Year 2014, Volume 4 , Issue 4, Pages 261 - 267 2015-05-03

Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık
Pregnancy and periodontal disease

Ebru Sağlam [1] , Nesrin Saruhan [2] , Cenk Fatih Çanakçı [3]


Hamileliğe bağlı olarak annede görülen bazı immünolojik değişiklikler enfeksiyonlara yatkınlığı artırmaktadır. Periodontal hastalık, başlıca sebebi mikrobiyal dental plak olan, multifaktöriyel ve çeşitli şiddetlerde görülen yaygın bir hastalıktır. Periodontal hastalığın klinik olarak birçok tanı kriteri bulunmaktadır. Hamilelik ve periodontal enflamasyon arasındaki ilişki uzun yıllardır bilinmektedir. Periodontal hastalık, hamilelerde sistemik durumu etkilemektedir ve fetusa da olumsuz etkileri bulunmaktadır. Periodontal hastalık, erken doğum ve düşük doğum ağırlığı riskini artırmaktadır. Bu derlemenin amacı hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık arasındaki çift yönlü etkileşimi bilimsel bulgular ışığında değerlendirmektir.
Some maternal immunological changes due to pregnancy increases susceptibility to infections. Periodontal disease, the main cause is plaque, is a common disease which is seen multifactorial and varying severity. There are many clinical criteria for diagnosis of periodontal disease. Correlation between pregnancy and periodontal inflammation is known for many years. Periodontal disease affects pregnant’s systemic condition and also has negative effects on fetus. Periodontal disease increases the risk of preterm birth and low birth-weight baby. The purpose of this review, bi-directional interaction between pregnancy and periodontal disease is to evaluate in the light of scientific findings.
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Author: Ebru Sağlam

Author: Nesrin Saruhan

Author: Cenk Fatih Çanakçı

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Publication Date : May 3, 2015

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APA Sağlam, E , Saruhan, N , Çanakçı, C . (2015). Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences , 4 (4) , 261-267 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/marusbed/issue/17861/187305
MLA Sağlam, E , Saruhan, N , Çanakçı, C . "Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık". Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences 4 (2015 ): 261-267 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/marusbed/issue/17861/187305>
Chicago Sağlam, E , Saruhan, N , Çanakçı, C . "Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık". Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences 4 (2015 ): 261-267
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ISNAD Sağlam, Ebru , Saruhan, Nesrin , Çanakçı, Cenk Fatih . "Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık". Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences 4 / 4 (May 2015): 261-267 .
AMA Sağlam E , Saruhan N , Çanakçı C . Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences. 2015; 4(4): 261-267.
Vancouver Sağlam E , Saruhan N , Çanakçı C . Hamilelik ve periodontal hastalık. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences. 2015; 4(4): 267-261.