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Epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE index)

Epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE index)

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Published by FDI in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dental Enamel Hypoplasia.

  • Edition Notes

    A Technical Report adopted by the General Assembly of the FDI at its meeting in Rio de Janeiro, September 1981.

    StatementCommission on Oral Health, Research and Epidemiology, Fe de ration Dentaire Internationale.
    SeriesFDI technical report -- no. 15, FDI technical report -- no. 15, FDI technical report -- no. 15
    ContributionsInternational Dental Federation. Commission on Oral Health, Research and Epidemiology.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [159]-167 :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14737377M

    EPIDEMIOLOGY and DENTAL INDICES Nina Fatimah D. Borbon DDM 3. (Developmental defects of dental enamel index) DENTAL CARIES INDEX CARIES – progressive microbial disease of the calcified tissues of the erupted teeth, characterized by dimineralization of inorganic portions &File Size: 1MB.   Clarkson, J. (): An Epidemiological Study of Dental Enamel Defects in Fluoridated and Non-Fluoridated Areas of Ireland, PhD Thesis, University College Cork. Google Scholar Clarkson, J. and O'Mullane, D.M. (): Enamel Fluorosis/ Defects in 8 and 15 Year Old Children in Fluoridated and Non-fluoridated Areas in Ireland, Caries Res 20 Cited by:

    Firth's bias reduced logistic regression models were undertaken to assess the association between the main exposure (enamel defects) and caries experience. The prevalence of any enamel defect was %; the prevalence of diffuse opacities, demarcated opacities and enamel hypoplasia was %, % and %, respectively. Dental Indices study guide by whitney_suzanne6 includes 59 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.

    Cross‐striation counts in the crown of Individual were complicated by the presence of large developmental defects of the type described as enamel hypoplasia. The effect of these defects depends upon their position on the crown in different teeth, but the maximum cross‐striation count for the dentition as a whole nevertheless matched Cited by: Introduction. Developmental defects of enamel (DDE) are commonly encountered in clinical practice, and may be defined as aberrations in the quality and quantity of dental enamel which are caused by disruption and/or damage to the enamel organ. 1, 2 The presentation and severity of the defect are usually dependent on the stage of development during which the insult occurs as well as the extent Cited by:


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Epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE index) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Int Dent J. Jun;32(2) An epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE Index). Commission on Oral Health, Research and Epidemiology. Well-known enamel defects are amelogenesis imperfecta, dental fluorosis, enamel defects in permanent teeth caused by trauma or infection to the preceding primary teeth, and MIH.

Amelogenesis imperfecta (AI) is a genetically determined developmental defect of the enamel, affecting all or the majority of teeth in the by: 2. Developmental defects of enamel (DDE) can be caused by any local, systemic, environmental, or genetic factor that disturbs amelogenesis (1).

The affected enamel phenotype ranges from small opacities to total enamel absence, depending on the time, type, and intensity of Author: Paulo M. Yamaguti, Renata N. Cabral. An epidemiological comparison of Dean's index and the Developmental Defects of Enamel (DDE) index Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Public Health Dentistry 70(4) - July with.

J.M. Ainomo, T.W. Cutress, An epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE Index) Int Dent J 2 () D. Jackson, A clinical study of non-endemic mottling of enamel Arch Oral Biol 5: 3 () Cited by:   Developmental defects of the enamel (DDE) increase the risk for diseases that impact negatively on the quality of life.

The objective of this study was to compare the oral health quality of life of children with molar-incisor-hypomineralisation (MIH) and enamel hypoplasia; and assess if caries worsened the impact of these lesions on the quality of by: 2.

Dental caries experience is recorded using visual criteria modified from the International Caries Detection and Assessment System (ICDAS), and measurement of developmental defects is based upon the modified Clarkson and O’Mullane Developmental Defects of the Enamel Index.

After a dental prophylaxis (toothbrushing among all children and Cited by: 2. Developmental enamel defects may present as enamel hypoplasia or hypomineralization while dentine defects frequently demonstrate aberrant calcifications and abnormalities of the dentine-pulp complex.

FDI Commission on Oral Health, Research and Epidemiology () An epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE Index). Int Dent J 32, Developmental enamel defects, presenting as enamel hypoplasia or opacities are caused by damage or disruption to the developing enamel organ as a result of inherited and acquired systemic conditions.

An epidemiological comparison of Dean's index and the Developmental Defects of Enamel (DDE) index. J Public Health Dent. ; – doi: /jx. Li Y, Navia JM, Bian JY. Prevalence and distribution of developmental enamel defects in primary dentition of Chinese children 3–5 years by: Objecti ve: This epidemiological study of dental enamel defects in a group of Nigerian school children assessed the prevalence, distributi on and associated eti ological factors of developmental.

The prevalence of enamel defects on one or more index teeth of children in the three areas ranged from 30 to 42% in 8-year-olds and from 31 to 38% in year-olds. The percentage of children affected as seen by full-mouth examination was somewhat higher, ranging from 38 to 51 % for 8 year-olds and 58 to 63% for by:   Developmental defects of enamel (DDE) in the primary dentition are visible deviations from the normal translucent appearance of tooth enamel resulting from damage of the enamel organ during amelogenesis [].Clinically DDE can be classified into three types; demarcated opacity, diffuse opacity and hypoplasia [].Opacity is a hypo-mineralization defect involving alteration in the Cited by: Public Health mentioned developmental defects in the enamel as a significant predictive role in the initiation of dental caries.

Study conducted by Edward et al., reported higher prevalence rate of demarcated opacities in those permanent teeth of which their primary predecessor teeth had caries than in those without caries ( vs.

%, p Cited by: 5. Epidemiology and Dental Indices - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

EPIDEMIOLOGY and DENTAL INDICES Epidemiology • Gk, “epidemios” meaning prevalence terms epi = upon, among demos = people, district logos = study, word, discourse • Study of distribution and determinants of disease factors affecting the 5/5(2).

Developmental Defects of Dental Enamel Index (DDE Index) Review and technical report 1) Recommendations on classification of developmental enamel defects. 2) Guidelines for clinical examination, recording, analysis and presentation of data corresponding to developmental dental defects.

Pilot study to identify the possible etiology of cheese File Size: 1MB. Enamel opacities 8 year olds 15 year olds Nil Opacities Hypoplasia Nil Opacities Hypoplasia No Fluoride 71% 28% 1% 70% 26% 4% Full Fluoride 67% 31% 2% 63% 32% 5% Percentage of 8 and 15 yr old children with labial surfaces of maxillary incisors affected by enamel opacities/hypoplasia (DDE Index) Childrens Dental Health in Ireland File Size: 2MB.

The terminology used to describe the sheep enamel lesions is defined and illustrated in the F.D.I. Index () which is based on the appearance of human developmental defects of enamel. Hypoplasia is defined as a quantitative defect of enamel involving its surface and Cited by: Analysis of data from a –97 cross sectional epidemiological study of the dental health of a sample of y-old children living in Crewe, in north west England was used to compare normative and subjective assessment of developmental defects of by: 6.

Commission on Oral Health, Research and Epidemiology An epidemiological index of developmental defects of dental enamel (DDE Index) Int Dent J. ; – Ellwood RP, O'Mullane D.

The association between developmental enamel defects and caries in populations with and without fluoride in their drinking water. J Public Health by: Objectives: To compare the Dean's and DDE indices in examining dental fluorosis and diffuse opacities.

Methods: Survey of a random sample of 9‐year‐old children in Southland, New Zealand. Dental fluorosis was measured using Dean's index. Enamel defects were recorded using the DDE index. Results: A total of children ( percent) were examined: percent had diffuse opacities, and Cited by: For defects, the calibration exercise was based on diagnosis of photographic images (in lux).

26 The Modified Developmental Defects of Enamel (DDE) index 20 was used to classify the enamel of the permanent teeth using the buccal surfaces of index teeth (14–11, 21–24, 36 and 46).Cited by: