Table 1: Factors Affecting Periodontitis-Related Tooth Extraction in ID patients -Unary Logistic Regression

Explanatory Variables Comparison Content Crude Odds Ratio P Value
Number of Teeth (Number of Teeth Lost Due to Periodontal Disease)
Number of missing teeth Missing teeth increases by one tooth (52 teeth lost at initial examination) 1.375 <0.0001
Bone mass Normal/low 13.97 0.0004
418(2)/286(18)
Antiepileptic drugs Use/unuse 3.762 0.0043
208(12)/496(8)
BMI 25 /<25 2.538 0.0443
266(12)/438(8)
Age 35 /<35 2.944 0.0557
410(16)/294(4)
Number of years elapsed Missing teeth increases by one year (10.1 ± 7.9 (mean ± SD)) 1.007 0.8081
Living circumstance institute/home 6.90 <0.0001
158(13)/544(7)
Tooth brushing assisted/unassisted 1.66 0.34
583(15)/119(5)
BOP % Missing teeth increases by one percent change of BOP (50.7 ± 39.2 (mean ± SD)) 1.028 0.0013

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