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Ahmadi-Motamayel F, Hadian N. Evaluation of oral health and bleeding management after dental procedures of patients with congenital bleeding disorders in Tehran city in 2015: A comparative study. JSSU. 2016; 24 (6) :460-467
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Introduction: Platelets and clotting factors dysfunction lead to hereditary hemorrhagic disease. In according to the importance of these diseases, the aim of this study was the evaluation of oral health and bleeding management of the patients with congenital bleeding disorders in Tehran city in 2015.

Methods: In this case-control study, 68 hemophilic patients  as case group were compared with 50 healthy people as control group. These samples matched in according to age and gender. DMFT/S and GI index (caries index and gingival index) was recorded and bleeding management evaluated by the patient's medical records and interviews. Data analyzed using SPSS version 16  and the level of significant was considered p ≤0.05.

Results: Patients group The mean of age in hemophilic patients was 12.54 ± 2.94 and in the control group was 12.50±3.1. DMFT, DMFS and GI index was higher in the health group. With increasing the age of the patients  gingival inflammation index also increased significantly (p=0.001) so that 70% of individual with age higher than 15 had grade 3 gingival inflammation.

Conclusions: Patients and parents awareness about dental hygiene and regular dental visit is very important for caries prevention and reduction of DMFT/S and GI index and regular dental visits are essential for the patients.

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Type of Study: Original article | Subject: Dental
Received: 2016/01/25 | Accepted: 2016/05/14 | Published: 2016/10/5

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