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Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviour for Choosing Oral Hygiene Aids among Students of Management Institutes, Ghaziabad, India

A cross-sectional study of 1224 students revealed that selection of oral hygiene products was based more on parental influence. There seems to be a lack of knowledge and awareness about how to choose a dentifrice and toothbrush
Objective: There is a lot of information available about various oral hygiene aids used for the maintenance of oral hygiene and the prevention of oral diseases but the reason why people choose a particular product is under-reported. This study sought to assess the knowledge, attitudes and behaviour of choosing oral hygiene aids among students of management institutes in Ghaziabad, India.
19 Feb, 2013
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e-Published: 18 Feb, 2014

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