Non Public Healthcare Center Dental in Tomaszow Mazowiecki

Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Poland

Non Public Healthcare Center Dental in Tomaszow Mazowiecki

Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Poland
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Szymanska J.,Medical University of Lublin | Koszuta A.,Non Public Healthcare Center Dental in Tomaszow Mazowiecki
Current Issues in Pharmacy and Medical Sciences | Year: 2012

The absence of pain in implant-prosthetic treatment is considered, along with other factors, one of the indicators of treatment success, which undoubtedly translates into patient satisfaction. The aim of this study was the assessment of the influence of pain experienced during implant-prosthetic treatment on the level of patient satisfaction with this kind of treatment. The study was conducted in the Non-Public Health Care Centre "Dental" in Tomaszów Mazowiecki and covered 464 patients of both genders, aged 20-74, who had missing teeth replaced with dental implants. The patients answered the questions included in a written questionnaire. The questions concerned the experience of pain and the level of satisfaction with the received treatment. The study shows that pain was experienced by a little more than 1/3 of all the studied patients during implant placement, and by 81.25% of the respondents after implant placement. The patients who felt pain during and after implant placement would less frequently decide to have missing teeth replaced with this method again, and were more frequently of the opinion that costs and duration of treatment did not reflect their level of satisfaction with treatment in comparison to the patients who did not feel pain. The respondents who experienced pain during implant placement would recommend this treatment method to other people less frequently than the patients who felt no pain. The results indicate that implant-prosthetic treatment is accompanied with pain experience in a considerable proportion of patients. Pain experienced during treatment affects the level of patient satisfaction and future decisions concerning the choice of this type of treatment. It is necessary to improve peri- and postprocedural analgesia during dental implant treatment. © 2012 Curr. Issues Pharm. Med. Sci.


Koszuta A.,Non Public Healthcare Center Dental in Tomaszow Mazowiecki | Szymanska J.,Medical University of Lublin
Current Issues in Pharmacy and Medical Sciences | Year: 2012

The aim of the study was to evaluate the level of patient satisfaction with implant treatment of missing teeth. The survey was conducted among 464 patients of both sexes aged from 20 to 74 years, treated with dental implants at the Non-Public Healthcare Centre "Dental" in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. The results of the study reveal that out of the half of all the patients treated with temporary dental prostheses, 71.67% were satisfied; a majority of the latter group were patients younger than 40 years, while the respondents aged over 60 were least frequently satisfied. A great majority of patients assessed other evaluated aspects of implant-prosthetic therapy positively. A high proportion of highly satisfied (strongly agree) and somewhat satisfied (agree) answers, reaching 95%, concerned the shape and colour of implant-supported prostheses and the outcome of the therapy. The smallest group of the respondents observed speech improvement as a result of implant-prosthetic treatment (15.51%). The results of the survey indicate that treatment of missing teeth with dental implants meets patients' expectations to a high degree. Prosthetic therapy with implants is a method that allows a fully functional and aesthetic treatment of missing teeth. © 2012 Curr. Issues Pharm. Med. Sci.


Koszuta A.,Non Public Healthcare Center Dental in Tomaszow Mazowiecki | Szymanska J.,Medical University of Lublin
Current Issues in Pharmacy and Medical Sciences | Year: 2014

Social, economic and technological progress results in an increasing range of treatment and rehabilitation methods for patients with partial or complete edentulism. The role of the dentist is to inform the patient about the full range of available missing teeth treatment options leading to complete rehabilitation of the masticatory organ in agreement with the patient's aesthetic and functional expectations. The aim of the paper was to identify the type of prostheses used by patients before opting for implant-supported teeth replacements, according to the patients' age, sex, marital status, place of residence and education. The study covered 464 patients, women and men, aged 20-74, treated with dental implants. The patients answered questions in an anonymous questionnaire. The influence of the prosthetic replacement type according to age and marital status was highly statistically significant, whereas it was statistically significant according to sex, place of residence and education. The female respondents who previously used tissue-borne complete or partial dentures opted for implant treatment more frequently. The respondents younger than 40 and between 40-60 years of age who did not previously used any prosthetic replacements opted for implant treatment more frequently. The respondents who did not use any prosthetic replacements decided to undergo implant treatment most frequently, regardless of their marital status, education and place of residence. The patients opted for implant treatment to improve their quality of life, despite the high cost of such therapy. © 2014 Medical University of Lublin. All rights reserved.


Szymanska J.,Medical University of Lublin | Koszuta A.,Non Public Healthcare Center Dental in Tomaszow Mazowiecki | Drop K.,Catholic University of Lublin
Current Issues in Pharmacy and Medical Sciences | Year: 2014

The number of patients who take the decision to have implantoprosthetic treatment keeps increasing. The aim of this study was to determine the sources of knowledge about possibilities of treating missing teeth with implants. The survey was conducted among 464 patients of both sexes aged from 20 to 74 years, treated with dental implants at the Non-Public Healthcare Centre "Dental" in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. The patients answered questions in an anonymous questionnaire. The questions included age, place of residence and source of knowledge about implants. Persons aged up to 40 years frequently obtained knowledge about the possibility of using implants from the media; patients aged 40-60 years - from their dentist, and people over 60 years of age - from family or friends. Persons living in rural areas or small town frequently acquired knowledge of the possibility of dental implants from the dentist, the city residents - from family or friends. The results of the survey indicate that the dentist is most commonly the main source of information about the possibility of replacing the missing teeth with implants, less family and friends and the media. The source of acquiring knowledge in this field varies depending on the age and place of residence of the persons concerned. © 2014 Medical University of Lublin. All rights reserved.

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