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Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 12 (2010), No. 2     15. June 2010
Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 12 (2010), No. 2  (15.06.2010)

Poster 493, Language: English


Analysis of oral health data from 13-15-year-olds from the ELSPAC study
Kukletová, Martina / Musilová, Kristína / Broukal, Zdeněk / Hollá, Lýdie Izakovicová / Kukla, Lubomír
Our study aim was to analyze the oral health state data obtained from 13-15 year old children from the ELSPAC group (European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood) monitored in Brno city.
Material and Methods: Randomly selected children from the ELSPAC group (n=780) were examined clinically for dental and periodontal status, dental plaque, dental calculus and orthodontic anomalies. The following clinical parameters were assessed: DMFT score and its components, gingival index (GI), plaque index (PI) and calculus index (CSI). Gingivitis was measured using the modified Löe-Silness GI index. The presence of plaque and calculus was recorded according Silness-Löe (PI) and calculus surface index (CSI), respectively, without any disclosing agents. GI, PI and CSI were recorded on selected teeth. Presence/absence of orthodontic anomalies and its severity was recorded. To evaluate of the significance of differences between groups, F test for quantitative and 2 test for qualitative parameters were used. The study was approved by the ethical committee of Masaryk University.
Results: Mean DMFT of the group was 2.82 (SE 0.36), share of caries-free children 25.4%. Mean GI index of the cohort was 0.204 (SE 0.011), grade 0 was found in 36.9% children, grade 1 in 43.0%, and grade 2 in 19.5%. Statistical differences (p

Keywords: Oral health data, DMFT, GI, PI, CSI, gingivitis, caries prevalence, Elspac

Conference/Exhibition:
September 3rd-5th, 2009
14th Annual Congress of the EAPD, European Association of Dental Public Health
Tromso, Norway