Clinical Effectiveness of Hydrogen Peroxide-Sodium Bicarbonate Paste on Human Periodontitis Treated With and Without Scaling and Root Planing

Date of Award

Spring 1985

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Dental Hygiene

Program/Concentration

Dental Hygiene

Committee Director

Deanne S. Allen

Committee Member

Cameron Lowe

Committee Member

Norman D. Glasscock

Call Number for Print

Special Collections LD4331.D46L96

Abstract

The purpose of this investigation was to determine the main anp interaction effects of two oral hygiene regimens and periodontal instrumentation on the periodontal health status of subjects between the ages of 18 and 70 over a two-month period. The sample consisted of 16 subjects with moderate periodontitis. A split-mouth design was used; subjects brushed with fluoridated toothpaste on one side of the mouth and brushed with a hydrogen peroxide-sodium bicarbonate paste on the contralateral side. For each treatment, scaling and root planing were randomly assigned to one arch. At two-week intervals, the periodontal health status was measured using the Gingival Index and periodontal probe measurements. A two~way analysis of variance was used with alpha set at 0.05. Results showed that quadrants treated with scaling and root planing had more significant reductions in both Gingival Index scores and pocket depths than quadrants treated without scaling and root planing. No statistically significant differences, however, were noted between brushing with fluoridated toothpaste and brushing with a hydrogen peroxide-sodium bicarbonate paste.

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DOI

10.25777/x8vd-r571

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