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Woelfel’s Dental Anatomy by Rickne C. Scheid Answers to Critical Thinking Questions from the text Chapter 7: Periodontal AnatomyWoelfel’s Dental Anatomy by Rickne C. Scheid Answers to Critical Thinking Questions from the text Chapter 7: Periodontal Anatomy
Describe the traits you would expect in a person with gingival health (versus one with gingival disease). You are looking in their mouth, and have access to their radiographs. Use as many terms as possible used in the chapter. Gingival disease
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Coenzyme Q10. Thus the dental hygienist has to educate the patient on CoQ10 and aid the patient in understanding how this treatment is going to benefit them. Gingival disease
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Dental Care for Dogs and CatsDental Care for Dogs and Cats
The bacteria and toxins released by untreated dental disease enter your pet's blood stream and can cause infections in various organ systems and make it difficult to treat common infections like Urinary Tract Infections, Upper Respiratory. Gingival disease
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Smoking as a risk factor in periodontal diseasesSmoking as a risk factor in periodontal diseases
Lieutenant Commander Cecilia C. Pairo, dc, usnr, and Commander Mary E. Neill, dc, usn. Gingival disease
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The Severity of Periodontal Disease is Associated with the Development of Glucose Intolerance in Non-diabetics: The Hisayama StudyThe Severity of Periodontal Disease is Associated with the Development of Glucose Intolerance in Non-diabetics: The Hisayama Study
T. Saito1,*, Y. Shimazaki1, Y. Kiyohara2, I. Kato2, M. Kubo2, M. Iida2 and T. Koga1,3. Gingival disease
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