Title : The Dental Factor for the Prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases
Nowadays, Non-communicable diseases – especially, cardio vascular diseases, cancers, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases represent a great danger for human health.The world organizations and UN work on prevention and strengthening the manage of non-communicable diseases.
It is strong connection between oral diseases and four main NCDs - diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases and respiratory diseases. Diabetes mellitus has a predisposing destination for development and the treatment of periodontal disease contributes positively to blood glucose control. Oral cancer is the world’s most common cancers and tobacco use and excessive intake of alcohol are two major risk factors. Those diseases may be influenced on the oral microflora.
High degree of spread of dental as well as non-communicable diseases underlines the importance and relevance of our project. The epidemiological Study will be carried out with Oral Health Assessment Form and with core behavioral and biological non communicable disease risk-factor indicators, recommended by WHO for NCD monitoring. The goal of the research is to determine the correlations between dental and chronic NCD and optimization of preventive measures.