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Journal ID : TMJ-16-04-2022-11254
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Title : Evaluation of the Oral Health-Related Quality of Life (OHRQoL) in Patients wearing removable complete dentures made with different border molding techniques: A clinical study

Abstract :

How different techniques of border molding affect removable complete-denture oral health quality of life is unclear. Under-standing the factors affecting patients’ quality of life with their dentures is essential to achieving higher quality of life rates. The Aim of this clinical study was to compare the oral health quality of life (OHIP-14) between The sectional and the single-step techniques in participants with removable complete dentures. Twelve Edentulous patients were recruited according to definitive criteria. The participants were randomly divided into two groups: in the first group the borders were molded with sectional technique using green stick impression compound and in the second group, were molded with the single-step using light-cured acrylic resin. the two techniques followed by a final impression using zinc oxide-eugenol impression paste. After the delivery of the denture. Denture satisfaction was evaluated with the OHIP-14 questionnaire. Data were statistically analyzed by using the t test and Mann-Whitney U (a=.05). The general mean OHIP-14 was higher for the single-step using light-cured acrylic resin than for the conventional technique. There was a significant difference between maxillary removable complete dentures with the single-step and the conventional techniques BUT there was not statistically significant (P>.05) between mandibular removable complete dentures with the 2 techniques. No significant difference in participants with mandibular removable complete dentures. There was a significant difference in participants with maxillary removable complete denture between the 2 techniques in term: Oral health quality of life.

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