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Abstract

SURVEY ON USE OF DENTAL GEL CONTAINING CLOVE OIL FOR THE TREATMENT OF PERIODONTAL DISEASE

Dr. Prashant Kumar Katiyar*, Dr. Smita Takerkhade, Madhavi Ashika Lahu, Masne Mangala Ambanna, Mhatre Prajkta Bhagvan, Mishra Mithilesh Kumar Rakesh and Mishra Saurabh Mangalprasad

ABSTRACT

This aimed to study the survey report on Use of Dental gel containing clove oil for the treatment of Periodontal disease. This survey estimates public awareness towards oral health. Also the frequency of the population suffering from periodontal/gum disease. This helps to check the knowledge of public about periodontal disease. It estimate method followed by public to overcome dental problems, highlight awareness towards oral hygiene. There are many periodontitis risk factors in society. It estimates market formulation requirements to decrease oral problems and increase health safety. This study also understands the public point of view towards causative factors and causative elements responsible for periodontal disease. Also evaluate patient compliance status with dental gel formulation. Clove oil has a wide spectrum of antibacterial activity against a number of periodontal pathogens, hence it is selected for the treatment of periodontitis. The periodontal disease commonly refers to inflammatory diseases that are plaque induced i.e. gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis, the moderate stage of disease caused by an accumulation of supragingival plaque and characterized by swelling, light bleeding and redness of the marginal gingival. Gingivitis is associated with a change in the microflora, shifting from a Gram-positive anaerobic flora to a more Gram negative one. Periodontitis, a more severe stage of periodontal disease, results in the resorption of the alveolar bone and detachment of the periodontal ligament supporting tooth.

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