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Complete Denture Treatment and Its Influence on Patient’s Speech Intelligibility

Author: DR FAHAD AHMED S, DR C J VENKATAKRISHNAN, DR JACOB MATHEW PHILIP, DR HELEN MARY ABRAHAM
Abstract: Speech production requires working of neural, muscular, mechanical, aerodynamic, acoustic, and auditory factors in a well- organised and continuous manner. Speech is basically a well-organised learned methodical neuromuscular pattern and a refined, uncontrolled, and unconscious activity. Materials And Method: The study group consisted of twenty edentulous patients with complete dentures. All the patients were natives of Chennai district who were proficient in english. A standardized reference text in english was used for all the patients. It was presented to the patient on a sheet of paper in large visible letters to be better understood and to be read easily. Statistical analysis was done by using descriptive and inferential statistical using Mann – Whitney’s U test and p<0.05 is considered as level of significance. Conclusion: This study concluded that, speech intelligibility was better in complete denture patients after denture insertion. Although the difference is not significant, it may be one of the factors affecting the quality of life of the patient.
Keyword: neural, muscular, mechanical, aerodynamic, acoustic, auditory, denture
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.02.107
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