Predispotion to Tartar Following Fixed Retainers in a Population with a Healthy Periodontium: Prospective Study
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Fixed orthodontic retainer
Healthy periodontium
Periodontal indices

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El hazzat W, Bilal A, Zaoui F, Bahije L. Predispotion to Tartar Following Fixed Retainers in a Population with a Healthy Periodontium: Prospective Study. Integr J Med Sci [Internet]. 2022 Jan. 27 [cited 2022 Jun. 30];9. Available from: https://mbmj.org/index.php/ijms/article/view/493

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Introduction: Fixed retainers are systematically used after the end of the orthodontic treatment to avoid any recurrence. The continued presence of retainers creates areas that are difficult to clean, which can lead to plaque build-up and formation of tartar, which can lead to gum inflammation and even progress to periodontal disease. The objective of our study is to follow the evolution of periodontal indices after wearing the fixed retainer in patients with healthy periodontium treated in a dental office in the city of Rabat.
Material and methods: This was a prospective descriptive-analytical study that targeted  38 patients with a wire-type retainer device bonded in the city of Rabat. During our survey, we used a questionnaire divided into two parts, the first part was reserved for the patient, in which he answered questions about oral hygiene habits and information about the retainer, the second part concerned the methods and materials used by the orthodontist. Plus a clinical card that concerned periodontal data that was collected on anterior teeth with a fixed retainer and filled in during a physical examination.
Results: an accumulation of dental plaque is observed mainly in the mandible in a moderate way visible to the naked eye in 69% of patients; this accumulation of plaque increases with the age of the retainer, especially in the mandible. Gingival inflammation manifested by spontaneous or induced bleeding is seen moderately in the mandible in 62% of patients, and mild to moderate bleeding in the maxilla in 54% of patients, a deposit of supragingival tartar covering a maximum of one-third of the tooth surface, mainly at the mandibular incisors in 66% of patients, no bone loss related to fixed retainers in the anterior area of the mandible and maxilla has been reported despite the age of the retainer. The comparison of periodontal indices over three different wearing times showed statistically significant deterioration of periodontal health within time, especially at the mandibular incisors. 
Conclusion: This study made us aware of the need to regularly monitor oral hygiene during the contention phase, given the significant impact on periodontal health.

https://doi.org/10.15342/ijms.2022.493
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