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Haces AM, Cardentey GJ, Díaz LCZ, Sacerio BM, Calero DY
Piercing use in the oral cavity of adolescents
Rev Ciencias Médicas 2014; 18 (2)

Language: Español
References: 12
Page: 267-274
PDF: 121.58 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

Introduction: the use of intraoral piercing in adolescents constitutes a threat to oral health.
Objective: to clinically and epidemiologically characterize the use of piercing in the oral cavity by adolescents.
Material and method: a descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted at Dr. Modesto Gomez Rubio Outpatient Clinic from the municipality of San Juan y Martinez, Pinar del Rio, in the period September 2011 to January 2013. The universe consisted of 400 adolescents who presented to the clinic, out of which 250 were sampled, and selected through the simple random method. They underwent oral examination, as a summary measure the absolute number and percentage were used.
Results: it was found that 34 out of 250 adolescents examined had intraoral drilling (13.6%), out of which 24 are male (70.59%) and 10 were female (29.41%), of ages 15-18 being of higher prevalence, with 31 individuals (21.85%), the more frequent harmful effects were chronic gingivitis with 52.94%, followed by dental fractures with 47.06 %; 97% answered that their motivation was fashion.
Conclusions: the use of piercing in the oral cavity by adolescents studied occurs more often at ages 15-18, predominantly in male individuals, while the most common adverse effect is chronic gingivitis disease, followed by dental fractures, with fashion as a motivation.


Key words: Oral medicine, Oral health.


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