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Investigation of stress level in dentistry students, general dentists, and pediatric dentists while performing pediatric dental procedures in central India

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Dr. Sahil Bundele, Dr. Suryakanat kumar, Dr. Arun Kumar Sajjanar, Dr. Dishika Bhagwani, Dr. Pratima Kolekar and Dr. Anand Deo
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Background: Dentists are subjected to mental stress since they work closely with patients. Increased stress may impact dentist’s work and pose a serious threat to patient’s physical and emotional health. While performing Paediatric dental procedures which require experience and without this general dentists, dental students would lack self-confidence. As a result, General dentists and dental students will be unable to deal with difficult patients. In Central India, there has been no research paper published on mental stress while performing Paediatric dental procedures in dentistry students, general dentists and Paediatric dentists. Aim: To evaluate the stress level in dentistry Students, General Dentists, and Paediatric Dentist while performing Paediatric dental procedures. Methodology: A cumulative total of 300 dentistry students, general dentists, and paediatric dentist, will be participating in this study. The information including, demographic information, will be gathered utilizing a questionnaire which will be distributed through google forms in all the 3 groups. After checking theparticipant’s comments, the data will beanalyzed using SPSS version 16. Results: According to the findings, 113 (37.7%) and 178 (59.3%) of the 300 participants were male and female, respectively, while 9 (3%) of the participants did not complete this section. The participants' stress levels were highest and lowest after anesthesia injection in the jaw for an anxious child and amalgam restoration in the mandible, respectively. Furthermore, as compared to males, females showed a considerably higher level of stress (P=0.001). Conclusion: Anesthetic injection into an anxious infant was found to be the most traumatic practice in pediatric dentistry,we found that,pediatric dentist were less stressed than students and general dentists.

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