Oral health problems and treatment needs in Danish military personnel recruited for United Nations service.

@article{Marker1997OralHP,
  title={Oral health problems and treatment needs in Danish military personnel recruited for United Nations service.},
  author={O T Marker and Merete Vigild and Frank Praetorius},
  journal={Military medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={162 6},
  pages={416-21}
}
A group of 223 men from the Danish Army designated to serve in the United Nations forces in the former Yugoslavia were examined to determine their oral health status and estimate their needs for dental treatment and the related dental treatment time. The population studied consisted of privates (63%), noncommissioned officers (28%), and officers (9%). About 80% of the population was younger than 28 years. Among the persons older than 27 years, 29% had not consulted a dentist within the past 3… CONTINUE READING

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