Autoren

Schützhold, Svenja

Holtfreter, Birte

Schiffner, Ulrich

Hoffmann, Thomas

Kocher, Thomas

Micheelis, Wolfgang


Schlagwörter

Adult

Caries

German oral health

Study

Older people

Self-perceived oral health

Publikation — Zeitschriftenbeiträge

Titel
Clinical factors and self-perceived oral health

Titel kurz
Eur J Oral Sci

Titel Ausgeschrieben
European Journal of Oral Sciences

ISSN
1600-0722 (Electronic); 0909-8836 (Linking)

Jahr
2014

Ausgabe
122

Issue
2

Seitenzahl
134-141

Erscheinungsdatum
01.04.2014

DOI
10.1111/eos.12117

Clinical factors and self-perceived oral health

Self-perceived oral health is affected not only by awareness of the clinical status but also by comparisons with people of a similar age. This study explored the relative contributions of clinical variables assessing caries, periodontal status, and prosthetic status to self-perceived oral health within two age groups. Data of 891 adults (35-44 yr of age) and 760 older people (65-74 yr of age) from the Fourth German Oral Health Study (DMS IV, 2005) were evaluated. Self-perceived oral health was obtained from questionnaires. Numbers of decayed, filled, and unreplaced teeth, mean attachment loss, bleeding on probing (BOP), the presence of a fixed denture, and the presence of a removable denture were assessed. Multinomial logistic regression models were developed for both age groups, separately, using stepwise methods. For adults, unreplaced teeth, filled teeth, decayed teeth, the presence of a removable denture, and mean attachment loss were added to the final model. For older people, the presence of a removable denture, unreplaced teeth, decayed teeth, mean attachment loss, filled teeth, and BOP were included in the final model. Awareness of the relative contributions of clinical variables to self-perceived oral health is important for obtaining a clearer understanding of patients' subjective and objective self-perceptions of oral health.







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