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Table 4 Modified Poisson regression model for study members' prevalence of one or more impacts on OHIP-14 scale subsets, and prevalence of one or more impacts on OHIP-14 overall scale at age 32

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

  Low SES at age 32 High caries trajectory 1+ missing teeth Mother self- rated oral health as average Mother self- rated oral health as poor/edentulous
1+ impacts on OHIP-14 subscales and overall scale at age 32      
    RR (95% confidence intervals)      
1+ impacts - overall (any subscale) 1.45 (1.14, 1.85) 1.28 (0.96, 1.72) 1.89 (1.45, 2.44) 1.02 (0.75, 1.40) 1.27 (0.93, 1.74)
1+ impacts - functional limitation 1.61 (0.73, 3.56) 1.72 (0.60, 4.94) 1.91 (0.74, 4.94) 1.18 (0.32, 4.32) 2.72 (0.84, 8.75)
1+ impacts - physical pain 1.02 (0.61, 1.72) 2.06 (1.18, 3.62) 2.47 (1.43, 4.27) 1.48 (0.73, 3.04) 1.71 (0.87, 3.36)
1+ impacts - psychological discomfort 1.31 (0.87, 1.99) 1.50 (0.91, 2.48) 2.62 (1.65, 4.16) 1.49 (0.83, 2.66) 2.08 (1.16, 3.72)
1+ impacts - physical disability 1.50 (0.99, 2.28) 1.17 (0.72, 1.91) 1.77 (1.15, 2.70) 0.90 (0.56, 1.45) 0.90 (0.54, 1.49)
1+ impacts - psychological disability 1.09 (0.63, 1.89) 1.80 (0.98, 3.31) 2.40 (1.35, 4.27) 1.36 (0.66, 2.82) 1.49 (0.71, 3.11)
1+ impacts - social disability 1.90 (0.84, 4.28) 0.63 (0.23, 1.76) 2.89 (1.30, 6.42) 0.97 (0.36, 2.59) 1.85 (0.75, 4.47)
1+ impacts - handicap 1.83 (0.76, 4.37) 1.14 (0.36, 3.64) 2.15 (0.85, 5.47) 0.54 (0.19, 1.54) 0.81 (0.29, 1.54)
  1. Reference categories: low SES at age 32 (high/medium SES coded 0), high caries trajectory (low caries trajectory coded 0), 1+ missing teeth at age 32 (no missing teeth coded 0), Mother self-rated oral health as average (Mother self-rated oral health as excellent coded 0), Mother self-rated oral health as poor/edentulous (Mother self-rated oral health as excellent coded 0)
  2. RR, relative risk; SES, socioeconomic status.