A Compendium on Oral Health of Children around the World: Early Childhood Caries

Morenike Oluwatoyin Folayan (Editor)
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Series: Dental Science, Materials and Technology
BISAC: MED016000

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Early childhood caries is of significant importance to the growth and development of preschool children. Multiple studies have highlighted how the lesion, if left untreated, results in retarded growth of the child. There are multiple studies on caries in general and less of such publications on early childhood caries in comparison. Yet, the impact of early childhood caries on the life and course of child development is significant. This piece of work pooled together publications on early childhood caries around the world. It highlighted the profile, pattern and risk factors for early childhood caries for 39 countries and pulled together information on 85 of the 193 United Nations countries where there are publications on the lesion. The authors were able to draw a global map of the disease profile and develop recommendations on important next steps for the global management of this lesion. Though the first and last chapters in the book summarise the global profile of early childhood caries, the book highlights country-specific peculiarities in the risk factors and early childhood caries prevention programmes. The authors did assume the story of early childhood caries is the same across the globe. This book was developed with the guiding principle that each country needs to understand the pattern of their early childhood caries epidemic so that they can develop appropriate programmes to address the country’s needs. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Preface

Chapter 1. Introduction to Early Childhood Caries (pp. 1-14)
(Morenike Oluwatoyin Folayan and Michael Abimbola Alade)

Chapter 2. Australia (pp. 15-28)
(Caitlin Agnew and Richard Widmer)

Chapter 3. Belarus (pp. 29-40)
(Natallia Shakavets)

Chapter 4. Brazil (pp. 41-54)
(Marcelo Bönecker, Jenny Abanto, Caroline Moraes Moriyama, Luciana Butini Oliveira and Thiago Machado Ardenghi)

Chapter 5. Canada (pp. 55-82)
(Robert J Schroth and Cameron G Grant)

Chapter 6. Chile (pp. 83-94)
(María Alejandra Lipari, Rosa Elena Sepulveda, Andrea Paulina Muñoz and Rodrigo Cabello)

Chapter 7. China, Hong Kong and Macau (pp. 95-106)
(Gillian H.M. Lee, Colman McGrath and Cynthia K.Y. Yiu)

Chapter 8. Colombia (pp. 107-114)
(Francisco Hernández, Ana María Moncaleano and Carlos Brito)

Chapter 9. Egypt (pp. 115-134)
(Maha El Tantawi, Wafaa AbdelAziz, Amira AbdelRaheem, Dina Attia and Mohamed Mehaina)

Chapter 10. Greece (pp. 135-144)
(Katerina Kavvadia and Andreas Agouropoulos)

Chapter 11. India (pp. 145-154)
(Navneet Grewal and Harneet Grewal)

Chapter 12. Indonesia (pp. 155-166)
(Rosa Amalia)

Chapter 13. Iran (pp. 167-178)
(Simin Z. Mohebbi)

Chapter 14. The Republic of Ireland (pp. 179-190)
(Anne C. O’Connell and Mairead A. Harding)

Chapter 15. Israel (pp. 191-198)
(Shmueli Aviv)

Chapter 16. Japan (pp. 199-206)
(Tomonori Hoshino and Taku Fujiwara)

Chapter 17. Jordan (pp. 207-220)
(Ola B. Al-Batayneh)

Chapter 18. The Republic of Kazakhstan (pp. 221-226)
(G.T. Yermukhanova, G.A. Karkimbaeva and O.B. Ospan)

Chapter 19. Kenya (pp. 227-234)
(Arthur Musakulu Kemoli)

Chapter 20. Kuwait (pp. 235-242)
(Aishah Alsumait, Mohamed ElSalhy and Mona Al-Sane)

Chapter 21. Libya (pp. 243-248)
(Arheiam Arheiam)

Chapter 22. Malaysia (pp. 249-258)
(Sarliza Yasmin Sanusi)

Chapter 23. Mexico (pp. 259-264)
(Hector A. Ramírez, Eyra .E. Rangel, Roberto M. Valencia and Andre M. Saadia)

Chapter 24. Morocco (pp. 265-276)
(S. El Arabi, A. Chlyah, N. Laaroussi, J. Ait Ikiss and M. Hamza)

Chapter 25. New Zealand (pp. 277-290)
(W.P. Fogarty, W.M. Thomson and B.K. Drummond)

Chapter 26. Nigeria (pp. 291-302)
(Nneka Kate Onyejaka, Bamidele Olubukola Popoola and Morenike Oluwatoyin Folayan)

Chapter 27. Palestine (pp. 303-310)
(Mai A. Dama, Abeer H. Albattah, and Ola B. Al-Batayneh)

Chapter 28. Paraguay (pp. 311-318)
(Ana María Raggio Adorno, Ana Marcia Amarilla Guirland, and Carolyn Andrea Rivarola Jara)

Chapter 29. Peru (pp. 319-328)
(Jorge Castillo, Camila Palma and Ailin Cabrera)

Chapter 30. Russia (pp. 329-336)
(Larisa Kiselnikova)

Chapter 31. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (pp. 337-354)
(Jehan AlHumaid, Shazia Sadaf and Maha El Tantawi)

Chapter 32. Serbia (pp. 355-364)
(Vukovic Ana, Carevic Momir, Markovic Dejan, and Vukovic Rade)

Chapter 33. Sudan (pp. 365-372)
(Balgis O. Gaffar, Randa M. F. Ibrahim, and Ibrahim A Ghandour)

Chapter 34. Syria (pp. 373-378)
(Eyad AlTawashi and Ola B. Al-Batayneh)

Chapter 35. Tanzania (pp. 379-388)
(Ray M. Masumo, Hery Mwakayoka, Mselle M. Hatib, Joyce Masalu, and Kijakazi O. Mashoto)

Chapter 36. Thailand (pp. 389-396)
(Prathip Phantumvanit)

Chapter 37. Turkey (pp. 397-404)
(Sera Simsek Derelioglu and Zahide Koþan)

Chapter 38. Ukraine (pp. 405-418)
(Inessa Yakubova)

Chapter 39. United Arab Emirates (pp. 419-426)
(Hamideh A. Daryanavard and Ola B. Al-Batayneh)

Chapter 40. The United States of America (pp. 427-440)
(Yasmi O. Crystal and Francisco Ramos-Gomez)

Chapter 41. Venezuela (pp. 441-452)
(María Gabriela Martínez Vázquez and Aída Carolina Medina Díaz)

Chapter 42. From the Present to the Future: A Global Profile of Early Childhood Caries (pp. 453-466)
(Maha El Tantawi, Morenike Oluwatoyin Folayan, and Mohamed Mehaina)

About the Editor (pp. 467-468)

Index (pp. 469)

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