Evaluation of a brief tailored motivational intervention to prevent early childhood caries.

  title={Evaluation of a brief tailored motivational intervention to prevent early childhood caries.},
  author={Amid Ibrahim Ismail and Steven J Ondersma and Jenefer M Willem Jedele and Roderick J. A. Little and James M. Lepkowski},
  journal={Community dentistry and oral epidemiology},
  volume={39 5},
OBJECTIVES This pragmatic randomized trial evaluated the effectiveness of a tailored educational intervention on oral health behaviors and new untreated carious lesions in low-income African-American children in Detroit, Michigan. METHODS Participating families were recruited in a longitudinal study of the determinants of dental caries in 1021 randomly selected children (0-5 years) and their caregivers. The families were examined at baseline in 2002-2004 (Wave I), 2004-2005 (Wave II) and 2007… CONTINUE READING


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