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The Level of Dental Hygiene of Lower Anterior Dentition Depending on Proportion of Crowding
Jurásková, Klára ; Rampová, Soňa (advisor) ; Zámostná Wünschová, Hedvika (referee)
The goal: The aim of this work was to summarize the basic knowledge of the sedimentation and its influence on the parodont. Further focus on the hygiene of the oral cavity and its associated complications in the care of denture. The aim of my practical part is also to create a briefing leaflet for dentists and dental hygienists, for the correct hygienic habits of the teeth in the lower frontal area. Introduction: Orthodontic defects affect up to 90 % of the population, and crowding is one of the most common forms of malocclusion. We can also find it common with children, but this condition is unfavorable to the development of permanent dentition. The seamed denture effortlessly increases the requirements for hygiene of the oral cavity. The teeth are placed close together or overlap, and there is a higher propensity for plaque accumulation and later mineralization in the tooth. Subsequently, tooth decay and inflammation of the hanging apparatus may occur. File and Methodology: In the practical part, 27 patients were examined in the age range of 13- 68 years. Patients were examined using the PBI, CPI-TN, QH, VM-index, and the Little's irregularity index was measured using the drawer. The results were photographed, tabulated and graphically processed. Results: Examination of patients in my research has...

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