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Relationship between Oral Health Care Behaviors and Perceived Periodontal Disease on Hypertension Patients
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  • Journal title : Journal of dental hygiene science
  • Volume 16, Issue 1,  2016, pp.101-109
  • Publisher : the Korean Society of Dental Hygiene science
  • DOI : 10.17135/jdhs.2016.16.1.101
 Title & Authors
Relationship between Oral Health Care Behaviors and Perceived Periodontal Disease on Hypertension Patients
An, Eunsuk; Kim, Min-Young;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of the oral health behaviors and lifestyle of hypertension patients on their perceived periodontal diseases. The data of the 2013 community health survey were used, and the data of 55,632 patients who suffered from hypertension and who were at the ages of 19 and over was analyzed. The analying methods used in this study were chi-square test and multiple logistic regression analysis. Gender, age, marital status, education, economic activity, income level and subscription to private medical insurance were identified as the factors to affect the perceived periodontal disease of the hypertension patients, and lifestyle and oral health behaviors were found to have exerted a significant influence on perceived periodontal disease. As this study found that not only the socioeconomic characteristics of the hypertension patients but their oral health care and lifestyle were all correlated with perceived periodontal disease, how to promote the oral health of those who are susceptible to periodontal diseases should carefully be considered.
 Keywords
Health related life style;Hypertension;Oral health behavior;Perception periodontal diseases;
 Language
Korean
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