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Table 3 Adjusted* estimates for study members' relative risk of having 1+ impacts on overall OHIP-14 score, mean OHIP-14 score, and mean number of different OHIP-14 impacts at age 32, by maternal self-rated oral health 27 years earlier (modified Poisson regression model)

From: Does maternal oral health predict child oral health-related quality of life in adulthood?

  Study members' relative risk of 1+ impacts on overall OHIP-14 score by age 32 (95% CI) Study members' mean OHIP-14 score by age 32 (95% CI) Study members' mean number of different OHIP-14 impacts by age 32 (95% CI)
Mother's self-rated oral health 27 years earlier       
Excellent/fairly good 1.00   6.77 (6.46, 7.09) 0.35 (0.28, 0.42)
Average 1.02 (0.75, 1.40) 8.24 (7.93, 8.56) 0.44 (0.37, 0.51)
Fairly poor, very poor or edentulous 1.27 (0.93, 1.74) 8.14 (7.78, 8.51) 0.59 (0.50, 0.69)
  1. *Controlling for low SES, high caries trajectory, 1+ missing teeth.