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Clinical and Radio densitometric Evaluation of the Influence of Vitamin (C and E) and Soyabean in the Periodontal Health of Postmenopausal Women

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Abstract

Periodontal disease is a multifactorial infectious disease and a number of microbial, systemic, genetic and environmental risk factors have been reported to influence its expression. Numerous risk factors as plaque biofilm, systemic conditions as diabetes mellitus, human immunodeficiency virus infection, stress, genetics and smoking may interact to render subjects at increased risk of periodontal disease (Kianane et al., 1999). In Periodontitis, there is an increased turnover of alveolar bone although there may be a dominance of bone resorption over bone formation, leading to alveolar bone loss and loss of attachment (Lee et al., 1999). Chronic Periodontitis has been defined as an infectious disease resulting in inflammation within the supporting structures of the teeth, progressive attachment loss and bone loss. It is the most prevalent form of periodontitis. Although it is most frequently observed in adults it can occur in children and adolescents in response to chronic plaque and calculus accumulation (Fleming, 1999). Payne et al., 1997 Studied the association between the estrogen status of postmenopausal women and alveolar bone density. The results indicated that the estrogen-sufficient women displayed a mean net gain in alveolar bone density and higher frequency of sites demonstrating a gain in alveolar density, the estrogen-deficient women  More>>
Authors:
Mohamed, D. M. [1] 
  1. National Centre for Radiation Research and Technology, AEA, Cairo (Egypt)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2014
Product Type:
Thesis/Dissertation
Report Number:
INIS-EG-511
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 5 tabs., 10 figs., 234 refs.; Theses (M.Sc.)
Subject:
60 APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES; 63 RADIATION, THERMAL, AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANT EFFECTS ON LIVING ORGANISMS AND BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; ANTIOXIDANTS; ASCORBIC ACID; BEANS; ENVIRONMENT; ESTROGENS; GENETICS; IMAGES; SKELETON; SKIN; TEETH; VITAMIN E; WOMEN
OSTI ID:
22599225
Research Organizations:
Oral Medicine and Periodontology Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo (Egypt)
Country of Origin:
Egypt
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: EG1700153043917
Availability:
Available from ILO of Egypt
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
110 page(s)
Announcement Date:
Jun 08, 2017

Thesis/Dissertation:

Citation Formats

Mohamed, D. M. Clinical and Radio densitometric Evaluation of the Influence of Vitamin (C and E) and Soyabean in the Periodontal Health of Postmenopausal Women. Egypt: N. p., 2014. Web.
Mohamed, D. M. Clinical and Radio densitometric Evaluation of the Influence of Vitamin (C and E) and Soyabean in the Periodontal Health of Postmenopausal Women. Egypt.
Mohamed, D. M. 2014. "Clinical and Radio densitometric Evaluation of the Influence of Vitamin (C and E) and Soyabean in the Periodontal Health of Postmenopausal Women." Egypt.
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title = {Clinical and Radio densitometric Evaluation of the Influence of Vitamin (C and E) and Soyabean in the Periodontal Health of Postmenopausal Women}
author = {Mohamed, D. M.}
abstractNote = {Periodontal disease is a multifactorial infectious disease and a number of microbial, systemic, genetic and environmental risk factors have been reported to influence its expression. Numerous risk factors as plaque biofilm, systemic conditions as diabetes mellitus, human immunodeficiency virus infection, stress, genetics and smoking may interact to render subjects at increased risk of periodontal disease (Kianane et al., 1999). In Periodontitis, there is an increased turnover of alveolar bone although there may be a dominance of bone resorption over bone formation, leading to alveolar bone loss and loss of attachment (Lee et al., 1999). Chronic Periodontitis has been defined as an infectious disease resulting in inflammation within the supporting structures of the teeth, progressive attachment loss and bone loss. It is the most prevalent form of periodontitis. Although it is most frequently observed in adults it can occur in children and adolescents in response to chronic plaque and calculus accumulation (Fleming, 1999). Payne et al., 1997 Studied the association between the estrogen status of postmenopausal women and alveolar bone density. The results indicated that the estrogen-sufficient women displayed a mean net gain in alveolar bone density and higher frequency of sites demonstrating a gain in alveolar density, the estrogen-deficient women displayed a men net loss in alveolar bone density and a higher frequency of sites demonstrating loss in alveolar bone density. The periodontal diseases are associated with an imbalance between oxidants and antioxidants because of increase in free radical production and defect in the total antioxidant activity (Diab-Ladki et al, 2003). Antioxidants are defined as those substances which when present at low concentrations compared to those of an oxidizable substrate will significantly delay or prevent oxidation of that substrate (Waddington , 2000). Vitamin C plays an important role in the maintenance of collagen which represent about one third of the total body protein. It constitutes the principle protein of skin, bone, teeth (regeneration of collagen maintain the integrity of the tooth attachment elements especially important for periodontal health) cartilage, tendons, blood vessels, heart valves, intervertebral discs, cornea and eye lens (Naidu, 2003). Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that can help heal tissue and stop bleeding of the gums, according to the medical team at Whole Health MD, who advise opening a vitamin E capsule and using the oil to massage the gums twice a week. You can alternate using vitamin E, vitamin C powder and liquid folic acid on the gums (Shuid et al., 2010). ―Soy Isoflavone are phyto-estrogens present in plants especially soy may reduce bone loss in postmenopausal women as they are similar in structure to estrogens.}
place = {Egypt}
year = {2014}
month = {Jul}
}