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001 (c) (a) Predictors: (Constant), Oral hygiene habits (b) Predictors: (Constant), Oral hygiene habits, Caloric intake value (c) Predictors: (Constant), Oral hygiene habits, Caloric intake value, Education level CPI: Community periodontal index OHI-S: Simplified Oral hygiene index
There were no significant differences in the reading of Periodontal Index between both groups.
Periodontal health was assessed by means of the Community Periodontal Index (CPI) that measures the prevalence and severity of periodontal diseases [WHO, 1997].
The mean DMF and DI-s indices as well as the mean proportion of children with untreated caries and the highest value of the Community Periodontal Index of Treatment Needs (CPITN) were related to behavioural variables.
Development of the World Health Organisation (WHO) community periodontal index of treatment needs (CPITN).
Periodontal status in population studies is recorded using the Community Periodontal Index (CPI).
Prevalence of periodontal disease as observed by Community Periodontal Index (CPI) was almost 70% in the study population.
These were coded according to WHO Community periodontal index (CPI) criteria; 0: Healthy 1: Bleeding, 2: Calculus, 3: Pocket 3.
CPITN (community periodontal index for treatment need) was used to assess the periodontal health of indexed teeth.
The periodontal index scores were recorded using CPI13 on oral health assessment form; ADA type III14 oral examination was conducted on the patients.