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Study on the Oral Health Behavior of Students in the Department of Dental Laboratory Technology
Lee, Ju-Hee; Hwang, Jae-Sun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study studied and investigated the oral health behavior of students in the Department of Dental Technology at D College at D City. Methods: A self-administrated survey was conducted by students currently enrolled at the Department of Dental Laboratory Technology at D College (June 4, 2015 ~ June 12, 2015), and 320 copies that were available for statistical processing were statistically analyzed by using the SPSS 19.0 Program. Results: Among the survey respondents, 91.6% had experience of dental treatment. The highest response regarding the frequency of tooth brushing appeared to be `twice` with 44.7%. The responses regarding the time of tooth brushing appeared to be highest for `before sleeping` with 65.3%, which was followed by `after breakfast` with 60.6%. To the question asking which areas are brushed during tooth brushing, the response of `teeth, gum, and tongue` appeared to be highest with 44.4%. Among the respondents, 64.7% experienced scaling, however, the experience rate for scaling appeared to increase in proportion with the increase of class year (p< .001). Regarding the subjective feel for the importance of oral health and necessity of tooth brushing, the scores appeared to be both 4.56. However, the score appeared to be 3.27 regarding one`s subjective perception of one`s own oral health condition. Regarding one`s subjective oral health knowledge level depending on gender, female students showed a meaningfully lower rate (3.12 points) compared to male students (3.29 points) (p< .05), and depending on class, the knowledge level appeared to be meaningfully higher along with the increase in class year (p< .001). The experience of receiving oral health education appeared to be 78.4%, and 88.8% of the respondents responded that there is need for oral health education, however, the intent to participate in an oral health education program appeared to be 56.6%. Conclusion: As a result of the study, it could be concluded that oral health management behaviors and awareness of the students at the Department of Dental Technology at D University to prevent oral diseases were rather poor.
 Keywords
Oral health behavior;Oral health awareness;Tooth brushing;Oral health education;Students in the department of dental Laboratory technology;
 Language
Korean
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