Is periodontitis a reason for tooth loss among Haldia Population?
Background: Periodontitis is one of the major reasons for tooth loss in adults. Aims and objectives: The aim of this study was to assess the reasons for tooth loss among Haldia Population. Materials and methods: A Cross sectional study was conducted from the data of a total no of 570 patients (male-313 and females-257) attended the outpatient clinic with tooth loss. The Socio demographic details and cause of tooth loss were collected; causes other than dental caries and periodontal disease were excluded. Results: The highest proportion of tooth loss was due to periodontitis than caries. Conclusion: Periodontitis is the major cause for loosing tooth.
Agarwal V, Khatri M, Singh G, Gupta G, Marya C, Kumar V. Prevalence of periodontal diseases in India. J Oral Health Comm Dent. 2010;4(spl):7-16.
Bhatia A, Bains SK, Singh MP. To assess knowledge and awareness of North Indian population towards periodontal therapy and oral-systemic disease link: A cross-sectional survey. Journal of Interdisciplinary Dentistry. 2013;3(2):79-85.
Ong G. Periodontal reasons for tooth loss in an Asian population. Journal of Clinical Periodontology. 1996;23(4):307-9.
Anand P, Kuriakose S. Causes and patterns of loss of permanent teeth among patients attending a dental teaching institution in south India. The journal of contemporary dental practice. 2009;10(5):E057.
Cahen P, Frank R, Turlot J. A survey of the reasons for dental extractions in France. Journal of dental research. 1985;64(8):1087-93.
Farsi J. Common causes of extraction of teeth in Saudi Arabia. 1992.
Johanson S, Johanson J. A survey of causes of permanent tooth extractions in South Australia. Australian Dental Journal. 1977;22(4):238-42.
Kay E, Blinkhorn A. The reasons for the extraction of various tooth types in Scotland. Journal of Dentistry. 1987;15(1):30-3.
Upadhyaya C, Humagain M. The pattern of tooth loss due to dental caries and periodontal disease among patients attending dental department (OPD), Dhulikhel Hospital, Kathmandu University Teaching Hospital (KUTH), Nepal. Kathmandu University Medical Journal. 2009;7(1):59-62.
- There are currently no refbacks.
|Published by Celesta Software Pvt Ltd|