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The Effectuality of Parental Behaviour on Oral Hygiene Status of Pre-school Children of Bhopal City, India

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Dr. Binu Santha, Dr. Sudheer Hongal, Dr. Manish Jain, Dr. Vrinda Saxena, Dr. Vidhatri Tiwari and Dr. Naveen S. Yadav
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Abstract: 

Background: Factors related to parental knowledge, attitudes, and behaviour have been associated with parental abilities to promote adequate dental health behaviour in their children. Aim: To investigate the influence of behaviour of parents on their child’s oral hygiene among preschool children of Bhopal, India. Settings and Design: Cross sectional study conducted among the Pre-school children and their parents of Bhopal City, India. Materials and Medhods: The modified WHO oral health assessment proforma (1997) was used for this purpose. General information related to age, sex, educational level, occupation and monthly income along with the behaviour of the parents towards their child’s oral health were collected using a pretested, self reported, close ended questionnaire. Statistical analysis was done using SPSS Version 20. Descriptive statistics, chi-square, t-test and spearman’s correlation were applied wherever indicated. Results and Conclusion: The study subjects comprised of a total of 1383 preschool children, out of which 759 (54.88%) were males and 624 (45.12%) were females. The prevalence of plaque induced gingivitis among male study subjects was 3.69% and females were 3.21%. It was found that parental behaviours had a correlation with gingivitis and were found to be statistically significant (p<0.05). Hence it can be concluded that, the behaviour of the parents towards their child’s oral health may have a strong impact on the oral hygiene of preschool children. The maintenance of child’s dental health behaviour is of precedence as dental health is a marker of overall health.

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