Evaluation Of Satisfication Levels In Complete Denture Wearers: An Original Research


  • Dr. Namrata Shah Naidu, Dr. Swetha Kolapally, Dr. Manisha Kusuma, Dr. Sai Pranathi Putta, Dr. Sonal Jain, Dr. Deepali Dongle




Aim: This study involves an assessment of how satisfied people who wear full dentures are with their dental prostheses. The research is original and seeks to evaluate the levels of satisfaction in complete denture wearers. Materials and Methods: The materials and methods employed in this study involved the use of a standardized set of questionnaires to evaluate the satisfaction levels of complete denture wearers. A total of 70 patients who wore full dentures were recruited from a dental clinic and were asked to complete a survey. The survey consisted of a series of questions related to their satisfaction with the dentures, including questions about the fit, comfort, and overall satisfaction with the prostheses. Results: The results showed that 62.9% of patients were moderately satisfied with their dentures, with a majority of patients reporting satisfaction with retention and stability. The majority of patients also reported comfort while speaking and chewing different types of food. These findings suggest that complete dentures can provide a satisfactory level of comfort and function for many patients. Conclusion: This study discovered that most patients at Rama Dental College were moderately satisfied with their complete dentures. To enhance patient satisfaction with their dentures, clinicians should consider altering their laboratory procedures. Dental technicians and dentists should make changes to their denture fabrication methods to decrease patient dissatisfaction.



2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31




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Evaluation Of Satisfication Levels In Complete Denture Wearers: An Original Research. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 4508-4515. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S10.545