Dental Data

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02-Nov-10, 11:44
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by AMC
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posted about 10 years ago
Hey
just wondering if any1 can help, I am a non dentist who has dental plaque data as part my Phd that I need to analyse. My supervisor is also a non dentist so this does not help but we had collect the data. Does anyone know any good books that would help or a brief explanation of the best way to deal with the data. Mine is throw it out the window at the moment but told this is not allowed - more the pity. My supervisor is great otherwise but struggles with this and we struggling find help person took it said she give someone else and not sure.

Would be super grateful for any help. Doing a dental study in non dental uni is not helpful to!


Thank you :-)
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02-Nov-10, 11:50
by sneaks
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have no idea, but it might be worth searching academia.edu or similar to find researchers in the same area and asking them??
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02-Nov-10, 11:54
by AMC
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thank you not explored that site before good to know about will have a go on quick look may be guy in leeds can ask (up)
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16-Dec-10, 21:44
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If you're still looking for help I am about to submit my PhD on dental erosion - we toyed with the bugs side so maybe I can be of assistance?
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17-Dec-10, 10:07
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by Nelsonn
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Pediatric Dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs. Pediatric dentists have the training and experience to evaluate and treat patients, that are medically compromised. This includes patients with hemophilia, leukemia, congenital syndromes, etc... No other dental specialty, other than OMS is more involved in hospital care of patients.

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08-Sep-13, 20:17
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by satchi
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posted about 7 years ago
Quote From Hypothesis:
If you're still looking for help I am about to submit my PhD on dental erosion - we toyed with the bugs side so maybe I can be of assistance?


hi AMC
great offer of help from Hypothesis! I don't have a dental background but here goes---

Not sure how your dental plaque data looks like or whether it is collected together with other variables? When you say "...that would help or a brief explanation of the best way to deal with the data..." do you mean analysing or grading the data itself--OR tying it down to statistical analysis? Also, have you considered speaking to a dentist--just to get an idea of how they view the plaque data?

hope it goes well for you, and very best of luck

love satchi
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09-Sep-13, 09:19
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posted about 7 years ago
Hi - just to make you aware that this thread was started three years ago so not sure they still need help :)

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