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Gagging: aetiology and management
 
Sunit Kumar Jurel, Pallavi Singh, Mrinalini Singh
*Department of Prosthodontics,
Faculty of Dental Sciences,
C.S.M. Medical University (upgraded K.G.M.C.),
Lucknow - 226001,
Uttar Pradesh,
India.
**BITS Pilani
#Department of Prosthodontics,
Teerthanker Mahaveer Dental College and Research Centre,
Moradabad.
Uttar Pradesh,
India.


Corresponding Author
: Dr. Sunit Kumar Jurel
18/373, Indira Nagar ,
Lucknow(U.P.).
India.
E-mail– dentistmj1110@yahoo.co.in



History : Received - 11-Jun-2011 Accepted - 24-Jul-2011 Published Online -  02-Sep-2011
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.7713/ijms.2011.0031


Abstract

Gagging is a normal protective reflex to prevent foreign bodies entering the trachea. Some individuals are more prone towards gagging. Gagging in dental patients can be disruptive to dental treatment and may be a barrier to patient care, preventing the provision of treatment and the wearing of prostheses. Various local and systemic factors such as alcoholism, gastrointestinal reflux and foreign bodies irritating soft palate or choking the oropharyngeal region can trigger this reflex. A complete oral examination, medical history, and conversation with the patient are important sources of information that assist with the management of gagging problems. Many techniques are available for controlling the exaggerated gag reflex, and no single technique will solve each patient's problem. The article discusses various techniques to prevent gagging during dental treatment.

Keywords : Pharyngeal reflex; Gagging, Gag Reflex.