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Paper Title: ASSESSMENT OF CARIES STATUS IN SEXUAL DIMORPHISM AMONG THE SOUTH INDIAN POPULATION
Authors Name: M.Rangeela , Dr. Revathy Gounder
Unique Id: IJRTI1808002
Published In: Volume 3 Issue 8, July-2018
Abstract: AIM : Assessment of caries status in sexual dimorphism among the South Indian population. BACKGROUND: Health auxiliary personnel have an important role in oral health when they graduate and start working in the healthcare system. This study aims to find out the caries status in sexual dimorphism among the South Indian population.The early manifestation of the caries process is a small patch of demineralised enamel at the tooth surface, often hidden from sight in the fissures of teeth or in between the teeth. The destruction spreads into the softer, sensitive part of the tooth beneath the dentine.The weakened enamel then collapses to form a cavity and the tooth is progressively destroyed. Caries can also attack the roots of teeth when they become exposed by gum recession. This is more common in older adults. 
MATERIALS AND METHODS: The survey was carried out by the South Indian population.The survey was conducted among 100 people from the south India.Among them 40 of them were male and 58 of them were female and 2 of them were transgender.The participants were screened for caries. The questionnaire was circulated and data from the questionnaire were extracted and analysed through survey planet. 
CONCLUSION: We found that 34% people have dental caries among that majority of them were females.71% of people found caries develop through the habit of eating chocolates.From here we conclude that to prevent caries we can develop the habit of brushing twice a day and also after a meal.We can also reduce the habit of eating chocolates. Moreover, a dentist consultation is also required for a healthy teeth. 
KEY WORDS: Dental Caries,Sexual dimorphism,South India population,Pits and furrow.
Keywords: Dental Caries,Sexual dimorphism,South India population,Pits and furrow
Cite Article: "ASSESSMENT OF CARIES STATUS IN SEXUAL DIMORPHISM AMONG THE SOUTH INDIAN POPULATION ", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.3, Issue 8, page no.4 - 8, July-2018, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI1808002.pdf
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Published In: Volume 3 Issue 8, July-2018
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