Periodontal Disease And Type 2 Diabetics Versus Non diabetics In Adhamiyah Sector, Baghdad- Iraq, 2018

Authors

  • Kholoud Saeed Abbas
  • Adel Abed Amber
  • Huda Waleed
  • Sama Samer

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v22i3.3301

Keywords:

Diabetes mellitus, periodontal disease, plaque index, gingival index, calculus, periodontal pocket probing depth, clinical attachment level.

Abstract

Background: periodontal disease is an inflammatory condition of the gums and the structures supporting the tooth
(periodontium and alveolar bone), importance of diabetes mellitus type 2 and their effect on the periodontal disease and
the need further study about this subject.
Objective: To compare the periodontal status of a group of diabetic patient with non-diabetic group.
Material and method: case control study, 105 type 2 diabetics and 105 non diabetic(mean age: 50.47+_11.67) were
examined in primary health center in AL-Adhamiyah sector, from the period 1 March 2018 until 1 July 2018, the
periodontal parameters were recorded, the plaque index (PI),gingival index (GI), Periodontal pocket depth (PPD), clinical
attachment level (CAL) and missing teeth these parameters were evaluated in a randomized half mouth examination.
Result: Diabetics highly significant in PI(p=0.0001), GI(p=0.0001), CAL(p=0.0001) , PPD(p=0.0001) and missing
teeth(p=0.0001).
Conclusion: this study showed that diabetics had more severe and higher periodontal disease, diabetics and their health
care givers should be informed of these findings so that diabetic patient can seek early management of periodontal disease.

Author Biographies

Kholoud Saeed Abbas

Researcher, B.D.S. primary health care/ Ministry of Health and Environment/ Baghdad/Iraq

Adel Abed Amber

Researcher, M.B.Ch.B/ Ministry of Health and Environment/ Baghdad/ Iraq

Huda Waleed

Researcher, B.D.S. primary health care/ Ministry of Health and Environment/ Baghdad/Iraq

Sama Samer

Researcher, M.B.Ch.B/ primary health care/ Ministry of Health and Environment/ Baghdad/Iraq

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Published

2022-08-16

How to Cite

Kholoud Saeed Abbas, Adel Abed Amber, Huda Waleed, & Sama Samer. (2022). Periodontal Disease And Type 2 Diabetics Versus Non diabetics In Adhamiyah Sector, Baghdad- Iraq, 2018. Medico Legal Update, 22(3), 14–20. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v22i3.3301