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COMPARE OF SEQUNTIONAL EFFECT OF CHLORHEXIDINE NAF MOUTH WASHES ON PLAQUE CONTROL

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 Start Page 399 | End Page 405

Abstract

 Background & Aim: Dental plaque is recognized as the main etiologic factor in gingival diseases. There fore, prevention and control of plaque aggregation on various dental surface display a very significant role in prophylaxis and treatment of both gingivitis and periodontitis. However mechanical removing of the plaque is the primary method for dental and oral hygiene, It can not be carried out perfectly even by precision patient. To resolve the problem, it is recommended to add chemical control to mechanical method. In respect to the importance of chemical control, this study purposes to evaluate synergic effect and compare effect of CHLORHEXIDINE, NaF MOUTH WASHEs, a type of chemical method, on PLAQUE CONTROL.Materials & Methods: The studied group consist of 15 dentistry students. After a thorough professional prophylaxis including interdental cleaning.15 subjects started to rinse according to 4 different regiments: regimen CH-NaF: CHLORHEXIDINE Immediately followed by SODIUM FLUORIDE in the morning and in the evening; regimen NaF-CH: SODIUM FLUORIDE immediately followed by CHLORHEXIDINE in the morning and in the evening; regimen CH: CHLORHEXIDINE in the morning and in the evening; regimen NaF: SODIUM FLUORIDE in the morning and in the evening. No further oral hygiene measures were allowed for the next 5 day. After 5day, the subject were scored for BOP, PI and PCR, afther of days’ washout period of 4 days. Following this procedure, all subjects went through all 4 regiments.Results: Our observation revealed no bleeding due to probing in all who used four rinsing regimes. The rate of plaque index varied according to the type and manner of the mouthwash applied, so that minimal plaque index was seen in combining CHLORHEXIDINE / SODIUM FLUORIDE regimen. In addition, the mean PLAQUE CONTROL record percent different in accordance to the type and manner of the mouthwash applied, so that the lowest mean was illustrated in the regimen combining CHLORHEXIDINE / SODIUM FLUORIDE mouthwashes.Conclusion: The observation showed no bleeding on probing in subjects who applied four regimens. The best outcomes of plaque index and PLAQUE CONTROL record were obtained with use of CHLORHEXIDINE-sodium fluoride MOUTH WASHEs.

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