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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Analysis Of Partial Edentulism Of Kennedy’s Class Iii Classification Based On Gender And Arch- A Retrospective Study

Author: MOHAMAD QULAM ZAKI BIN MOHAMAD RASIDI, KIRAN KUMAR PANDURANGAN, DINESH PRABU
Abstract: Background: Missing teeth in the oral cavity will create a significant space in arches and are called as edentulous space. This kind of edentulous space is the indicator or reflection of preventive dental treatment in that particular population. Therefore, Kennedy’s classification will provide immediate prosthesis support recognition, visualization of risk and design assessment that needed for partial denture that will be fabricated. Aim: The aim of this present study was to evaluate partial edentulous patients with Kennedy’s Class III classification in relation to their gender and arch. Materials and Methods: The study was a retrospective study and data were obtained from Dental Information Archiving Software (DIAS). Parameters were assessed including gender and arches of Kennedy’s Class III classification. The collected data were tabulated in Microsoft Excel sheets and data analysis was done using SPSS Software. The association between study variables was calculated using the Chi-Square test, where p<0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: In this present study, out of 300 patients with partial edentulism of Kennedy’s Class III is more common in males (54.6%) than females and the most common arch was found to be maxillary arch (51.6%). There is no significant difference between the gender and arches for patients with Kennedy’s Class III partial edentulism (p>0.05). Hence, statistically not significant. Conclusion: Within the limit of this study, this study shows that the prevalence of Kennedy’s Class III classification of partial edentulous, male was more prevalent and the maxillary arch is being the most common arch.
Keyword: Gender; Kennedy’s Classification; Partial edentulous; Visualization
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.237
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