Dissemination of dental caries, dentoalveolar anomalies in children of 9-12 years Tomashpil area of Vinnitsa region


  • A. S. Vasylchuk
  • Yu. V. Filimonov
  • A. V. Martyniuk
Keywords: epidemiology, prevalence, dentoalveolar anomalies, alternating late bite, dental caries

Abstract

An epidemiological survey of 109 children Vinnitsa region, Tomashpil area with aim to study the prevalence of dental caries, teeth anomalies and prevalence of certain forms of nosological in the late alternating bite. It was established that the prevalence of dental caries in children of 9-12 years is 73.5%, in the 9-year - 70%, in the 10-year - 64%, in 11 years - 78%, in 12 years - 82%. Pathological types of occlusion was 41%. It was established that the percentage of pathological nosological forms of of the total number surveyed by us kids was: prognathic bite - 8.5%, anterior bite - 3.8%, deep bite - 10,0%, open bite - 5.4%, cross- bite - 7.3%. Percentage of total occlusion pathological types was: prognathic bite - 20.5%, anterior bite - 9.1%, deep bite - 29,5%, open bite - 27,5%, cross bite -13.6%. The prevalence of anomalies positions of individual teeth was 69.1%.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Vasylchuk, A. S., Filimonov, Y. V., & Martyniuk, A. V. (2017). Dissemination of dental caries, dentoalveolar anomalies in children of 9-12 years Tomashpil area of Vinnitsa region. Reports of Morphology, 22(1), 155-158. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/253
Section
ANTROPOLOGICAL STUDIES