Vol. 4, Issue 8 (2018)
Influence of skin cold sensation threshold in the occurrence of dental sensitivity
Author(s): Rahaf Alrehaili, Ali Al-amri, Mysam Fairak, Danah Aljared, Doaa Alghamdi, Alaa Alabbas
Abstract: Objective: This study verified the prevalence of dental sensitivity in patients submitted to a thirty-fifth oxide based mostly product (Whiteness H.P. Maxx thirty-fifth – FGM), skin cold sensation threshold (SCST) and its influence on dental sensitivity. Material and Methods: Sixty volunteers were divided into four teams (n=15), in keeping with SCST (low: GI and GIII, and high: GII and IV) and bleaching treatment (hydrogen peroxide: GI and GII, and placebo: GIII and GIV). SCST was firm within the inner forearm for six totally different times employing a neurosensory instrument, the government agency II (Medoc Advanced Medical Systems, Ramat Yishai, Northern District, Israel). Dental sensitivity measurements were performed ten totally different times employing a thermal input associated with an intraoral device connected to government agency II, positioned within the buccal surface of the higher right central tooth. Spontaneous dental sensitivity was conjointly determined victimization the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). information was submitted to the Student's t-test and Pearson's Correlation check (α=0.05). SCST remained identical throughout bleaching treatment. Results: Distinct responses of dental sensitivity were found in patients with low and high SCST throughout the primary and third bleaching session (p≤0.05). The teeth submitted to the bleaching treatment became additional sensitive to cold than those treated with placebo. Moreover, information obtained with a government agency and VAS bestowed moderate correlation. Conclusions: Bleaching treatment accrued dental sensitivity and skin cold sensation threshold would possibly represent a determinant consider this prevalence since low and high SCST patients had totally different responses to the thermal input within the teeth.