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TThe current understanding of dental caries has not been completely transferred into the clinical practice to control caries lesion progression (severity / activity) and the individual risk of caries. This situation led to the development of the CariesCare International CCI Caries Management System (2018), derived from ICCMS™- International Caries Classification and Management System (2012) and the ICDAS - International Caries Detection and Assessment System (2002) in a consensus among more than 45 cariologists, epidemiologists, public health professionals, researchers and cliniciansfrom all over the world. The consensus aimed to guide dentists and dental teams in clinical practice, facilitating the control of the caries process and the maintenance of oral health in their patients. The general lack of implementation of an updated management of dental caries is evident in Colombia, in the survey of 1094 clinicians, teachers and students, failures were reported to adopt related behaviours, motivation barriers (remuneration), opportunity (in terms of relevance, physical/infrastructure resources, time) and training. As an additional barrier, the Colombian Chapter of the Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF), evidences the absence of a facilitating Oral Health Record (OHR), this situation lead to stablish a new Alliance between the Ministry of Health and Social Protection (MSPS) and the AFLC to develop an inter-institutional consensus at the national level, of a clinical history for diagnosis and management of lesions and caries risk. Finally, 55 institutions participated in this consensus, and we have just finished a pilot test of the forms to submit a proposal for national standardization from the MSPS. The aim of this multicentre case series is to assess after 3, 6 and 12 months in children oral health outcomes, caregivers' satisfaction and in dentists' process outcomes, after the implementation of the CCI system adapted for the COVID-19 era -non-aerosol generating procedures. Oral health outcomes will be evaluated in terms of: - Effectiveness of CCI to control bacterial plaque, caries progression and caries risk, and to achieve behavioural change in oral health in children. - Acceptance of CCI caries management adapted for COVID-19 through Treatment Evaluation Interventory in dentists, and in children/parents through satisfaction questionnaire. - Costs of CCI adapted for caries management, in economic terms, number and appointment time.
Description: With the implementation of the CCI 4D-cycle adapted for the COVID-19 pandemic characterized by the patient-centred risk -based caries management systems, the the primary outcomes consist in: At the tooth surface level in avoidance of individuals and average number of surfaces with caries progression. At the individual level consist in avoidance of caries risk level increase/no control, plaque control, and avoidance of extraction, pain, failure of the restoration.Measure: Outcome at the tooth surface and at the individual level Time: up to 12 months
Description: The perceived satisfaction of the process will be measure as a secondary outcome though a survey with a Likert scale. The parent´s satisfaction related to the management during the study, will be assessed with a five-point scale from very satisfied to very unsatisfied. Dentists' process acceptability will be measured with a five-point scale from very acceptable to very unacceptable taking into account the steps, the tools and the time required to develop the management included in the study.Measure: Parents' satisfaction and dentists' process acceptability Time: up to 12 months
Description: The changes during the study periods will be assessed by a survey to know the measured on the amount of the daily sugar intake (approximate sugar grams per day). The oral hygiene will be measured by calculating mean presence of plaque on the dental surfaces examinations.Measure: Children behaviour change related with oral health caring Time: up to 12 months
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