Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Assessing Dental Health
AbstractThe present study investigated the distribution profile of dental caries and its association with areas of social deprivation at the individual and contextual level. The cluster sample consisted of 1,002 12-year-old schoolchildren from Piracicaba, SP, Brazil. The DMFT Index was used for dental caries and the Care Index was used to determine access to dental services. On the individual level, variables were associated with a better oral status. On the contextual level, areas were not associated with oral status. However, maps enabled determining that the central districts have better social and oral conditions than the deprived outlying districts. View Full-Text
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Pereira, S.M.; Ambrosano, G.M.; Cortellazzi, K.L.; Tagliaferro, E.P.; Vettorazzi, C.A.; Ferraz, S.F.; Meneghim, M.C.; Pereira, A.C. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Assessing Dental Health. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2010, 7, 2423-2436.
Pereira SM, Ambrosano GM, Cortellazzi KL, Tagliaferro EP, Vettorazzi CA, Ferraz SF, Meneghim MC, Pereira AC. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Assessing Dental Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2010; 7(5):2423-2436.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pereira, Stela M.; Ambrosano, Gláucia M.B.; Cortellazzi, Karine L.; Tagliaferro, Elaine P.S.; Vettorazzi, Carlos A.; Ferraz, Sílvio F.B.; Meneghim, Marcelo C.; Pereira, Antonio C. 2010. "Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Assessing Dental Health." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 7, no. 5: 2423-2436.