La transmission de la maladie carieuse des parents à l'enfant : étude quantitative menée dans un service hospitalier d'odontologie

Abstract : Introduction: Recently several studies have been carried out at the University of Bordeaux to study early childhood caries (CPE). Our study aims to assess the knowledge and impact of risk of behaviors on the transmission of caries disease from parents to children. Material and Method: We carried out a descriptive epidemiological study within the odontology department of the Saint-André Hospital. 65 parent-child pairs were included. The inclusion criteria are: To be a child with CPE and have less than 71 months, to be treated in the odontology service of Saint-André hospital and to have parents with a level of French compatible with the study. The questionnaire consists of 9 open and closed questions. Results: Children are exposed to risky behaviors. Parents with knowledge about the risk of transmission have children with lower levels of CPE. Discussion: In this sample parents do not realize the impact of their behaviors on the oral health of their children. Conclusion: Even if parents know about vertical transmission, they do not change their behavior or their habits. More information is needed for the families.
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Martin Guillemet. La transmission de la maladie carieuse des parents à l'enfant : étude quantitative menée dans un service hospitalier d'odontologie. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02170929⟩

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