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Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood

Alexander A. Ponomarev, Maxim S. Kaushan, Sergei N. Gontarev, Arman A. Oganesean, Maria K. Kurmaz, Maria G. Gayvoronsky.

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Objectives: In the paper the data is given of the research on prevalence of dental tissues abrasion (DTA) in adults of various age groups.
Materials and Methods: The detailed dental examination of 1.924 patients (1.044 males and 880 females) at the ages from 21 to 89 was carried out. There were 4 groups: young adults from 18 to 44; middle-aged adults from 45 to 59; older persons from 60 to 74; and senile persons from 75 to 89.
Results: The prevalence of dental tissues pathology in adults depends on the age group and gender specific features. The DTA is less common in young adults (4.98%) than in middle-aged adults (36.24 %) as well as older (31.44%) and senile persons (17.2%). People of older age groups more often need treatment and preventive interventions oriented to teeth tissue.
Conclusions: The study found that women are less susceptible to hard tooth tissue abrasion than men. With age, the number of people with tooth abrasion as well as its severity increase.

Key words: dental tissue abrasion, tooth abrasion prevalence, teeth non-carious lesions.


 
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Ponomarev AA, Kaushan MS, Gontarev SN, Oganesean AA, Kurmaz MK, Gayvoronsky MG. Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25


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Ponomarev AA, Kaushan MS, Gontarev SN, Oganesean AA, Kurmaz MK, Gayvoronsky MG. Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. http://www.ejmcm.com/?mno=131176 [Access: October 13, 2020]. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25


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Ponomarev AA, Kaushan MS, Gontarev SN, Oganesean AA, Kurmaz MK, Gayvoronsky MG. Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25



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Ponomarev AA, Kaushan MS, Gontarev SN, Oganesean AA, Kurmaz MK, Gayvoronsky MG. Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25



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Ponomarev, A. A., Kaushan, . M. S., Gontarev, . S. N., Oganesean, . A. A., Kurmaz, . M. K. & Gayvoronsky, . M. G. (2020) Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25



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Ponomarev, Alexander A., Maxim S. Kaushan, Sergei N. Gontarev, Arman A. Oganesean, Maria K. Kurmaz, and Maria G. Gayvoronsky. 2020. Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25



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Ponomarev, Alexander A., Maxim S. Kaushan, Sergei N. Gontarev, Arman A. Oganesean, Maria K. Kurmaz, and Maria G. Gayvoronsky. "Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood." doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Ponomarev, Alexander A., Maxim S. Kaushan, Sergei N. Gontarev, Arman A. Oganesean, Maria K. Kurmaz, and Maria G. Gayvoronsky. "Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood." doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Ponomarev, A. A., Kaushan, . M. S., Gontarev, . S. N., Oganesean, . A. A., Kurmaz, . M. K. & Gayvoronsky, . M. G. (2020) Features of the Clinical Course of Dental Tissue Abrasion in Adulthood. doi:https://doi.org/10.31838/ejmcm.07.02.25








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