Risk factors and risk indicators in relation to incipient alveolar bone loss in Swedish 19-year-olds

@article{Julihn2008RiskFA,
  title={Risk factors and risk indicators in relation to incipient alveolar bone loss in Swedish 19-year-olds},
  author={Annika Julihn and Monica Barr Agholme and Thomas Mod{\'e}er},
  journal={Acta Odontologica Scandinavica},
  year={2008},
  volume={66},
  pages={139 - 147}
}
Objective. To investigate incipient alveolar bone loss and subgingival calculus on a subject-based level in Swedish 19-year-olds, with special reference to risk factors and risk indicators. Material and methods. Subjects (n=686) with different socio-economic profiles enrolled at seven public dental clinics in suburban Stockholm answered a questionnaire on general health, tobacco habits, oral hygiene habits, and their parents’ socio-economic background. The clinical and radiographic examination… 
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