This report provides information on the oral health and oral health impacts experienced by Australian children using data from the 2010 National Dental Telephone Interview Survey. It seeks to determine if this experience is closely related to the oral health of their parents. Additionally, the report explores the role family circumstances play in children's experience of oral health.
ISSN 1445-775X; ISBN 978-1-74249-364-0; Cat. no. DEN 222; 12pp.; $15
Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Body section
- Child oral health impacts related to child factors
- Child oral health impacts related to parental factors
- Child oral health impacts related to the dental visiting factors of their parents
- Child oral health impacts related to affordability factors
- Child oral health impacts related to parent's experience of oral health impacts
- Data source and methodology
- Oral health impact measures among children
- Criteria for determining statistical significance
- End matter
- Verso pages
AIHW 2012. Families and their oral health. DSRU research report no. 57. Cat. no. DEN 222. Canberra: AIHW.