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Oral health is a key indicator of overall health and well-being of life. It encompasses a range of diseases and conditions that include dental caries, tooth loss, periodontal (gum) disease, oral cancer, oro-dental trauma, noma, and birth defects such as cleft lip and palate. Oral diseases affect close billions of people worldwide. Cancers of the oral cavity lip are among the top 20 most common cancers worldwide, with nearly 180 000 deaths each year.
Most oral diseases and conditions share modifiable risk factors with the leading noncommunicable diseases (cardiovascular diseases, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes) tec. These risk factors include tobacco use, alcohol consumption, and unhealthy diets high in free sugars, which are increasing at the global level. There is a proven relationship between general oral health. It is reported, for example, that diabetes is linked with the development and progression of periodontitis in it. Moreover, there is a causal link between high consumption of sugars and diabetes, obesity, and obesity.
What is the Oral Health Condition?
Oral health conditions are mostly preventable and can be treated in the early stages. The majority of cases are dental caries (tooth decay), oral cancers, periodontal diseases, oro-dental trauma, cleft lip and palate, and noma (severe gangrenous disease starting in the mouth mostly affecting children).
Oral diseases affect close to billions of people worldwide, with caries of permanent teeth being the most common condition. Globally, about 2 billion people suffer from caries of permanent teeth and 520 million children suffer from caries of primary teeth1.
In most low- and middle-income countries, the priority of oral diseases continues to increase with growing urbanization and changes in living conditions. This is primarily due to inadequate exposure to fluoride (in the water supply and oral hygiene products such as toothpaste), which is available and affordable for food with very sugar and poor access to oral health care services in the community.
- Dental caries (tooth decay)
Dental caries result in plaque forming on the surface of a tooth and converting the free sugars contained in foods and drinks into acids that destroy the tooth over time. A continued high intake of free sugars and inadequate exposure to fluoride can lead to caries, pain, and sometimes tooth loss and infection.
- Oral cancer
Oral cancer includes cancers of the lip, and other parts of the mouth, including the oropharynx. It is more common in men and in older people, and it varies accordingly strong by socioeconomic condition.
- Periodontal (gum) disease
Periodontal disease affects the tissues both surrounding and supporting the tooth. The disease is characterized by, pain, bleeding, or swollen gums (gingivitis)and sometimes bad breath. In its more severe form, the gum can come away from the tooth and supporting bone, causing teeth to become loose and also fall out.
Noma is a severe gangrenous disease of the mouth including the face. It mostly affects children aged about 2–6 years. It suffers from malnutrition, is affected by infectious diseases, and lives in extreme poverty with poor oral hygiene or with weakened immune systems.
Noma starts as a soft tissue lesion (a sore) of the gums and inside the mouth. The initial gum lesion then develops into an acute form that progresses rapidly, destroying the soft tissues
- Oro-dental trauma
Oro-dental trauma results from injury to the teeth, and oral cavity, mouth. Around 20% of people suffer from this at some point in their life. It can be caused by oral factors such as lack of alignment of teeth and environmental factors such as unsafe playgrounds, and risk-taking behavior treatment. It is costly and lengthy and sometimes can even lead to tooth loss.
- Noncommunicable diseases
Most oral diseases and conditions share modifiable risk factors such as alcohol consumption and tobacco use. It includes an unhealthy diet high in free sugars that are common to the 4 leading noncommunicable diseases
In addition, diabetes has been linked in a reciprocal way with the development and progression of oral disease. There is also a normal link between the high consumption of sugar and diabetes, obesity, and dental caries.
What is absorbent paper?
It is a 125 g/m2 absorbent paper that provides total protection thanks to its two layers. The top side consists of a layer of cellulose with good liquid absorption power. The reverse side consists of a layer of polyethylene that it is completely waterproof.
Applications of absorbent paper
- It is used in laboratory trays and tables protection
2. Pathological anatomy laboratories
3. In seed germination (between-paper method)
4. For spillage recovery using its leak-tight surface
5. Suitable for working with materials that are valuable or hazardous
What are the uses of absorbent paper in oral surgery?
Absorbent dental points are long fibrous sticks or swabs employed in the profession to treat the root canal of the tooth. In general therapy, absorbent dental points are used to dry out the root canal and apply medicament to it. Helps to isolate and determine which bacteria are present in this area. There are many genera of bacteria that cause trouble in the area. They include common types such as Gamma streptococci, yeasts, and Staph, Bac. acidophilus, Staph. aureus, Bac.
When it is desired to apply for medication purposes, the absorbent point is immersed in a solution and absorbs the medicament desired Paper is inserted into the tooth where it releases a part of the medicament into the part of the tooth undergoing treatment.
How it use
It is very important to conduct a dental therapy relating to the root canal. There may be from 50 to 200 individual points per package of paper. Ordinarily, the dentist uses at least 5 points per treatment. Under these circumstances, these points are sterile the first time the package is opened with air-borne bacteria or by bacteria transferred from the instruments introduced into the package.
Some points are:-
Absorbent Paper Points are made of absorbent paper that is made entirely of cotton fiber, therefore it is very effective at soaking up water
In view of the use to which these points are put, there are many important properties that they should possess. The method of manufacture should be so designed as to impart these properties to the final product.
The points should be reasonably stiff so as to permit insertion into a small opening, and yet they should be so flexible enough to follow tortuous routes in atypical root canals or pulp cavities.
It should be made to have a relatively high degree of crosswise and longitudinal strength, particularly when wet, to prevent them from 2,846,927 Patented Aug.
It is free from binders that react with or impede the effectiveness of medicaments or lower the absorbency of the points.
This is how absorbent paper is used in oral surgery. So keep smilinggg….