K Anjaneyulu

Department of Conservative Dentistry, Saveetha Dental College and Hospitals, Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences, Saveetha University, Chennai, India


  • Research   
    Institution Based Assessment of Incidence and Association of Abrasion between Different Age Groups-A Retrospective Study
    Author(s): Nivethitha R and K Anjaneyulu*

    Introduction: Defects in the gingival third of a tooth crown, which may be on the facial or lingual surface, are prominent in cervical lesions. Non-carious cervical lesions are pathological losses of tooth structure produced by reasons other than dental caries, such as cervical abrasion (NCCL). Cervical abrasion is an example of NCCL, in which exposing the teeth to mechanical pressures on a regular basis causes pathological wear of the hard tissues. Cervical tooth lesions are more common as people get older in the majority of situations. The prevalence of cervical abrasion differs between males and females, according to several studies. To evaluate the incidence and association of cervical abrasion between age groups. Materials and methods: A total of 1000 patients were included in the present study. Demographic details like age, gender of patients with cervical abrasion were recorded.. Read More»

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