Event Title

The Impact and Therapeutic Efficacy of Chlorhexidine-Gel in Gingival Inflammation in Chronic Periodontopathy

Session

Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Description

Evaluation of the impact therapeutic effect of the gel which contain Chlorhexidine Gluconate on the gingival inflammation through comparative analysis in patients with the application of the conventional method (CM) and conventional therapy supported with Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel (KM-G). For the realization of our aim was included 30 patients from both genders, aged 20-50 years, in which radiographic and clinically was diagnosed chronic periodontal disease with a periodontal pocket depth of 3 mm but not exceeding 5 mm. The subjects are divided in two groups: in the first was used only the conventional method and in the second the subjects were treated with KM - G. In both groups included in this study we have determined the index by Loo-Sillnes and the index of the gingival inflammation by Sillness – Loo in four time points: the first during the initial treatment at the first examination. Then after 5th day, after 10th day and on the end after the 30th day from the first treatment. The Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel in patients was administered at the beginning during the first examination. The numerical statistical was analyzed with descriptive statistics methods ( Mean ± Standard deviation . , ± 95 % CI , Min . , Max . ), while the interactive effects between the two examined methods after the first treatment during the first examination , at 5th, at 10th and at 30th day, were analyzed with the Repeated measures Anova ( F ) / Post - hoc Bonferroni test ( p ). The results show reduction of the dental plaque and of the gingival inflammation in both groups after the 5 th, 10 th and after the 30th days from the initial treatment in comparison with the first examination. The comparison of the dental plaque index and the index of gingival Inflammation on the 5th, 10th and 30th day between the both groups, demonstrate significantly better therapeutic efficiency in the group treated with KM which was supported with using of the Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel. The subjects treated with the KM- G , as opposed to those treated with KM, had an significantly improved clinical effects which were observed through decreased gingival inflammation and trough dental plaque reduction in all stages of our research .

Keywords:

Chronic periodontal disease, Gingival inflammation, Conventional therapy, Chlorhexidine gluconate gel

Session Chair

Agim Prokshaj

Session Co-Chair

Aida Rexhepi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.379

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The Impact and Therapeutic Efficacy of Chlorhexidine-Gel in Gingival Inflammation in Chronic Periodontopathy

Pristina, Kosovo

Evaluation of the impact therapeutic effect of the gel which contain Chlorhexidine Gluconate on the gingival inflammation through comparative analysis in patients with the application of the conventional method (CM) and conventional therapy supported with Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel (KM-G). For the realization of our aim was included 30 patients from both genders, aged 20-50 years, in which radiographic and clinically was diagnosed chronic periodontal disease with a periodontal pocket depth of 3 mm but not exceeding 5 mm. The subjects are divided in two groups: in the first was used only the conventional method and in the second the subjects were treated with KM - G. In both groups included in this study we have determined the index by Loo-Sillnes and the index of the gingival inflammation by Sillness – Loo in four time points: the first during the initial treatment at the first examination. Then after 5th day, after 10th day and on the end after the 30th day from the first treatment. The Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel in patients was administered at the beginning during the first examination. The numerical statistical was analyzed with descriptive statistics methods ( Mean ± Standard deviation . , ± 95 % CI , Min . , Max . ), while the interactive effects between the two examined methods after the first treatment during the first examination , at 5th, at 10th and at 30th day, were analyzed with the Repeated measures Anova ( F ) / Post - hoc Bonferroni test ( p ). The results show reduction of the dental plaque and of the gingival inflammation in both groups after the 5 th, 10 th and after the 30th days from the initial treatment in comparison with the first examination. The comparison of the dental plaque index and the index of gingival Inflammation on the 5th, 10th and 30th day between the both groups, demonstrate significantly better therapeutic efficiency in the group treated with KM which was supported with using of the Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel. The subjects treated with the KM- G , as opposed to those treated with KM, had an significantly improved clinical effects which were observed through decreased gingival inflammation and trough dental plaque reduction in all stages of our research .