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5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)
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5조 42번 윤희정 (논문1)

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  • 1. Epidemiological studies of toothwear and dental erosion in 14-year-old children in north westengland. Part 1: the relationshipwith water fluoridation and socialdeprivation 폴리클 5조 42번 윤희정
  • 2. Objective The effect of water fluoridation upon dental erosion/tooth wear in the UK has not been investigated. Compare the prevalence of tooth wear in 14-year-old schoolchildren in non fluoridated district of north west England. Also the influence of deprivation and tooth brushing was also investigated.
  • 3. Design A random sample of 10% of the 14- year-old population in NW England was selected Fluoridation status as determined from water autority postcode listings
  • 4. Methods Tooth wear was scored on the labial, incisal and palatal/lingual surfaces of the 12 anterior teeth and the occlusal surfaces of the 1st molars. Table 1. Simplified scoring criteria for tooth wear SCORE 0 no wear into dentine 1 dentine just visible (including cupping) or dentine exposed for less than a third of the surface 2 dentine exposure greater than a third of the surface 3 exposure of pulp or secondary dentine
  • 5. Results
  • 6. Result
  • 7. Result
  • 8. Result
  • 9. Conclusion Children in non-fluoridated districts are 1.5 times more likely to have smooth surface wear compared with children in fluoriated districts. Fluoridation and use of fluoridated toothpaste twice a day provide added protection from dental erosion. The risk of tooth wear is greater with increasing affluence.

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