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Impact of three types of music on patients during dental implant surgery and wisdom tooth extractions

Journal: RUDN Journal of Medicine (Vol.28, No. 1)

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Page : 68-75

Keywords : Mozart; AI; buddhism; music therapy; surgery; dental implants; tooth extraction;

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Relevance. Many patients suffer from anxiety when planning a surgical procedure, which leads them to either postpone it or go through it with all those negative feelings that may affect the course of the surgical work or even its outcomes. Modern medicine aims to find non-pharmaceutical ways, such as music, to put these emotions under control so that the patient feels a sense of calm and tranquility throughout the surgical operation and comes out with less negative feelings and good memories, which prevents the formation of any psychological trauma. Our investigation aims to study the effect of three types of music, on the psychological state of the patient during surgery, by evaluating the data of systolic and diastolic pressure, pulse, and oxygen level in the blood. Materials and Methods . 36 patients who visited the Medical Center of the RUDN University on a daily basis for dental implants and wisdom tooth extractions were randomly selected to undergo the experiment. They were divided into four groups, the first was the control group which was not exposed to music, the second was exposed to classical music, the third was exposed to Buddhism music, and the fourth was exposed to music generated by Artificial Intelligence. Pressure, pulse, and oxygen level were recorded in three phases and changes assessed using Student’s t-test and Mann-Whitney U analyses. Results and Discussion. The final results obtained did not show any significant changes in the values of pressure, pulse, and blood oxygenation during the period of exposure to music when compared with control group. Conclusion. Exposing to music didn’t show any positive effect on stress levels during dental implantation and extraction.

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