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This study aims to evaluate inequality in oral health among adolescents and to explain the mechanisms of such inequalities in Gangneung, South Korea. One thousand two hundred sixty-seven students in their first year from four vocational and three general schools participated in the baseline survey of , and Oral examinations by the same dentist and a self-administered questionnaire were repeated during both waves.
Outcome measure for oral health was the existence of untreated dental caries DT. As socioeconomic position SEP indicators, school type general vs. Variables measuring oral health related behaviours included tooth brushing frequency, frequency of eating snacks and drinking sodas, smoking, and annual visits to dental clinics. Having a less educated father and attending a vocational school were significant predictors for untreated caries after controlling for SEP indicators.
There were socioeconomic inequalities in oral health on an adolescent panel. The online version of this article Various studies have recognized that there are socioeconomic inequalities in health [ 1 — 3 ] and oral health [ 4 , 5 ].
A gap exists across all levels of socioeconomic groups, especially between the highest and the lowest ones. However, there are differing opinions for the existence of health inequality in a specific life stage: These studies argued that commonly used SEP indicators, including education, occupation, and income levels, are not appropriate for adolescents.
For example, there was a significant health gap in adolescents when using alternative SEP indicators such as the Family Affluence Scale FAS [ 14 ] and perceived socioeconomic status [ 15 ].