2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1517-74912002000300004
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Abstract: ABSTRACT:The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of caries and risk factors in outpatients of the Pediatric Ambulatory of the Pedro Ernesto University Hospital aging up to 36 months. After signing informed consent forms, the parents answered a structured questionnaire in order to evaluate risk factors for dental caries, including socioeconomic status, oral hygiene and dietary habits. A single investigator carried out the dental examination which assessed the presence of caries, biofilm and gingival … Show more

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“…18,19 When non-cavitated lesions are included in the different socio-economic groups, the untreated caries prevalence rises to 35-97%. 12,13,20,21 These results can also be compared with some early childhood caries prevalence data in this age group, encountered during the last five years in Canada, ranging from 57 to 98%. 22 There are some other studies reporting the use of the ICDAS criteria among 1-to 5-yearold children in a population from Detroit, 23 with an early childhood caries prevalence (ECC) ranging from 30% to 44%, and a caries-free finding of 17%.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…18,19 When non-cavitated lesions are included in the different socio-economic groups, the untreated caries prevalence rises to 35-97%. 12,13,20,21 These results can also be compared with some early childhood caries prevalence data in this age group, encountered during the last five years in Canada, ranging from 57 to 98%. 22 There are some other studies reporting the use of the ICDAS criteria among 1-to 5-yearold children in a population from Detroit, 23 with an early childhood caries prevalence (ECC) ranging from 30% to 44%, and a caries-free finding of 17%.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…Em alguns estudos, a freqüência de escovação foi associada à cárie 22,29 , no entanto, em outros, tal associação também não foi observada 4,33,34,51,52 .…”
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“…Some authors do not present a definition for ECC, 40,64 while others use multiple definitions 12 or their own definitions. 65 As may be observed, most authors did not find a correlation between ECC and breastfeeding or with its duration. 12,[25][26][27]40,[65][66][67][68][69][70] The obtained results often are contradictory and the findings were not always reproduced.…”
Section: Breastfeeding Versus Ecc: Reasons and Counterargumentsmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…65 As may be observed, most authors did not find a correlation between ECC and breastfeeding or with its duration. 12,[25][26][27]40,[65][66][67][68][69][70] The obtained results often are contradictory and the findings were not always reproduced. The same was observed by Valaitis et al in a systematic review of 151 articles.…”
Section: Breastfeeding Versus Ecc: Reasons and Counterargumentsmentioning
confidence: 90%
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