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Oral health knowledge and toothbrushing among North York school children

Oral health knowledge and toothbrushing among North York school children

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Published by Community Dental Health Services Research Unit : a joint project of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto and the Community Dental Services Division, North York Public Health Dept. in [Toronto?] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAleksandra Jokovic ... [et al.].
SeriesProgram evaluation report -- no. 1
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16936234M

Brushing teeth every day, with a soft – bristled brush and flossing between your teeth removes plaque from between the teeth, areas where the toothbrush can’t reach. The following preventive dentistry services are essential in preventing gum disease and maintain good oral health. Dr. Guorgui received his Doctor of Medical Dentistry degree from the University of Montreal in From there, he received training from some of the leaders in the dental field during a residency at the New York Hospital of Queens in New York City. As a professional. Dr. Guorgui is a recipient of the Canadian Governor General’s Academic Medal.

  Refugees are reported to experience high rates of dental disease, although there are limited data on refugee children. The aim of this study was to report on oral health in refugee-background children in Australia, and to assess their follow-up at dental -sectional study of opportunistic oral health screening and subsequent dental service use in refugee-background children. Our school nurse and a local dentist office will be coming in next week to teach our students about the benefits of proper dental health and how to properly take care of their teeth. I wanted to share some teacher approved videos, children's books, activities, crafts, and my lesson plans for the week in case you needed some ideas for your.

Visiting our dentist shouldn’t break the bank. However, most of us don’t understand the true value of oral health, and it’s upkeep. Most of us are quick to spend thousands of dollars on a vacation that may last a few days or a few weeks, yet are very hesitant to spend money when it comes to the one curve that lasts a lifetime and sets everything straight, our smile. The objective of this article is to define the underlying dimensions of psychosocial barriers to obtaining and providing dental care for young children among recent immigrants. Fifteen focus groups.


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Oral health knowledge and toothbrushing among North York school children Download PDF EPUB FB2

The aim of this study was to assess knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) toward oral health among 11 to year-old school children in a government-aided missionary school of Bangalore city.

Objective: The purpose of this study was to assess the oral health knowledge and practices among year old school children. Materials and Methods: The study sample consisted of school.

Health Surveillance Indicators: Child Oral Health | Toronto Public Health Page 3 of 6. Toronto School Comparisons. Schools in North Etobicoke, North York, North Scarborough and parts of the downtown core had a higher prevalence of tooth decay. Map 1 shows the prevalence of tooth decay by school in Toronto for The prevalence of tooth decay varied from zero to % by school.

Schools in North Etobicoke. Poor oral health is common among children with special health care needs. Access to dental care for this population may be precluded by cost, distance from a tertiary paediatric centre and the shortage of paediatric dentists trained in the care of medically complex by: Public dental health programs, which are provided to Ontario school-children up to the age of 14 years, promote equity in oral health by helping to ensure that all children have access to screening, prevention and health education services.

In order to ascertain whether or not inequities in use of dental services and oral health. Toronto: Community Dental Health Services Research Unit, Faculty of Dentistry; 45 y Assurance Report No.: Program Evaluation.

Jokovic A, O'Keefe J, Main P, Zanetti D, Ryding B. Oral health knowledge and toothbrushing among North York school children. Toronto: Community Dental Health Services Research Unit, Faculty of.

This study aimed to identify the risk determinants of caries and record oral hygiene status in recent immigrant and refugee children residing in Saskatoon and Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Convenience samples of3–15 year-old recent immigrant and refugee children, and 86 adult guardians were recruited.

Clinical examination of children and survey of their guardians explored the. Good oral hygiene practices, such as tooth brushing and the use of toothpaste, requires access to water. When access to water is poor, adolescents may forgo tooth brushing because it presents no immediate risks for their aesthetics.

Free oral health clinic November Special on Invis Sparks and Girl Guides Next Toddler Day Tooth Decay in Children. SuiteNorth York, ON, M3H 3R9 and proudly serves the surrounding areas of North York. Dentist North York Toronto - Family North York Dentist - North York Cosmetic Dentist - Kids Dentist North York - Invisalign.

Title: Oral Health AprilAuthor: Annex Business Media, Name: Oral Health AprilLength: pages, Page: 1, Published: Issuu company logo Issuu. Refugees are reported to experience high rates of dental disease, although there are limited data on refugee children.

The aim of this study was to report on oral health in refugee-background children in Australia, and to assess their follow-up at dental services. Cross-sectional study of opportunistic oral health screening and subsequent dental service use in refugee-background children. Introduction In Canada, dentistry is generally funded as an employment-based benefit or as an out-of-pocket expense rather than via the public health care system.

Consequently, socioeconomic status heavily influences access to dental treatment. In this system, persons experiencing poverty and homelessness face significant barriers to oral health care. Conclusions. We conclude that, while there was a high rate of dental caries in disadvantaged school children, there were no differences in the caries-associated microbiota, including S.

mutans, based on ethnicity or immigration status. Furthermore, while anaerobic subgingival, periodontal pathogens were also detected in children, there was no difference in species detection based on ethnicity. A pediatric dentist is a professional dentist for kids and someone who is qualified to meet the specific dental needs of children.

After fulfilling pediatric dentistry school requirements, the pediatric dentist also completes an additional years of training specific to dealing with children. The oral health of disadvantaged adolescents in North York, Ontario.

Can J Public Health ; [ Links ] Locker D, Payne B. Inequalities in oral health: Ontarians aged 12 to 19 years. Toronto: Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto and Community Dental Services, North York Public Health Department; High Park Dental Care is conveniently located on Bloor Street West, between Keele Street and Jane Street.

We offer a full range of dental treatments including cosmetic services. Our office is family friendly, wheelchair accessible and we are always welcome new patients. We are open Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-5pm and some Sunday appointments are available.

North York () Empress Walk Dental. Yonge St, Unit A1. North York, ON M2N 6Z4. Brush-a-mania | Promote oral health and awareness among young children. April is Oral Health Month. Celebrate with us. We have some great ways to keep your kids entertained this month and having fun at home while staying healthy.

Brush-a-mania Student Online Contest 1. Enter your children in our online contest at 2. Among all the dental injuries we treat in children, it is estimated that over 25% are sports-related, and the majority of these involve the top front teeth. Besides the immediate trauma, sports-related injuries can result in time lost from school and work, and substantial cost — up to $20, over a lifetime to treat a missing permanent tooth.

As you know, prevention is always better than a cure, so with this in mind, regular brushing teeth, maintaining oral hygiene, and regular visiting a pediatric dentist are essential for your children’s oral health. We emphasize preventive care, and Dr. Hamid Mirlohi encourages parents to take their children to our dental office from an early age.

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Shawnee Muskogee   The Cost of a Tooth Filling If you discover that you have a cavity, you’re going to need to get a tooth filling. As implied by the name, fillings are a solution that “fill” the holes in teeth left behind by cavities, replacing the decaying part of a tooth.

Fillings can also be used toRead more.Objective Cultural changes faced by immigrants and ethnic minorities after moving to a host country may have a detrimental or beneficial influence on their oral health and oral health-related behaviors.

Therefore, this paper reviews the literature to see the impact of acculturation on immigrants and ethnic minorities’ oral health outcomes.