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Occurrence of root caries and factors related to it
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Caries risk is directly related to both plaque and diet, and also (in the case of root caries) to the presence of a partial denture. 5,6,7 The oral health profile of most western populations is Cited by: 9. Lecture 1: Introduction to Epidemiology Outline Uses of Epidemiology I to study the cause (or etiology) of disease(s), or conditions, disorders, disabilities, etc. I to determine the primary agent responsible or ascertain causative factors I to determine the characteristics of the agent or causative factors I to determine the mode of transmission.
D Caries Essay. Caries have been a constant nuisance to humans, decaying teeth can become a major problem for those affected. It is certainly not the oldest pathology, nor the one of the greatest prevalence throughout humankind, but the information that can be extrapolate from such pathologies is great. Definitions. The prognosis is a prediction of the probable course, duration, and outcome of a disease based on a general knowledge of the pathogenesis of the disease and the presence of risk factors for the disease. It is established after the diagnosis is made and before the treatment plan is established. The prognosis is based on specific information about the disease and the .
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Occurrence of root caries has some similar features and some dissimilar characteristics when compared with pit and fissure, and smooth surface dental caries.
Aside from obvious location differences, the recognition and diagnosis, the causative microbes, the natural history, and the treatment strategies may differ from those of coronal caries. Tooth decay or caries in reality is a breakdown of the tooth structure. The tooth structure breakdown is caused by bacterial acid production.
The acid once produced causes damage to all layers of the tooth – from the name and dentin, all the way to the cement and the nerve and the dental pulp. Factors affecting the dental caries occurrence.
Root surface caries is usually related with poor health of gingival area, 16 we have found relatively high occurrence of root caries among males including tobacco chewers, which usually results in. Relationship of diet to root caries The relationship between dietary factors and root caries in.
Occurrence of root caries in relation to. Age, root surfaces with recession, deleterious oral habits such as smoking, tobacco chewing, and dryness of mouth had a definite effect on prevalence of root caries. As the occurrence of root caries is influenced by many factors, it becomes imperative to identify risk Cited by: 8.
An evidence-based strategy for preventive and reparative care for early dental caries that can be used in any dental office. Accessory root canal a secondary canal extending from the pulp to the surface of the root; frequently found near the apex of a root but may occur higher and provide a connection to a periodontal pocket.
ROOT CARIES INDEX (RCI) Ralph V Katz in 1. This was to make the simple prevalence measures for root caries more specific by including the concept of teeth at risk for root caries.
This index is specifically designed for analytical epidemiological studies in which risk factors and causes of diseases are being studied.
-In the early half of the past century, dental caries management showed many restorations placed, but also many diseased teeth removed and prosthetic replacements provided.-Reductions in caries of 40% to 60% since in the US where observed for those fortunate enough to live in he communities with fluoridation of the water supply.-Recent history has shown reductions in.
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. The incidence of dental caries is closely related to dietary habits and oral hygiene practices, which are related to socio-economic conditions.
Cited by: 8. Socioeconomic factors especially educational levels become the most important external factors related to dental caries nowadays (Axelson, ).
There is a strong correlation between incidence of caries in children and the socioeconomic status of the families of those children. 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. Campus G, Lumbau A, Lai S, et al.
Socio-economic and behavioural factors related to caries in twelve-year-old Sardinian children. Caries Research. ; 35 (6)– 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 Complications: Inflammation around the tooth, tooth.
Realization that dental caries is a reversible, dynamic process at a micron level has changed the way the profession recognizes the caries disease. GV Black in in his text book “Operative Dentistry” advises the profession not to ignore the biological nature of dental caries.
He stated that “this attitude of profession is an anomaly in science that should not continue.”Author: Abeer ElEmbaby. Dental caries or tooth decay is one of the most common of all disorders, second only to common cold.
The first study about dental caries was published in and has continued uninterrupted to the present. Some isolated populations like Eskimos, some African natives, and inhabitants of rural India are “immune” to dental caries because they.
Dental caries is the most common disease in oral cavity. This chapter explores what the dental caries can reveal about general health, describes the role the mouth plays as a portal of entry for infection, and concludes with studies that are associating oral infections with serious systemic diseases and by: 1.
The management of third molars requires a significant assessment and decision process both for the patient and the clinician. The clinician must always identify the indication for third molar surgery, assess the risks of the proposed procedure, and then modify their plan to account for the patient's current and future health, their social and financial setting, and the Author: DM Hyam, DM Hyam.
Dental Caries is the medical term for tooth decay or cavities caused by bacterial infection that erodes the tooth enamel and the underlying layers.
Call + to know more about its causes, symptoms & dental cavity treatment. Background: There is a need for risk prediction tools in caries research. This investigation aimed to estimate and evaluate a risk score for prediction of dental caries.
Materials and Methods: This case-cohort study included a random sample of cases (with dental caries) and controls (randomly sampled from the study population at baseline), followed for 3 : Miguel de Araújo Nobre, Ana Sezinando, Inês Fernandes, Paulo Maló.
The relations between oral and general health are oral health is compromised, overall health and quality of life may be diminished. 16, 33, 45 On the other hand, the rewards of good oral health are not insignificant.
The optimal function of the oral cavity depends on the integrity of the dentition and supporting structures.Diagnosis and assessment of root caries in older patients. Reconnecting Practicing Hygienists with the Nation's Leading Educators and Researchers.
Likes ; Followers ; Followers ; Followers ; Dimensions of Dental Hygiene is a monthly, peer-reviewed journal that reconnects practicing dental hygienists with the nation's leading educators and.Favoring risk factors are as follows: low socio-economic status, low educational attainment in parents, chronic non-communicable diseases, inadequate health literacy, are all risk factors for a early childhood caries.
Social and behavioral factors have been described in association with early childhood caries in numerous publications (FDI Cited by: 2.