Anxiety, depression, and oral health: A population ‑based study in Southeast of Iran

Conclusion: The results of the study showed a significant relationship between depression andoral health indices but not with anxiety. Therefore, the present study suggests that more attentionshould be paid to the oral health of people with a history of depression.Key Words: Anxiety, dental caries, depression, oral health, periodontal diseases
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