa completo de esta clase debe contener medidas para corregir. eliminar o aliviar los siguientes defectos y enfermedades, ademas de la caries dental:
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Examen simplificado de un primer molar permanente y de un segundo molar primario para medir la prevalencia de caries en escolares

... dental caries. 1. Dental status and dental needs of elementarí school children, Pub. Health Rep., 53 :751-F5 (mqo) 1938. (2) Knutson, J. W.: Surveys and the evaluation of programs. En: Pelt,on, W. J., y Wisan, J. M. (eds.) Dentistry in Public Health, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1949. (3) Turner, C. E.; Howe, P. R., y Dick, Marita J.: A usable dental ... evolución de la frecuencia de caries de las tres poblaciones examinadas. La proximidad y el entrecruzamiento de la poligonal que representa la caries de los escolares de Santa Fe y de Resistencia indican a simple vist,a que las pequeñas diferencias son debidas al azar. En cambio la línea de puntos que representa la prevalencia de caries en Río Gallegos acusa una ... componentes (molares con caries curables, molares de extracción indicada y ya extraídos, y molares obturados) representa adecuadamente la prevalencia de caries, en especial para fines comparativos entre poblaciones o entre exámenes de la misma población llevados a cabo en épocas EN ESCOLARES 393 distintas. Como el riesgo de caries es exactamente el
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La higiene general y la higiene dental

... completos y comparables a los de higiene dental de otros países. l Trabajo lefdo ante la III Convención m junio 1941. Médico Dental Mexicana, celebrada en Ia ciudad de M’éxico 644 OFICINA SANITARIA PANAMERICANA IJUliO Además, en cerca de 40 ciudades de los Estados y en el Distrito Federal, hay servicios dentales que están relacionadoa con los ... Médico Dental, teniendo en cuenta las grandes relaciones existentes entre la higiene dental y la higiene general, y la utilidad de orientaci6n social del odontólogo, solicite de la Universidad Nacional, por conducto de la Facultad de Odontología, que se agregue alas materias de enseñanza un curso de nociones de higiene general y medicina preventiva. DENTAL HYGIENE AND ... Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation, gives free preventive dental care, maintaining full-time dentists at Xochimilco, Cuernavaca, Cuautla, Jojutla and Jonacatepec. There are Dental Services connected with the School Health Services in 40 cities and in the Federal District. Dental clinics in Dispensaries of the Ministry of Public Assistance
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La odontología en un programa dental nacional

... en sus bocas la caries dental y la periodontosis. Un coeficiente de caries dental tomado como promedio nos dice que niños de 4 a 5 años de edad sufren en un 75% de la caries y que no es raro encontrar niños de tres años de edad con dos o tres cavidades. Estudios en niños de 12 a 14 años de edad nos han enseñado que del 80 al 90% sufren de caries. Después ... diets rich in natural food values with little fermentable carbohydrates show a low average of dental caries; han-ever, when they move to urban districts, their primitive diet being changed, the rate of dental decay and periodontosis increases. An average dental caries rate in children of four to five years of age is approximately 75%, and in some cases, ... essential to its success: dental examinations of 734 PAN AMBRICAN SANITARY BUREAU [August 19@] pre-school and school children, notices being sent to their parents regarding mouth conditions; dental examination and consultation for these children in dental clinics of the health centers, records being kept of same; dental caries prophylaxis serviees
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Dental nurses in Trinidad and Tobago

... 1972-1987. 1987 1972 Population Totalnumberof dentists Numberof government dentalofficers Numberof dentalnurses Totalnumberof dentaloperators(dentistsplus dental nurses) Totalnumberof government dentaloperators(dentalofficers plusdentalnurses) Dentaloperator:populationratio Government dentaloperator:populationratio 1,ooo,ooo 553 16 - 1,200,000 91 15 66 55 157 16 1 : 18,000 1: ... Forty of the dental nurses (66%) reported that they had a dental assistant to work with them all of the time, while eight (13 % ) worked with a dental assistant part of the time. 2 2 2 2 2 8 . TABLE3. Dentaloperatorto populationratios, 1972-1987. 1987 1972 Population Totalnumberof dentists Numberof government dentalofficers Numberof dentalnurses Totalnumberof ... Redistribution of the dental nurses would not solve the problem, because there are too few of them. More dental nurses need to be trained. As there are over 360,000 children, it would be necessary to have 120 dental nurses to give a dental nurse to child ratio of 1 to 3,000. This is nearly twice as many dental nurses as are presently employed. One dental nurse
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