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Home use of interdental cleaning devices, in addition to toothbrushing, for preventing and controlling periodontal diseases and dentalcaries. Dentalcaries (toothdecay) and periodontal diseases (gingivitis and periodontitis) affect the majority of people worldwide, and treatment costs place a significant burden on health services. Decay and gum disease can cause pain, eating and speaking difficulties, low self-esteem, and even tooth loss and the need for surgery. As dental plaque (...) periodontal diseases, caries, and plaque. A secondary objective was to compare different interdental cleaning devices with each other.Cochrane Oral Health's Information Specialist searched: Cochrane Oral Health's Trials Register (to 16 January 2019), the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) (the Cochrane Library, 2018, Issue 12), MEDLINE Ovid (1946 to 16 January 2019), Embase Ovid (1980 to 16 January 2019) and CINAHL EBSCO (1937 to 16 January 2019). The US National Institutes of Health
. Conclusion For the outcome “caries”, in children with and without (initial) carious lesions of the milk teeth, the data provide an indication of a greater benefit for the application of fluoride varnish versus usual care without specific fluoridation measures. For further patient-relevant outcomes (in particular premature tooth loss, toothache, and [serious] adverse events), no hint of a greater benefit or greater harm could be inferred from the data available. In addition, no relevant effect (...) modification could be inferred, in particular by the following potential factors: age and sex, oral health, frequency of application and concentration of fluoride varnish, additional prevention measures potentially offered, and social-economical setting. Keywords: fluorides – topical, dentalcaries, child – preschool, benefit assessment, systematic review The full report (German version) is published under https://www.iqwig.de/de/projekte-ergebnisse/projekte-301/nichtmedikamentoese-verfahren/n- projekte
applied topical fluoride gels on the decayed, missing, and filled permanent teeth (D(M)FT) and decayed, missing, and filled permanent tooth surface (D(M)FS) indices were included. Studies were selected regardless of the severity of dentalcaries at the start of the study, the level of dental treatment, and ethnicity. Only those studies including subjects free of any systemic diseases were selected. 2. Search strategy To select eligible RCTs, we used keywords from the main questions in PICO to search (...) the results of previous studies, which showed that prophylaxis did not enhance the effects of fluoride application. On the basis of our findings, fluoride application should be recommended as a preventive treatment for toothdecay in children and adolescents. The effects of topical fluoride application on other conditions such as hyperesthesia, cervical abrasion in adults or the elderly, and dental root caries should be determined in future systematic reviews designed to provide highly reliable evidence
WITHDRAWN: Ozone therapy for the treatment of dentalcaries. Dentalcaries is a bacterially mediated disease characterised by demineralisation of the tooth surface, which may lead to cavitation, discomfort, pain and eventual tooth loss. Ozone is toxic to certain bacteria in vitro and it has been suggested that delivering ozone into a carious lesion might reduce the number of cariogenic bacteria. This possibly could arrest the progress of the lesion and may, in the presence of fluoride, perhaps (...) and lack of consistency between different outcome measures, there is no reliable evidence that application of ozone gas to the surface of decayed teeth stops or reverses the decay process. There is a fundamental need for more evidence of appropriate rigour and quality before the use of ozone can be accepted into mainstream primary dental care or can be considered a viable alternative to current methods for the management and treatment of dentalcaries.
Clear Aligner Therapy provides lower caries risk compared to Fixed Orthodontic Treatment UTCAT3365, Found CAT view, CRITICALLY APPRAISED TOPICs University: | | ORAL HEALTH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROGRAM View the CAT / Title Clear Aligner Therapy provides lower caries risk compared to Fixed Orthodontic Treatment Clinical Question Do clear aligners increase patient’s risk for dentalcaries when compared to traditional attached braces? Clinical Bottom Line The removable nature of clear aligners (...) reduces plaque accumulation when compared to fixed orthodontic appliances. Clear aligners may be preferential for patients with a high caries risk. Best Evidence (you may view more info by clicking on the PubMed ID link) PubMed ID Author / Year Patient Group Study type (level of evidence) #1) Jiang/2018 9 studies which included 427 patients. 190 patients used clear aligners, and 237 patients used fixed appliances. Meta Analysis Key results A decreased periodontal status is observed in patients
as clinical experience of practitioners. Care pathways for caries management in children aged 0-2 and 3-5 years old were first introduced in 2011. 18 Care pathways are updated frequently as new technologies and evidence develop. Historically, the management of dentalcaries was based on the notion that it was a progressive disease that eventually destroyed the tooth unless there was surgical/restorative inter- vention. Decisions for intervention often were learned from unstandardized dental school (...) instruction and then refined by clinicians over years of practice. It is now known that surgical intervention of dentalcaries alone does not stop the disease process. Additionally, many lesions do not progress, and tooth restorations have a finite longevity. Therefore, modern management of dentalcaries should be more conservative and includes early detection of non-cavitated lesions, identification of an individual’s risk for caries progression, understanding of the disease process for that individual
Asthma patients have an increased caries rate in primary and permanent dentitions UTCAT3328, Found CAT view, CRITICALLY APPRAISED TOPICs University: | | ORAL HEALTH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROGRAM View the CAT / Title Asthma patients have an increased caries rate in primary and permanent dentitions Clinical Question For an otherwise low caries risk patient, does asthma cause increased incidence of dentalcaries? Clinical Bottom Line Asthma patients have an increased caries rate in primary (...) and permanent dentitions. Best Evidence (you may view more info by clicking on the PubMed ID link) PubMed ID Author / Year Patient Group Study type (level of evidence) #1) Agostini /2018 36 studies Meta-Analysis and Meta-regression Key results After a thorough review of the literature, 36 clinical studies met SR criteria and were used in meta-analysis. The The Odds ratio (OR) for the pooled effect was 1.45 (95% confidence interval (CI): 1.22–1.72; I2, 71.8%; p Evidence Search "asthma" and "caries" Comments
: (5222 Views) Abstract Background and Purpose: Toothdecay is one of the most common problems in dentistry in this period. Therefore, considering the importance of this issue on public health, this study aims to provide a systematic review and meta-analytic study of the importance of dentalcaries in deciduous and permanent teeth in children, during 1 to 15 year age range. Materials and methods: A meta-analysis was performed for relevant articles in scientific databases including ، Medline (PubMed) و (...) ScienceDirect و Google scholar and SID (March 1997 to February 2016). Heterogeneity of study was checked using index. Data were analyzed using the Comprehensive Meta-analysis (CMA) software. Results: In the 22 papers submitted to the meta-analysis process, which included 13 articles of dentalcaries in deciduous teethchr('39')s and 9 articles of permanent teeth decay, 29225 individuals aged 1 to 15 years included group of deciduous teethchr('39')s 6118 individuals In the age range of 1 to 7 years
Papacarie is More Effective in Removing Caries in the Primary Dentition and Results in Less Pain Perception by the Patient UTCAT3323, Found CAT view, CRITICALLY APPRAISED TOPICs University: | | ORAL HEALTH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROGRAM View the CAT / Title Papacarie is More Effective in Removing Caries in the Primary Dentition and Results in Less Pain Perception by the Patient Clinical Question In children with primary dentalcaries, is the use of Papacarie, as compared to traditional methods (...) affect the patient's cooperation, since time is an important factor in treating children to manage their behavior during dental treatment. Specialty/Discipline (General Dentistry) (Pediatric Dentistry) Keywords Papacarie, caries, anxiety, minimally invasive dentistry ID# 3323 Date of submission: 08/22/2018 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Author Alaa Al Jameel, BDS Co-author(s) Co-author(s) e-mail Faculty mentor/Co-author Dr. Kevin Donly, DDS, MS Faculty mentor/Co-author e-mail DONLY@uthscsa.edu
of evidence) #1) Slot/2011 574 adult patients in 6 included studies Meta-Analysis Key 2015 3. Fluoride supplementation (with tablets, drops, lozenges or chewing gum) in pregnant women for preventing dentalcaries in the primary teeth of their children. BACKGROUND: Dentalcaries ( toothdecay ) is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases. Caries prevalence in most industrialised countries has declined among children over the past few decades. The probable reasons for the decline are the widespread (...) (artificial or natural) for the prevention of dentalcaries . To evaluate the effects of water fluoridation (artificial or natural) on dental fluorosis. The original systematic review (McDonagh 2000) included five objectives 2015 12. DentalcariesToothdecay - Wikipedia Toothdecay From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from ) Jump to: , For caries of bone, see . Toothdecay Destruction of a tooth by dentalcaries . Pronunciation Classification and external resources - - [ ] Toothdecay , also
/2017, 15.9% of these children had urgent dental conditions and 31% required preventive treatment. Children with previous caries experience are at increased risk for future toothdecay in permanent teeth or other dental-related costs (3). It is clear that despite dental screening in elementary schools, community fluoridation and expansion of Public Health’s oral health programming; there is a need for preventive efforts in preschool aged children. This allows a more upstream approach (...) , this Rapid Review will support the Nurturing the Next Generation Priority ii and the oral health program outcome of “reducing toothdecay in children and youth under the age of 18 years of age in Peel”. 2 Context It is well established that dentalcaries is the most prevalent and preventable chronic disease among children (4). Preschool years are a critical period of development; poor oral health can create life-long consequences for one’s overall health outcomes. If oral health needs are not addressed
Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early Childhood Caries in Children Less Than 6 Years Old: A Systematic Review Iproceedings - Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early Childhood Caries in Children Less Than 6 Years Old: A Systematic Review Select options Resource Center Journal Information Browse Journal Year: Published on 29.3.2018 in Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early Childhood Caries in Children Less Than 6 Years Old: A Systematic Review Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early Childhood Caries
care.For this cross-sectional study, pregnant women visiting pre-natal care clinics at the Palestinian Ministry of Health centres in the Jerusalem governorate were invited to complete a structured interview with questions about beliefs about oral health care and their oral hygiene practices. Screening for oral health conditions was done using the Decayed, Missed and Filled Teeth (DMFT) index to assess the women's dentalcaries experience, and gingival health indices (plaque, gingival, and calculus (...) Factors related to high dentalcaries experience in Palestinian pregnant women in the Jerusalem governorate: a cross-sectional study. Beliefs about oral health during pregnancy demographic factors, such as level of education and socioeconomic status, are associated with an increased risk of oral diseases during pregnancy. The aim of this study was to assess the oral health status of pregnant women and the relation to the women's oral health knowledge, beliefs, behaviour, and access to dental
,” “dental health,” “caries” OR “dentalcaries,” “dentaldecay,” “toothdecay,” “teeth decay,” “decayedtooth,” “decayed teeth,” “decayed-missing-filled-teeth,” “dmft,” “early childhood caries,” “oral bacteria,” “oral bacterial community,” “oral biota,” “oral pioneer community,” “oral micro*,” “oral acquisition,” “oral colonization”). Eligibility Criteria We included all types of observational (cohort, cross-sectional, and case-control) studies reporting results about the effect of mode of delivery (...) on early oral colonization and ECC among children 6 years old or younger. The exposure of interest was the mode of delivery defined as cesarean section versus vaginal delivery. Our outcomes of interest were: (1) prevalence of caries-associated species: S. mutans , S sobrinus , and S. salivarius ; (2) prevalence of microbial protective factors against caries: S. sanguinis and S. gordonii ; (3) prevalence of dentalcaries; (4) severity of dentalcaries assessed by the mean of decayed-missing-filled tooth
, Phone: +918087056794, e-mail: email@example.com 10.5005/jp-journals-10015-1557 How to cite this article: Kamalaksharappa SK, Dasgupta S. Effectiveness of Silver Diamine Fluoride in Children with Early Childhood Caries: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. World J Dent 2018;9(4):327-332. Source of support: Nil Conflict of interest: None INTRODUCTION The disease of ECC is the presence of one or more decayed (noncavitated or cavitated lesions), missing (due to caries), or filled tooth surfaces (...) of outcome assessment (detection bias) 5. Incomplete outcome data (attrition bias) 6. Selective reporting (reporting bias) 7 . Other bias. The percentage of dentalcaries arrested after SDF treatment in each study was calculated with respect to the number of teeth or tooth surfaces with active caries at baseline and the number of teeth or tooth surfaces with arrested caries at follow-up. The meta-analysis was performed using the Review Manager software (version 5.3). Only studies that reported
on environmental exposure. Author summary Dentalcaries (toothdecay) is a common disease in children. Previous studies suggest genetic factors alter caries risk, but to date there is a gap of knowledge in identifying which specific genetic variants are responsible. We undertook analysis in a consortium including around 19,000 children and investigated whether any of 8 million common genetic variants were associated with risk of caries in primary (milk) or permanent teeth. If identified, these variants (...) Consortium genome-wide meta-analysis for childhood dentalcaries traits Consortium genome-wide meta-analysis for childhood dentalcaries traits | bioRxiv Search for this keyword New Results Consortium genome-wide meta-analysis for childhood dentalcaries traits Simon Haworth , Dmitry Shungin , Justin T van der Tas , Strahinja Vucic , Carolina Medina Gomez , Victor Yakimov , Bjarke Feenstra , John R Shaffer , Myoung Keun Lee , Marie Standl , Elisabeth Thiering , Carol Wang , Klaus Bønnelykke
Ozone Gas Application on Oral Biofilm Does Not Effectively Arrest or Kill Bacteria Associated with DentalCaries UTCAT3271, Found CAT view, CRITICALLY APPRAISED TOPICs University: | | ORAL HEALTH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROGRAM View the CAT / Title Ozone Gas Application on Oral Biofilm Does Not Effectively Arrest or Kill Bacteria Associated with DentalCaries Clinical Question In patients with dentalcaries, does gaseous ozone therapy significantly reduce or eradicate the responsible bacteria (...) in oral biofilm compared to lesions that receive no treatment? Clinical Bottom Line When applied as a gas to an active carious lesion, ozone therapy does not significantly arrest or eradicate the bacteria responsible for producing dentalcaries when compared to active carious lesions that receive no treatment. Many studies that were reviewed show a high risk of bias and inconsistent methods to conclusively demonstrate that ozone therapy is effective in arresting dentalcaries or is a cost-effective
Fluoride supplementation (with tablets, drops, lozenges or chewing gum) in pregnant women for preventing dentalcaries in the primary teeth of their children. Dentalcaries (toothdecay) is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases. Caries prevalence in most industrialised countries has declined among children over the past few decades. The probable reasons for the decline are the widespread use of fluoride toothpaste, followed by artificial water fluoridation, oral health education (...) utilising the GRADE approach. We could not conduct data synthesis as only one study was included in the analysis.Only one RCT met the inclusion criteria for this review. This RCT showed no statistical difference on decayed or filled primary tooth surfaces (dfs) and the percentage of children with caries at 3 years (risk ratio (RR) 1.46, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.75 to 2.85; participants = 938, very low quality of evidence) and 5 years old (RR 0.84, 95% CI 0.53 to 1.33; participants = 798, very low