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Table. 3.

Summary of previous epidemiologic studies on malocclusion assessment in Korea

Author (year) Assessment Sample Size Prevalence (%) Included as variables

Angle classification Sex Age
Suhr et al.7 (1984) Angle classification 7–22 year old students in Seoul 8,989 61 Yes Yes Yes
Sohn et al.8 (1993) HLD, TPI, and HMAR Elementary students from Seoul, Gwangju, Hwasun, and Anyang 649 Not applicable No Yes No
Kwon et al.9 (1989) Angle classification Kyungpook National University Dental Hospital 1,795 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Yang10 (1995) Angle classification Seoul National University Dental Hospital 6,788 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Baik et al.11 (1995) Angle classification Yonsei University Dental Hospital 2,155 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Yu et al.12 (1999) Angle classification Yonsei University Dental Hospital 9,159 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Hwang et al.13 (2001) Angle classification Chosun University Dental Hospital 3,070 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Im et al.14 (2003) Angle classification Seoul National University Dental Hospital 676 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Chung and Lee15 (2006) Angle classification Yeungnam University Hospital 993 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Yoon16 (2008) Angle classification Dankook University Dental Hospital 4,043 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Jung18 (2009) Angle classification Private clinics 1,620 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Piao et al.17 (2016) Angle classification Yonsei University Dental Hospital 7,476 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
Choi19 (2017) Angle classification Private clinic 1,254 Not applicable Yes Yes Yes
This study Subjective assessment Nationwide sample 165,996 18.7 No Yes Yes

HLD, Handicapping labiolingual deviation; TPI, treatment priority index; HMAR, handicapped malocclusion assessing record.

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