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An evaluation of the Haavikko’s standards and Cameriere’s European formula for dental age estimation in Croatian children


Galić, Ivan; Vodanović, Marin; Brkić, Hrvoje
An evaluation of the Haavikko’s standards and Cameriere’s European formula for dental age estimation in Croatian children // Book of abstracts of the 21st International Meeting on Forensic Medicine Alpe-Adria-Pannonia
Sarajevo, 2012. str. 41-41 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
An evaluation of the Haavikko’s standards and Cameriere’s European formula for dental age estimation in Croatian children

Autori
Galić, Ivan ; Vodanović, Marin ; Brkić, Hrvoje

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Book of abstracts of the 21st International Meeting on Forensic Medicine Alpe-Adria-Pannonia / - Sarajevo, 2012, 41-41

Skup
21st International Meeting on Forensic Medicine Alpe-Adria-Pannonia

Mjesto i datum
Sarajevo, BiH, 30.5. - 2.6. 2012

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Dental age; Haavikko’s method; Cameriere’s method

Sažetak
Evaluation of teeth development is vaulable resource for age estimation in children. The aim of this study was to evaluate the Haavikko`s standards and Cameriere European formula for age estimation in Croatian children. Panoramic radiographs (OPG) of 1476 Croatian children (672 boys and 803 girls, aged 5-14) were evaluated and dental age was calculated as mean value of seven permanent teeth from left side of lower jaw for the first method (Haavikko, 1970), different sets of four teeth were scored, up to ten years of chronological age and over the ten years of age for the second method (Haavikko, 1974), and apices of seven permanent teeth from left side of mandible were evaluated by Cameriere’s method using European formula. Results: The mean difference between the dental age and the real age for both genders was smallest using Cameriere’s method (-0.11±0.71 year, p<0.001), following Haavikko method using four teeth (-0.25±0.79 year, p<0.001). Haavikko method using seven teeth underestimated the dental age the most (-0.96±0.99 year, p<0.001). Both Haavikko’s methods greatly underestimated dental age over thirteen years of age. Conclusion: The European formula by Cameriere was the most appropriate for age estimation on sample of OPGs of Croatian children. The specific Haavikko’s standards for Croatian children should be considered.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Dentalna medicina



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Projekt / tema
065-0650445-0423 - Humano zubalo u forenzičnim i arheološkim istraživanjima (Hrvoje Brkić, )

Ustanove
Stomatološki fakultet, Zagreb