THE EFFECT OF CONVENTIONAL AND SELF-LIGATING BRACKETS ON SALIVARY BIOCHEMICAL INDICATORS
Keywords:conventional and self-ligating brackets, electrolytes, alkaline phosphatase
The use of orthodontic fixed systems is often accompanied by physical discomfort, pain of varying intensity, psycho-emotional stress, and sleep disturbances. Treatment also affects salivary cortisol, alpha-amylase, magnesium, calcium, and inorganic phosphorus concentrations, although data are conflicting and scarce. The aim of our study was to compare of electrolytes and alkaline phosphatase concentrations in oral fluid after 2 months of treatment (conventional and self-ligating braces respectively). In total40 patients (20 in each group) were studied. According to the obtained results, the concentrations of calcium and alkaline phosphatase differ significantly between standard and self-ligating treatments, while magnesium and phosphorus ions do not change. Based on the results of the study, calcium and alkaline phosphatase indicators can be used to prevent expected side effects of treatment.
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