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Biography

Prof. Aljohara Ali Abdullah Al-Hussyeen

Preventive Dental Sciences Department

King Saud University, Saudi


Email: aljohussy@hotmail.com


Qualifications


1995 Public health, D.Sc. D., Boston University

1993 Pediatric dentistry, M.Sc., Boston University

1991 Pediatric dentistry, CAGS, Boston University

1984 Dentistry, BDS, King Saud University


Publications (Selected)

  1. A. Al-Mobeerik, S. Al-Shamrani, A. Al-Hussyeen: Knowledge and attitude of dental health workers towards fluoride in Riyadh area. Saudi Med J 2001; 22(11): 1004-1007.
  2. A. Al-Hussyeen and S. Al-Sadhan: Feeding practices and behavior of Saudi children with childhood caries and dental knowledge of mothers. Saudi Dent J 2002; 14(3): 112-117.
  3. A. Al-Hussyeen and S. Al-Sadhan: Early childhood caries prevalence, severity, feeding behaviors and treatment needs in Saudi children. Egypt  Dent J 2002; 48(2): 1095-1066.
  4. A. Al-Hussyeen: Compliance of Saudi parents with follow-up preventive care following dental treatment under general anesthesia. Saudi Dent J 2003; 15(1): 17-21.
  5. A. Al-Hussyeen and S. Al-Sadhan, R. Al-Dhalaan, B. Al-Ghanim: Pediatricians’ knowledge and practices towards children’s preventive oral healthcare in Saudi Arabia. Egypt Dent J 2003, 49(2):827-834.
  6. A. AL-Mobeerik and A. AL-Hussyeen: Factors influencing patients’ satisfaction with dental services provided by dental college and priviate sector in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Egypt Dent J 2003, 49(4):1859-1866.
  7. A. Al-Hussyeen. Types of snacks and drinks available in female primary schools in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in relation to the dental health in children. JPDA 2004,13(1):13-17.
  8. A. Al-Hussyeen. Child’s dental visits, oral health, knowledge and source of dental information among mothers of children with Down’s Syndrome in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saudi dental journal 2006;18(1):8-17.
  9. A. Al-Hussyeen and S. Al-Sadhan. Oral hygiene practices and dietary habits among children with Down’s syndrome in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saudi dental journal 2006; 18(3):141-148.
  10. Al-Hussyeen, Al-Sadhan. Accidental occupation exposure among health care workers in the dental setting in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Dent J 2007; 19(3):155-148.
  11. Al-Hussyeen. Influence of perceived provider performance on satisfaction with oral health care services among intermediate female school children in Riyadh city. Pakistan Oral and Dental Journal 2008; 28(2):283-288.
  12. Al-Hussyeen AA. Baidase LF. Prevalence of non-nutritive sucking habits among Saudi children and its effects on primary dentition.  Pakistan Oral and Dental J 2009; June (29) 1:69-78.
  13. AL-Hussyeen. Self-reported oral health attitudes and behavior among Saudi dental students. Egypt  Dent J 2009, 55(3):2089-2099.
  14. AL-Hussyeen. Attitudes of Saudi mothers towards the non-nutritive sucking habits in children. Accepted for publication in Saudi Dent J 2010; 22( 2):77-82.
  15. Al-Hussyeen. Factors affecting utilization of dental health services and satisfaction among adolescents in Riyadh city.  Saudi Dent J 2010; 22,( 1):19-25.