association between asthma and dental caries in Canadian aboriginal preschool children

by Jocelyne Abi-Nahed in 2007

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Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 2007.

StatementJocelyne Abi-Nahed.
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Association Between Breastfeeding And Dental Caries In children exposed to more versus less breastfeeding up to 12 months had reduced risk of dental caries increased risk of dental caries in children breastfed 12 months especially if frequent or nocturnal may be the prevalence of nursing caries was in davangere preschool population. dental caries prevention in public health programs proceedings of a conference october 27 28 Posted By Edgar Rice Burroughs Media TEXT ID Online PDF Ebook Epub Library low income families edelstein chinn dental caries in the central mountain district in taiwan the republic of china report 1 results of survey in and j.

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Objectives. The high prevalence and severity of caries among Canadian First Nations children is a growing concern. Dental surgery in hospital is often necessary to treat the signs of decay but does not address the underlying factors contributing to its by: Objectives: We tested a dental health program in remote Aboriginal communities of Australia's Northern Territory, hypothesizing that it would reduce dental caries in pre-school children.

Oral health is a fundamental component of overall health. All children and youth should have access to preventive and treatment-based dental care. Canadian children continue to have a high rate of dental disease, and this burden of illness is disproportionately represented by children of lower socioeconomic status, those in Aboriginal communities and new immigrants.

$1, per child, totalling $ million between and Children from low-income families, along with aboriginal, immigrant and refugee children are disproportionately a ected by dental disease, with between 50 per cent and 90 per cent of su ering from some form of.

Higher rates of dental caries in Indigenous children have broader health consequences. Inthe rate of hospitalization for dental treatment among Aboriginal preschool children was times the rate seen in non-Aboriginal preschoolers. When planning this study, we knew that fluoride varnish was effective in reducing levels of by: Dental Caries in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review Amir Azarpazhooh, DDS, MSc; Patricia A.

Main, BDS, DDS, DDPH, MSc, FRCD(C) ABSTRACT Objective: To develop a scientifically current and evidence-based protocol for the use of fluoride varnish for the prevention of dental caries among high-risk children and adolescents. Early Childhood Caries is defined as the presence of one or more decayed (non-cavitated or cavitated lesions), missing (due to caries) or filled tooth surfaces in any primary tooth in a preschool-age child between birth and 71 months of age.

The term "Severe Early Childhood Caries" refers to "atypical" or "progressive" or "acute" or "rampant" patterns of dental caries. Early childhood caries (ECC) is a major health concern that continues to negatively affect the oral health of infants and children today.

Dental caries is a chronic disease that in children is five times more common than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever.

1 Even with caries prevalence declining in the permanent dentition, decay prevalence in primary teeth is on the rise. The Canadian Dental Association endorses water fluoridation and topical fluoride use.

Developing dental caries is a nonclassic infectious disease process. The vertical transmission of Streptococcus mutans (the organism most associated with ECC) from caregiver to infant is well documented. Percentage of First Nations children living on reserve aged 6 to 11 years with dental caries, Canada, / Proportion of First Nations children 6 to 11 years living on reserve, by dental treatment needs according to primary caregiver perceptions, Canada, / 4 ABSTRACT Objectives: To determine if there is an association between longer breastfeeding duration and dental caries in healthy urban children.

Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional study of urban children aged l to 6 years recruited through The Applied Research Group for. To report the dental caries experience of preschool children within the north Brisbane region and to investigate the association between selected social and demographic variables and disease presence.

Fluoride Varnish in the Prevention of Dental Caries in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review Author: Amir Azarpazhooh Created Date: 2/5/ PM. Hongru Su, Renren Yang, Qinglong Deng, Wenhao Qian, Jinming Yu, Deciduous dental caries status and associated risk factors among preschool children in Xuhui District of Shanghai, China, BMC Oral Health, /s, 18, 1, ().

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Breastfeeding is a gift from mother to child and has a wide range of positive health, social and cultural impacts on infants. The link between bottle feeding and the prevalence of early childhood caries (ECC) is well documented.

In Aboriginal communities, the higher rates of ECC are linked with low rates of breast feeding and inappropriate infant feeding of high sugar content liquids. childrens risk for dental caries the most common chronic childhood illness Posted By Catherine Cookson Publishing TEXT ID d73d0 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library introduction dental caries is widely recognised as an infectious disease induced by diet the main players in the aetiol ogy of the disease are a cariogenic bacteria b.

determine whether there is an association between longer total breast-feeding duration and caries in young healthy urban Canadian children. The secondary objective was to assess factors that might modify the association between total breast-feeding duration and caries. METHODS This was a cross-sectional study of healthy urban chil.

The researchers showed that dental caries was related to the number of cariogenic bacteria in the mouth, but there was a significant interaction: the association between caries levels and the number of cariogenic bacteria was stronger in children with high basal salivary cortisol secretion, which in turn was related to low family socio-economic.

## PDF Dental Caries In Children ## Uploaded By Janet Dailey, overall dental caries in the baby teeth of children 2 to 11 declined from the early s until the mid s from the mid s until the most recent national health and nutrition examination survey this trend has reversed a small but significant increase in.

Development of dental caries is considered the most prevalent infectious disease worldwide [].Internationally, 60–90% of school-going children have dental caries [].The consequences of untreated dental caries include pain, absence from school, poor school performance, an increased requirement of general anesthesia during treatment, and an increased treatment cost [3, 4].

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Importance. Dental caries is the most common chronic disease in children in the United States ing to the – National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), approximately 42% of children ages 2 to 11 years have dental caries in their primary teeth.

Dental caries. defs. Significant association between caries severity and duration of breastfeeding (analysis not shown) Severity of decay higher in children who fell asleep with nipple in the mouth (ORp.

Our study identified an association between longer total breast-feeding duration and increased odds of parent-reported dental caries in a population of healthy urban children.

Relative to total breast-feeding duration of 0 to 5 months, there was a times increased odds of caries with total breast-feeding duration of 24 months or longer.

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The American Dental Association (ADA) is the nation's largest dental association and is the leading source of oral health related information for dentists and their patients. Early childhood caries (ECC) is defined as the presence of one or more decayed, missing (due to caries) or filled tooth surfaces in any primary tooth in a preschool-aged child.

In urban areas of Canada, the prevalence of ECC in preschool children is 6% to 8%, but in some disadvantaged Indigenous communities, the prevalence of decay exceeds 90%. dental caries among hawaiis school children Posted By Astrid Lindgren Public Library TEXT ID fc Online PDF Ebook Epub Library naziya r pradeep kumar i meignana arumughamm d srisakthi department of public health dentistry saveetha dental college and hospital dental caries.

To determine if there is an association between longer breast-feeding duration and dental caries in healthy urban children.

Methods We conducted a cross-sectional study of urban children aged 1 to 6 years recruited through The Applied Research Group for Kids (TARGet Kids!) practice-based research network between September and August.

Early childhood caries (ECC) is a serious dental condition occurring during the preschool years of a child’s life when developing primary (baby) teeth are especially vulnerable. It can be a devastating condition often requiring hospitalisation and dental treatment in .dental caries among hawaiis school children Posted By Dan Brown Publishing TEXT ID a43b99bc Online PDF Ebook Epub Library developing countries this reason could be largely due to the increased consumption of sugars and reduced exposure to fluoride thus emphasizing that dental caries .The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) works to improve children's oral health through communication and collaboration betwee n the medical and dental homes, and to make pediatricians and other health professionals an essential part of the oral health team.