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Influence of Dietary Pattern and Personal Habits on Dental and Gingival Diseases-A Survey Study

Show simple item record Abegunasekara, N.S. Peiris, K.P.P. 2019-09-03T11:03:23Z 2019-09-03T11:03:23Z 2019
dc.identifier.citation Abegunasekara,N.S. and Peiris,K.P.P, Influence of Dietary Pattern and Personal Habits on Dental and Gingival Diseases-A Survey Study, Kiban research publications, International Journal of Ayurveda, Vol.04(2), ISSN:2456-6640 en_US
dc.identifier.issn 2456-6640
dc.description.abstract Orai health is reiated to diet in man1, ways; for an example, nuti'itional influence on craniofacial development, oral cancer and oral infechous diseases. Dental diseases impacL considerably on self-esteem and qtiality of life and treatmenis are expensive. The raost common diseases of the mouth which the rlentai health practitioners come across are dental caries and periodontal diseases. Unique characteristics of these diseases are; they have universal prevaience, they do not unclergo renission or termination if lefl unlreated but accumulate a backlog of unmel needs, Dental diseases include dental caries, developmental defecis of enamel, dental evosion and periorlontai disease" The main cause of tr:oth loss is dental caries in which diet plays an important role. Diet also plays a significant etiological role in dental erosion, the prevalence of rvhich seems to be increasrng, and dietail, components may conlribute to development of enamel defects (e.g. enamel hypoplasia, fluorosis), However, in modern societies, diet and nutrition plai,' a relatively minor role in the etiology of periodontal dieease {gum disease). another cause r:f tooth loss in adults. The present study is rnainly focus to find out the in{luence of dietary pattern and personal habits on dental and periodontal diseases. Data were coilected randomly from 250 patients ofboth sex and all age groups by questionnaire wi;h individuai discussion and anaiSrzed by percenlages. Among lhose, the age group bet,ween 21-30 were recorded the highlv affected age group of dentai and gingival diseases. Less than 40% o{ patients had affects the dietary habits on occurring dental and periodontal tliseases. Also it is revealed that the comrnunity hasn't an explicit awareness on oral hygiene. Conclusion was drawn that dietary pattern and personal habits are causative factors on occuring dental and periodontal diseases. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher International Journal of Ayurveda en_US
dc.subject Dietary Pattern en_US
dc.subject Personal flabits en_US
dc.subject Dental and Gingiual Diseaset en_US
dc.title Influence of Dietary Pattern and Personal Habits on Dental and Gingival Diseases-A Survey Study en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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