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The relationship between child dental fear and clinical effects, and the importance of some etiological factors related to the development of dental fear in children, were studied in 3,204 urban Swedish children aged 4 to 6 and 9 to 11 yr. Information concerning child dental fear (as measured by the Dental Subscale of Children's Fear Survey Schedule),(More)
In order to establish normative data on the dental subscale of children's fear survey schedule (CFSS-DS), measuring child dental fear, and to study the influence of general fears, parental fears and socio-economic correlates on children's dental fear levels, a questionnaire was sent to parents of a representative sample of 4,505 children aged 4-6, and(More)
In recent decades software tools in the area of artificial intelligence have rapidly developed for use in personal computers. Interactive rule induction utilizing mathematical algorithms has become a powerful tool in data analysis and in making rules and patterns explicit. Data from a Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) elemental analysis of human dental(More)
The etiologies of dental fear and dental behavior management problems in children were investigated in a database of information on 2,257 Swedish children 4-6 and 9-11 years old. The analyses were performed using computerized inductive techniques within the field of artificial intelligence. The database held information regarding dental fear levels and(More)
AIM To compare two groups of children with externalising behaviour problems, having low and elevated caries risk, respectively. Those parameters were assessed in relation to behavioural characteristics and family structure, and to compare the caries risk assessment and gender differences in relation to children in general in the Region of Västra Götaland,(More)
Enamel structure is of importance in demineralization. Differences in porosity in enamel effect the rate of demineralization, seen between permanent and deciduous teeth. Individual differences have been shown in the mean mineral concentration values in enamel, the role of this in demineralization is not thoroughly investigated. The aim of this study was to(More)
  • John Noren, David Day-Chair, +4 authors RECORD KEEPING
  • 2006
Acknowledgements We wish to acknowledge the hard work and expertise of the volunteers who comprised the steering committee, the seed panels that produced the seed statements, the nominal and Delphi panels who refined these statements, and the facilitators who conducted the consensus process. This process began with the many meetings of the Record Keeping(More)
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