Risk indicators of oral health status among young adults aged 18 years analyzed by negative binomial regression

@inproceedings{Lu2013RiskIO,
  title={Risk indicators of oral health status among young adults aged 18 years analyzed by negative binomial regression},
  author={Hai-xia Lu and May Chun Mei Wong and Edward Chin-Man Lo and Colman Patrick Joseph McGrath},
  booktitle={BMC oral health},
  year={2013}
}
BackgroundLimited information on oral health status for young adults aged 18 year-olds is known, and no available data exists in Hong Kong. The aims of this study were to investigate the oral health status and its risk indicators among young adults in Hong Kong using negative binomial regression.MethodsA survey was conducted in a representative sample of Hong Kong young adults aged 18 years. Clinical examinations were taken to assess oral health status using DMFT index and Community Periodontal… CONTINUE READING
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