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Role of Psychologic Factors in Dental Practice with Siblings

Ančica Pećina-Hrnčević ; Zavod za dječju i preventivnu stomatologiju, Stomatološkog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Nevenka Stevanović ; Zavod za dječju i preventivnu stomatologiju, Stomatološkog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska


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str. 117-121

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Results o f a study of psychologic environmental factors and eir effects on siblings in terms o f fear from dental interventions *e presented. Thirty pairs o f siblings aged 6—15 years, treated at e Zagreb University Institute of Pediatric and Preventive Dental redicine in Zagreb, were included in the study. The main criterionfor inclusion in the study was the fact that one child accepted the treatment without reluctance, while the other child from the same family refused it or accepted it with considerable difficulties. According to this criterion, a cooperative group and a non-cooperative group of children were formed. The study was performed using a poll taken by means of a special questionnaire containing 2 2 questions. Results showed the psychologic environmental factors to have a marked but not most important role in the genesis of fear from dental interventions in children. Each child revealed himself/ herself to be a person of his/her own, whereas environment, i.e. upbringing and education, was found to induce specific reactions in each of them. Therefore, care must be taken by a dental doctor-pedodontist to approach each little patient individually, fully respecting his/her personality.

Ključne riječi

dental medicine, psychologic factors, siblings

Hrčak ID:

100790

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/100790

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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