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Initiation of the carious process associated with exogenous factors among children with renal disorders

Sirma Angelova


Introduction: Diagnosed non-cavity lesions of the D1b type are indicative criteria for caries risk among different groups in child’s age.

Aim: The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of exogenous factors related to the initiation of the carious process among children with diagnosed pyelonephritis.

Materials and Methods: Children from 0 to 18 years of age with diagnosed pyelonephritis, as well as a control group of participants without common health disorders, are included in the study. The object of the study is the reversible D1b type carious lesion. By means of an enquiry exogenous factors for initial caries are registered and analyzed: applied forms of endogenous and topical fluoride prophylaxis, frequency of sugar intake, oral hygiene care.

Conclusion: Among both groups, the significance and application of exogenous indicators related to the initiation and management of the carious process are determined, even in conditions of disturbed common health status.


Keywords: initial carious lesion, exogenous factors, common health status, children;

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