Dentine Hypersensitivity : Developing a Person-centred Approach to Oral Health / Peter Glenn RobinsonPublisher: Londres : Academic Press, 2014Edition: 1a ed.Description: il. col. 20 archivo pdf.Subject(s): Operatoria | Sensibilidad de la Dentina | Sensibilidad de la Dentina/psicologíaOnline resources: Descarga texto completo en campus U.N.C.
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Part One: Introduction and Background. Introduction. Clinical presentation and physiological mechanisms of dentine hypersensitivity. The burden of dentine hypersensitivity. The management of dentine hypersensitivity. The importance of subjective assessments of dentine hypersensitivity.-- Part Two: The Subjective Experience of Dentine Hypersensitivity. The everyday impact of dentine sensitivity: Personal and functional aspects. Construction and validation of the quality of life measure for dentine hypersensitivity (DHEQ). Ice cream-related quality of life: Constructing a questionnaire to capture changes in the impacts of dentine. Hypersensitivity. The dentine hypersensitivity experience questionnaire (DHEQ): A longitudinal validation study. Derivation of a short form of the dentine hypersensitivity questionnaire. Development of the chinese version of the dentine hypersensitivity experience questionnaire.-- Part Three: Psychology and the Measurement of Pain and Impact. Response shift and oral health quality of life in dentine hypersensitivity. Development of condition-specific scales for reporting the pain of dentine hypersensitivity. The role of illness beliefs and coping in the adjustment to dentine hypersensitivity.-- Part Four: Dentine Hypersensitivity and the Construction of Meaning. The experience of health and illness: Polycontextural meaning and accounts of illness. Differentiation and displacement: Unpicking the relationship between accounts of illness and social structure. Consumer advertising and the meaning of dentine hypersensitivity.-- Part Five: Discussion and Conclusion.—Conclusions.-- Appendix 1. The dentine hypersensitivity experience questionnaire.-- Appendix 2. The 15-item dentine hypersensitivity experience questionnaire (DHEQ-15)
Developing a Person-Centred Approach to Oral Health provides a detailed and integrated account of interdisciplinary research into dentine hypersensitivity. The monograph will be of interest to all those working on person centred oral health related research because it provides not only an account of the findings of a series of studies into dentine hypersensitivity drawing on the research traditions of epidemiology, sociology psychology, and dental public health but an integrated study of the benefits of exploring a single oral condition from this range of disciplines.