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Table 5 Validity test for OIDP and OSS among the working sample (n = 561).

From: Validation of two complementary oral-health related quality of life indicators (OIDP and OSS 0-10 ) in two qualitatively distinct samples of the Spanish population

  n (%) OIDP 95% CI OSS 95% CI
  CRITERION VALIDITY
PERCEIVED TREATMENT NEEDS    
No 251 (44.7%) 2.1 – 4.4 6.9 – 7.4
Yes 310 (55.3%) 8.4 – 13.4 5.5–6.3
   p < 0.001 p < 0.001
  CONSTRUCT VALIDITY
PERCEIVED ORAL WELL-BEING    
No complaint 160 (28.6%) 1.2–2.4 7.5–7.9
With complaint 401 (71.4%) 6.2–8.5 6.0–6.3
   p < 0.001 p < 0.001
INTERMEDIATE IMPACTS    
None 160 (28.6%) 1.2–2.4 7.5–7.9
Appearance 122 (21.8%) 3.7–7.4 5.9–6.6
Susceptibility 95 (16.9%) 3.4–8.3 5.7–6.5
Pain 76 (13.5%) 5.5–10.4 6.0–6.8
Functional limitation 70 (12.5%) 6.6–12.1 5.2–6.1
Discomfort 27 (4.8%) 7.4–18.8 5.7–6.9
Others 11(1.9%) 0.7–14.3 5.2–8.2
   p < 0.001 p < 0.001
  CONVERGENT VALIDITY
ORAL SATISFACTION    
< 5 (Dissatisfied) 74 (13.2%) 13.1–20.1 3.3–3.7
5 (Neutral) 73 (13.0%) 4.2–7.9 No sense
> 5 (Satisfied) 414 (73.8%) 2.9–4.5 7.3–7.5
   p < 0.001 p < 0.001
  1. Mann-Witney Test for "Perceived Dental Need" and "Perceived Oral Well-being".
  2. Kruskal-Wallis Test for "Intermediate Impacts" and "Oral Satisfaction"