Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

EVALUATION OF THE PERIODONTAL STATUS OF DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS WITH NORMAL OCCLUSION AND MALOCCLUSION- AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH


Dr. Shameem Karpe, Dr. Abhinay Muthyala, Dr. A Rashmi Pillai, Dr.Abhishek Gautam, Dr. Praveen Kumar Varma, Dr. Abhimanyu Singh,

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.286

Keywords: Malocclusion, Diabetics, Orthodontic Treatment.


Abstract

Introduction: Malocclusion may be a lead cause of the aggravating the periodontitis especially in the diabetic. Hence in the present study we aim to conduct an evaluation of the periodontal status of diabetes mellitus patients with normal occlusion and malocclusion at an institutional level. Material and methods: We conducted an institutional observational study. We divided equally two groups of the cases and the control each with n=100. All the subjects were diabetics with normal and malocclusions. The angle’s malocclusion, the Resell’s periodontal index, were noted among the subjects. The data noted and was analyzed and the significance of < 0.05 was considered significant. Results: we observed that prevalence rate of severe destructive periodontal diseases (SDPD) in malocclusion group was 81.72% than in normal occlusion group with less prevalence rate of 55.21%. Conclusion: Periodontal disorders were significant in the uncontrolled diabetes mellitus in malocclusion group was more than in normal occlusion group, with maximum periodontium destruction observed during first between 1-5 years of detection of diabetes.

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