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dc.creatorOcampo Parra, Paola-
dc.creatorEscobar Toro, Bibiana-
dc.creatorSierra Alzate, Valentina-
dc.creatorRueda Z.V.-
dc.creatorLema, María Clara-
dc.date.accessioned2021-12-16T22:15:49Z-
dc.date.available2021-12-16T22:15:49Z-
dc.date.issued2015-
dc.identifierhttps://doi.org/10.16925/od.v12i24.1658-
dc.identifier.issn14726831es
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12494/41829-
dc.description.abstractBackground: Anterior open bite AOB is the most common malocclusion associated with speech disorders and the literature has shown that problems of occlusion involve all oral functions. AOB not only produce aesthetic and occlusal problems for the patient and modifies the union of the lips, tongue, teeth, palate, palatal rugae and oropharynx, and thus affecting the ability to communicate well with their surroundings. The prevalence of AOB in children and adolescent in our population is unknown. Furthermore, the most frequent type of dyslalias in children with this malocclusion is also unknown. Therefore, the aim of the study was to describe the frequency and types of dyslalia in students between 8-16 years with AOB, as well as the difference in the types of dyslalia according to the magnitude of AOB. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted. Clinical assessment of AOB in students from the municipality of Envigado, Colombia, was performed. Students from 8 to16 years of age were examined during the second semester of 2011 and first semester of 2012. Phonoaudiological assessment was carried out in students in the mixed or permanent dentition. Exclusion criteria included children with history of systemic disease, altered skeletal development, neurological and psychiatric disorders, and residents in other departments. In addition, students undergoing orthodontic treatment at the time of evaluation or with history of previous orthodontic treatment, as well as those who did not cooperate with the oral cavity evaluation, were excluded. Results: Six thousand one hundred sixty five children were evaluated. One hundred sixty six presented AOB (prevalence: 2.7 %; 95 % CI: 2.28-3.10). Thirty four students were excluded. 26.5 % of the sample presented mild AOB, 66.7 % moderate, and 6.8 % severe. Some type of dyslalia was found in 77.4 % of the students, being distortion (75.8 %) the most common. The most frequently altered phonemes were: / d / t / s / ch / ñ /. No significant association between different types of dyslalia and AOB severity (p-value = 0.974) was found. Conclusion: Prevalence of AOB in Envigado is low (2.7 %). Phonation alterations are very common in children with AOB (77.8 %), and distortion is the most frequent type of dyslalia (75.8 %). In order to diagnose and treat occlusal and phonetic problems, and to avoid possible recurrence, interdisciplinary approach is recommended. © 2015 Ocampo-Parra et al.es
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dc.format.extent77-77es
dc.publisherBioMed Central Ltd.es
dc.relation.ispartofBMC Oral Healthes
dc.subjectadolescentes
dc.subjectanatomy and histologyes
dc.subjectArticulation Disorderses
dc.subjectchildes
dc.subjectColombiaes
dc.subjectcross-sectional studyes
dc.subjectfemalees
dc.subjecthealthes
dc.subjecthumanes
dc.subjectlipes
dc.subjectmalees
dc.subjectOpen Bitees
dc.subjectpalatees
dc.subjectphonationes
dc.subjectphoneticses
dc.subjectphysiologyes
dc.subjectprevalencees
dc.subjectSpeech Disorderses
dc.subjectstatistics and numerical dataes
dc.subjecttonguees
dc.subjectAdolescentes
dc.subjectArticulation Disorderses
dc.subjectChildes
dc.subjectColombiaes
dc.subjectCross-Sectional Studieses
dc.subjectFemalees
dc.subjectHumanses
dc.subjectLipes
dc.subjectMalees
dc.subjectOpen Bitees
dc.subjectPalatees
dc.subjectPhonationes
dc.subjectPhoneticses
dc.subjectPrevalencees
dc.subjectSpeech Disorderses
dc.subjectTonguees
dc.subjectUrban Healthes
dc.titlePrevalence of dyslalias in 8 to 16 year-old students with anterior open bite in the municipality of Envigado, Colombiaes
dc.typeArtículo-
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dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationOcampo A,Escobar B,Sierra V,Rueda ZV,Lema MC. Prevalence of dyslalias in 8 to 16 year-old students with anterior open bite in the municipality of Envigado, Colombia. BMC Oral Health. 2015. 15. (1):p. 77-77. .es
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