Seq #121 Thursday, July 3, 2008

3:30 PM-4:45 PM Metro Toronto Convention Centre Exhibit Hall D-E, Poster
Epidemiology/ Early Childhood Caries
 
1184  Survey of dental caries in Filipino-Canadian preschool children
K.G. CARINO, and R. HARRISON, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
1185  The epidemiology of dental caries in preschool inner-city children
D.T. KOPYCKA-KEDZIERAWSKI, R.J. BILLINGS, and P.G. RAGUSA, University of Rochester, NY, USA
1186  Sugar and Caries in Riga's 6- and 12- year olds
J. GUDKINA1, A. BRINKMANE1, and I. ROGOVSKA2, 1Riga Stradins University, Latvia, 2Institute of Stomatology, Riga, Latvia
1187  analysis of caries prevalence of 12 year-old children in Shanghai
C. XINMING, C. LI, and Q. SHEN, Shanghai stomatological Disease Center, China
1188  WITHDRAWN
1189  Dental Caries Status of Karen Hill Tribe Students in Thailand
N. KORWANICH1, S. WANACHANTARARAK1, B. MAHAWAN2, and N. SUKSU-ART3, 1Chiangmai University, Thailand, 2Princess Mother' s Medical Volunteer Foundation, Bangkok, Thailand, 3The Princess Mother Medical Volunteer Foundation, Bangkok, Thailand
1190  Prevalence of caries in Germany assessed by DMS and SHIP
D. GÄTKE1, B. HOLTFRETER1, G. BRAUCKHOFF1, W. MICHEELIS2, T. KERSCHBAUM3, U. SCHIFFNER4, E. SCHRÖDER5, and T. KOCHER1, 1Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University, Greifswald, Germany, 2IDZ, Koeln, Germany, 3University of Cologne, Koeln, Germany, 4University of Hamburg, Germany, 5TNS Healthcare GmbH, München, Germany
1191  Factors Associated with Adult Rampant Caries in Kuwait
E.S. AKPATA1, A. AL-ATTAR1, and P.N. SHARMA2, 1Kuwait University, Safat, Kuwait, 2Kuwait University, Kuwait City, Kuwait
1192  Sample Size and Costs Estimate in Dental Caries Epidemiological Surveys
A.C. PEREIRA1, M.L. BELLON1, G.M.B. AMBROSANO1, S.M. PEREIRA1, E.P.S. TAGLIAFERRO1, M.C. MENEGHIM1, and S.H.C. SALES-PERES2, 1Faculty of Dentistry of Piracicaba - State University of Campinas, Brazil, 2Bauru School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo, Brazil
1193  Effectiveness of early diagnosis and intervention for early childhood caries
S. URIBE, University of Valparaiso CHILE, Chile, J. ONETTO, Universidad de Valparaiso CHILE, Vina del Mar, Chile, P. LIRA, Sr., University of Valparaiso, Chile, and R. MARIÑO, University of Melbourne, Australia
1194  Pain among children with Severe-Early-Childhood-Caries: A Pilot Study
R. SCHROTH1, L.M. BREAU2, and A. SEREBNITSKI1, 1University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, 2Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
1195  Pattern of the Effect of Fluoride Varnishes On Early Caries
B.T. AMAECHI, University of Texas Health Science Ctr at San Antonio, USA
1196  WITHDRAWN
1197  Prevalence and Incidence of Dental Caries in Venezuelan Infants
A.M. ACEVEDO1, K. HAGGARD1, D. GOMEZ2, and F. ROJAS-SANCHEZ1, 1Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela, 2Ministerio de Salud y Desarrollo Social, Caracas, Venezuela
1198  Cariogenic potential of sugared infant formula
C.P.M. TABCHOURY, A.M.C. PAPA, A.A. DEL BEL CURY, L.M.A. TENUTA, R.A. ARTHUR, and J.A. CURY, Faculty of Dentistry of Piracicaba UNICAMP, Piracicaba, SP, Brazil
1199  Adjunctive Chemotherapeutic Suppression of MS in Children with Severe ECC
R. BERKOWITZ, H. KOO, M. MCDERMOTT, M.T. BILTUCCI, P. RAGUSA, and R. BILLINGS, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, NY, USA

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