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Perceived aesthetic impact of malocclusion and oral self-perceptions in 14-15-year-old Asian and Caucasian children in greater Manchester.
Eur J Orthod. 2000 Apr; 22(2):175-83.EJ

Abstract

The aims of this study were to evaluate (i) the effect of ethnicity, social deprivation, and normative orthodontic treatment need on orthodontic aesthetic self-perception, self-perceived need for orthodontic treatment, and oral aesthetic impact of malocclusion; (ii) the effect of ethnicity, social deprivation, and gender on perceived orthodontic treatment need and use of orthodontic services; (iii) the influence of perceived oral aesthetic impact of malocclusion on perceived need and wish for orthodontic treatment; and (iv) whether orthodontic treatment experience influences perceived oral aesthetic impact of malocclusion. A stratified, random sample of 434 14-15-year-old children from schools in Manchester, UK, was obtained. Information was collected on orthodontic aesthetic self-perception and orthodontic treatment experience using a questionnaire. The former data were combined to form an Oral Aesthetic Subjective Impact Scale (OASIS). Normative orthodontic treatment need was measured with the Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN). Children with higher clinical need for orthodontic treatment perceived themselves as worse off than their peers with lower need. More socially deprived children or those with high IOTN aesthetic component (AC) scores had a higher (i.e. more negative) aesthetic impact (OASIS) score. Asians and females had higher IOTN dental health component (DHC) scores, but a better aesthetic appearance than Caucasians and males. More deprived children were less likely to have received orthodontic treatment. Despite this, OASIS scores were similar between treated and untreated children. Untreated children who wished for orthodontic treatment had higher IOTN AC and OASIS scores.

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Department of Dental Medicine and Surgery, University of Manchester, UK.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10822891

Citation

Mandall, N A., et al. "Perceived Aesthetic Impact of Malocclusion and Oral Self-perceptions in 14-15-year-old Asian and Caucasian Children in Greater Manchester." European Journal of Orthodontics, vol. 22, no. 2, 2000, pp. 175-83.
Mandall NA, McCord JF, Blinkhorn AS, et al. Perceived aesthetic impact of malocclusion and oral self-perceptions in 14-15-year-old Asian and Caucasian children in greater Manchester. Eur J Orthod. 2000;22(2):175-83.
Mandall, N. A., McCord, J. F., Blinkhorn, A. S., Worthington, H. V., & O'Brien, K. D. (2000). Perceived aesthetic impact of malocclusion and oral self-perceptions in 14-15-year-old Asian and Caucasian children in greater Manchester. European Journal of Orthodontics, 22(2), 175-83.
Mandall NA, et al. Perceived Aesthetic Impact of Malocclusion and Oral Self-perceptions in 14-15-year-old Asian and Caucasian Children in Greater Manchester. Eur J Orthod. 2000;22(2):175-83. PubMed PMID: 10822891.
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