2018
DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232018232.18672015
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Factores asociados a la utilización de servicios de salud odontológicos

Abstract: Factores asociados a la utilización de servicios de salud odontológicosFactors associated with the use of dental health services

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“…Likewise, although high levels of education appear as a positive constant, the most frequent reason for seeking oral health services is the presence of pain or discomfort, above preventive consultations, regardless of the educational level Gao et al, 2020;Nazir, 2018;Quadri et al, 2018), which could explain why the oldest age group has presented the highest probability of care, as well as the mostly negative response to the use of oral health services even in the highest levels of wealth, with higher levels of education and informed about oral health care. On the other hand, the proportionate increase in prevalence by wealth quintiles and in patients with health coverage appears to be consistent with research that identifies high treatment costs, lack of health insurance, and lack of perceived need for dental treatment as the most common barriers that deter people from receiving dental care (Dho, 2018;Gao et al, 2020;Hernández-Vásquez et al, 2019;Quadri et al, 2018). The data from these studies, together with the results of the present study, indicate that the implementation of the Universal Health Insurance Law has increased the use of dental services in the population and suggest that, in Peru, affiliation with health insurance and the nature of the insurance will be determining factors for its use.…”
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“…Likewise, although high levels of education appear as a positive constant, the most frequent reason for seeking oral health services is the presence of pain or discomfort, above preventive consultations, regardless of the educational level Gao et al, 2020;Nazir, 2018;Quadri et al, 2018), which could explain why the oldest age group has presented the highest probability of care, as well as the mostly negative response to the use of oral health services even in the highest levels of wealth, with higher levels of education and informed about oral health care. On the other hand, the proportionate increase in prevalence by wealth quintiles and in patients with health coverage appears to be consistent with research that identifies high treatment costs, lack of health insurance, and lack of perceived need for dental treatment as the most common barriers that deter people from receiving dental care (Dho, 2018;Gao et al, 2020;Hernández-Vásquez et al, 2019;Quadri et al, 2018). The data from these studies, together with the results of the present study, indicate that the implementation of the Universal Health Insurance Law has increased the use of dental services in the population and suggest that, in Peru, affiliation with health insurance and the nature of the insurance will be determining factors for its use.…”
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confidence: 81%
“…The association between the use of oral health services and improved oral health status has been established when comparing similar socio-demographic backgrounds (Alsuraim & Han, 2020;Botello-Harbaum et al, 2012;Fisher-Owens et al, 2016). Likewise, various studies indicate that the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) are associated in different ways with the use of oral health services, according to the particular characteristics of each population (Aravena-Rivas & Carbajal-Rodríguez, 2021;Azañedo et al, 2019;Dho, 2018;Hernández-Vásquez et al, 2019;Kino et al, 2019).…”
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“…El tratamiento se torna en especial difícil cuando se llega a estados en los que estos casos necesitan la asistencia de terceros, cuando la higiene oral no puede seguir siendo efectuada de manera eficiente en forma autónoma, en pacientes incapacitados para valerse por sí mismos (parálisis, Parkinson, Alzheimer, etc.) 16 .…”
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“…Essa característica foi considerada um impedimento da generalização dos desfechos já que os fatores responsáveis pelas diferenças nos níveis de saúde bucal entre as populações envolvem o tipo e a frequência de ingestão alimentar, a prática e a frequência de cuidados de higiene oral, o tipo de serviços de saúde, o nível de acesso aos serviços públicos, as condições socioeconômicas dos indivíduos, as crenças, hábitos culturais e valores59 . Verificou-se, assim, que é desejável que as avaliações da ciência plural demanda por serviços odontológicos dissociem os setores público e privado com o intuito de ponderar as disparidades intrínsecas a cada um dos contextos.Como as características do sistema de saúde local são importantes no processo de investigação da utilização de serviços odontológicos60 , os desfechos alcançados pelas avaliações incluídas nessa revisão estão sujeitos a vieses inerentes ao seu país de origem. Logo, é relevante o desenvolvimento de estudos nacionais acerca do tema.…”
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