Mohamad A. Al-Ghamdi

General Dentist, Saudi Arabia


  • Research Article   
    Dental Students and Post operative Hypersensitivity Management
    Author(s): Ghada L. Al-Otaibi*, Mohamad A. Al-Ghamdi, Reef EH. Mattar, Ruba M. Al-Mutlaq and Fatima L. Al-Otaibi

    Introduction: Dentinal Hypersensitivity (DH) is a widely prevalent dental health problem encountered in clinical practice. The study was conducted with the aim to assess knowledge regarding DH diagnosis and management in dental students. Methods: Total 473 dentists participated in this cross sectional questionnaire survey conducted through electronic approach (Survey monkey). The questionnaire included variables eliciting socio-demographic and knowledge assessors regarding DH management and identification. Results: The most frequent stimuli triggering post-operative hypersensitivity following composite Class I and Class II restorations was the hot stimuli, with 264(55.9%) and 201(42.5%) respectively. 304 (63.3%) of the respondents felt that the best way was to reassure the patient. The most commonly emplo.. Read More»

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