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Title: GENDER-SPECIFIC ORAL HEALTH CARE, DENTAL KNOWLEDGE AND DIETARY HABITS AMONG HEALTH SCIENCES COLLEGE STUDENTS IN RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA
Authors: Kakab Ahmed Al Turck Ph.D
Keywords: Gender. oral health, college students, Dental knowledge, Saudi Arabia
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Egyptian Dental Journal
Abstract: Aim: To determine the difference in oral health care, dental knowledge and dentally habits between male and female health sciences students at the College of Applied Medical Sciences (CAMS), King Saud University. Method and material: a self- responded questionnaire was prepared in Arabic included; age, gender and twenty questions regarding student's dental - attendance, past dental treatment. felt need for dental treatment, and daily oral hygiene care .and dietary habits. The questionnaire was distributed among 500 conveniently selected students. 250 from each (male and female) section.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/14585
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