2017
DOI: 10.17219/dmp/79850
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Oral health parameters in the regional study among young seniors in an urban area of Wrocław

Abstract: Background. Regional cross-sectional surveys are a vital addition to nationwide epidemiological studies. They are characterized by greater intensification of risk factors distribution, and the conclusions drawn therefrom are better suited to local gerostomatological treatment needs.

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“…As shown in Table 7, there were statistically significant differences when comparing dental treatment funding and the values of the average number of missing (M), filled (F), and DMFT. Mean number of missing teeth was found to be almost twice as high in the group of respondents using only state financed facilities com- [12,26]. Considering the methodology of this study (inseparable daily frequency of brushing teeth and/or brushing dentures), observations of the study in West Pomeranian older adult individuals (77.5%) ought to be interpreted carefully.…”
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confidence: 83%
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“…As shown in Table 7, there were statistically significant differences when comparing dental treatment funding and the values of the average number of missing (M), filled (F), and DMFT. Mean number of missing teeth was found to be almost twice as high in the group of respondents using only state financed facilities com- [12,26]. Considering the methodology of this study (inseparable daily frequency of brushing teeth and/or brushing dentures), observations of the study in West Pomeranian older adult individuals (77.5%) ought to be interpreted carefully.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 83%
“…This is confirmed by another Polish and European regional and national studies. In a study conducted in Wrocław (2017) only 68.4% attempted to maintin regular dental appointments (at least once a year) [12]. Comparable results were observed in Pisa (Italy, 2011), at 70% [26].…”
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confidence: 95%
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