2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2009000400005
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Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate anxiety and pain related to dental treatment in children under the age of five years. This cross sectional study was carried out with 2,735 children of both sexes.

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“…The Dental Anxiety Question (DAQ) validated by Neverlien 17 and adapted by Oliveira and Colares 18 consists of a single question: Do you think your child is afraid of going to the dentist? The following possible answers were provided: a.…”
Section: Outcome Variable Dental Fear In Childrenmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Dental Anxiety Question (DAQ) validated by Neverlien 17 and adapted by Oliveira and Colares 18 consists of a single question: Do you think your child is afraid of going to the dentist? The following possible answers were provided: a.…”
Section: Outcome Variable Dental Fear In Childrenmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Se encontró que haber tenido una experiencia traumática en la consulta odontológica es un factor de riesgo para la aparición de miedo dental y ansiedad en la consulta odontológica; una de las explicaciones más tradicionales para la adquisición de ansiedad y miedo dental se deriva del modelo de condicionamiento clásico, el cual explica que el miedo es adquirido tras una experiencia negativa o traumática 23 ; Locker, Shapiro y Liddell 24 reportan que la ansiedad dental se relaciona específicamente con un tratamiento invasivo o doloroso, evocando un deseo para evitar situaciones dentales posteriores.…”
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“…Interest in such subject has been increasing during the last years. Epidemiological studies about dental pain have investigated not only the prevalence of the problem, but also its association with socioeconomic and demographic factors and impacts in the quality of life [2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] . Most studies include scholars and teenagers as the study population, with only few of them considering younger children and pre-scholars at the deciduous dentition phase.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There is evidence that dental pain is frequent among preschoolers, even in populations with historically low levels of caries experience 2 , and pain produces an impact on the quality of life of children and their families 4,5 . In Brazil, studies with children younger than 5 years old have showed prevalence of 9.1% in Recife, 11.3% in Canoas, and 21% in Macapá 3,10,11 . Discrepancies among the Brazilian regions were also seen in a study using adolescents 12 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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