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Evidence for dental caries decline among children in an East European country (Hungary)
Penulis
: Szo¨ke J, Petersen PE
Edisi
: 2
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Penerbit
: Blackwell Synergy
Tahun
: 2000
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In Central and Eastern Europe oral health systems are in transition due to the economic and political changes. The aim of the present study was to highlight the long-term trend in dental caries prevalence of Hungarian children. A WHO National Pathfinder Survey of oral health status was conducted in 1996 which included 6-year-olds (n½900) and 12-year-olds (n½900). Similar surveys were performed in 1985 (age 6–7, n½895; age 12, n½893) and in 1991 (age 5–6, n½ 898; age 12, n½898) and the surveys were based on the same sites and examination criteria. Clinical data were collected by trained dental examiners according to the WHO Basic Methods. In 1996, 73% of 5–6-year-olds and 84.5% of 12-yearolds were affected by dental caries.

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