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Examining the Relationship Between Periodontal Disease in 60 Individuals and the use of Fixed Orthodontic Appliances

Submission: February 07, 2023;Published: February 24, 2023


Periodontal lesions and gum inflammation, which are common in both children and adults and have symptoms including bleeding gums and an increase in gum volume, are one of the society’s biggest issues and concerns. This study was carried out in light of the existing ambiguities regarding the relationship between the use of fixed orthodontic appliances and the development of periodontal disease, as well as the known complications of periodontal disease, the etiological significance of the disease, and the existence of the disease. A historical cohort study was done on 60 girls in the same school and class who were the control group and 30 girls receiving fixed orthodontic treatment for at least 12 months. The aforementioned participants had no trauma, the control group had never received orthodontic treatment, and both groups’ ages and sexes were comparable.

Keywords:Orthodontic; Oral hygiene; Case study; Etiological significance; Periodontal

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