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OBJECTIVE The objective was to assess the prevalence, in a British population aged 65 years and older, of oral health related impacts and the effects they had on the quality of daily life and in… (More)
A different approach to dental need assessment led to a lower estimate of needs in Thai children.
OBJECTIVES 1. To assess clustering of oral health related behaviors among a sample of British adults. 2. To determine the variation in clustering of oral health related behaviors by socioeconomic… (More)
OBJECTIVE To examine whether there are significant cross-cultural differences in oral health-related quality of life and perceived treatment need between older people of similar clinical oral status… (More)
Both oral and general health appeared to have similar social determinants.
Impaired dental status was strongly associated with masticatory problems.
Data from the Adult Dental Survey conducted in 2009/10 have recorded some major changes in the pattern of oral conditions in British adults. The change in the number of sound and untreated teeth in… (More)
Objective To evaluate whether the index of orthodontic treatment need (IOTN) could be improved by adding an oral health-related quality of life measure to predict both the outcome of orthodontic… (More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the number of school hours missed for dental reasons per 1,000 grade 5 primary school children in 1 school year and compare dentally related school absences with those related to… (More)
OBJECTIVES To cross-culturally adapt and evaluate the psychometric properties of the oral impact on daily performance (OIDP) in Brazilians aged 50-74 years; to test the impact of oral health on… (More)