The Relationship of Oral Health in Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Their Ability to Cooperate for Care, Type of Residence and Level of Disability.

Morgan, John.

2017-04-14T13:38:54.709Z

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  • Abstract: Objectives: Adults with intellectual and developmentally disabilities (IDD) are reported to have high prevalence of oral diseases. The aim of this study was to evaluate independent associations of oral diseases with types of residence, cooperation levels and levels of disability. The hypotheses that the prevalence of oral disease increases with more independent types of residence, higher... read more
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