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report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=4NHANESDo you think you have gum disease?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=6NHANESHas a dental professional ever told you that you have lost bone around your teeth?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=6NHANESHave you ever had scaling, root planing, surgery or other treatment for gum disease?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=8NHANESHave you ever had any teeth that have become loose by themselves without some injury (not baby teeth)?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=9NHANESHow often during the last seven days did you use mouthwash or any dental rinse product?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=9NHANESHow often during the last seven days did you use dental floss, tape or interdental brush to clean between your teeth, other than just to remove food particles stuck between your teeth?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=10NHANESHow would you rate the health of your gums?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=11NHANESDuring the past three months, have you noticed that you have a tooth that doesn't look right?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=12NHANESOverall, would you rate the health of your mouth, teeth, and gum, as excellent, good, fair or poor?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=12NHANESHave you had painful gums?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=13NHANESHave you noticed your gums being red or swollen during the past week?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=13NHANESHow likely is it that you will get gum disease? Is it very likely, somewhat likely, or a fifty-fifty chance, somewhat unlikely, or very unlikely?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=14NHANESHow long has it been since you last visited a dentist or dental clinic?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=15NHANESHow many of your permanent teeth have been removed because of tooth decay or gum disease? Do not include teeth lost for other reasons, such as injury or orthodontics2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=17NHANESHow long has it been since you had your teeth cleaned by a dentist or dental hygienist?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=18NHANESDo you have any kind of insurance coverage that pays for some or all of your routine dental care, including dental insurance, prepaid plans such as HMO's or government plans such as Medicaid?2006
report/OralHealthReportforQBANK.pdf#page=18NHANESWhat is the main reason you have not visited the dentist in the last year?2006
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=4NHISHow would you describe the condition of your mouth and teeth? Would you say very good, good, fair or poor? [NOTE: question includes people who have no teeth, have false teeth and dentures]2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=5NHISWhich one of the following statements BEST describes your approach to dental care?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=6NHISI am going to read you a list of reasons people get dental care. Please tell me how many hours of work you have you missed in the past 6 months for each one. (1) For checkups or cleanings2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=6NHISI am going to read you a list of reasons people get dental care. Please tell me how many hours of work you have you missed in the past 6 months for each one. (2) For orthodontic treatment2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=6NHISI am going to read you a list of reasons people get dental care. Please tell me how many hours of work you have you missed in the past 6 months for each one. (3) For emergency or immediate dental treatment2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=7NHISI am going to read you a list of reasons people get dental care. Please tell me how many hours of work you have you missed in the past 6 months for each one. (4) For a specific problem other than orthodontic treatment or emergency treatment2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=7NHISI am going to read you a list of reasons people get dental care. Please tell me how many hours of work you have you missed in the past 6 months for each one. (5) For tooth whitening or other cosmetic work2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007NHISOralHealthReport.pdf#page=7NHISI am going to read you a list of reasons people get dental care. Please tell me how many hours of work you have you missed in the past 6 months for each one. (6) For taking someone else to a dental appointment2007