Conclusion: Environmental tobacco smoke was found to be associated with dental caries
In the 3 years age group, the caries
were found in 15 children while 14 and 47 children had caries
in 4 and 5 years age groups respectively.
Linear and multiple regressions were performed to evaluate the predictability of caries
Pearson correlation and t-test have revealed that total decayed, missing, filled primary teeth (dmft) caries
score was also associated with 25(OH) D concentrations less than 30ng/ml, decreased oral hygiene, lower monthly income, increased sugar consumption, decreased milk intake and decrease outdoor activities.
served clinically as arrested caries
(dental scar tissue) As regulators are winding down the global use of dental amalgam, manufacturer's are searching for an alternative material that provides the same level of forgiveness and predictability of service plus the biomimetic properties that prevent the onset of furC.
6% prevalence of dental caries
among school going children  10% relative error and alpha = 0.
The Causes of Dental Caries
are Poor Oral Hygiene Practices, Deep Tooth Crevices and Enamel issues, Improper Nutrition, Sugar Floods, Acidic Foods and Drinks, Dry Mouth issues, Tooth Grinding, Age and Genetics.
De la caries
conocemos su etiologia e incidencia, aun nos hace falta aplicar en forma especifica, las tecnologias modernas de comunicacion para lograr mejores experiencias en relacion a su manejo y control.
Se consideraron como criterios de inclusion para ambos grupos, pacientes con diagnostico de DMT1 segun la Clasificacion de la American Diabetes Association Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (2013) y pacientes con edades comprendidas entre 4 y 16 anos, para G1 se incorporaron 15 pacientes que presentaran la enfermedad caries
dental y para G2 15 pacientes que no presentaran caries
Use of silver diamine fluoride should be combined in a preventive oral health program with use of sodium fluoride varnish for remineralization of early caries
lesions and application of sealants for prevention of caries
when resources are available
The sample size was calculated based on 50% prevalence of caries
, 10% allowable error, and 95% confidence interval.
Sugar: following the new World Health Organizations (WHO) guidance on reducing the amount of free sugars to prevent caries
, obesity and diabetes.