Research Paper | Dental Science | Saudi Arabia | Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017
Decisive Analysis of Smoking and Periodontal Syndrome at Selected Dental Clinics, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Alhassan Khalid Alasiari, Dr. Abrar Abdulrazaq Makhdom
Background Cigarette smoking is one of the most preventable sources of morbidity and premature death worldwide. In the United States, smoking is responsible for approximately one in five deaths smoking has been shown to significantly increase the risk of tooth loss from periodontal disease. The effect appears to be dose-related, with heavy smokers exhibiting a significantly greater risk of tooth loss from periodontal disease compared to nonsmokers and lighter smokers. These patients have levels of risk similar to those of non-smokers. The aim of this provide decisive analysis which will consequently, will assist to provide some evidence support for the contribution between smoking and periodontal syndrome. Objective The aim of this provides a decisive analysis to provide some evidence support for the contribution between smoking and periodontal syndrome. at the selected dental clinics, Saudi Arabia. Method Structured survey was conducted at ten dental clinics, Saudi Arabia to provide a decisive analysis to provide some evidence support for the contribution between smoking and periodontal syndrome. at the selected dental clinics, Saudi Arabia. Results Several studies have shown that the effect of smoking on periodontal tissues may involve both of these processes. For example, smokers tend to have depressed numbers of T-helper lymphocytes, which are important cells of the immune system to regulate cell-mediated immunity and the activity of B lymphocytes. To boot, the host requires functional neutrophils to deal effectively with bacterial infections. Tobacco smoke has been shown by several studies to have a deleterious effect on various neutrophil functions. Conclusions The existing research findings discovered that there was strong evidences replicate for the correlation between smoking and periodontal syndrome within the study setting.
Keywords: Decisive Analysis, Awareness, &Periodontal Syndrome
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017
Pages: 605 - 607
How to Cite this Article?
Dr. Alhassan Khalid Alasiari, Dr. Abrar Abdulrazaq Makhdom, "Decisive Analysis of Smoking and Periodontal Syndrome at Selected Dental Clinics, Saudi Arabia", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20178714, Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017, 605 - 607
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