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Effect on ambulatory dental visitation frequency according to pack-years of smoking
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Effect on ambulatory dental visitation frequency according to pack-years of smoking
Jeong, Sun-Rak; Doo, Young-Taek; Lee, Won Kee;
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 Abstract
To examine whether the effect on utilization of ambulatory dental care are associated with oral disease according to pack-years of smoking in Korean population. Using data from Korea Health Panel between 2008 and 2012, we analyzed 3,866 participants who were male and more than 20 years. Pack-years of smoking were significantly associated with utilization in ambulatory dental care after adjustment for age, marital status, family income, and chronic disease. Ambulatory dental visitation frequency has been estimated to increase by 6% when 10.0 pack-years of smoking increased. Especially, the smokers who had 20.0~29.9 and 30.0 or more pack-years of smoking in forties and fifties males were 25% and 52% respectively more than non-smokers in utilization of ambulatory dental care.
 Keywords
Ambulatory dental visitation frequency;Korea health panel data;pack-years;
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Korean
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