International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Book Review | Dentistry | India | Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022

Patients' View on Non-Surgical and Surgical Periodontal Therapy in Relation to Oral Health: A Narrative Review

Dr. Asish Kumar Swain | Dr. Md Jalaluddin [2] | Dr. Bhargabee Das | Dr. Asmita Saha | Dr. Balpreet Kaur | Dr. Aditi Chatrath | Dr. Aakash Kumar

Abstract: Oral disease has a prominent influence on diurnal lifestyle and quality of life from the physiological, societal, and psychological perspective. Around 10% of the adult population of the world comes under moderate to severe periodontitis and makes it 6th most prevalent chronic disease worldwide. Periodontitis is responsible for thirty to thirty-five percent of overall tooth loss and forthwith impacts QoL by adversely impacting the usual functioning capability such as chewing and biting, confidence level and self-esteem and social relationship. A number of works associated with NST and ST medical or clinical assessment over patients well-being. However, there is inappropriate evidence that emphasises on patients' insight of periodontal procedure and its influence on oral health related QoL Thus, research review is intended to emphasise on exploring the patient perception regarding NST and ST and its relation with oral health. The review was conducted on two fundamental bedrock: first is comparing among both the therapeutic approach, and its consequences after treatment. Along with the viewpoint of the patient who went through NST and ST procedure, the study also determines association with QoL. To comprehensively execute the research the discussion segment classified into several subparts-the procedure of NST and ST, clinical consequences of NST and ST, oral health emphasising on QoL and comparing both the procedure. The review concluded that NST is capable of initial stage treatment. Hence, to deal with the chronic periodontal disorder it was suggested to start with non-surgical treatment before underwine surgical procedure. The study also recommended that the researcher may support for more exclusive comparison on NST and ST for long-term perspective.

Keywords: Non-Surgical Therapy, Surgical Therapy, Periodontal Therapy, Periodontitis, Oral health-related quality of life

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022,

Pages: 948 - 952

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