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2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Executive Summary  Consistent with US civilian Studies Year 2000 DoD Recruits overall are Healthier than their.

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1 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Executive Summary  Consistent with US civilian Studies Year 2000 DoD Recruits overall are Healthier than their 1994 Counterparts:  Decrease in Mean number of (D)ecayed surfaces.  Decrease in Mean number of (M)issing teeth.  Decrease in Mean number of (F)illed surfaces.  Decrease in number of Recruits PSR 3 or above.

2 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Executive Summary (cont.)  Year 2000 Army Recruits compared to their 1994 Counterparts:  Virtually unchanged in Mean numbers of (D)ecayed surfaces and (M)issing teeth.  Decrease in Mean number of (F)illed surfaces.  Decrease in number of Recruits PSR 3 or above.  While projected per Recruit Means for DWV’s have decreased, seriousness (Class 3) of OS requirements have increased.

3 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Year 1994 and 2000 Army Recruit Comparisons to the DoD on Significant Study Questions Study by the Tri-Service Center for Oral Heath Studies at USUHS

4 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Conventions Used In This Summary  Significance has been calculated to the 99th percent.  A single or double Asterisk (*, **) will appear next to a value or item when statistically significant changes are noted.  A green arrow ( ) is often used to help identify findings of interest.  Tables of Mean Values will include the Confidence Interval in Brackets ( e.g.. Mean = [ ] )  All values are subject to rounding in the summary charts and tables, calculations of significance were performed prior to any rounding to prevent errors.  All results were calculated using weighted values to insure true population representation by the samples.

5 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Study Sample  For the DoD: 2711 Recruits were examined in 1994; while 4346 Recruits were examined in  For the Army: 535 Recruits were examined at Ft. Leonard Wood in 1994; for year 2000, examinations were performed at Ft. Jackson, Ft. Leonard Wood and Ft. Knox, with a total of 1672 Recruits being evaluated.  Demographics of Study Samples (race, gender, educational level, etc) were consistent with Recruit populations as a whole as reported by DMDC.

6 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Dental Readiness  Significant INCREASE in percent of incoming 2000 Army Recruits in Dental Readiness Class 3 when compared to the 1994 Army Recruits.  No real change in 2000 DoD Recruits vs DoD Recruits.

7 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Missing Teeth  Significant DECREASE in Percent of incoming 2000 Army Recruits with missing teeth compared to 1994 Army Recruits.  Significant DECREASE in the Percent of 2000 DoD Recruits with missing teeth compared to 1994 DoD Recruits.

8 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Restorations Needed Per Recruit  No significant change for incoming 2000 Army Recruits vs Army Recruits.  2000 DoD Recruits have significantly LOWER restorative needs compared to 1994 DoD Recruits.

9 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Restorations Needed Per Recruit (By Type)  No significant change for incoming 2000 Army Recruits vs Army Recruits.  Significant decrease in mean number of 1&2 Surface Restorations required by 2000 DoD Recruits compared to 1994 DoD Recruits

10 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Dental Readiness Classification Based Only On Restorative Needs No Significant Change

11 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Percent Distribution of Class 3 Teeth (Restorative)  Significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 Army Recruits who have 2 Class 3 Teeth compared to 1994 Army Recruits, but overall Class 3 Restorative intensity for Army Recruits is virtually unchanged.  Significant INCREASE in percent of 2000 DoD Recruits who have only 1 Class 3 Tooth compared to 1994 DoD Recruits.

12 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Number of Teeth Requiring Extraction  Significant INCREASE in percent of 2000 Army Recruits who require 5 or More teeth extracted compared to 1994 Recruits.  Significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 DoD Recruits who require “No” or “1 to 2” teeth extracted, with a significant INCREASE in the percent requiring > 2 Teeth extracted when compared to the 1994 DoD Recruits.

13 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Types of Extractions For Recruits With OS Treatment Needs  An INCREASE in the mean number of “Simple” extractions for 2000 Army Recruits is offset by equivalent DECREASES in “Complex” & “Impaction” extractions when comparing to the 1994 Army Recruits  INCREASES in the mean number of “Simple” & “Impaction” extractions for 2000 DoD Recruits were noted when comparing to 1994 DoD Recruits

14 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Dental Readiness Classification Based Only On Oral Surgery Needs Note Significant INCREASE in Class 3 percentage

15 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Percent Distribution Of Recruits By PSR Code  Significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 Army Recruits with PSR Code 3 compared to 1994 Army Recruits  Significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 DoD Recruits with PSR Code 2 & 3 compared to 1994 DoD Recruits

16 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Dental Readiness Classification Based Only On Periodontal Needs Note Significant Changes

17 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Periodontal Sextant Readiness Classification  No Significant change for incoming 2000 Army Recruits vs Army Recruits.  No change in 2000 DoD Recruits compared to 1994 DoD Recruits

18 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Fixed Prosthodontic Needs  Significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 Army Recruits who require Fixed Pros Units compared to 1994 Army Recruits.  Similar significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 DoD Recruits who require Fixed Pros Units compared to 1994 DoD Recruits.

19 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Endodontic Needs  Significant DECREASE in percent of 2000 Army Recruits who require Endodontics compared to 1994 Army Recruits.  No Significant change in 2000 DoD Recruits compared to the 1994 DoD Recruits.

20 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey Percent Distribution Of Endodontic Needs By Type

21 2000 Tri-Service Recruit Oral Health Survey DWV’s By Discipline Note Significant changes


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