Dentistry Clinical attachment loss

Clinical attachment loss (cal) and probing pocket depth (ppd)Clinical attachment loss (cal) and probing pocket depth (ppd)
And probing pocket depth (ppd) are intra-oral measurements that evaluate periodontal destruction by using a straight probe graduated in millimetres. Clinical attachment loss
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Writing a Periodontal Diagnosis American Academy of Periodontology & cpitnWriting a Periodontal Diagnosis American Academy of Periodontology & cpitn
Example: Two sextants of cpitn of 4 could be “localized chronic periodontitis” and maybe three or more sextants would be “generalized chronic periodontitis”. Clinical attachment loss
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Clinical sessions 2012-2013 intra-oral examinationClinical sessions 2012-2013 intra-oral examination
It is important to examine both the general aspect of these structures and also any possible localized alteration. Clinical attachment loss
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DR. neha arun toshniwal, post graduate student, department of periodontics, V. S. Dental college and hospitalDR. neha arun toshniwal, post graduate student, department of periodontics, V. S. Dental college and hospital
Comparision of healing response of periodontal furcation defects following flap debridement surgery in smokers and non-smokers. Clinical attachment loss
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Clinical UpdateClinical Update
Diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease: a two-way street through health and disease. Clinical attachment loss
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A pilot Study Comparing the Outcome of Scaling/Root Planing With and Without Perioscope™ TechnologyA pilot Study Comparing the Outcome of Scaling/Root Planing With and Without Perioscope™ Technology
The adjunctive use of the Perioscope was not found to be superior to traditional scaling and root planing with regard to pocket depth reduction and clinical attachment loss. Clinical attachment loss
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Heightened Gingival Inflammation and Attachment Loss in Type 2 Diabetics With HyperlipidemiaHeightened Gingival Inflammation and Attachment Loss in Type 2 Diabetics With Hyperlipidemia
Departments of Periodontics and Biomedical Sciences, Baylor College of Dentistry-tamuhsc, Dallas, tx. Clinical attachment loss
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Additional files Appendix 1: Phenotype DefinitionAdditional files Appendix 1: Phenotype Definition
In the three studied groups, subjects with 30% or more teeth with sites of clinical attachment loss of five millimeters or more were defined as having chronic periodontitis. 1,2. Clinical attachment loss
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