1 edition of Oral health status of high risk adolescents in North York found in the catalog.
Oral health status of high risk adolescents in North York
by Community Dental Health Services Research Unit : a joint project of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto and the Community Dental Health Division, North York Public Health Dept. in [Toronto?]
Written in English
|Statement||Martha Clarke ... [et al.].|
|Series||Health measurement and epidemiology report -- no. 10|
Children attending a school-based dental clinic, in an underserved city with a predominantly Hispanic population showed high levels of dental caries, which increased with child age. D. Locker, M. Clarke, H. MurrayOral health status of Canadian-born and immigrant adolescents in North York, Ontario. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol, 26 (), p Cited by: 6. According to the /97 National Population Health Survey, only 53% of the population aged 15 or older reported having dental insurance and only 59% reported visiting a dentist in the past year. 5. Clinical management: Physicians who see patients from high-risk populations might take the opportunity to counsel them on preventing dental caries.
H Murray's 12 research works with citations and reads, including: A Comparison of the Costs and Patient Acceptability of Professionally Applied Topical Fluoride Foam and Varnish. Sep 21, · Parental assessments did not coincide with the clinical assessments of 62 % of children. No correlation was found between parental awareness and children’s dental attendance. Children of African immigrants are at high risk for developing severe dental decay because of low parental awareness and lack of regular dental io-holding.com by: 6.
This paper examines the problems and help-seek- ing behavior of patients using health dics that pro- vide care for adolescents living in such high-risk neighborhoods. We report the results of the fast wave of a two-wave study that has an overall, ob- jective of examining health and psychosodal out- comes in consolidated and nonconsolidated Cited by: Though oral hygiene is part of personal hygiene practices, oral hygiene is at the greatest risk of neglect by children, adolescents and adults when faced with multiple life issues. Those in the labor industry (SIYP who also are working agents) often de-prioritized oral health practices in comparison to other personal hygiene practices [ 21 ].
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The Oral Health of Disadvantaged Adolescents in North York, Ontario Disadvantaged youth such as the homeless, the unemployed or recent immigrants are thought to be at high risk for dental problems, but data to support this hypothesis are rare.
Oct 29, · Abstract. Objectives. This study was designed to describe the oral health status of adolescents residing in northern Manhattan. Methods. Clinical, demographic, and behavioral data were collected from 3, youths who ranged in age from 12 to 16 io-holding.com by: 6.
Oral Health Publications. Oral Health Care During Pregnancy and Early Childhood Practice Guidelines. Oral Health Status of Third Grade Children: NYS Oral Health Surveillance System (PDF, MB, 16pg.) Oral Health Plan for New York State (PDF, MB, 49pg.). Toronto: Community Dental Health Services Research Unit, Faculty of Dentistry; 29 p.
Health Measurement and Epidemiology Report No.: 7. Clarke M, Murray H, Locker D, Payne B. The oral health status of 'high risk' adolescents in North York. Toronto: Community Dental Health Services Research Unit, Faculty of Dentistry; 23 p. Using interviews and clinical examinations, this study measured the oral health status and treatment needs of a convenience sample of disadvantaged adolescents aged 14 and older in North York.
The health status of adolescents can be characterized by the health conditions and behaviors discussed above. Not reflected in these data, however, is the fact that some groups of adolescents have particularly high rates of comorbid diseases, health conditions, or risky io-holding.com by: 1.
Poor oral health among immigrant children and youth may result from poor nutrition and diet, lack of fluoridated water, poor dental hygiene practices and limited dental care in the past. This is particularly true for refugee children and youth who are less likely than children and youth from other immigrant classes to have received dental care in the native countries.
The US acknowledged their own oral health crisis in a landmark surgeon general’s report in ,(10) and since that time, dental care has been identified as the most prevalent unmet health need of children in the US (16) and has been the focus of much research and policy io-holding.com by: Bright Futures Oral Health Pocket Guide is designed to be a useful tool for health professionals, including dentists, dental hygienists, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, and others, in addressing the oral health needs of pregnant and postpartum women, infants, children, and adolescents.
Interprofessional Initiative on Oral Health. Instructions for Use This tool is intended for documenting caries risk of the child, however, two risk factors are based on the mother or primary caregiver’s oral health.
All other factors and findings should be documented based on the child. The child is at an absolute high risk for caries if any risk factors or clinical findings, marked with a a sign, are.
the city of North York, Ontario, which was undertaken to analyze the oral health status of adolescents aged 13 and 14 years according to place of birth and time since immigration, Canadian-born adolescents had better oral hygiene and less decay and had less need of dental ser-vices than their immigrant peers That study also re.
The Oral health status of high risk adolescents in North York (Book) 2 editions published between and in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Oral Health Status of Adolescents: Surveys in the former City of Toronto indicate that 21% of ESL high-school adolescents have dental decay and 6% have conditions requiring immediate treatment.
In a study done on the oral health of street youth in the former City of Toronto, Gaetz and Lee () found that % had dental decay. Acculturation and Oral Health: A Review. Darshana Bennadi 1 *, Sibyl S 2, Nandita Kshetrimayum 3, Mythri H 1, and Bharateesh JV 1. 1 Department of Public Health Dentistry, Sri Siddhartha Dental College and Hospital, Tumkur, Karnataka, India.
2 Department of Public Health Dentistry, SRM Dental College and Hospital, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, io-holding.com: Darshana Bennadi, Sibyl S, ita Kshetrimayum, Mythri H, Bharateesh Jv. Oral health is a fundamental component of overall health.
All children and youth should have access to preventive and treatment-based dental care. Canadian children continue to have a high rate of dental disease, and this burden of illness is disproportionately represented by children of lower socioeconomic status, those in Aboriginal communities and new immigrants.
In Canada, the proportion. Jan 01, · Oral health care for children – a call for action. both in terms of oral health status and the use of dental services.(61 Locker D, Clarke M, Murray H. Oral health status of Canadian-born and immigrant adolescents in North York, Ontario. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol.
; 26 (3)– Lee AJ. A comparison of the dental. Jan 08, · Despite the increasing need to prevent obesity and oral diseases in adolescents worldwide, few studies have investigated the link existing between these conditions and their common risk factors.
This study aims to evaluate the oral health and weight status of New Caledonian Children (aged 6,9,12 years) and to identify, amongst year-olds, risk indicators that may characterize the Cited by: 3. Minority Health Oral health and use of dental services among Hispanics.
Oral health status of Canadianborn and immigrant adolescents in North York, Ontario. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol. Oral health status of Mexican–Americans with low and high acculturation status: Findings from southwest HHANES, – J Public Health io-holding.com: Xiaol-Li Gao and Colman McGrath.
Oral Health Statistics National Data1,2,3,4,5,6 • Tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease - 5 times more common than asthma, 4 times more common than early childhood obesity, and 20 times more common than. literature addressing the dental health status of adolescents suggests that this is a population at risk.
Adolescence is a period of physical, emotional, psychological and social change with unique characteristics that can impact on oral health status. Among these are the emergence of independent behaviours such as changes in dietary habits.
tween oral health status and markers of cardiometabolic health in adolescents and to track this association into early adulthood.
We hypothesized that poorer oral health status, deﬁned as reported tooth loss or periodontal disease, and deferred dental care are associated with poorer cardiometabolic markers, even after adjusting for.Data Notes: a Oral Health Survey of Third Grade Children The New York State Department of Health (DOH) has entered into a collaborative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to establish a surveillance system for monitoring oral health status, risk .immigrant adolescents in North York, Ontario.
Community Dent Oral Epidemiol ; Graphic created by CICH using images from Shutterstock and Big Stock Photo. Implications. Children and youth arriving from countries with limited dental care and where diets are high in sugar are at the highest risk for dental disease.