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Table 2

Experience of Not Receiving Treatment for a Perceived Oral Disease

 Classification Have Not have Total p-value
General characteristic
 Gender Male 74 (34.6) 140 (65.4) 214 (75.4) 0.212
Female 30 (42.9) 40 (57.1) 70 (24.6)
 Age (y) <30 12 (28.6) 30 (71.4) 42 (14.8) 0.376
30~39 23 (32.4) 48 (67.6) 71 (25.0)
40~49 32 (38.1) 52 (61.9) 84 (29.6)
≥50 37 (42.5) 50 (57.5) 87 (30.6)
 Marital status Married 83 (40.1) 124 (59.9) 207 (72.9) 0.046
Unmarried 21 (27.3) 56 (72.7) 77 (27.1)
 Monthly mean income (1,000 KRW) <2,000 24 (33.8) 47 (66.2) 71 (25.0) 0.420
≥2,000 <3,000 30 (32.3) 63 (67.7) 93 (32.7)
≥3,000 <4,000 19 (38.0) 31 (62.0) 50 (17.6)
≥4,000 31 (44.3) 39 (55.7) 70 (24.6)
Work pattern
 Period of service (y) <5 22 (27.5) 58 (72.5) 80 (28.2) 0.154
≥5, <10 17 (34.0) 33 (66.0) 50 (17.6)
≥10, <20 30 (40.5) 44 (59.5) 74 (26.1)
≥20 35 (43.8) 45 (56.3) 80 (28.2)
 Daily average work (h) ≤8 60 (36.8) 103 (63.2) 163 (57.4) 0.730
9 19 (32.8) 39 (67.2) 58 (20.4)
≥10 25 (39.7) 38 (60.3) 63 (22.2)
 Weekly overtime (h) 0 45 (38.8) 71 (61.2) 116 (40.8) 0.690
<5 27 (33.8) 53 (66.3) 80 (28.2)
≥5, <9 12 (30.8) 27 (69.2) 39 (13.7)
≥10 20 (40.8) 29 (59.2) 49 (17.3)
 Type of business Manufacturing 45 (36.9) 77 (63.1) 122 (43.0) 0.936
Non-manufacturing 59 (36.4) 103 (63.6) 162 (57.0)
 Type of work Production 32 (32.7) 66 (67.3) 98 (34.5) 0.314
Office work 72 (38.7) 114 (61.3) 186 (65.5)
 Type of employment Regular worker 91 (36.0) 162 (64.0) 253 (89.1) 0.515
Irregular worker 13 (41.9) 18 (58.1) 31 (10.9)
Oral health status
 Self-rated oral health status Healthy 23 (21.9) 82 (78.1) 105 (36.9) <0.001*
So-so 46 (36.5) 80 (63.5) 126 (44.4)
Unhealthy 35 (66.0) 18 (34.0) 53 (18.7)
 Experience of receiving treatment for an oral disease <0.001*
Not have 3 (5.9) 48 (94.1) 51 (18.0)
Have 101 (43.3) 132 (56.7) 233 (82.0)
 Oral symptom requiring treatment Not have 14 (13.6) 89 (86.4) 103 (36.3) <0.001*
Have 90 (49.7) 91 (50.3) 181 (637)
Total 104 (36.6) 180 (63.4) 284 (100)

Values are presented as n (%).

p-values were analyzed using chi-squared test;

p<0.001.

J Dent Hyg Sci 2018;18:389-97 https://doi.org/10.17135/jdhs.2018.18.6.389
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