Developing Children's Oral Health Assessment Toolkits Using Machine Learning Algorithm.

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Evaluating children's oral health status and treatment needs is challenging. We aim to build oral health assessment toolkits to predict Children's Oral Health Status Index (COHSI) score and referral for treatment needs (RFTN) of oral health. Parent and Child toolkits consist of short-form survey items (12 for children and 8 for parents) with and without children's demographic information (7 questions) to predict the child's oral health status and need for treatment.


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Name: JDR clinical and translational research
ISSN: 2380-0852
Pages: 2380084419885612


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