Person: DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
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- PublicationMetadata onlyAydın ve İzmir illerindeki pediatristlerin ağız diş sağlığı hakkındaki bilgilerinin araştırılması(2015-01-01) AKYILDIZ, BAHAR MELİS; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇİN; SÖNMEZ, IŞIL; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
- PublicationMetadata onlyEvaluation of Serum 25(OH)D Levels in Obese and Normal-Weight Children with Carious and Hypomineralized Teeth(2021-01-01T00:00:00Z) Doğusal, Gülçin; Sönmez, Işıl; Ünüvar, Tolga; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
- PublicationMetadata onlyTraumatic Dental Injuries of Children in Aydin, Turkey: A Retrospective Study(2017-12-01) Akyildiz, Melis Bahar; Dogusal, GÜLÇİN; Daloglu, Muge; Guzel, Gorkem Ulu; Keles, Sultan; Sonmez, Isil Saroglu; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇINObjective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the epidemiologic features of traumatic dental injuries in children who referred to Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Dentistry, Aydin, Turkey.
- PublicationMetadata onlyInterrelationship Between Childhood Obesity and Pediatric Dentistry: A Literature Review(2017-09-01) Dogusal, GÜLÇİN; Sonmez, Isil; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇINChildhood obesity is an important public health problem worldwide with an increasing incidence and prevalance. This increase in the obesity rates can lead to many other health problems. Obesity shows early symptoms in childhood like other chronic diseases such as dental caries and gingivitis, and it will be an important step to prevent their adverse effects at early ages in terms of improving the general wellbeing of the societies. The aim of this review is to point out childhood obesity and its potential risks, and put forward its consequences in terms of oral health as well as offering solutions.
- PublicationMetadata onlyDentoalveolar Yaralanmalar Hakkında Aydın İlindeki Ailelerin Bilgi Düzeylerinin Değerlendirilmesi(2015-02-01) Doğusal, Gülçin; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
- PublicationMetadata onlyGingival crevicular fluid and salivary resistin and tumor necrosis factor-alpha levels in obese children with gingivitis.(2018-08-01) Doğusal, GÜLÇİN; Afacan, B; Bozkurt, E; Sönmez, I; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
- PublicationMetadata onlyOrtodontik Tedavi İhtiyacının Ortodontistler, Ortodontik Tedavi İhtiyacının Ortodontistler, Diş Hekimleri ve Meslek Dışı Kişiler Tarafından Algısı(2012-10-01) Doğusal, Gülçin; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
- PublicationMetadata onlyAutoextraction of Permanent Incisors and Self-Inflicted Orodental Trauma in a Severely Burned Child.(2015-01-01) Keles, S; Dogusal, GÜLÇİN; Sönmez, I; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇIN
- PublicationOpen AccessEvaluation of oral health status of children in pretreatment and after treatment for 18 month.(2018-09-01) Ulu, Güzel; Akyildiz, M; Doğusal, GÜLÇİN; Keleş, S; Sönmez, I; DOĞUSAL, GÜLÇINObjective: Dental caries is an important public health issue worldwide. In developing countries preventive dentistry is not common; hence, oral and dental health problems continue to generate serious economic and social issues. The aim of this study was to assess oral health and the incidence of dental caries in systemically healthy children aged 3–14 years, provide education on oral hygiene motivation, conduct the necessary preventive and restorative procedures, and reassess caries development at the 6-, 12-, and 18-month post-treatment follow-up. Methods: Systemically healthy children aged 3–14 years who applied to the Paediatric Dentistry Clinic, Faculty of Dentistry, Adnan Menderes University (ADU) were included in the study. The subjects were evaluated for oral health status and incidence of dental caries based on surveys and clinical examination, motivation for oral hygiene with necessary training, completion of preventive and restorative treatments, and development of dental caries at the 6-, 12-, and 18-month post-treatment follow-up. Results: The study included 320 patients, aged 3–14 years (mean age 8.08±3.45 years). In children included in the study, the average decayed (d), missing (m) and filled (f) primary teeth (dmft) value was 3.81 (min–max: 0–16), decayed (D), missing (M) and filled (F) permanent teeth (DMFT) value, 1.49 (min–max: 0–6), decayed (d), missing(m) and filled(f) primary teeth surface (dmfs) value, 10.11 (min–max: 0–40), and decayed (D), missing (M) and filled (F) permanent teeth surface (DMFS) value, 2.09 (min–max: 0–12). Conclusions: For the protection and maintenance of oral and dental health in dentistry, preventive approaches should be the first concern and conservative therapeutic methods should be given priority after occurrence of any dental pathology. In addition, one-time examinations are not sufficient, and children should be examined at least twice a year. This study showed that the incidence of dental caries declined in children who underwent periodical examination and preventive dental treatment