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Table. 4.

Logistic regression of the relationship between oral health status and school loss due to oral disease among adolescents

Absence The past one year absence The past one year early leave The past one year absence or early leave
Exp (B) P-value Exp (B) P-value Exp (B) P-value Exp (B) P-value
Model 1
Toothache experience 0.333 0.014 0.478 0.184 0.551 0.037 0.528 0.021
Gingiva bleeding experience 0.254 0.001 0.425 0.117 0.754 0.340 0.681 0.176
Model 3
Maxillofacial trauma experience 0.215 <0.001 0.292 0.022 0.672 0.235 0.600 0.108
Dental caries experience 0.091 0.020 0.169 0.087 0.210 0.001 0.194 0.001
Periodontal disease experience 0.484 1.330 0.777 1.161 1.118 0.688 1.217 0.466
Model 5
Toothache experience 2.053 0.120 1.572 0.427 1.520 0.149 1.566 0.112
Gingiva bleeding experience 3.545 0.005 2.202 0.155 1.343 0.324 1.478 0.176
Maxillofacial trauma experience 0.290 0.004 0.360 0.065 0.761 0.423 0.693 0.259
Dental caries experience 0.100 0.026 0.183 0.104 0.226 0.002 0.209 0.001
Periodontal disease experience 1.270 0.566 1.121 0.829 1.103 0.726 1.197 0.507
Model 6
Toothache experience 2.151 0.111 1.677 0.376 1.576 0.123 1.621 0.093
Gingiva bleeding experience 4.020 0.003 2.491 0.107 1.306 0.384 1.475 0.188
Maxillofacial trauma experience 0.243 0.002 0.277 0.032 0.651 0.221 0.602 0.130
Dental caries experience 0.105 0.031 0.191 0.120 0.236 0.003 0.216 0.001
Periodontal disease experience 1.548 0.324 1.486 0.479 1.226 0.477 1.323 0.314

Model 6: adjusted for socio-demographic characteristic factor (gender, school, school region, residence, father’s level of education, mother’s level of education, and Monthly income).

J Korean Acad Oral Health 2023;47:58~64 https://doi.org/10.11149/jkaoh.2023.47.2.58
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