Optimization of Treatment and Preventive Measures to Improve the Dental Status of the Military Personnel in the Provision of Outpatient Care
Kafarov Kyamal Kafar Ogly
Azerbaijan Republik Ministry of Internal Affairs, Dental Center, 36 Z.Bunyadov Prospect, Baku, Azerbaijan
ABSTRACT: Based on the clinical and epidemiological studies conducted among 312 military personnel of Interior Ministry troops, it was noted that the largest number of the surveyed, both in the younger and older age groups, had an expressed pathology of hard tooth tissues and periodontal tissues. The highest prevalence and intensity of inflammatory periodontal disease and tooth decay was detected with the increased age of the surveyed. Professional oral hygiene was required for 75.64% of patients with gingivitis and periodontitis. Comprehensive periodontal treatment, which included in addition to occupational hygiene and sanitation the conservative therapy and surgical treatment, was necessary for 13.46% military personnel with moderate and severe chronic generalized periodontitis in average. Based on the results of clinical and laboratory research, our focus on the remedies of plant origin is well founded, as they do not cause allergic reactions or other side effects, contribute to the improvement of hygienic condition, normalizing the immune system and microbiocenosis of the mouth, and have both therapeutic and prophylactic efficacy, which is very important for the surveyed population group.
KEYWORDS: Military personnel; Tooth decay; Periodontal disease; Black cumin oil; TreatmentDownload this article as:
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Ogly K. K. K. Optimization of Treatment and Preventive Measures to Improve the Dental Status of the Military Personnel in the Provision of Outpatient Care. Biosci Biotech Res Asia 2015;12(2)