*  Module 12 Exam 2 Flashcards by Hailey Fawson | Brainscape
alveolar bone loss. -tooth mobility and migration. -healing delayed 70 what findings with teeth occur in diabetes ...
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*  Periodontal Examination by Margit Strobl on Prezi
Infrabony: junctional epithelium has migrated below the crest of the alveolar bone. Associated with vertical bone loss. Note: ... Inflammation of supporting tissues of the teeth. Apical migration of the JE. Many forms/etiologies. Clinical manifestations of ... The crest of bone in health should be within 2 mm of CEJ. Will vary in size and shape depending on tooth position. Darby Walsh ... Mobility: when the bone around a tooth is at normal levels, there is very little physiological movement. When movement occurs ...
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*  Gum Disease's Kryptonite: Tea Tree Oil - Health Freedom Resources & Natural Remedies Blog
... destruction of the alveolar bone and periodontal ligament, apical migration of the epithelial attachment resulting in the ... It is caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that forms constantly on teeth." If your teeth don't get brushed, this plaque ... and fibrous enlargement of the gingiva without resorption of the underlying alveolar bone." ... Be honest with yourself. How much attention do you pay to your teeth and their health? On a scale of "What toothbrush?" to "I ...
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*  Cell-guiding fibroinductive and angiogenic scaffolds for periodontal tissue engineering - Patent application
... the tooth root and alveolar bone contain porous architecture permissive for the beginning of the transverse migration of ... cementoblastic and fibroblastic progenitors migration from alveolar bone perpendicularly towards tooth root surface, while in ... 0003] The alveolar bone around tooth roots, cementum on the root surfaces and the periodontal ligament providing the connection ... The fibrin glue can be applied on the tooth root surface or alveolar bone surface corresponding to the external boundaries of ...
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*  Periodontal Disease - WSAVA2013 - VIN
As attachment loss progresses, alveolar bone loss continues, until tooth exfoliation in most cases. ... In some cases, the apical migration results in gingival recession while the sulcal depth remains the same. Consequently, tooth ... As periodontitis progresses, alveolar bone is also lost. On oral exam, there are two different presentations of attachment loss ... infected bone. Once an area of bone is necrotic, it does not respond effectively to antibiotic therapy. Therefore, definitive ...
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*  Periodontal diseases | definition of Periodontal diseases by Medical dictionary
It involves an inflammation of the marginal periodontium with resorption of the crest of alveolar bone. Apical migration of the ... If it continues unchecked the infection will spread to the bone in which the teeth are rooted. The bone then resorbs and the ... If it continues unchecked the infection will spread to the bone in which the teeth are rooted. The bone then resorbs and the ... destruction of the alveolar bone and periodontal ligament, apical migration of the epithelial attachment resulting in the ...
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*  Get teeth into | definition of get teeth into by Medical dictionary
... get teeth into explanation free. What is get teeth into? Meaning of get teeth into medical term. What does get teeth into mean? ... Looking for online definition of get teeth into in the Medical Dictionary? ... tooth, migration of,. n the movement of teeth into altered positions in relationship to the basal bone of the alveolar process ... Synonym: secondary tooth See: deciduous tooth for illus. primary tooth. Deciduous tooth.. sclerotic tooth. A yellowish tooth ...
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*  Periodontal pathology - Wikipedia
... pocket formation Gingival ulceration and suppuration Destruction of the alveolar bone and periodontal ligament Tooth mobility, ... It is in the established lesion that epithelial proliferation and apical migration begin. In health, the junctional epithelium ... Features of the Advanced Lesion: Extension of the lesion into alveolar bone, periodontal ligament with significant bone loss ... The disease consists of a chronic inflammation associated with loss of alveolar bone. Advanced disease features include pus and ...
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*  Sash pocket | definition of sash pocket by Medical dictionary
... the base of which is apical to the crest of the alveolar bone. Consists basically of a vertical resorptive defect in alveolar ... in bulk of gingival tissue around the teeth results in ↑ depth of tissue around the teeth which, if confined to the gingiva, is ... accompanied by apical migration of the epithelial attachment. Clinical signs are those of periodontitis, associated with ... n an area of crestal alveolar bone loss that results in a deepened gingival sulcus. ...
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*  NORMAL PERIODONTIUM AND GINGIVAL DISEASES IN CHILDREN - ppt download
Loosening, migration, and spontaneous loss of the primary teeth occurred. B, A generalized loss of alveolar bone can be seen in ... tooth mobility, and rapid alveolar bone loss with premature exfoliation of the teeth The gingival tissue may initially ... It is characterized by the rapid and severe loss of alveolar bone around more than one permanent tooth, usually the first ... Bone loss in children can be detected in bite-wing radiographs by comparing the height of the alveolar bone to the ...
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*  periodontitis, chronic - oi
Inflammation of the supporting tissues of the teeth characterized by apical migration of the junctional epithelium, loss of ... and loss of alveolar bone. The clinical features include purplish-red swollen (oedematous) and shiny gingival tissue, ... There may also be exudation of pus on digital pressure or probing, tooth mobility, drifting of the teeth, tooth loss, and ... Local risk factors include the presence of calculus, malpositioned teeth, poorly constructed restorations, removable partial ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... of specific-pathogen free mice induces a local inflammatory response resulting in destruction of tooth supporting alveolar bone ... The migration of cells in the immune response to L. major is regulated by chemokines and their receptors. The chemokine ... The migration of T cells into lymph nodes is a complex process which involves both cellular and chemical factors including ... In this video-article, the localization and migration of T cells into the tissue are analyzed in real-time with a widefield and ...
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*  In Vitro Effects of Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound Stimulation on the Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Alveolar Bone...
Results of an in vitro migration assay of hABMSCs are shown in Figure 4. In vitro cell migration, shown as representative ... Pulsed Ultrasound Stimulation on the Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Alveolar Bone-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Tooth ... E. T. Lee, K. T. Lim, J. H. Kim et al., "Effects of low intensity ultrasound stimulation on the proliferation of alveolar bone ... Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound ((LIPUS) 1 MHz) with duty cycles of 20% and 50% was used in this study, and human alveolar bone ...
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*  Occlusal trauma - Wikipedia
With the center of rotation of the tooth acting as a fulcrum, the surface of bone adjacent to the pressured side of the tooth ... Tooth mobility Fremitus Tooth migration Pain Thermal sensitivity Pain on chewing or percussion Wear facets Microscopically, ... Traumatic occlusion may cause a thickening of the cervical margin of the alveolar bone and widening of the periodontal ligament ... Likewise for teeth subject to secondary occlusal trauma, though these teeth may also require splinting together to the adjacent ...
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*  Recessions | definition of Recessions by Medical dictionary
Apical migration of the gingiva along the tooth surface, with exposure of the tooth surface. Synonym(s): gingival atrophy, ... recession, bone,. n apical progression of the level of the alveolar crest associated with inflammatory and dystrophic ... a bone resorption process that results in decreased osseous support for the tooth. ... gingival recession the drawing back of the gingivae from the necks of the teeth, with exposure of root surfaces. ...
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*  Produktübersicht 29 Podoplanin Proteine
In podoplanin conditional knockout mice (Wnt1 (zeige WNT1 Proteine)-Cre;PdpnDelta/Deltamice), the tooth and alveolar bone ... it is likely that PDPN, while being dispensable during re-epithelialization, has a crucial role in migration and invasion of ... indicating that podoplanin is not critical in the development of the tooth and bone. ... Describe a bone-specific conditional Pdpn hypomorphic knockout mouse and confirm a role for Pdpn in the attainment of fully ...
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*  Periodontal ligament | definition of periodontal ligament by Medical dictionary
It consists of bands of collagen fibers connecting the cement of the tooth to both gingival and alveolar bone and to the cement ... It can be the result of hyperplasia of the gingiva (false pocket) or migration of the epithelial attachment toward the apex ( ... of bands of collagen fibers connecting tooth cementum to both gingival and alveolar bone and to cementum of adjacent teeth. ... and destruction of the periodontal ligament and supporting alveolar bone occurs.. Tooth and Periodontal Disease: A Review for ...
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*  blood clot
This entry was posted in Dental Implants, Oral Care, Oral Surgery and tagged blood clot, bone cell migration, connective tissue ... surgical tooth extraction, tooth extraction, tooth extraction bleeding, tooth extraction surgery on May 26, 2010. by ... alveolar bone, periodontal ligament, and cementum). Connective tissue graft also allowed to reestablish the gingival contour ... Introduction to the management of tooth extraction bleeding. Many patients do not know what to expect after having there tooth ...
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*  Gingival and periodontal pocket - Wikipedia
It is classified as supra bony and infra bony based on its depth in relation to alveolar bone. If the destruction continues ... The interface between a tooth and the surrounding gingival tissue is a dynamic structure. The gingival tissue forms a crevice ... The only anatomical landmark experiencing migration is the gingival margin in a coronal direction. In a gingival pocket, no ... or alveolar bone occurs. This early sign of disease in the mouth is completely reversible when the etiology of the edematous ...
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*  Serial extraction - Wikipedia
... periodontium and alveolar process) is preserved, therefore reduced alveolar bone loss Less retention period is indicated More ... of posterior teeth may lead to deepening of bite There is a risk of arch length reduction because of mesial migration of the ... Serial extraction is the planned extraction of certain deciduous teeth and specific permanent teeth in an orderly sequence and ... Judicious reproximation disking of primary teeth with no tooth extraction is an occasional option. This decision depends on the ...
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*  Toothy | definition of toothy by Medical dictionary
tooth, migration of,. n the movement of teeth into altered positions in relationship to the basal bone of the alveolar process ... Synonym: secondary tooth See: deciduous tooth for illus. primary tooth. Deciduous tooth.. sclerotic tooth. A yellowish tooth ... Synonym: baby tooth; milk tooth; primary tooth See: illustration. hypersensitive tooth. A tooth sensitive to temperature ... permanent teeth the 32 teeth of the second dentition.. premolar tooth bicuspid tooth; either of two permanent teeth found ...
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*  Aggressive periodontitis - Wikipedia
Loss of attachment refers to the destruction of periodontium whereas the bone refers to the alveolar bone supporting the teeth ... diastema formation with disto-labial migration of the incisors increased mobility of the affected teeth, sensitivity due to ... "Five-year alveolar bone level changes in women of varying skeletal bone mineral density and bone trabeculation". Oral Surgery, ... to the alveolar bone crest is typically in the order of 1mm in young people. If the distance between the ACJ and alveolar bone ...
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*  Most recent papers in the journal Molecular & Cellular Biomechanics: MCB | Read by QxMD
During orthodontic treatments, applied mechanical forces create strain and result in tooth movement through the alveolar bone. ... Migrating cells are included as a new phenotype to describe the migration behaviour of malignant tumour cells. Migration ... In this algorithm, the bone material is assumed to be bi-modulus, i.e., the tension modulus is not identical to the compression ... Confined migration is a crucial phenomenon during embryogenesis, immune response and cancer. Here, a two-dimensional finite ...
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*  Doi:10.1016/j.jaad.2005.10.004
Brain 2002;125: the gingival, periodontal ligament, and alveolar bone.. The source of the proteolytic enzymes is the gingival ... tion is a common cause of irreversible loss of tooth 10. Esterly NB, Furey NL, Flanagan LE. The effect of antimicrobial ... This inhibition, noted at the protein and mRNA regulation of mammalian apoptotic cell dea levels, may affect migration of ... J Invest Dermatol 1978; proliferation and migration of gingival sulcular epi- 11. Brundula V, Rewcastle NB, Metz LM, Bernard CC ...
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*  Nervous 1 Flashcards by Jessica Bibby | Brainscape
2) Maxillary -> through infraorbital canal -> superior alveolar nerve -> maxillary teeth sensory 3) Mandibular -> gives off ... produce CNS disease by aberrant larval migration in normal hosts or migration in aberrant hosts (visceral larval migrans). ... 1) Falx cerebri - fold in longitudinal fissure between two cerebral hemispheres, from ethmoid bone to osseous tentorium 2) ... congenital - malformation of the developing skull (as the skull bones are incompletely ossified and skull sutures and ...
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