OHRQoLOral Health-Related Quality of Life
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The short form of the OHIP-14, as mentioned above is one of the most widely known OHRQoL instruments.
The respondents' self-reported general and dental health correlated significantly with their OHRQoL as measured by the OHIP-14.
Furthermore before treatment children with ECC showed a reduced OHRQoL compared with children without ECC, but after treatment the OHRQoL improved in children with ECC [Filstrup et al.
The main aim of this study was to assess the short-term change in children's OHRQoL and family impact after dental treatment under GA in the Netherlands, paying special attention to several additional issues: