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Impact of Dental Treatment under General Anesthesia or Intravenous Sedation on Oral Health-related Quality of Life in Pediatric Dental Patients
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 Title & Authors
Impact of Dental Treatment under General Anesthesia or Intravenous Sedation on Oral Health-related Quality of Life in Pediatric Dental Patients
Song, Jisoo; Kim, Youngjae;
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 Abstract
The present study aimed to assess the perception of a child`s primary caregiver on the oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) of dental treatment under general anesthesia (GA) or intravenous sedation (IV-SED) in pediatric dental patients. Self-administered questionnaires were completed before dental treatment under GA or IV-SED by 52 primary caregivers of healthy pediatric patients (10 years old or younger), and 43 (84%) of these caregivers completed the same questionnaires within 6 months after treatment. The Korean version of Child Oral Health Impact Profile (COHIP) and the Family Impact Scale (FIS) were used to assess OHRQoL in the questionnaires. The scores of COHIP and FIS improved after dental treatment. Demographic variables such as gender did not affect the improvement of COHIP and FIS, and age did not affect that of COHIP. However, baseline FIS score of younger patients was better than that of older patients before dental treatment. Regardless of the treatment variables, all COHIP and FIS scores were improved after dental treatment. COHIP score improved more in cases with pulp treatments compared to those without the treatments. On the other hand, FIS score improved less in cases with posterior stainless steel crown restorations compared to those without them. Anterior esthetic restorations and anterior teeth extractions did not affect the degree of improvement. Based on the primary caregiver`s perceptions, the OHRQoL of healthy pediatric patients was improved by dental treatment under GA or IV-SED.
 Keywords
Caries treatment;General anesthesia;Intravenous sedation;Oral health-related quality of life;Child Oral Health Impact Profile;Family Impact Scale;
 Language
Korean
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