This text presents quality-of-life research from various fields, including psychology, public health and general health care; discusses how a patient-centred approach can be applied to basic oral and craniofacial research, clinical dental practice, community dental health issues and dental education; and addresses how oral health-related quality of life relates to treating and understanding different patient populations, such as children with special needs, patients with oral cancer and patients with chronic facial pain.47 For example, parentsa#39; assessment of their childa#39;s dental fear is significantly correlated with the parentsa#39; dental fear. ... A second methodologic concern when assessing QOL in children is to decide which question/answer format should beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Oral Health-related Quality of Life|
|Author||:||Marita Rohr Inglehart, Robert Bagramian|
|Publisher||:||Quintessence Publishing Company - 2002|