Dentistry Gingival sulcus

Lectures in periodontics 4Lectures in periodontics 4
The main function of the periodontium is to attach the tooth to the bone tissue of the jaws and to maintain the integrity of the surface of the masticatory mucosa of the oral cavity. Gingival sulcus
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International Journal of Preventive & Clinical Dental ResearchInternational Journal of Preventive & Clinical Dental Research
Professor and Head, Department Of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics, Rajarajeswari Dental College and Hospital, Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Gingival sulcus
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Periodontal diseasePeriodontal disease
Ii perio-endo lesions, pathologic fractures, ocular problems, osteomyelitis, and increased incidence of oral cancer. Systemic diseases which have been linked to periodontal disease include: renal, hepatic, pulmonary, and cardiac diseases. Gingival sulcus
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The periodontal pocketThe periodontal pocket
Formed by gingival enlargement without destruction of the underlying periodontal tissue. The sulcus deepened because of the increased bulk of the gingival. Gingival sulcus
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Disease Of The Periodontium includeDisease Of The Periodontium include
Normal Healthy gingiva is pink, not red or swollen, closely adapted to the teeth and has a stippled appearance. Gingival sulcus
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Cdamp (Complete this skill with 4 patients)Cdamp (Complete this skill with 4 patients)
Preceptor declares skill was successfully completed. Gingival sulcus
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Gingivitis and stomatitis in catsGingivitis and stomatitis in cats
Gingivitis is a medical term that refers to inflammation of the gums. Gingivitis is the earliest phase of periodontal disease. Stomatitis refers to inflammation of the soft tissues in the mouth such as the tongue. Gingival sulcus
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Requirements before taking final impression: Tissue healthRequirements before taking final impression: Tissue health
Lecture Five Crown and bridge. Gingival sulcus
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