DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20220050

Instruments used to assess oral health-related quality of life of children

Hanan Raja Aljohani, Khalid Mubarak Alshammari, Ahmed Mohammed Shaikh, Turki Nasser Alotaibi, Abdullah Ali Alshehri, Abdullah Ali Alsaikhan, Alanoud Meteb Almalky, Majed Mohammad Zahran, Anaan Ibrahim Bushnag, Fatimah Ismail Alyami, Sarah Khalid Alanzi

Abstract


To evaluate oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) in children, both the clinical indices and parenteral reporting can be used to achieve this effect. The present review provides evidence regarding the currently available instruments to assess the OHRQoL in children. Many instruments were reported, and some were designated for preschoolers. In contrast, others for schoolchildren and adolescents, and some researchers reported that some tools could be used to assess OHRQoL in different age groups. Moreover, some tools can also be used to assess the OHRQoL of children based on their parent's perspectives. The POQL, FIS, PedsQL™ oral health scale™, and P-CPQ are the only modalities that can effectively assess OHRQoL in all adolescents and all childhood cycles. Moreover, the OHRQoL hypodontia questionnaire, MIQ, IFAQ, DFTO, CPQ11-14, CPQ8-10, child-OIDP, child-OHIP, and child-DPQ are the currently available tools that can be used to assess OHRQoL in adolescents and schoolchildren. Regarding the assessment of OHRQoL in preschoolers, it has been shown that the only available tools for this context include the SOHO-5, OH-ECQOL, Michigan-OHRQoL, ECOHIS, and DDQ questionnaires.


Keywords


Quality of life, Oral health, Survey, Questionnaire, OHRQoL, Children, Dental health

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