Demographical factors on adult individuals who’s root filled upper first molar was extracted between 2009 and 2014

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title Demographical factors on adult individuals who’s root filled upper first molar was extracted between 2009 and 2014
Author(s) Landt, Kristoffer ; Hagstam-Harrison, Linda
Date 2016
English abstract
Aim The aim of this thesis was to study the demographics of Swedish adult individuals who had one of their first upper molars root filled in 2009 and subsequently extracted between 2009-2014 and to compare them to individuals not extracting the equivalent teeth. Material and methods Data on the individuals were collected from the Swedish Social Insurance Agency. The sample consisted of 4362 adult individuals whose root filled upper first molars where extracted between 2009 and 2014. A control group of 4362 individuals who had not had their root filled upper first molar extracted by 31st December 2014 was created for comparison. Demographical factors chosen to study were: nationality, mean disposable income, educational level, age, civil status and gender. This data was collected from Statistics Sweden. Results In the study group 85% were Swedish born and 15% were not whereas in the control group 86% were Swedish born and 14% were not. Regarding mean income, educational level and age, only small differences were observed between the study group and control group. No differences were observed between unmarried in the study group and control group. In the study group 51.2% were divorced and 48.8% in the control group. Regarding gender 51.8% were female in the study group, 48.2% in the control group. Conclusion Only small, if any, differences were noted between Swedish adult individuals who had one of their first upper molars root filled in 2009 and subsequently extracted between 2009-2014 and the control group who retained the equivalent teeth.
Swedish abstract
Sammanfattning Syfte Syftet med denna studie var att studera demografiska faktorer hos individer vars första överkäksmolar extraherats mellan 2009 och 2014 efter utförd rotfyllning 2009 och jämföra med en grupp individer vars första överkäksmolar kvarstår efter rotfyllning 2009. Material och metod Data samlades in från Försäkringskassan och Statistiska Centralbyrån på de individer som rotfyllt en tand år 2009. Hos 36 139 av dessa individer utfördes en rotfyllning på en första överkäksmolar och 4362 av dessa extraherades senare. En kontrollgrupp skapades på 4362 individer vars första överkäksmolar inte extraherats efter rotfyllning utförd 2009. Demografiska fakta som valdes att studera var följande: nationalitet, medelinkomst, utbildningsnivå, ålder, civilstånd och kön. Resultat Av de individer som fått sin första överkäksmolar extraherad var 85 % födda i Sverige och 15% var födda utomlands. 86 % i kontrollgruppen var födda i Sverige, 14 % utomlands. Avseende medelinkomst, utbildningsnivå och ålder, kunde endast små skillnader ses mellan den studerade gruppen och kontrollgruppen. Inga skillnader noterades bland ogifta mellan den studerade gruppen och kontrollgruppen. 50,4 % i den studerade gruppen var gifta, 49,6 % i kontrollgruppen. 51,2 % var skilda i den studerade gruppen, 48,8 % i kontrollgruppen. 51,8 % var kvinnor i den studerade gruppen, 48,2 % i kontrollgruppen. Siffrorna var omvända hos män. Slutsats Endast små, om några, skillnader i demografiska faktorer kunde ses mellan individer som fått sin första överkäksmolar extraherad och en grupp som inte fått motsvarande tand extraherad efter utförd rotfyllning år 2009.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Odontologiska fakulteten
Pages 21
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Root canal treatment
Survival
Demographic
socioeconomy
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/20736 (link to this page)

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