Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : stomatitis

Optimization Of Diagnosis And Prevention Of Development Of Caries For Orthodonic Treatment

Fozilov Uktam Abdurazakovich; Rizayeva Sevara Mirgulamovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3714-3719

A wide range of scientific research is being carried out in the world to predict and detect early manifestations of caries in children during orthodontic treatment, as well as to optimize the effectiveness of diagnostic and treatment-and-prophylactic measures, existing diagnostic methods are already insufficient, there is an urgent need for additional research methods. From these positions, it seems promising to study diagnostic and therapeutic measures aimed at improving the quality indicators of orthodontic care for children. The development of the closest possible approach to the diagnosis and treatment of caries during orthodontic treatment in the early stages will help to obtain a stable aesthetic outcome in the treatment of orthodontic patients, and to avoid relapses. In modem orthodontic dentistry acute problem of prevention of dental caries and periodontal diseases, especially in children and adolescents who have not yet completed the process of mineralization of hard tissues: soon after teething create a situation of increased risk of tooth decay. The purpose of this paper is to analyze complex information about methods of prevention of dental caries in patients with removable and non-removable orthodontic appliances

Experimental Estimation Of "Denta Aloe" Efficiency In The Complex Treatment Of Sutton’s Aphthae

Khaydar Kamilov; Shakhnoza Khodzhiakbarova; Kamolakhon Takhirova; Aliya Kadirbaeva; Farangiz Bakhramova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5280-5292

The problem of diseases of the oral mucosa covers a wide range of issues. Despite numerous studies, etiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, treatment of this pathology is not fully permitted.
The current most widely used medical term is "recurrent aphthous stomatitis" or simply "aphthous stomatitis". Historically, many different terms have been used to refer to recurrent aphthous stomatitis or its sub-types, and some are still in use. Synonyms for major RAS include Sutton's ulcers (named after Richard Lightburn Sutton), Sutton's disease, Sutton's syndrome and pariadenitis mucosa necrotica recurrens. The incidence of the disease ranges from 10 to 40%, according to WHO, 20% of the population is affected. Currently, the etiology and pathogenesis of this disease are not fully established and, despite the variety of studies conducted in our country and abroad, remain the subject of numerous discussions. Microscopic and histological studies of the " Denta Aloe" preparation were carried out in the histological laboratories of the Republican Pathological Center, the staining of the micropreparations was performed using hematoxylin and eosin dyes.