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Descriptive study of factors modifying the periodontal status of a population of people with a learning disability in Spain

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  title={Descriptive study of factors modifying the periodontal status of a population of people with a learning disability in Spain},
  author={G. Machuca and Emilia Nieves Dmd and F. Ant{\^o}nio and S{\'a}nchez Md Dmd and C. Machuca},
  year={2007}
}
Objectives: To evaluate, for institutionalised people with a learning disability: their periodontal status, periodontal treatment needs, the influence of social and demographical factors, behaviour, dental maintenance and malocclusions on their periodontal state. Subjects: 143 adults (17.5±3.5 years) with a learning disability in residential care. Design: Data were recorded relating to age, gender, illness, difficulties in behavioural management, residential status (resident/non-resident… Expand
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