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EFFECTS OF TOBACCO CHEWING ON ORAL HEALTH STATUS OF PATIENTS VISITING UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, LAHORE

@inproceedings{Amjad2012EFFECTSOT,
  title={EFFECTS OF TOBACCO CHEWING ON ORAL HEALTH STATUS OF PATIENTS VISITING UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, LAHORE},
  author={Faiza Amjad and Shamsher Ali and Umair Dastgir Bhatti and H. Chaudhry},
  year={2012}
}
This cross sectional study was designed to evaluate the effects of tobacco chewing on oral health status of patients visiting University College of Dentistry Hospital of the University of Lahore between October 2011 to March 2012. A purposive sampling of 200 individuals was selected and subjects were divided into 2 groups: tobacco chewers (n=100) and non-tobacco chewers (n=100) age ranged between 18 to 55 years. A structured questionnaire was used to collect history by two calibrated dentists… Expand
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