Dental Orthopedic Morbidity Among Drafted Men Residing in Ivano-Frankivsk Region
The objective of the research was to establish the level of dental orthopedic morbidity among draftees in the western region of Ukraine.
Materials and Methods. A clinical dental examination of 294 drafted men residing in Ivano-Frankivsk region was carried out; among them, there were 185 urban residents and 109 rural residents.
Results. There were established a quite high prevalence of dental orthopedic morbidity and intensity of its development, especially among rural residents - 275.7 and 522.9 people per 1,000 population among urban and rural residents, respectively. The amount of orthopedic care in terms of total number of dentition defects and the teeth with destroyed coronal portion requiring orthopedic treatment, was found to be 2.4 times greater among rural residents as compared to urban ones and reached 1899.1 versus 787.6 defects, respectively. There was determined the identical structure of dentition defects among both urban and rural residents; bounded edentulous spaces accounted for 100% of cases, the absence of one tooth was observed in 92.3% of cases.
Conclusions. The urgent need for a radical reform of the system for providing comprehensive orthopedic care to drafted men with a mandatory active dispensary registration was substantiated.
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