Retrospective Analysis on Class 3 Mesial or Distal aspect of | 91076

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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Retrospective Analysis on Class 3 Mesial or Distal aspect of Mandibular Anterior Teeth Restored with Composite

Author(s): Yuvashree CS and Delphine Priscilla Antony S*


Introduction: Caries is the most common cause of oral pain and tooth loss, and it can be treated with amalgam, composite, porcelain, and gold restorations, as well as endodontic treatments and extraction. Because it can take hues that are more close to enamel, composite restorations have gained in popularity during the previous half-century. Aim: The aim of the study was to assess and analyse the mesial or distal aspect of Mandibular anterior teeth restored with composite. Materials and methods: This was a descriptive study, where all the patients’ data was collected by reviewing patients records and analysing the data of 86000 patients reported from June 2019 to February 2021 to the Department of conservative dentistry and endodontics, Private Dental college and hospitals, Chennai. Data was collected and tabulated, statistical analysis was done by SPSS–IBM. Results: From the statistical analysis it was found that nearly 29.23% of the patients who underwent Mandibular anterior teeth restoration was found to be most commonly seen in the age groups between 40-49 years with female predilection (79.38%). Class 3 LCR mesial (52%) was found to be more prevalent than distal (48%). The most commonly associated tooth was lower canines (21%). Conclusion: In this study, we observed that there is a significant difference between the age , gender and tooth number of patients who underwent class 3 composite restoration in the mesial or distal aspect of mandibular anterior teeth.

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