FEATURES OF REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS LIVING IN RURAL AREAS USING DENTAL IMPLANTS

Main Article Content

MUKHIMOV ODILJON
ISANOVA DIYORA

Abstract

The rural population, in comparison with the urban population, has even less opportunity to receive dental care, since dental institutions, where the most qualified personnel and the latest equipment are concentrated, are located mainly in cities. The diversity of geographical and economic conditions of the rural population, the state of communication, the availability of transport, etc. exacerbate the inequality of residents of different settlements in the possibilities of obtaining dental care, so the specificity of the forms and methods of its organization in rural areas is primarily in the approximation of dental care of a wide profile to the entire rural population.

Keywords:
Rehabilitation, in rural areas, dental implants.

Article Details

How to Cite
ODILJON, M., & DIYORA, I. (2020). FEATURES OF REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS LIVING IN RURAL AREAS USING DENTAL IMPLANTS. Journal of Medicine and Health Research, 4(1), 32-36. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOMAHR/article/view/4910
Section
Clinical Practice Articles

References

Alimsky AB. Providing orthopedic dental help to elderly patients with complete absence of teeth. Dentistry for All. 2010;1: 31-32.

Voronov AP, Voronov IA, Voronov DA. Ways to improve adaptation to plate prostheses in the complete absence of teeth. Maestro of Dentistry. 2013;30:40-41.

Alimskii BA, Beletsky VG, Kartsev AA, etc. Motivational speaker and features of appealability of the population for orthopedic assistance in ZNIIS. Economics and Management in Dentistry. 2014;1(12):56-61.

Gilmanova NS. Adaptation to full removable prostheses of middle-aged persons depending on their psycho-emotional status: abstract. Diss. Cand. honey. Sciences'. M. 2010;25.

Alimsky AB, Vusatyi BC, Prikuls VF. On the issue of providing orthopedic dental care to elderly people with complete absence of teeth living in Moscow and the Moscow Region. Dentistry. 2014;83(4):72.

Davarpanah M, Szmurkler-moncle S. Unconvertional implant treatment: I, implant placement in contact with ankylosed root fragments. Clin Oral Implants Res; 2009.

Arutyunov SD, Molchanov AC, Filyuk A, Ya solovykh EA. Facial Expression as an indicator of the emotional state of patients at a dental appointment. Russian Dental Journal. 2013; 1:24-28.

Lang NP, Berglundh T. Periimplant diseases. J Clin Periodontol; 2011.

Barer GM. The use of dental measurements of quality of life. Text. / Barer GM, Gurevich KG, Smirnyagina VV, Fabrikant EG. Stomatology for All. 2016;2:4-7.

Renouard F, Nisand D. Impact of implant length and diameter on survival rates. Clin Oral Implants Res; 2006.

Alsaadi G, Quirynen M, Komarek A, Van Steenberghe D. Impact of local and systemic factors on the incidence of late oral implant loss. Clinical Oral Implants Research. 2015; 19(7):670-676.

Voronov AP, Lebedenko I. Yu, Voronov IA. Orthopedic treatment of patients with complete absence of teeth. Tutorial. M. 2012;317.

Shashmurina VR. Mechanisms of adaptation of patients to prostheses based on implants in the complete absence of teeth on the lower jaw. Diss. Doctor. Honey. Sciences'. Moscow. 2016;256C.

Paraskevich VL. Development of a system of dental implants for rehabilitation of patients with complete absence of teeth: autoref. Diss. Doctor. Honey. Sciences', Moscow. 2017;46.

Mosolov DV. Peculiarities of medical tactics at rendering of the stomatologic help to patients of elderly and senile age depending on reactance of vegetative nervous system: Author. dis. Cand. honey. sciences'. Moscow. 2016;24.

Paulo Malo etc. Short implant placed one stage in maxillae and mandibles Clin Implant Dent Relat Rres; 2007.

Vuraki NK. Improving the effectiveness of orthopedic treatment of senile patients with complete absence of teeth: abstract. Cand. Honey. Sciences'. Moscow. 2011;24.

Barannikov AC, Leanna SA. Prosthesis with complete loss of teeth supported by endosseous implants. Modern Stomatology. 2015;6:42-44.