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Volume 8 Issue 10 (October, 2020)

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Ortho-perio synergism and its association with COVID-19- A survey
Dr. Adeel Ahmed Bajjad, Dr. Navneet Kour, Dr. Nadia Irshad, Dr. Kousain Sehar, Dr. Manju Tagra, Dr. Hilal Ahmad Hela

The episode of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) in the region of Wuhan, China, has advanced quickly into a general wellbeing and has spread exponentially to different parts of the world. These ribonucleic acid infectionís creature supplies, zoonotic transmission, high change rates, and illustrated human-to-human spread has made them of specific open wellbeing concern. Given in all cases transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and reports of its spread, dental procedures like orthodontic procedure are at halt which thus are influencing the periodontal wellbeing of the patient. Objective: The reason of the study is to provide details regarding information and awareness among orthodontic patients about their periodontal wellbeing because of no/delay in treatment during lockdown. Material and methodology: A well-organized online multiple choice based survey was defined. The example size was picked by straightforward randomized testing as 300 from orthodontic patients of North India. The outcomes were classified, and elucidating insights were introduced for the scores of poll and furthermore dissected mean and standard deviations with a critical estimation of P<0.05. Pearson correlations test was used to find the correlation between ortho-perio and effects of lockdown on orthodontic treatments. Conclusion: During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is basic those dentists think universally and act locally to limit the dangers of transmitting SARS-CoV-2 in the orthodontic setting. The study mainly focused on the orthoperio relationship and the effects of covid lockdown on the orthodontic treatments and problems faced by the patients. Keywords: awareness, coronavirus, orthodontic, periodontal, inflammation.

 
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