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Dental fluorosis prevalence and diagnostic test using Dean s index based on 6 teeth, and on 28 teeth

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dc.contributor.author Medina Solís, Carlo Eduardo en_US
dc.date.accessioned 2013-11-05T22:10:30Z
dc.date.available 2013-11-05T22:10:30Z
dc.date.issued 2008 en_US
dc.identifier.citation Medina-Solís CE, Pontigo-Loyola AP, Maupomé G, Lamadrid-Figueroa H, Loyola-Rodriguez JP, Hernández-Romano J, Villalobos-Rodelo JJ, Márquez-Corona ML. Dental fluorosis prevalence and diagnostic test using Dean s index based on 6 teeth, and on 28 teeth. Clin Oral Investig 2008; 12 (3): 197-202. es
dc.identifier.uri https://repository.uaeh.edu.mx/bitstream/handle/123456789/12103
dc.description.abstract Abstract To contrast the sensitivity, specificity, and positive negative predictive values between dental fluorosis prevalence scored on 28 (DF28) and on six permanent teeth (DF6), we undertook a cross-sectional study on 1,538 adolescents (12 and 15 years old) residing in Hidalgo State, Mexico, a naturally fluoridated (>0.7 ppm) area at an elevated altitude (>2,500 m above sea level). Dental fluorosis was scored using Dean_s modified index. Using the scores obtained for all teeth present (DF28) as a gold standard, we calculated the sensitivity, specificity, positive negative predictive values, and receiver operating characteristic and concordance index pertaining to the scores based on six teeth (upper incisors and canines). DF28 fluorosis prevalence was 81.7%; based on DF6, it was 58.7% (23% difference). Among 12 year olds, the difference between DF28 and DF6 was 20.1% (84.5 vs. 64.4%); among 15 year olds, it was 25.4% (79.4 vs. 54%). Among girls, it was 23.2% (81.1 vs. 57.9%) and among boys, 22.8% (82.2 vs. 59.4%). The fluorosis community indices were 1.75 (DF28) and 1.11 (DF6). All positive predictive values reached 100% while negative predictive values were below 45%. Concordance between DF28 and DF6 was 53.9%, and kappa coefficient was 0.40. Partial scoring of fluorosis based on esthetically important permanent teeth underestimated prevalence, compared to full-mouth scoring. The decision to use an abridged Dean_s index protocol must take into account the number of teeth examined, and which specific teeth are examined, to appraise the benefit of reduced data collection effort against possible information loss. es
dc.language es en_US
dc.subject Enfermedades y Alteraciones Bucales es
dc.title Dental fluorosis prevalence and diagnostic test using Dean s index based on 6 teeth, and on 28 teeth es
dc.type Article en_US


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