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Table 4 Logistic regression analyses of odds for tooth wear (BEWE > 0) among Indonesian children

From: Tooth wear among five-year-old children in Jakarta, Indonesia

Variables OR 95% CI p-value
Frequency of citrus drink intake
 Less than once every 2 daysreference
  At least once every 2 days 2.41 1.48–3.93 < 0.001
Frequency of fruit juice intake
 Less than once every 2 daysreference
  At least once every 2 days 2.01 1.34–3.03 0.001
Frequency of vitamin C supplement drink intake
 Less than once every 2 daysreference
  At least once every 2 days 2.21 1.15–4.26 0.017
Father’s education level
 College or abovereference
  Secondary school 1.83 1.21–2.76 0.004
  Primary school or below 2.07 0.93–4.60 0.075
Socioeconomic status
 Lowreference
  High 1.66 1.12–2.48 0.012
Caries experience
 Noreference
  Yes 0.52 0.33–0.81 0.004
  1. ORodds ratio, CI confidence interval, reference reference group; R2 = 0.121; p-values were calculated using binary logistic regression analyses