Assessment of Oral Hygiene Following Use of Various Nicotinic Acid Products Among Young Adult Attending Diagnostic Camp in Jorpati Area, Kathmandu Nepal-A Cross Sectional Survey
Background: An observational study was carried out in young adult attending diagnostic camp in Jorpati Area.
Materials & Method: A total of 341 subjects between 18-50 years of age were selected for the study. It contains the demographic profile, which includes age, gender, qualification, employment, residence, and oral adverse habits. Descriptive statistics like mean and percentages were used for the analysis.
Result: When compared with literacy level and adverse oral habits results were significant as compared to the residence address.
Conclusion: The present study shows oral habits were more among the population with a higher education group in our study.