Association between subjective oral health and regularity of service use
European Journal of Oral Sciences,

Kaprio H et al. – Subjective oral health and regularity of using of oral health–care services were measured using single questions and oral health–related quality of life was measured using the 14–item Oral Health Impact Profile (OHIP–14) questionnaire. Those reporting poor oral health or higher impacts in the OHIP–14 were more likely to be irregular users of oral health–care services.

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