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Oral health beliefs and cultural specificity in multicultural families

Lee TH, Choi S, Lee JY, Park BY, Paik HR, Jin BH

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to evaluate the oral health beliefs and cultural specificity of multicultural families. METHODS: Subjects were 179 adults from multicultural families living in Gwangjin-gu, Seoul....
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The relationship between the number of remaining teeth and senile dementia: A pilot study

Cho MJ, Jung EK, Lee SS, Choi YH, Song KB

OBJECTIVES: Recently, studies aiming to improve the quality of life of the elderly have become more common. In the aging population, oral health is an important consideration for overall good...
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Assessment of the quality of life and oral health status in diabetic patients

Choi YY, Lee JY, Lee H, Jin BH

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to investigate changes in the quality of life and oral health status in diabetic patients as a result of non-surgical periodontal treatments. METHODS: In...
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A 7-year study of the regional distribution of differences in scaling experience rate among Koreans

Jang YE, Lee MY, Park SK, Kim YJ, Lee GY, Kim CB, Kim NH

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this 7-year study was to examine regional differences in scaling experience rate. METHODS: This study used data on scaling experience rate from the Community Health Survey (CHS)...
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A comparison of tooth brushing methods recommended in different countries

Kim CH, Kim GM, Lee JY, Kwon HK, Kim BI

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to compare the tooth brushing methods recommended by dental associations and toothbrush manufacturers in various countries including South Korea. METHODS: Eighteen countries-6 Asian, 2...
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Relationship of oral health literacy with oral health behaviors among adults

Ju HJ, Lee HS, Oh HW

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between oral health literacy and oral health behaviors. METHODS: The study subjects were 760 adults who were selected using the...
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A study on the OHIP-14 of some local women impact on the EQ-5D for review

Kim YH, Lee JH

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to analyze the OHIP-14 (Oral Health Impact Index) and EQ-5D (health-related quality of life) scores for women in some areas, and to provide...
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The utility of dental health capacity of the first permanent molars as an oral health indicator among children and adolescents

Lee SH, Lee HS, Oh HW, Ju HJ, Park SY

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to examine the utility of the dental health capacity of the first permanent molars as a disease-oriented index, and to assess the value...
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Growth inhibition effect of Rubus coreanus Miquel on Candida albicans

Shin AR, Ohk SH, Choi CH, Hong SJ

OBJECTIVES: In this study, the growth inhibition effect of Rubus coreanus Miquel on Candida albicans (C. albicans) was observed. METHODS: The Rubus coreanus Miquel was extracted with 70% methanol and concentrated...
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The effect of economic factors on private health insurance enrollment and dental care utilization

Kim SM, Shin H

OBJECTIVES: The study aimed to examine and derive policy implications from the contribution of private health insurance towards the effectiveness and equity of dental care utilization. METHODS: The study used 2010-2011...
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Community Oral Health Promotion

Choi CH

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