2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-81232010000700101
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Abstract: Estudo da prevalência de fluorose dentária em AracajuStudy of the prevalence of dental fluorosis in Aracaju

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“…This index corroborates studies that showed prevalence below 30% (Cimões et al 2007;Barros and Tomita 2010;Carvalho et al 2010). It is noteworthy that in Manaus/AM, in 2004, a low 12.4% prevalence of dental fluorosis was found at age 12 (Moura 2004).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 86%
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“…This index corroborates studies that showed prevalence below 30% (Cimões et al 2007;Barros and Tomita 2010;Carvalho et al 2010). It is noteworthy that in Manaus/AM, in 2004, a low 12.4% prevalence of dental fluorosis was found at age 12 (Moura 2004).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 86%
“…So, the oral health these schoolchildren showed a low mean of DMFT of 1.89 in relation to the World Health Organization, in Manaus DMFT of 3.31 (Moura 2004), as well as in relation to the Northern Region (Cangussu et al 2001;Carvalho et al 2010;Brasil 1996). However, the mean of DMFT was higher when compared to the results of studies in the Southeastern Region of the country (Meneghim et al 2006;Meneghim et al 2007;Brasil 2012).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the intra and inter-examiner concordance values for the kappa statistic were not divulged in either situation. In an independent study 4 in Aracaju of 196 schoolchildren aged between five and 15 who underwent an oral examination using the Dean index found an 8.16% prevalence of dental fluorosis.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The "questionable" classification is controversial in the academic world and can generate confusion, but according to Spohr et al [35] some studies choose to use this category as presence of dental fluorosis because of its importance in areas where the causal factor of dental fluorosis was exactly between the maximum of the harmless amount and the minimum of the quantity capable of producing very slight forms. Even considering the limitations, several population-based studies, in different Brazilian cities, made use of the Dean index [3,11,25,29].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%