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Rev. Ciênc. Plur ; 8(2): e27191, mar. 2022. tab
Article in Portuguese | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1368170

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Introdução: Por muitos anos a saúde bucal esteve à margem das políticas públicas de saúde no Brasil. Em 2004, com a criação da Política Nacional de Saúde Bucal, houve uma proposta de reorganização do cuidado em todos os níveis de atenção no âmbito do Sistema Único de Saúde. Quando avalia-se a qualidade da atenção em populações específicas, a análise dos indicadores torna-se cada vez mais escassa, o que impacta diretamente no financiamento das equipes da atenção básica, já que com a ascensão do novo modelo de financiamento, o Previne Brasil (Portaria n° 2.979/2019), alteram-se algumas formas de repasse para os municípios. Objetivo:Investigar o cuidado odontológico durante a gravidez sob a ótica dos resultados do Previne Brasil, com recorte temporal dos três últimos quadrimestres do ano de 2020, no município de Belém, no Pará. Metodologia:Estudo de natureza descritiva baseado nos dados disponíveis para domínio público provenientes do Sistema de Informação da Atenção Básica. Estes dados foram tabulados no software Microsoft Excel®. A análise dos dados se deu com base no referencial teórico disponível na Scientific Electronic Library Onlinee de documentos oficiais do Ministério da Saúde. Resultados:Belém possui 23,94% de cobertura de saúde bucal, com uma população que ultrapassou um milhão de habitantes. Quando se analisa a proporção de gestantes com atendimento odontológico realizado, Belém apresentou 4%, 3% e 5% respectivamente, em cada quadrimestre de 2020. Conclusões:Os dados revelam que para alcançar um nível satisfatório no acesso e oferta de serviços odontológicos no município amazônico, deve haver um fortalecimento e expansão das políticas públicas de saúde bucal, não excluindo a atenção às linhas de cuidado presentes na Política Nacional de Saúde Bucal, como as gestantes (AU).


Introduction:For several years, oral health had been on the fringe of public policies in Brazil. In 2004, with the establishment of the National Policy for Oral Health, there had been a proposal for reorganization of care in every assistance level in the scope of the Brazilian National Health System. When the quality of assistance to specific populations is availed, the analysis of the indexes becomes increasingly scarce, what directly affects the funding of primary care teams, as with the ascension of the new model of funding, the Previne Brasil (Directive nº 2.979/2019), some forms of transfer to municipalities are changed.Objective:Investigate the dental care during pregnancy under the perspective of the results of Previne Brasil, using the time frame of the three latter four-month periods of 2020, in the city of Belém, in Pará. Methodology: Descriptive study based on the data available for public domain from the Basic Care Information System. These data were tabulated on the Microsoft Excel® software. The data analysis had been done based on the theoretical framework available at the Scientific Electronic Library Online and on official documents from the Ministry of Health. Results: Belém has 23,94% of oral health coverage, with a population that has surpassed 1 million inhabitants. When the proportion of pregnant women with dental assistance is analyzed, Belém presented 4%, 3%, and 5% respectively, in each four-month period of 2020. Conclusions:The data revealed that to reach a satisfactory level of access and supply of dental health services in the Amazonian city, there must be strengthening and expansion of oral health public policies, without excluding the attention to the care lines contained on the National Policy for Oral Health, such as the pregnant women (AU).


Introducción:Durante muchos años, la salud bucal estuvo al margen de las políticas de salud pública en Brasil. En 2004, con la creación de la Política Nacional de Salud Bucal, se propuso reorganizar el cuidado en todos los niveles de atención dentro del Sistema Único de Salud. Al evaluar la calidad de la atención en poblaciones específicas, el análisis de indicadores se vuelve cada vez más escaso, lo que impacta directamente en el financiamiento de los equipos de atención primaria, ya que con el surgimiento del nuevo modelo de financiamiento, Previne Brasil (Ordenanza No. 2979/2019), algunos Se modifican las formas de transferencia a los municipios.Objetivo:Investigar la atención odontológica duranteel embarazo desde la perspectiva de los resultados de Previne Brasil, con un marco temporal de los últimos tres trimestres del año 2020, en la ciudad de Belém, en el estado de Pará. Metodología:Estudio descriptivo basado en datos disponibles para el dominio público del Sistema de Información de Atención Primaria. Estos datos se tabularon en el software Microsoft Excel®. El análisis de los datos se basó en el marco teórico disponible en la Biblioteca Científica Electrónica en Línea y documentos oficiales del Ministerio de Salud. Resultados:Belém posee el 23,94% de cobertura de salud bucodental, con una población que supera un millón de habitantes. Al analizar la proporción de embarazadas con atención odontológica, Belém presentó 4%, 3% y 5%, respectivamente, en cada cuatrimestre de 2020. Conclusiones:Los datos muestran que para alcanzar un nivel satisfactorio de acceso y oferta de servicios odontológicos en el municipio amazónico, se debe fortalecer y ampliar las políticas públicas de salud bucal, sin excluir la atención a las líneas de cuidado presentes en la Política Nacional de Salud Bucal, como las mujeres embarazadas (AU).


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Humans , Female , Pregnancy , Primary Health Care , Brazil/epidemiology , Oral Health/education , Dental Care/instrumentation , Pregnant Women , Quality of Health Care , Epidemiology, Descriptive , Health Policy
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Rev. Ciênc. Plur ; 8(2): e26130, mar. 2022. tab, graf
Article in Portuguese | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1368659

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Introdução:Em contexto pandêmico do COVID-19, a teleodontologia pode desempenhar um papel fundamental no cuidado de problemas de saúde bucal principalmente na identificação precoce com critérios de prioridades em casos de urgência e emergência. Através dela é possível diagnosticar e prestar atendimento às pessoas infectadas pelo SARS-CoV-2 sem colocar em risco de infecção a equipe de profissionais que prestarão os serviços.Objetivo:Analisar experiências internacionais do uso da teleodontologia no contexto da pandemia de COVID-19 e sua aplicabilidade na Atenção Primária à Saúde, destacando possíveis dificuldades de sua implementação, bem como suas potencialidades e limitações.Metodologia:Uma revisão integrativa foi conduzida mediante as seis fases preconizadas do processo de elaboração. As buscas foram realizadas nas bases de dados PubMed, Lilacs, Bireme, SciELO, Paho, Cochrane e Wholis no período de 14 a 20 de julho de 2020. Foram selecionados artigos que abordassem experiências internacionais, no âmbito público ou privado, do uso da teleodontologia nos protocolos de atendimento odontológico.Resultados:Seis estudos foram analisados. A revisão dos artigos destacou a importância da teleodontologia como ferramenta de saúde alternativa para antecipar diagnósticos e diminuir necessidades em saúde bucal, além de contribuir para controle de disseminação viral no contexto da pandemia do COVID-19.Conclusões:Ainda se impõe como um desafio a aplicação da teleodontologia durante a pandemia de COVID-19 na Atenção Primária à Saúde, devido aos limites estruturais e financeiros que o Sistema Único de Saúde apresenta. No entanto, a partir desta revisão integrativa e de experiências internacionais aqui estudadas, observou-se que há viabilidade de implementação da teleodontologia nas Unidades Básicas de Saúde do país (AU).


Introduction:In the COVID-19 pandemic context, teledentistry can play a fundamental role in oral health treatment, especially in early identification and priority determination of urgent and emergency cases. Through it, it is possible to diagnose and provide care to people infected with SARS-CoV-2 without putting the team of professionals who will provide the services at risk of infection.Objective:To analyze international experiences in the use of teledentistry in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and its applicability in Primary Health Care, highlighting possible difficulties in its implementation, as well as its potential and limitations.Methodology:An integrative review was conducted through the six recommended phases of the elaboration process. Searches were performed in the PubMed, Lilacs, Bireme, SciELO, Paho, Cochrane and Wholis databases, from July 14 to 20, 2020. Articles that addressed international experiences, in the public or private sphere,of the use of teledentistry in dental care protocols were selected.Results:Six studies were analyzed. The review of the articles highlighted the importance of teledentistry as an alternative health tool to anticipate diagnoses and reduce needs in oral health, in addition to contributing to the control of viral spread in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.Conclusions:The application of teledentistry during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazilian Primary Health Care is still a challenge, due to the structural and financial limits that its Unified Health System presents. However, from this integrative review and international experiences studied here, we observe that there is feasibility of implementing teledentistry in Brazilian Basic Health Units (AU).


Introducción: En el contexto de la pandemia por COVID-19, la teleodontología puede desempeñar un papel importante en el cuidado de la salud bucal, sobretodo en la detección precoz de los problemas, con criterios de prioridad en casos de urgencia y emergencia. Por medio de ella, es posible diagnosticar y brindar atención a las personas infectadas por el SARS-CoV-2 sin poner en riesgo de infección al equipo de profesionales que realizarán los servicios. Objetivo: Analizar experiencias internacionales del uso de la teleodontología en el contexto de la pandemia por COVID-19 y su aplicabilidad en la atención primaria de la salud, resaltando posibles dificultades de implementación, así como sus potencialidades y limitaciones. Metodología: Se realizó una revisión integrativa a través de las seis fases recomendadas del proceso de elaboración. Las búsquedas se realizaron en las bases de datos PubMed, Lilacs, Bireme, SciELO, Paho, Cochrane y Wholis del 14 al 20 de julio de 2020. Se seleccionaron artículos que abordaran experiencias internacionales, en el ámbito público o privado, en el uso de la teleodontología en los protocolos de atención odontológica. Resultados: Se analizaron seis estudios. La revisión de los artículos destacó la importancia de la teleodontología como herramientade salud alternativa para anticipar diagnósticos y reducir necesidades en salud bucal, además de contribuir al control de la propagación viral en el contexto de la pandemia por COVID-19.Conclusiones: La aplicación de la teleodontología durante la pandemia por COVID-19 en la Atención Primaria de la Salud sigue siendo un desafío, debido a las limitaciones estructurales y financieras que presenta el Sistema Único de Salud. Sin embargo, a partir de esta revisión integrativa y de las experiencias internacionales aquí estudiadas, se observó que existe la posibilidad de implementar la teleodontología en las Unidades Básicas de Salud del país (AU).


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Primary Health Care , Oral Health/education , Dental Care , Teledentistry , COVID-19 , Brazil/epidemiology , SARS-CoV-2
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Rev. Ciênc. Plur ; 8(2): e27321, mar. 2022. ilus
Article in Portuguese | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1368773

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Introdução:A escola é um ambiente propício para o desenvolvimento de hábitos que podem ser aplicadospor toda a vida. Nessa perspectiva, as atividades educativas com escolares podem contribuir significativamente na promoção de saúde bucal e na disseminação de bons hábitos de higiene oral, sendo alternativas capazes de instruir esses sujeitos eficientemente.Objetivo:Relatar a experiência de uma intervenção lúdica de caráter educativo realizada pela equipe de um projeto de extensão com uma turma de educação infantil em escola institucional de educação básica.Metodologia:A partir do conhecimento da faixa etária dos escolares, um jogo educativo foi desenvolvido e uma ação de caráter lúdico foi elaborada. A alimentação saudável foi a temática escolhida para ser trabalhada interdisciplinariamente à conscientização sobre o papel dos alimentos no desenvolvimento da cárie dentária e das orientações de higiene oral. Ao "brincar de fazer compras", momento em que os alunos podiam escolher quais alimentos adquirir no jogo, foi possível discorrer sobre quais dessas escolhas alimentares não eram saudáveis e também orientar os participantescom macromodelosobre a forma correta de escovação e uso dofio dental.Resultados:A interação das crianças com a atividade e com toda equipe de extensionistas foi bastante satisfatória. Foi possível verificar que os mesmos assimilaram bem os assuntos trabalhados ludicamente e foi demonstrado pela intervenção que os alunos conseguiram adquirir conhecimentos práticos sobre a saúde bucal no momento de orientação de higiene oral tanto no jogo quanto na simulação da escovação com macromodelo. Conclusões:Atividades lúdicas para escolares podem ser instrumentos capazes de transmitir conhecimentos em saúde bucal satisfatoriamente ao passo que sinalizam aspectos que devem ser desenvolvidos e incorporados no cotidiano dos indivíduos desde a mais tenra idade (AU).


Introduction: School is a conducive environment for developing habits that can be extended throughout life. From this perspective, educational activities with schoolchildren can significantly contribute to promoting oral health and to disseminate good oral hygiene habits, constituting alternatives which are capable of efficiently educating these subjects. Objective:To report the experience of a playful and educational intervention carried out by the team of an extension project with an early childhood education class in an institutional school of basic education. Methodology: An educational game was developed based on the knowledge of the age range of the school children, and a playful action was elaborated. A healthy eating theme was chosen to be worked on in an interdisciplinary way to raise awareness about the role of food in developing dental caries and oral hygiene guidelines. By "playing shopping" in which students could choose which foods to buy in a game, it was possible to discuss which of these food choices were unhealthy and also guide participants with a macromodel on the correct way of brushing and flossing. Results: The interaction of children with the activity and with the entire extension team was quite satisfactory. It was possible to verify that they had assimilated the playfully addressed issues and it was demonstrated that students were able to acquire practical knowledge about oral health during the oral hygiene orientation in both the game and in the brushing simulation with the macromodel. Conclusions:Playful activities for schoolchildren may constitute instruments which are capable of satisfactorily transmitting knowledge on oral health, and can indicate aspects which must be developed and incorporated into the daily lives of individuals from a very early age (AU).


Introducción: La escuela es un entorno favorable para el desarrollo de hábitos que pueden prolongarse a lo largo de la vida. En esta perspectiva, las actividades educativas con alumnos pueden contribuir significativamente a la promoción de salud oral y de difusión de buenas costumbres de higiene oral, siendo estas alternativas capaces de educar estos sujetos eficientemente.Objetivo:Relatar la experiencia de una intervención lúdica educativo, realizada por un equipo de un proyecto de extensión, direccionada a un grupo de educación infantil en una escuela del sistema educativo básico brasileño. Metodología: A partir del conocimiento de la franja etaria , se diseñó un juego educativo y se planeó una acción de carácter lúdico. La alimentación sana fue la temática elegida para que, de este modo, además de orientaciones de cuidados orales, también se trabajara, interdisciplinariamente, la concientización sobre la relación entre los alimentos y el surgimiento de caries dentarias. Al "jugar a las compras", momento en que los alumnos podían elegir cuales alimentos iban a adquirir, fue posible debatir sobre cuales de las opciones alimentares no eran sanas y, además de eso, orientar los participantes, con un tipodonto, sobre la forma correcta de cepillarse y de usar el hilo dental. Resultados: La interacción con la actividad y con el equipo de extensión fue muy exitosa. Fue posible verificar que los alumnos comprendieron los temas trabajados lúdicamente y también que, a través de la intervención, consiguieron alcanzar conocimientos prácticos sobre salud oral, tanto en el momento de la orientación de higiene oral cuanto en la actividad de simulación de cepillado con el apoyo del tipodonto.Conclusiones:Actividades lúdicas para niños r pueden ser instrumentos capaces de proporcionar aprendizajes sobre salud oral en la medida en que señalan aspectos que necesitan ser desarrollados en las prácticas rutineras de sujetos desde muy temprana edad (AU).


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Humans , Male , Female , Child , Local Health Strategies , Child Rearing , Oral Health/education , Health Strategies , Problem-Based Learning/methods , Oral Hygiene , Toothbrushing , Brazil/epidemiology , Child , Education, Primary and Secondary , Games, Recreational/psychology
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Acta sci., Health sci ; 44: e53676, Jan. 14, 2022.
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1363573

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Maintaining a functional natural dentition plays an important role in keeping a satisfactory nutritional status. The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between oral health conditions determined by the presence of edentulism and the number of missing teeth, nutritional status and consumption of nutrients by the elderly. This cross-sectional study comprised 494 independent elderly of both genders, over 60 years of age, registered at the Brazilian public health service in Londrina, southern Brazil. The data collection included: oral examinations; anthropometric measurements by calculating the Body Mass Index (BMI); analysis of food consumption based on a multiple pass 24-hour dietary recall and a food intake frequency questionnaire; and structured interviews to obtain sociodemographic information. Multiple linear regression, the Fisher's Exact test, chi-square and Mann-Whitney tests, were applied at a 5% significance level. The prevalence of edentulism was 47.3%; this predominated in females, age group from 65 to 74 years, low education level and low/medium economic classification. A larger numberof underweight and fewer number of overweight elderly were recorded among the edentulous versus dentate participants (< 0.0001). Significantly lower consumption of several nutrients, as well as fruit, was recorded among the edentulous group. In particular, carbohydrates, vitamins (B1, B9 and C), and the majority of the minerals studied were associated with a larger number of missing teeth. In conclusion, tooth loss was associated with the food consumption pattern of some macro-and micronutrients and the nutritional status of the Brazilian elderly.


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Humans , Male , Female , Aged , Aged, 80 and over , Aged , Oral Health/education , Nutritional Status , Tooth Loss/rehabilitation , Body Mass Index , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Dental Care for Aged/methods , Eating
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Pesqui. bras. odontopediatria clín. integr ; 22: e210046, 2022. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1365231

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ABSTRACT Objective To describe and evaluate the xylitol products' applicability and its effects in the health area worldwide utilizing a bibliometric analysis from randomized controlled trials (RCT) with humans. Material and Methods Electronic searches were carried out in Medline/PubMed, Scopus, Cochrane Library, Web of Science, and VHL databases. The main data extracted were: year, area of applicability, type of treatment, country, journal, xylitol posology and concentration, presentation form, outcomes, and effects. Results From 1476 studies, 257 were included. These studies were published between 1973-2021. The majority was carried out in dentistry (73.9%) and under preventive treatment (67.4%). These studies were developed in the USA (15.4%) and published in Caries Research (6.6%). The posology and concentration ranged between 0.004-67 g/day and 0.002-100%, respectively. The xylitol is usually used in the chewing gum form (44.0%), and for antimicrobial activity evaluation (38.5%). A positive effect was observed in 204 studies (79.3%) and was associated with xylitol concentration ≥ 15(p=0.007). Side effects were reported in 8.2and were associated with posology ≥ 5 g/day (p=0.03). Conclusion Most studies with xylitol were conducted to prevent diseases in the dentistry field. The chewing gum form and antimicrobial activity evaluation were more frequent. Most xylitol products have a positive effect, and few studies report side effects.


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Therapeutics , Xylitol/therapeutic use , Bibliometrics , Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic , Chewing Gum , Anti-Infective Agents , Brazil , Chi-Square Distribution , Oral Health/education , Data Interpretation, Statistical
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1365238

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Abstract Objective: To verify the association between impacts produced by tooth loss and sociodemographic variables in the oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) in the elderly. Material and Methods: This is an analytical cross-sectional study carried out in the municipality of Vitória/ES, Brazil, which sample was composed of 402 older adults. The Oral Health Impact Profile (OHIP-14) was used to measure the individuals' OHRQoL. For data analysis, descriptive and bivariate analyses were performed using the Fisher's exact test and the Mantel-Haenzsel test to assess the effects of combined dimensions. The significance level adopted was 5%. To assess the strength of association between independent variables and dimensions, Odds-Ratio (OR) with 95% confidence interval (CI) was calculated. Results: The prevalence of negative impact on OHRQoL in the elderly was 32.6%. The greatest impact perception was found in individuals with up to 10 years of schooling (p=0.021 and OR=1.602), with need for removable partial dentures (p=0.000 and OR=2.873) and those who did not accept the loss of dental elements (p=0.000 and OR=3.064). Conclusion: Older female adults with socioeconomic class C/D-E, with up to 10 years of schooling, who lost 11 or more teeth, who declared the need for removable partial dentures, suffered greater impacts caused by tooth loss on OHRQoL.


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Humans , Male , Female , Middle Aged , Aged , Aged, 80 and over , Quality of Life/psychology , Aged , Oral Health/education , Dental Care for Aged , Tooth Loss/pathology , Sickness Impact Profile , Social Class , Brazil/epidemiology , Demography , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Surveys and Questionnaires , Data Interpretation, Statistical , Mouth, Edentulous , Denture, Partial, Removable
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1365233

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ABSTRACT Objective To determine the relationship between dental anxiety and self-reported periodontal status. Material and Methods The study was conducted among 263 patients at the Family Medicine Clinic of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria. Self-assessed gingival and periodontal disease was measured using the validated periodontal disease self-report surveillance questionnaire. The Modified Dental Anxiety Scale (MDAS) was used for evaluating dental anxiety. Student's t-test was used to test for association between categorical variables. P-value < 0.05 was considered to be statistically significant. Results Seventy-seven (29.3%) participants had high dental anxiety, while 49 (18.6%) had very high dental anxiety. The prevalence of periodontal disease was higher among those with very high dental anxiety (77.6%), while female respondents had a significantly higher proportion of self-reported periodontitis (34.1%). There was a significantly higher prevalence of very high dental anxiety among respondents who had never visited the dentist (23.2%). Similarly, females (19.4%), middle-class respondents (30.8%), and those with a primary level of school education (23.5%) had a higher prevalence of high dental anxiety, even though the association was not significant. Conclusion The prevalence of self-reported periodontal disease among the respondents with very high dental anxiety was higher than in those with high dental anxiety and those without dental anxiety, but the difference was not significant.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adult , Periodontal Diseases/prevention & control , Oral Health/education , Dental Anxiety , Self Report , Nigeria/epidemiology , Periodontitis , Prevalence , Multivariate Analysis , Surveys and Questionnaires , Regression Analysis , Data Interpretation, Statistical , Dentists
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1365237

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Abstract Objective: To assess the knowledge of pregnant women regarding their child's oral health. Material and Methods: A questionnaire was developed and the 1st section comprised sociodemographic variables. The second section contained questions about the eruption of teeth, fluoride importance, cariogenic food, and dental visits. The questionnaire was shared electronically via a link to the receptionist of the gynaecologist at different health centres of Najran to be filled by expectant mothers. The convenient sampling method was used to collect the responses. Data were presented using descriptive statistics. Results: A total of 572 pregnant women participated in this survey. Three hundred and fifteen (55.1%) knew that 1st primary tooth erupts at the age of 6 months. The majority of the respondents (n=332) agreed that toothbrushes and toothpaste could be used to clean a child's teeth; only 5.4%, 10%, and 24.5% preferred miswak, mouthwash, and toothbrush, respectively. Participants were well familiar with cariogenic food and occasionally allowed their children to take it. They have enough knowledge about fluoride toothpaste, but they were not familiar with the benefits of fluoride varnish. Almost 50% of the respondents agreed that the child should visit the dentist within six months, and 27.4% said they should visit the dentist whenever there is a problem. Conclusion: Almost 50% of participants showed a positive attitude towards most questions. However, there is a need to improve their behaviour and knowledge about many aspects of dental care.


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Humans , Female , Pregnancy , Saudi Arabia/epidemiology , Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice , Oral Health/education , Dental Care , Pediatric Dentistry , Pregnant Women , Tooth, Deciduous , Tooth Eruption , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Surveys and Questionnaires
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Arq. ciências saúde UNIPAR ; 25(3): 237-244, set-out. 2021.
Article in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: biblio-1348220

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Trata-se de um relato de experiência, que descreve, sob estratégia narrativo-argumentativa, as significâncias político-pedagógicas atreladas ao planejamento estratégico de ações de educação em saúde bucal vivenciadas em um ambiente escolar e experimentadas por acadêmicos estagiários de um curso de Odontologia. Após análise detalhada, algumas inferências se destacaram: o reconhecimento do ambiente escolar como território fértil para o desenvolvimento de ações promotoras de saúde; a efetividade do instrumento "TPC" (Teorizar-Praticar-Criticar) no direcionamento dos acadêmicos estagiários no planejamento estratégico de atividades de educação em saúde bucal; a importância de se disseminar, em espaços científicos, os aprendizados advindos de experimentações práticas de estágios.


This is a report on an experience that describes, under a narrative-argumentative strategy, the political-pedagogical significance linked to the strategic planning of oral health education actions experienced in a school environment and experienced by university trainees from a Dentistry course. After a detailed analysis, some inferences were observed: the recognition of the school environment as a fertile territory for the development of health-promoting actions; the effectiveness of the "TPC" (Theorize-Practice-Criticize) instrument in directing university trainees in the strategic planning of oral health education activities; the importance of disseminating, in scientific spaces, the learning from practical experimentation during internships.


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Humans , Male , Female , Child, Preschool , Play and Playthings , Strategic Planning/standards , Health Education, Dental/methods , Oral Hygiene/education , Students, Dental , Training Support/methods , Health Policy, Planning and Management/organization & administration , Oral Health/education , Scientific and Technical Activities , Health Promotion/methods , Learning
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Rev. medica electron ; 43(5): 1297-1309, 2021. tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS, CUMED | ID: biblio-1352112

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RESUMEN Introducción: la situación de salud bucal de la población es factible de conocerse a partir del análisis de la situación de salud. Objetivo: caracterizar la situación de salud bucal de 30 familias pertenecientes a un consultorio médico. Materiales y métodos: se realizó un estudio observacional descriptivo transversal en el Consultorio Médico de la Familia No. 3 del área Centro del municipio Sancti Spíritus, entre diciembre de 2019 y febrero de 2020. El universo estuvo constituido por toda la población del consultorio (n = 937) y la muestra por 98 pacientes pertenecientes a 30 familias, seleccionados por un muestreo aleatorio simple. Se estudiaron las variables edad, sexo, clasificación epidemiológica, factores de riesgo, enfermedades bucales y nivel de conocimientos. Se emplearon métodos empíricos y estadísticos. Resultados: existió predominio del sexo femenino (56,1 %) y del grupo de 20 a 59 años (48 %). Respecto a la clasificación epidemiológica, el 49 % de los pacientes eran sanos con riesgo y el 46,9 % enfermos. La higiene bucal deficiente se identificó en 52 % de la muestra estudiada. La enfermedad bucal de mayor prevalencia fue la caries dental (41,8 %) y el nivel de conocimientos sobre salud bucodental resultó ser regular (61,7 %) en la mayoría de la población. Conclusiones: el sexo femenino y el grupo etario de 20 a 59 años fueron los más representativos. Predominaron los pacientes sanos con riesgo, siendo la higiene bucal deficiente el factor más prevalente. La caries dental representó la enfermedad con mayor aparición y se evaluó de regular el nivel de conocimientos sobre salud bucodental (AU).


ABSTRACT Introduction: it is feasible to know the oral health situation of the population from the analysis of the health situation. Objective: to characterize the oral health situation of 30 families belonging to a medical office. Materials and methods: a cross-sectional descriptive observational study was carried out in the Family Medical Office No. 3 of the Central area of Sancti Spiritus municipality, from December 2019 to February 2020. The universe was formed by the entire office population (n = 937) and the sample by 98 patients from 30 families, chosen by simple random sampling. The variables that were studied were age, sex, epidemiological classification, risk factors, oral diseases and level of knowledge. Empirical and statistical methods were used. Results: female sex (56.1 %) and 20-59 years age-group (48 %) predominated. Regarding epidemiological classification, 49 % of patients were healthy at risk and 46.9 % were sick. Poor oral hygiene was identified in 52 % of the sample studied. The most prevalent oral disease was dental caries (41.8 %) and the level of knowledge about oral health proved to be regular (61.7 %) in most of the population. Conclusions: female sex and the 20-59 years age-group were the most representative. Healthy patients at risk predominated, being poor oral health the most prevalent factor. Tooth decay represented the most common disease and the level of knowledge about oral health was evaluated as regular (AU).


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Humans , Male , Female , Physicians' Offices , Oral Health/education , Oral Hygiene/education , Diagnosis of Health Situation , Risk Factors , Dentistry , General Practitioners
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Rev. Ciênc. Plur ; 7(2): 239-252, maio 2021. ilus, tab
Article in Portuguese | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1284554

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Introdução:O consumo de drogas pode promover consequências para o organismo, sobretudo a cavidade bucal. Objetivo:Verificar quais são as substâncias psicoativas mais utilizadas e suasmanifestações na cavidade bucal. Metodologia:Trata-se de uma revisão integrativa, realizadana base de dados Medical Publications (PubMed) com os descritores "Transtornos Relacionados ao Uso de Substâncias (Substance-Related Disor-ders)" e "Odontologia (Dentistry)" com o operador booleano "And".Foram seleciona-dos artigos primeiramente por meio de leituras exploratórias dos seus títulos e resumos, seguida da leitura dos artigos na íntegra, levando em consideração os critérios de inclusão, que consistiam em textos completos, publicados nos idiomas Português e Inglês, do tipo estudo transversal indexados na base de dados referida, no período de 2015 a 2020 e que associassem o uso das substâncias psicoativas com as manifestaçõesna cavidade bucal, e os critérios de exclusão, que foram artigos de opinião, relatos de caso, revisões de literatura e os estudos que não abordassem sobre a temática da pesquisa. Resultados:A amostra foi composta por 5 artigos seleciona-dos, em que 4 deles realizaram a pesquisa com homens e mulheres e apenas 1 com homens, em ambos os trabalhos a idade dos participantes foram superiores a 18 anos e as substâncias psicoativas analisadasvariaram entre ópio, crack, cocaína, heroína, maconha, álcool e tabaco. Como consequência ao uso dessas substânciasa perda den-tária, presença de cárie dentária e doença periodontal foram as principais manifesta-çõesbucais. Conclusões:O consumo de substâncias psicoativas aumenta o limiar de dor, podendo mascarar a sintomatologia dolorosa das manifestações bucais e postergar a busca por tratamento odontológico, agravando, por vezes, a condição bucal do indivíduo. Sendo portanto, de extrema importância o conhecimento e atuação do cirurgião dentista frente ao usuário de drogas, desde a prevenção, diagnóstico etratamento do caso (AU).


Introduction:Drug use can have consequences for the body, especially the oral cavity.Objective:To investigate the most used psychoactive substances and their manifesta-tions in the oral cavity. Methodology:This is an integrative review, carried out in the Medical Publications database (PubMed) with the descriptors "Substance-Related Dis-orders (Substance-Related Disorders)" and "Dentistry (Dentistry)" with the Boolean operator "And". Articles were selected first through exploratory readings of their titles and abstracts, followed by reading the articles in full, taking into account the inclusion criteria, which consisted of full texts, published in Portuguese and English, of the cross-sectional type indexed in the referred database, in the period from 2015 to 2020 and that associated the use of psychoactive substances with the manifestations in the oral cavity, and the exclusion criteria, which were opinion articles, case reports, litera-ture reviews and studies that did not address the research theme.Results:The sample consisted of 5 selected articles, of which 4 of them researched with men and women and only 1 with men. In both studies, the participants' age was over 18 years, and the psychoactive substances analyzed varied between opium, crack, cocaine, heroin, ma-rijuana, alcohol, and tobacco. As a consequence of using these substances, tooth loss, dental caries, and periodontaldisease were the main oral manifestations.Conclusions:The consumption of psychoactive substances increases the pain threshold, masks the painful symptoms of oral manifestations and postpones the search for dental treat-ment, sometimes worsening the individual's oral condition. Therefore, the knowledge and performance of the dental surgeon concerning the drug user is essential, from pre-vention, diagnosis, and treatment of the case (AU).


Introducción:El consumo de drogas puede tener consecuencias en el organismo, es-pecialmente en la cavidad oral.Objetivo:Investigar las sustancias psicoactivas más utilizadas y sus manifestaciones en la cavidad oral.Metodología: Revisión integra-dora, realizada en la base de datos de publicaciones médicas (PubMed) con los des-criptores "Substance-Related Disorders (Trastornos relacionados con sustancias)" y "Dentistry (Odontología)" con el operador booleano "And". Los artículos fueron selec-cionados primero a través de la lectura exploratoria de sus títulos y resúmenes, se-guida de la lectura de los artículos en su totalidad, teniendo en cuenta los criterios de inclusión, que consistieron en textos completos, publicados en portugués e inglés, de tipo transversal indexados en la referida base de datos, en el período de 2015 a 2020 y que asociaran el uso de sustancias psicoactivas con las manifestaciones en la cavidad oral, y los criterios de exclusión, que fueron los artículos de opinión, los informes de casos, las revisiones bibliográficas y los estudios que no abordaron el tema de investi-gación. Resultados:Consistió en 5 artículos seleccionados, de los cuales 4 investigaron con hombres y mujeres y sólo 1 con hombres. En ambos estudios, la edad de los parti-cipantes era superior a 18 años y las sustancias psicoactivas analizadas variaban entre opio, crack, cocaína, heroína, marihuana, alcohol y tabaco. Como consecuencia del consumo de estas sustancias, la pérdida de dientes, la caries dental y la enfermedad periodontal fueron las principales manifestaciones orales.Conclusiones: El consumo de sustancias psicoactivas aumenta el umbral del dolor, enmascara los síntomas dolo-rosos de las manifestaciones orales y pospone la búsqueda de tratamiento odontoló-gico, empeorando en ocasiones la condición oral del individuo. Por lo tanto, el conoci-miento y la actuación del cirujano dentista en relación con el consumidor de drogas es esencial, desde la prevención, el diagnóstico y el tratamiento del caso (AU).


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Oral Manifestations , Periodontal Diseases , Oral Health/education , Substance-Related Disorders/pathology , Brazil/epidemiology , Epidemiology, Descriptive , Qualitative Research , Dentistry
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Rev. medica electron ; 43(1): 2808-2821, graf
Article in Spanish | LILACS, CUMED | ID: biblio-1156777

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RESUMEN Introducción: el diseño de instrumentos de medición es un proceso complejo que exige una elaboración rigurosa para lograr la obtención de un test que responda a las exigencias que generó su construcción. La validez es un proceso que requiere seriedad, tiene gran importancia en la actualidad porque permite la elaboración de instrumentos que facilitan medir parámetros con mayor veracidad. Objetivo: validar el contenido de instrumentos evaluativos del conocimiento sobre salud bucodental, en niños del grado preescolar, personal docente y familias. Materiales y métodos: se realizó un estudio evaluativo en el período de 2017-2019. Se valoraron los siguientes instrumentos de medición del conocimiento sobre salud bucodental: entrevistas dirigidas a niños, cuestionarios al personal docente y a las familias. La validación de contenido se realizó mediante el método de Moriyama y la técnica Delphi. Resultados: la validación de los instrumentos evidenció que el 100 % de las preguntas fueron razonables y comprensibles, sensibles a variaciones, con suposiciones básicas justificables, con componentes claramente definidos y derivables de datos factibles de obtener. En la validación por Delphi el 100 % de las preguntas fueron evaluadas con las categorías de muy adecuado y bastante adecuado. Conclusiones: los instrumentos evaluados resultaron ser confiables mediante la validez de contenido, lo que contribuyó al aumento de la rigurosidad del proceso investigativo (AU).


ABSTRACT Introduction: the design of measuring instruments is a complex process that requires a rigorous preparation to obtain a test answering the demands generating its construction. Validity is a process that requires reliability, it is currently of great importance since it allows the elaboration of instruments that allow measuring parameters with greater veracity. Objective: to validate the content of instruments for evaluating oral health knowledge in preschool children, teaching staff and families. Materials and methods: an evaluative study was carried out during the time period 2017 - 2019. Interviews addressed to children and questionnaires to teaching staff and families, both instruments for measuring knowledge on oral health, were assessed: Content validation was performed using the Moriyama method and the Delphi technique. Results: the validation of the instruments showed that 100% of the questions were reasonable and understandable, sensitive to variations, with justifiable basic assumptions, with clearly defined components that are derived from data feasible to obtain. In the Delphi validation, 100% of the questions were evaluated with categories of very adequate and quite adequate. Conclusions: The evaluated instruments turned out to be reliable through content validity, which increases the rigor of the research process (AU).


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Humans , Quality of Life , Oral Health/education , Interview , Validation Studies as Topic , Health Education, Dental , Memory and Learning Tests
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1287494

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ABSTRACT Objective: To evaluate the association of oral health indicators and social variables on the frequency of visit to the dentist by persons with intellectual disability (ID). Material and Methods: The study comprised a sample consisting of 149 participants with ID, aged from 11 to 29 years, from non-governmental institutions. Semi-structured interviews were held to collect sociodemographic and psychosocial information with their parents/guardians, followed by oral health evaluations in accordance with World Health Organization criteria. Crude analyses and multiple analysis were conducted to test whether oral health indicators and social data were predictors of the visit to dental care services. Results: In the multiple logistic regression model, individuals with lower DMF-t (OR=3.13; 95% CI=1.40-6.97) and those with less crowded housing (OR=2.33; 95% CI=1.06-5.12) presented less frequency of visits to oral health services. Conclusion: DMFT and crowded housing are associated to the frequency of persons with intellectual disability to dental care as well as this outcome measure affects the oral health of persons with ID. Therefore, identifying limiting factors to dental care of persons with intellectual disability is needed so that this group can receive adequate attention.


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Humans , Male , Female , Child , Adolescent , Adult , Oral Health/education , Health Status Indicators , Dental Care for Disabled , Persons with Mental Disabilities , Mental Health Services , Brazil/epidemiology , Logistic Models , Demography , DMF Index , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Surveys and Questionnaires , Data Interpretation, Statistical , Diagnosis, Oral , Observational Study , Preliminary Data
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1155010

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ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate the influence of parental depression and substance use in the oral health care of children with disabilities. Material and Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted involving 151 children with disabilities and their parents/caregivers. To detect the presence of depression and alcohol or tobacco use, the parents/caregivers answered three questionnaires: two versions of the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ), AUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test), and the Fagerstrom Test for Nicotine Dependence (FTND). Then, the children with disabilities underwent oral examination to evaluate biofilm control, gingival condition and the dental carie index (decayed, missing, and filled teeth - dmft ̸ DMFT). Results: There was a statistically significant association between tobacco use and dental caries in deciduous teeth (p=0.046). The children of smokers had six times greater need for dental treatment than that of non-smokers (OR= 6.36; CI= 1.3-30.5). There was no statistically significant association between the oral health of the children with disabilities and parental alcohol consumption and depression (p>0.05). Children with medical condition had a higher need for dental treatment than children with intellectual disability (p=0.003). Conclusion: Parental smoking habits increase dental caries in the deciduous teeth of children with disabilities, but parental depression and alcohol use do not influence the oral health of children with disabilities. Children with medical condition have more treatment needs than children with intellectual disability.


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Humans , Male , Female , Child, Preschool , Child , Adolescent , Tooth, Deciduous/anatomy & histology , Oral Health/education , Caregivers , Disabled Children , Depression , Parents , Brazil/epidemiology , Chi-Square Distribution , DMF Index , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Surveys and Questionnaires , Dental Caries/prevention & control , Diagnosis, Oral/instrumentation , Patient Health Questionnaire
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1154998

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ABSTRACT Objective: To evaluate the effects of commonly used smokeless tobacco forms on oral health at habitual placement sites of smokeless tobacco compared to non-placement sites among the North Indian population. Material and Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted among 542 individuals using smokeless tobacco recruited from the outpatient wing of the Dental College. Subjects completed a questionnaire and received an oral examination. Periodontal pocket depth, gingival index, plaque index, gingival recession, and oral mucosal changes were assessed. Kendal's Tau test, paired t-test, and chi-square test were carried out to compare different variables among placement and non-placement sites. Results: Most of the subjects were male, reporting an average of 11.26 years of SLT use. Clinical inflammation of gingiva was significantly greater (p=0.01) at placement-sites (1.64 ± 0.53) of SLT in comparison to non-placement-sites (1.40 ± 0.41). The difference in the GR and PPD at placement and non-placement-sites was also statistically significant with p=0.002 and p=0.001, respectively. Clinically, the majority of subjects had mucosal changes at the placement sites, and a statistically significant association (p=0.034) was observed between the duration of the use of smokeless tobacco and the mucosal changes. Conclusion: Smokeless tobacco use predisposes to increased risk of periodontal diseases and oral mucosal changes at the placement sites in an individual due to the local irritant effect.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adolescent , Adult , Middle Aged , Periodontitis/pathology , Oral Health/education , Tobacco, Smokeless/toxicity , India/epidemiology , Mouth Mucosa/injuries , Chi-Square Distribution , Epidemiology, Descriptive , Cross-Sectional Studies , Surveys and Questionnaires
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1154994

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ABSTRACT Objective: To compare prevalence of dental caries, oral hygiene status and associated risk factors of children in suburban and rural communities in the Southwest region of Nigeria. Material and Methods: Secondary data was extracted from cross-sectional researches conducted in two study locations involving 8 to 12 year olds. Data retrieved included age, gender, family structure, socioeconomic status, oral hygiene and dental caries. Caries assessment was done using WHO Oral Health Survey methods. Oral hygiene data was collected using Simplified Oral Hygiene Index (OHI-S) by Greene and Vermillion. Statistical significance was established at p<0.05. Results: The prevalence of dental caries in Group A and Group B study participants were 13.4% and 22.2% respectively. Children from rural community had significant higher caries prevalence (p=0.00) and poorer oral hygiene (P=0.00) compare with their counterparts in the suburban community. There was a significant association between oral hygiene, age and dental caries in suburban participants (p=0.02) while among the rural participants there was significant association between gender and dental caries (p=0.04). Children with poor oral hygiene have increased odds of having dental caries compared to children with good oral hygiene in the two study communities. Conclusion: Dental caries was more prevalent among the rural dwellers than the sub-urban dwellers. There is a need to make oral health care services/products available, accessible and affordable for the rural community.


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Humans , Male , Female , Child , Oral Hygiene , Rural Population , Social Class , Suburban Population , Dental Caries/prevention & control , Nigeria/epidemiology , Socioeconomic Factors , Chi-Square Distribution , Oral Hygiene Index , Oral Health/education , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Risk Factors
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1287499

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ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze caries experience depending on periodontitis affection concomitant or not with cardiovascular risks or mental health issues with the hypothesis that worse accumulated caries experience is not necessarily the result of the presence of concomitant overall health issues. Material and Methods: All subjects of this cross-sectional study were participants of the Dental Registry and DNA Repository project. Variables age, ethnicity, sex, caries experience, periodontitis and mental disease statuses and blood pressure assessment, dental clinical data (DMFT, DMFS and periodontitis) were evaluated and collected from the clinical records. We used chi-square, Fisher's exact, or Student's t-tests to determine differences in frequencies of sex, age, ethnicity, and dental clinical data depending on caries experience, periodontitis, mental health status, and cardiovascular risks. The established alpha was 5%. Results: Of the total 1,437 subjects included in this study, 407 were individuals with high blood pressure and 1,030 were individuals without high blood pressure. Also, 558 were individuals with mental disease and 879 were individuals without mental disease. High blood pressure patients were mostly men (47.17%) and women were the majority when analyzing patients with mental illness (60.04%). Most of the patients in the different groups were white, with a mean age ranging from 15.4 to 88 years. Conclusion: We concluded that caries experience concomitant or not with periodontitis affection does not associate with high blood pressure and mental disease.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adolescent , Adult , Middle Aged , Aged , Aged, 80 and over , Periodontitis/pathology , Oral Health/education , Dental Caries/prevention & control , Mental Disorders/psychology , Brazil/epidemiology , Chi-Square Distribution , DMF Index , Medical Records , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Data Interpretation, Statistical
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1287498

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Abstract Objective: To analyze the role of an individual's perception of their partner's oral health in heterosexual couples. Material and Methods: The exploratory study with a qualitative and quantitative approach and data were collected in households in 2015. The quantitative data were analyzed using simple and multivariate binary logistic regression (p<0.05), and the qualitative using Thematic Content Analysis. Results: Of 143 participants, 113 (79.0%) were in a relationship and made up the final sample of the present study. Both women and men reported a small percentage of discomfort in relation to their partners' oral health (23.1% vs. 14.8%; p=0.199), and only a few had received complaints about their own oral health (20.7% vs. 10.7%; p=0.179). However, almost half of the sample had been told by their partner to see the dentist (47.6% vs. 31.0%; p=0.156), and of these, most were men (48.3% vs. 25.0%; p=0.022). The men that were more likely to be told by their partners to see the dentist (OR=5.82; 95% CI: 1.71-19.80) were upper-class (OR=3.35; 95% CI: 1.05-10.67), workers (OR=7.45; 95% CI: 1.62-34.20) who were dissatisfied with their oral health (OR=3.45; 95% CI: 1.13-10.51). The participants' reasons for complaining of their partners' oral health or for telling them to see the dentist were related to physiopathological clinical aspects and healthcare habits. Conclusion: The women told their male partners to seek dental services more often, and future studies should explore whether women are predictors of care and the validity of this information as an indicator of the oral health condition of their male partners.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adult , Middle Aged , Oral Health/education , Epidemiology , Heterosexuality , Delivery of Health Care , Dentists , Brazil/epidemiology , Logistic Models , Multivariate Analysis , Surveys and Questionnaires , Qualitative Research
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1351210

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ABSTRACT Objective: To assess the occurrence of dental trauma in a group of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in comparison to children without the disorder. Material and Methods: This is a cross-sectional study conducted at the Department of Children and Adolescents Health in the Department of Health of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. The study included individuals with and without ASD, between three and 16 years old, and their parents/caregivers. Children/adolescents were assessed for dental trauma by clinical examination. All exams were performed by a trained and calibrated examiner (MCT), and intra-examiner reliability was previously established (Kappa=0.93). The Socio-demographic status was reported by parents/caregivers. Data analysis included descriptive statistics and generation of frequency distributions. Fisher's exact test was used to evaluate the association between groups of children/adolescents with and without ASD about the presence of dental trauma. The significance level was set at p < 0.05. Results: Sixty children of both sexes participated in the study, thirty with a diagnosis of ASD and thirty without. The age ranging from 3 to 13 years, with an average of 7.5 ± 3.2 years. Children with ASD had a higher frequency of dental trauma than children without ASD (p=0.02), and the most frequent type of trauma was enamel fracture (57.10%), followed by enamel/dentin fracture without pulp exposure (42.90%). Conclusion: Children with ASD, when compared to children who did not have ASD, had a higher occurrence of dental trauma.


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Humans , Male , Female , Child, Preschool , Child , Adolescent , Oral Hygiene , Child , Oral Health/education , Tooth Injuries/diagnostic imaging , Autism Spectrum Disorder , Parents , Brazil/epidemiology , Cross-Sectional Studies/methods , Surveys and Questionnaires , Data Interpretation, Statistical , Caregivers
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Article in English | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1346685

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ABSTRACT Objective: To study the influence of the first thousand days of life on establishing determinant behaviors for dental caries in childhood. Material and Methods: Longitudinal retrospective study involving 664 children born in 2009 living in a southern Brazilian municipality was carried out. Data was collected through interviews with mothers and through child's health card. Dependent variables were 1) tooth brushing onset after two years of age; 2) absent tooth brushing or once a day; 3) tooth brushing without adult supervision; 4) not having gone to the dentist until the age of 6; and 5) seek for dental services due to toothache at 6 years of age, over the last 30 days. Bivariate and multivariate analyses were performed using Poisson Regression to estimate relative risks (RR) and respective confidence intervals at the 95% accuracy level. Results: Mothers with lower schooling at child's birth presented a higher risk of "child's tooth brushing onset only after two years of age", "brushing the teeth once a day only or not brushing" and with "child not having gone to the dentist until the age of 6". Mothers who did not have a job when the child was born were associated with "not having gone to the dentist until the age 6". Children with gastroesophageal reflux who underwent hospitalization for more than 2 days under age 2 were associated with "seeking dental services because of pain at 6 years of age over the last 30 days". Conclusion: Higher risks of some determinant behaviors related to dental caries were associated with variables of the period of the first thousand days of life.


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Humans , Male , Female , Child, Preschool , Child , Child Behavior/psychology , Oral Health/education , Retrospective Studies , Cohort Studies , Dental Caries , Brazil/epidemiology , Risk , Multivariate Analysis , Regression Analysis , Longitudinal Studies , Dentists , Mothers
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