The ECC classifier uses information on several early childhood oral health-related domains and computes the likelihood of being an ECC case. It uses an automated machine learning (AutoML) algorithm that was developed using data from the ZOE 2.0 study and the NHANES 2011-2018 clinical examination data. Read more about the development, evaluation, and deployment approach in Karhade et al. (manuscript in press). The work is supported by a grant from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR: U01DE025046; PI: Kimon Divaris).
Below enter either the child’s age in months or their date of birth, which will then used to calculate age in months based on today’s date.
Probability of being an ECC case
Probability of not being an ECC case
Likelihood ratio of being an ECC case