AWOTILE ADENIKE OLOLADE

Meet AWOTILE ADENIKE OLOLADE, an Academic Staff of Lagos State University.

Specialization

Restorative Dentistry

Designation

Associate Professor / Reader

Department

Restorative Dentistry

Office

At the Restorative Dentistry department office

Visiting Hour

Appointment on Visitation important

Research Interest

Topic: Treatment Needs Of Geriatric Patients Attending The Restorative Clinic At A Tertiary Health Facility In South West Nigeria

Description: Background:A hospital based retrospective study.Objective:To determine the patttern of presentation of oral conditions and treatment needsamong geriatric patients attending the restorative clinic in a tertiary health facility inLagos State,South Western Nigeria.Methodology:Hospital records of geriatric patients65yearsand above were retrieved.Oral evaluation and treatment done at the restorative clinic inLASUTH from January2016toDecember2019 were noted.Information on age,gender,occupationdiagnosis and treatment needs was obtained.Data were analyzed.Results:501 patient recordsof 65 years and above were retrieved.497records were completed.192 40.1% were males,287 59.9% were females.Age range 65to92years.Highest presentation 51.8% was in 65to69years group followed by 70to74years group.Partial edentulism was most common presentation149 31.1% followed by toothwear92 19.2% .Least were pulp necrosis3 0.6% and bruxism4 0.8% Removable partial denture was the most common treatment need151 31.5% followed by Glassionomer cement restoration100 20.9% .Least were apicectomy2 0.4% and desensitization5 1% Conclusion:Most geriatric patients presented with partial edenlism and their treatment needswere mainly removable partial dentures.Oral hygiene awareness is essential for geriatrics toprevent tooth loss from tooth decay and periodontitis

Qualifications

# Certificate SchoolYear
1. M. Med Sci Master of Medical Sciences (Restorative Dentistry) University of Sheffield Sheffield UK 1995

Current Research

4 YEAR PATTERN OF CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT RENDERED TO PATIENTS ATTENDING THE RESTORATIVE CLINIC IN A TERTIARY INSTITUTION IN LAGOS

Research Details

AbstractAim / Objective: To determine the pattern of treatments performed in the conservative clinic of the department of Restorative Dentistry of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH Nigeria over a period of 4 years.Materials and Methods:3017 clinical records of patients treated from January 2016 to December 2019 were retrieved and recorded. Data collected were age, sex, occupation, and treatment done. Conservative treatment obtained include; temporary dressing TID, amalgam, glass ionomer GIC, and composite restorations root canal treatment RCT , crown and bridgework. Data collected were analyzed using SPSS version 20.0. Level of significance was set at P&0.05 and Confidence interval CI of 95%Results:A total of 4134 procedures were performed on 3017 patients during the study period. The age range was 16 to 78years, mean of 37.2 7.4years. Conservative treatment pattern revealed that age group 45years and above presented most followed by 26-35years age group. Females presented more for treatment with a ratio of female to male 1.4: 1. GIC filling was the most common treatment done. The least treatment performed was apicectomy.Conclusion: There was a gradual paradigm shift from mercury based material, which is a more invasive treatment to tooth colored materials which are more conservative Minimally Invasive Dentistry .

Biography

AWOTILE ADENIKE is a Associate Professor / Reader at the Department of Restorative Dentistry

AWOTILE has a M. Med Sci Master of Medical Sciences in Restorative Dentistry from University of Sheffield Sheffield UK

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