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Tropical Dental Journal - N° 177 - March 2022

N° 177


Ivory Coastphoto_auteurMucosal hyperplasia under prosthesis. Diagnosis and management in two clinical cases

A.A. Kouadio, O.N. Bandiaky, M. K. Kouame, L. Le Guehennec, K. B. Djeredou, P. Le Bars - Ivory Coast
Published in French in Tropical Dental Journal N° 177 - Volume 45 - Mars 2022 - 5-16


The user of a removable prosthesis may express complaints in the form of localized pain, chewing difficulties, prosthetic instability, or poor perception of the aesthetic result. All these symptoms cover different etiologies, psychological, tissue, neuro-muscular and articular, not to mention the patient’s general condition. The most frequent are those related to the supporting mucosa. This may be the site of chronic inflammation such as stomatitis, reactive inflammatory hyperplasia, and traumatic ulcers. Before a new prosthesis is made, the practitioner must treat these different pathologies. That’s why, it is essential to become familiar with screening for mucosal lesions induced by wearing a removable prosthesis. Then to acquire a therapeutic approach to treat these pathologies. Thus, through two clinical cases, this article proposes the ...

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This WHO oral health briefing note series focuses on prevention and treatment of dental caries (tooth decay) with mercury-free products and minimal interventions.

Dental caries is a major public health problem globally as the disease affects all age groups, with an onset in early childhood and continued increase over the life course. Read the report


African press

Garoua : les soins bucco-dentaires suivent les soldats aux fronts

6/1/2021 - StopBlaBlaCam - Cameroon

La région militaire interarmées n°4 a organisé une campagne d'évaluation des pathologies dentaires, du 17 février au 28 mai. Celle-ci a touché 358 personnels militaires en service dans la région du Nord. Menée par le service spécialisé de stomatologie de l'hôpital militaire de Garoua, ladite campagne a ciblé les éléments de la base aérienne, du Bataillon d'intervention rapide, de la gendarmerie nationale et des sapeurs-pompiers en service dans la région.

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Scientific articles

Oral health

OMS - (March 15th, 2022)

. Oral diseases, while largely preventable, pose a major health burden for many countries and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death.
. It is estimated that oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people.
. Untreated dental caries (tooth decay) in permanent teeth is the most common health condition according to the Global Burden of Disease 2019.
. Treatment for oral health conditions is expensive and usually not part of universal health coverage (UHC).
. Most low- and middle-income countries are unable to provide services to prevent and treat oral health conditions..
. Oral diseases are caused by a range of modifiable risk factors, including sugar consumption, tobacco use, alcohol use and poor hygiene, and their underlying social and commercial determinants.

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