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Table 3 Simple and multiple Poisson regression analysis of the relationship between socio-demographic and dental status variables according to OIDP (as discrete variable) in adolescents age 12 yr.

From: Social and dental status along the life course and oral health impacts in adolescents: a population-based birth cohort

Variables Unadjusted
Rate Ratio (IC 95%)
P Adjusted
Rate Ratio (IC 95%)
P
Level 1     
Sex   0.170   0.104a
Male 1.0   1.0  
Female 1.2 (0.9;1.4)   1.2 (1.0;1.5)  
Maternal schooling at child birth   0.141   0.013a
≥ 9 yr 1.0   1.0  
5 - 8 yr 1.1 (0.8;1.4)   1.2 (0.9;1.6)  
≤ 4 1.2 (0.9;1.6)   1.4 (1.0;1.9)  
Mother employment status at child aged 6 month   <0.001   <0.001a
No 1.0   1.0  
Yes 1.5 (1.2;1.9)   1.6 (1.3;2.0)  
Level 2     
Untreated dental caries at age 6   0.043   0.016b
0 1.0   1.0  
1-3 1.2 (1.0;1.6)   1.2 (1.0;1.6)  
4-19 1.3 (1.0;1.6)   1.4 (1.1;1.7)  
Cross bite at age 6 yr   0.020   0.058b
No 1.0   1.0  
Yes 1.3 (1.0;1.7)   1.3 (1.0;1.6)  
Level 3     
Family economic status at age 12   0.138   0.612c
A + B 1.0   1.0  
C 1.1 (0.8;1.4)   1.0 (0.7;1.4)  
D+E 1.2 (0.9;1.6)   1.1 (0.8;1.5)  
Level 4     
Untreated dental caries at age 12   <0.001   0.029d
No 1.0   1.0  
Yes 1.6 (1.3;1.9)   1.3 (1.0;1.6)  
Dental pain at age 12   <0.001   <0.001d
No 1.0   1.0  
Yes 2.2 (1.8;2.8)   1.9 (1.5;2.5)  
Dental fluorosis at age 12   0.120   0.046d
No 1.0   1.0  
Yes 0.8 (0.6;1.1)   0.7 (0.5;1.0)  
Gingival bleeding at aged 12   0.004   0.047d
<11.5% of teeth 1.0   1.0  
11.5-28.0% of teeth 1.3 (1.0.1.7)   1.1 (0.9;1.5)  
28.5-92.0% of teeth 1.5 (1.1;1.9)   1.3 (1.0;1.7)  
Incisal crowding at aged 12   <0.001   0.003d
No 1.0   1.0  
Yes 1.5 (1.2;1.9)   1.4 (1.1;1.8)  
  1. Pelotas, Brazil, 2005 (n = 339).
  2. Level 2: adjusted by variables from level 1
  3. Level 4: adjusted by variables from level 1 e and level 2