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Roza Haghgoo, Sima Rasouli,
Volume 29, Issue 2 (11-2016)

Background and Aims: One of the major challenges in dental practice is dental complaints that majority of complaints resulted in criminal prosecution and the legal practitioners. The aim of this study was to investigate the patients’ complaints on the diagnosis and treatment plan, dentist’s behavior, treatment charge, and management unlike the behavior of medical affairs, lack of enforcement in Tehran Medical Council between 2005-2011.

Materials and Methods: We referred to the Medical Council in order to obtain permission for evaluating complaints of dentists in Tehran. All files in units of prosecutors, magistrates and judicial committee were evaluated. Data were analyzed using spss version16 software.

Results: The results showed that the highest percentage of complaints was related to the how treatment was managed (41.7%) and the lowest percentage of complaints were about the dentist's diagnosis and treatment plan (2.9%).

Conclusion: Based on the results of this study, with dentists’ awareness of the existing rules and strict supervision, occurrence of complaints on the dental treatment can be prevented.

Sahar Mohamadi, Borhan Moradveisi, Mohamad Aziz Rasouli, Faranak Shafiee,
Volume 33, Issue 3 (10-2020)

Background and Aims: The chronic blood disorders could have negative effects on various fields of patient’s quality of life. The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between the quality of life and oral health in major thalassemia and hemophilia patients.
Materials and Methods: This cross- sectional study was performed in 1398 on 56 hemophilia patients and 35 thalassemia major patients over 15 years of age. All the subjects were examined clinically to determine DMFT and CPITN, then the subjects completed OHIP-14, xerostomia, SF36 questionnaire. Data was analyzed with T-Test, ANOVA and Chi-square using Stata14.
Results: TThe mean age of hemophilia and beta-thalassemia patients was 32.3 and 26.2, the mean DMFT index was 8.75 and 7.6, and CPITN index was 2.02 and 2.26, respectively. Analysis of the components of the DMFT index showed a predominance of number of decayed teeth over filled teeth in both groups. According to the CPITN index, 19.6% and 20% of hemophilia and thalassemia patients had gingival healthy, respectively. The mean quality of life total scores in patients with hemophilia and thalassemia was 62.11 and 58.07, respectively. The mean DMFT had a significant negative relationship with the quality of life total scores in both groups (P<0.05). There was a significant relationship between different domains of quality of life and CPITN and OHIP-14 in thalassemia patients (P<0.05). Also patients with dry mouth had lower quality of life.
Conclusion: Hemophilia and thalassemia patients indicated undesirable oral health. It is necessary to improve multidimensional strategies in various fields of health care in patients.

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