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LEAL RODRIGUEZ, María Isabel et al. Diabetic patients´ periodontal state at Caroni, Venezuela. ccm [online]. 2018, vol.22, n.3, pp.411-421. ISSN 1560-4381.

Introduction: periodontal affections are, among most common mankind jaws´ morbility and mortality causes. Objective: to characterize diabetic patients´chronic periodontal diseases. Methods: a traverse study on diabetic patients´ chronic periodontal diseases epidemiology, was carried out at Colinas doctor’s office, from the Community Integral Health Area (CIHA) La Unidad, Caroni municipality, Bolivar state, Venezuela; from September 2014 to December 2015. The universe was composed by 61 from 19 to 60 years old diabetic patients, and the sample was formed by 52 patients which fulfill inclusion expectatations. Periodontal Russell index was used by the World Health Organization (WHO), in order to find periodontal diseases´graveness and prevalence. Results: the 40.4 % of the 41 to 60 year-old periodontitis patients, prevailed. The 51.9% of males were the most affected by periodontal chronic diseases. Gingivitis and periodontitis showed in their light form, up to 57.9%. Conclusions: the elevated chronic periodontal diseases prevalence. Light periodontitis intensity and frequency, according to age and sex, showed males as the most affected group.

Palabras clave : periodontal diseases; diabetes mellitus; tooth diseases; periodontics; chronic disease.

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