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THE COMPLICATIONS OF ORAL AND PERIORAL PIERCINGS AMONG FEMALES LIVING IN RIYADH | 82701
ISSN: 2161-0711

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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THE COMPLICATIONS OF ORAL AND PERIORAL PIERCINGS AMONG FEMALES LIVING IN RIYADH

3rd World Congress on Public Health and Nutrition

Mashael ALOmran, Salwa ALSadhan and Mashael Balkhi

King Saud University

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Community Med Health Educ

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0711-C1-033

Abstract
Oral piercings have become common among young adults recently, this rising popularity alarms dentists everywhere due to the possible associated dental and periodontal complications. This study objective is to assess the use of oral and perioral piercings among females living in Riyadh, and evaluate related complications. A total of sixty three questionnaires were obtained by directly handing them to participants, or indirectly through an online version. The questionnaire included questions pertaining to socio-demographic characteristics in addition to questions relating to smoking, characteristics of the piercing device worn, and post piercings-related complications. Esthetics was the main purpose of having oral piercings. The majority of the respondents had a lip oral piercing, over third of the respondents had discomfort in their gingival tissues, and only 15.9% experienced halitosis. There were no major oral and perioral piercings related complications detected among females residing in Riyadh.
Biography

Mashael ALOmran has Graduated in 2017 from the College of Dentistry of King Saud University 2017, She works as a general practitionar in her internship year. She’s interested in Dental Public Health, enjoyed the undergradute courses of dental public health and community service and aims to continue her postgradute studies in this speciality.
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