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The Impact Of Dentistry On Recent Advances In The Management Of Hypertension-A Review

Author: E.THARINY , MP BRUNDHA
Abstract: Hypertension is a chronic illness affecting more than a billion people worldwide. The high prevalence of the disease must be considered when treating dental patients. If a lack of symptoms until more serious problems occur makes the disease deadly. Dental practitioners are often to be in charge of the prevention of hypertension. It is imperative to understand the risk factors that may predispose patients to hypertension and to be able to educate them about their condition. Most importantly, oral health care providers are in a crucial position by an active role in the management of patients presenting with a history of hypertension because many anti-hypertensive agents interact with pharmacological agents used in dental practice. Hypertensive patient’s drug treatments may give rise to oral manifestations in the form of xerostomia, lichenoid reactions, burning sensation of the mouth, loss of sensation of taste, gingival hyperplasia, and bleeding, as well as extraoral manifestations such as sialadenose. An inadequately managed hypertensive patient is a risk in dental practice; thus, before treating these patients, dental surgeons must take into account a variety of aspects to prevent complications. A review with recent information about the recent advances in the management of hypertension in dentistry was done with the help of research engines like Pubmed, Google scholar, core, Cochrane from articles dated from 2000-2020. This review presents a clear knowledge and understanding of the recent advances in the management of hypertension by dental practitioners leading to an effective and safer treatment
Keyword: Blood pressure medicine, Dental guidelines, High blood pressure, Inflammation, Management, Metabolic disease.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.259
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