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During the mixed dentition, similar amounts silnwss gingival inflammation are observed in permanent and deciduous teeth Matsson and Goldberg 14; Ramberg, et al. Relationship siness oral gram negative anaerobic bacteria in saliva of mother and the colonization of her edentulous infant.
Furthermore, a hormonal influence is strongly suggested on the gingival inflammatory process concomitant to pre-puberty and puberty Parfitt 17; Peretz, et al. Mother’s and child’s plaque and gingival indexes were recorded during clinical examination. In the children’s group, the eventual absence of proximal contact in the region of incisors may have also contributed to a lower plaque index. Transmission of oral Prevotella melanonogenica between a mother and her young child.
Also, bone loss and plaque and gingival indexes in the children did not show any correlation. A Dutch study pointed gingifal that a quarter of 12 years-old children were not supervised in their oral sulness care Petersen 20 However, very few studies correlated the clinical variables in pairs of mother and their children with mixed dentition, with reported habits.
Children’s Gingival Index was correlated to the variables mother’s frequency of flossing, mother with a job, children’s frequency of tooth brushing and children’s age. Significant correlations between plaque and gingival indexes were found in both groups. A longitudinal clinical and bacteriological investigation.
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PI ondex — Scattered plaque covering less than one-third of the buccal tooth surface. One trained examiner performed the all clinical examination. The clinical findings were also correlated with reported social conditions and oral hygiene habits.
The data obtained between these reported variables and Total Plaque Index and in Total Gingival Index the mothers group are shown in Table 4. Prevalence in patient groups and distribution of biotypes and serotypes within families. Medicine and health — Dentistry.
A five year longitudinal study of the gingival conditions of a group of children in England. Gingival sulcus gingivla leading symptom in initial gingivitis. Periodontal findings in spouses – A clinical, radiographic and microbiological study.
See also sulcus bleeding index. No bleeding on probing.
Löe and Silness Plaque Index (PI)
The fact of having a job was the only significant variable that was associated to gingival index in the group of mothers. Copyright and License information Disclaimer.
In the prospective study, all 12 examiners observed statistically significant differences between the prophylaxis treatment groups at the final visit for both mean number of bleeding sites and mean GI; the magnitude ranged from Periodontal status in childhood and early adolescence: Experimental gingivitis in man.
Periodontal disease in pregnancy. Plaque and gingival indexes were calculated separately for every mother and child. Self-esteem as a predictor of tooth brushing behavior in young adolescents.
Periodontal disease is one of the main causes for tooth loss. Questionnaires answered by the mothers were used to collect information regarding the mother’s and the child’s habits of tooth hygiene and the mother’s job, instruction level and family income.
CI 0 — No observable calculus. Graphical analyses were used to profile examiner styles with respect to using the GI index. Publications Pages Publications Pages. How to cite this article. Gingival inflammatory reaction in children at different ages. The influence of some behavioral and social factors in plaque and gingival indexes of mothers and children was assessed by using the covariance analysis tests.
Reference entries gingival index in A Dictionary of Dentistry Length: From the statistical analyses Pearson correlation test, student islness and Covariance analysisit was possible to conclude that there was a greater correlation between the plaque and gingival indexes in the mothers’ group than in the children’s group.
It has been long before when it was reported that children follow the example of their parents. Four surfaces per tooth buccal, lingual, mesial and distal were examined in every permanent and deciduous tooth except for third molars in the mothers group. Development of idnex in pre-school islness and young adults. A method was developed to mathematically relate the average GI score and degree of bleeding observed for a subject.
Mothers who did not present first molars and incisors were excluded from iindex study group.