International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2019, Vol. 5 Issue 2, Part F
Application of ozonated water in non-surgical periodontal treatment
AUTHOR(S): Jorge Luis Salazar-Leal, Gloria Martínez-Sandoval, María de los Ángeles Andrea Carvajal-Montes de Oca, María Gabriela Chapa-Arizpe and Gustavo Israel Martínez-González
ABSTRACT:Materials and methods: Twenty patients between 20 and 80 years of age, both sexes were selected, moderate or advanced chronic periodontitis, ASA I, were submitted to the hygienic phase of the treatment of chronic periodontitis in a conventional manner with scrapes and Smoothing radicular with the use of ozonated water (26.8ug / ml). Results: The plaque index in the experimental and control group at the start of treatment was 2.75±0.967 and 2.60±1.046 respectively, while at the end of the treatment the results were 0.55±0.686 and 1.35±0.875. The evaluation of the gingival index showed results of 2.45±0.686 in the experimental group and 2.50±0.688 in the control group at the beginning of the treatment. In the end we obtained results of 0.50±0.607 and 1.20±0.834. The results in the evaluation of the depth of the bag of the experimental group was 6.20±1.576 while the control group was 6.10±1.165 at the beginning of the treatment. The result obtained at the end of the treatment in this evaluation was 3.30±1.174 in the experimental group and in the control group of 5.85±1.137. The insertion loss at the beginning of the treatment in the experimental group and the control group was 4.55±1.099 and 4.70±0.923 respectively at the beginning of the treatment, while at the end of the treatment it was 3.70±0.979 and 3.95±0.686. Conclusion: The use of ozonated water in non-surgical periodontal treatment improves the clinical signs of periodontal disease.
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Jorge Luis Salazar-Leal, Gloria Martínez-Sandoval, María de los Ángeles Andrea Carvajal-Montes de Oca, María Gabriela Chapa-Arizpe, Gustavo Israel Martínez-González. Application of ozonated water in non-surgical periodontal treatment. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2019;5(2):353-356.