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Dental needs versus the elderly"s perceptions of these needs

Asma Javeed

Dental needs versus the elderly"s perceptions of these needs

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Published by Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto in [Toronto] .
Written in English


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Thesis (D.D.P.H.)--University of Toronto, 1983.

StatementAsma Javeed.
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Open LibraryOL15052788M

children with disabilities Children and youth who have special health care needs may also need specialized dental care. When people have physical, intellectual or emotional disabilities, they may have conditions that interfere with effective daily dental hygiene care.


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Dental needs of the elderly in the 21st century Article Literature Review in General dentistry 50(4) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Dental care and treatment needs of elderly in nursing homes in Saarland: Perceptions of the homes managers Article in Gerodontology 29(2):e.

The institutionalized elderly are those severely hampered by both physical and economic disabilities, and represent 5% of those older than The unmet dental needs of these individuals have been estimated at from 50% to 80% and are well documented.1–3.

To investigate the nursing home inhabitants’ perceptions towards oral health care and to determine the actual level of treatment needs. All nursing homes in the Federal State of Saarland, Germany were requested to participate in the study. A standardized questionnaire was utilized to assess patient attitudes and satisfaction with their oral health.

The state of oral health and dental Cited by: 1. Geriatric dental curriculum and the needs of the elderly replacing its perception of the elderly as an economic social burden, to one of senior citizens as being a respected and active source. Need perceptions for dental care play a key role as to whether people in general will seek dental care.

The aim was to assess the prevalence of perceived need of problem based dental care, dental check-ups and any type of dental care. Guided by the conceptual model of Wilson and Cleary, the relationship of perceived need for dental care with socio-demographic Cited by: Dental Management of Special Needs Patients Global Journal of Oral Science, 6, Vol.

2, 45 [15] Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthet ists. CONTENTS JUNE VOL. 51, NO. 2 The Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene is the official peer-reviewed publication of the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA).

Published in February, June, and October, the journal invites submissions of original research, literature reviews, case studies, and short. These trends call for health care professionals, such as nurses, to be well prepared to care for the specialized and often complex needs of the older adult cohort.

Simply being old does not imply a need for long-term care, as 76 percent of the elderly are fully independent. However, prevalence of long-term care need increases dramatically with age (Figure 2).

For the young-elderly population, those between 65 and 69 years of age, 13 percent need some long-term care; among those 85 years of age or over, 55 percent require by: This begins with adequate medical care, such as doctor's visits, dental care, foot care, eye care, physical therapy and psychiatric therapy, if needed.

If they need assistance with taking their pills or giving themselves shots of insulin, a home-health nursing system may need to be added to their daily plan of care. professionals’ perceptions are also relevant, as they influence the health care they provide, while users’ perceptions are related to the type of care provided (2).

Assessing patients’ perceptions and beliefs about dentists can provide relevant information to suggest ways to meet patients’ needs. Additionally, this type of assessmentAuthor: Rocío Belén Henríquez-Tejo, Ricardo Andrés Cartes-Velásquez. It is very important that the individuals get the many needs such as convenient health and leisure facilities, sometimes many elderly people tend to need help from a care worker.

SOCIAL NEEDS Usually at this is age if a individual has had kids the kids have probably moved out and got a job and so they can spend there days doing things they have always wanted to do providing that.

These demographic transitions essentially require shifting the global focus to cater to the preventive health-care and medical needs of the elderly population.

An ageing population tends to have a higher prevalence of chronic diseases, physical disabilities, mental illnesses and other co-morbidities.

The health needs and health related problems of elderly Cited by: Patients undergoing cancer treatment will generally need extra care due to the related side effects.

When head or neck cancer treatment is ongoing, salivary glands will be impacted, causing a dysfunction that results in xerostomia. Cancer patients should be educated in the use of products containing xylitol.

Long-term care professionals generally distinguish two types of supportive care needs for the frail: assistance with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), such as shopping or cleaning, and assistance with physical activities of daily living Cited by:   Special Needs and Disability. I’ve got to admit that when I joined the “special needs” community 8 years ago by way of giving birth to my daughter with Down syndrome, I was confused with all the “special needs” this and lity.

Patients’ perception of need frequently gives rise to a demand for health care. Patients are often unaware of the treatment options available and depend on the health care provider to suggest the appropriate care for their by: 7.

The importance of assessing health needs rather than reacting to health demands is widely recognised, and there are many examples of needs assessment in primary and secondary care. 21,30, There is no easy, quick-fix recipe for health needs assessment. Different topics will require different by: Emotional needs.

In addition to physical symptoms, people who are at a palliative stage often experience emotional symptoms, such as anxiety, loneliness, depression and anger, which are all associated with grief. Anxiety can include feelings of apprehension, fear and dread, which can lead to nausea, dizziness.

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The damaging impact of these assessments on young people’s relationships with professionals has been documented by other studies (Chase, Knight, & Statham, ; Crawley and Kohli,Franklin and Doyle, ).

Healthcare staff need relevant training to enable them to ask appropriate questions in a sensitive and respectful by: Generally speaking, Maslow’s hierarchy can be broken down into two different types of levels: deficit needs (D-needs) and growth or being needs (B-needs).

D-needs, like physiological, safety, belonging and love, and esteem, exist due to deprivation, which. Senior dental problems can be common, from dry mouth to periodontal disease, and since oral health directly impacts the health of the rest of the body, these issues need to be taken seriously.

Taking care of elderly teeth and gums is. Many times there's just not a provider willing to take someone new," especially if that someone is an elder with complex dental needs.

While data on the oral health of the elderly and on residents of nursing homes in particular is spotty, broad national studies indicate that unmet dental needs are rising among low-income seniors generally.

The main findings were that patients over 80 years old compared to patients between 45 and 55 years old experienced significantly higher rates of day mortality (6% versus versus 14%) and prolonged length of stay after open (37% versus 24%) and laparoscopic procedures (% versus 18%).Cited by: 2.

Adults with Special Needs and Learning Disabilities. Adults with with special needs and learning disabilities (also called adult learning difficulties or intellectual difficulties in some countries) often have difficulties with communication which can be related to speech and language, social skills and/or behaviour.

The need to move toward a revised curriculum with aging content integrated throughout the undergraduate program versus specific time points described by Jansen and Morse 49 provides a more holistic approach to the teaching of nursing theory and practice.

This study showed a significant increase in positive attitudes toward the elderly with the Cited by: About Medical Care for The Elderly.

This generally accepted perception of aging in our country has resulted in the elderly themselves and in the community at large regarding older people as less valuable than younger people. The assumption is that the elderly have lost the ability to think clearly, to learn new things and they are generally.

The most commonly reported need in Oklahoma was dental care, a need perceived by % of pregnant women, but a service received by only % of those who cited the need.

The American Academy of Periodontology recommends women visit dentists for care during their pregnancy (6). Autism and Dental Care – This printable PDF is an excellent guide for you to be able to share all the information we have collected on this page.

Questions to Ask Your Dentist Before an Appointment – Dr. Greg Grillo compiled a list of useful questions that you can print and take with you when you meet with prospective dentists. Despite interpersonal conflict, adult children are often compelled by obligation to persist as caregivers.

Therefore, health care professionals need to be sensitive to the perceptions and needs of care recipients and caregivers, in order to help both parties negotiate new roles and behaviors, and attain healthier outcomes for all involved. These increases will be reflected in the number of people seeking medical care.

Processes will need to be streamlined to adapt to appointment requests. Integrating online appointment booking now can keep current patients satisfied while recruiting new patients. Old age is the final phase in the life of human being. Among several stages, two stages are of almost significance in the life of human being.

The first stage is childhood and the second stage is old age or the period of aging which needs a lot of adjustment and care. Therefore it is a very critical period in the life of the human being. Data-driven Dentistry: A series on mobile tech, big data, and oral health.

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The aims of this study were: 1. To assess the attitudes of dental students towards the elderly in a cross-sectional study at two British dental schools.

To present initial data from a longitudinal study of students at one of these schools. To collect data from clinical dental students on their perceptions of treating elderly by: 8. Aim: It is important to meet the aesthetic expectation regarding the smile concept of both dentists and non-professionals after treatment is complete.

Therefore, the study aims to evaluate the effects of altered displays in incisors, gingival margin, and other smile-related-factors on dentists’ vs.

non-professionals’ aesthetics perceptions. Materials and method: Author: Vo Truong Nhu Ngoc, Dang-Khoa Tran, Truong Manh Dung, Nguyen Viet Anh, Vu Thi Nga, Le Quynh Anh, Le.

Like Juan Davila answered below “Social devaluation is the systemic belief that a group or person has less social value than others” all caused by a massive ignorance born of a Egotistical Meaning Making Process that has defined the Identities of.

While the research on spiritual needs of patients with chronic and life-threatening diseases increases, there is limited knowledge about psychosocial and spiritual needs of elderly living in residential/nursing homes. We were interested in which needs were of relevance at all, and how these needs are related to life satisfaction and mood states.

For that purpose we enrolled Cited by: perception that oral care is more disagreeable than other nursing cares, that poor oral health and elderly are a normal aging process, inadequate health care programs and low motivation among the nursing staff are seen to be factors that affect oral health care provided.

(Nitschke, Majdani, Sobotta, Reiber and Hopfenmuller). Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and .Although this finding might be because some adults with disabilities were edentulous, which could not be confirmed using the database, it is reasonable to suggest that the result reflects the high unmet treatment needs of this patient group when considering the higher DMFT and poorer oral health status.5, 9, 10 Both operative dental treatments Author: Po-Yen Lin, Po-Yen Lin, Kuang-Wen Wang, Yu-Kang Tu, Hsin-Ming Chen, Lin-Yang Chi, Chun-Pin Lin.Perception is the process which people are aware of objects and events in the external world.

Perception occurs in five stages: stimulation, organization, interpretation-evaluation, memory and recall.

People studied perception as the need to solve a particular problems, arise simply from intellectual curiosity about themselves and the world.