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Tropical Dental Journal - N° 179 - September 2022

N° 179



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Congo, The Democratic Republic of thephoto_auteurFrequency of Oral Health-Related Quality of life in partial edentulous Congolese adults and its clinicals determinants

G. Mayunga, D. Mashinda, J. Bolenge, J.P. Sekele, C. Mafuta, F. Nyimi, T. Thenene, U. Ntumba, P. Kumpanya, J. Lutula - Congo, The Democratic Republic of the
Published in English in Tropical Dental Journal N° 179 - Volume 45 - Septembre 2022 - 35-43


Abstract

Context: Tooth loss called “edentulous” decreases the masticatory function, limits nutrition, and alters phonation. It causes aesthetic problems that can culminate in psychological disorders and decreases social interactions. The objective of this study was to determine frequency of Oral Health-Related Quality of Life (OHRQOL) of Congolese adults with partially edentulous, as well as its’ clinical determinants.
Patients and methods: It was a cross-sectional study of partially edentulous patients without dental prostheses in five dental clinics of Kinshasa. Each adult fulfilled the sociodemographic questionnaire, the OHIP-14 items and underwent a clinical oral examination. Chi-square test and multivatiate logistic regression were used to research OHRQOL determinants, with a significant threshold of ...

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