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Occlusal patterns of deciduous dentition in children from a new suburban area and a village near zagreb (second part)

Asja Miličić ; Zavod za ortodonciju Stomatološkog fakulteta, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Vesna Gaži-Čoklica ; Zavod za ortodonciju Stomatološkog fakulteta, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Rajka Brčić ; Dom zdravlja dr. V. Stančić, Velika Gorica, Hrvatska


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str. 263-271

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A cohort of 236 children of both sexes, aged 3— 7 years, were examined in order to study the possible impact of the degree of urbanization and population structure on the prevalence of defined occlusal features of deciduous dentition. The children were living and attendig kindergartens in a new suburban area, Sopot, and Velika Gorica, a village in the Zagreb district. Each child was examined 2— 3 times, in one-year intervals (575 examination, computer processed and mutally compared, indicated the following: — Occusion of deciduous dentition tin children from a new suburban area and a viillage near Zagreb is characterized by high variability in relation
to the prevalence and severity of the studied variables. — Most of the studied variables change in dependence of age, stages of development and mutual influences. — In the sample from the new suburbs, a higher prevalence of the distal, deep and cross-bite in older children as well as a higher prevalence of and increase in the severity of negative incisal steps, were observed in comparison to the village sample. — In the village sample, a reduction in the prevalence of the distal, deep and cross-bite in older children as well as a reduction in the prevalence of negative incisal steps, were observed in comparison to the suburbs sample.

Ključne riječi

occlusal particularities features, deciduous dentition, epidemiology

Hrčak ID:

105268

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/105268

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