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2023 Volume 14 Issue 3

Assessment of Risk Factors and Periodontitis in Ukraine: Unraveling the Impact of Smoking, Stress, and More


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Abstract

This article focused on the “Assessment of the impact of various risk factors (e.g., smoking, stress) on the prevalence and severity of periodontitis in the Ukrainian population”. The study's primary goals were to assess the prevalence of periodontitis, various risk factors, and their influence on periodontitis within the Ukrainian population. A descriptive cross-sectional study design was employed. Secondary data collected. Descriptive statistics were obtained and utilized.

The prevalence of oral health issues especially periodontitis varies across age groups, with a significant proportion affected, including 46.5% of children (1-9 years) having untreated deciduous tooth caries, persisting into adulthood (32.4% with permanent tooth caries, ages 5+). Severe periodontal disease affects 18.9% (ages 15+), and 14.0% (ages 20+) experience edentulism. Results further show that sugar availability at 91.3g/day; tobacco use at 11.6% (males) and 40.7% (females); and average alcohol intake of 8.3 units, notably higher for females and periodontitis. These findings suggest females' increased tobacco and alcohol consumption and stress may contribute to a higher oral disease risk, necessitating deeper analysis. Results further highlight the periodontitis determinants encompass structural (macroeconomic policies, globalization), intermediate (socio-economic factors), and proximal (diet, hygiene, inflammation) influences, collectively impacting oral health burdens, especially periodontitis. Current evidence indicates high periodontal disease prevalence in Ukraine, with stress and smoking highly prevalent and possibly contributing. More research is needed to understand their exact connection for better treatment approaches.


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Dereyko L, Paladovska M, Kolba A, Hudyma B. Assessment of Risk Factors and Periodontitis in Ukraine: Unraveling the Impact of Smoking, Stress, and More. J Biochem Technol. 2023;14(3):37-42. https://doi.org/10.51847/s5yR7nylco
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Dereyko, L., Paladovska, M., Kolba, A., & Hudyma, B. (2023). Assessment of Risk Factors and Periodontitis in Ukraine: Unraveling the Impact of Smoking, Stress, and More. Journal of Biochemical Technology, 14(3), 37-42. https://doi.org/10.51847/s5yR7nylco
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