Periodontology: The Essentials

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Thieme, 2005 - Periodontal disease - 188 pages
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This concise summary of the practice of periodontology provides a review of the physiology of the oral cavity, the newest information on diagnosis and therapy of periodontologic diseases, and the theoretical basics. Practice-related parallel topics such as trauma, material incompatibility, emergency treatment, and antibiotic therapy are covered as well.
 

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period-ontology essentials for dentistry in Uganda.

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Page 51 - 2 Dental restorations/appliances 3 Root fractures 4 Cervical root resorption and cemental tears B Mucogingival deformities and conditions around teeth 1 Gingival/soft tissue recession a Facial or lingual surfaces b Interproximal (papillary) 2 Lack of keratinized gingiva 3 Decreased vestibular depth 4 Aberrant frenum/muscle position 5 Gingival excess a Pseudopocket b Inconsistent gingival margin c Excessive gingival display d Gingival enlargement (see
Page 17 - and under circumstances which can account for the pathological changes and clinical course of the disease. - The pathogen occurs in no other disease as a fortuitous and nonpathogenic
Page 51 - Familial and cyclic neutropenia 2 Down syndrome 3 Leukocyte adhesion deficiency syndromes 4 Papillon—Lefèvre syndrome 5 Chediak—Higashi syndrome 6 Histiocytosis syndromes 7 Glycogen storage disease 8 Infantile genetic agranulocytosis 9 Cohen syndrome 10 Ehlers—Danlos syndrome (types IV and VIII) 11 Hypophosphatasia 12 Other C Not otherwise specified
Page 50 - Leukemia-associated gingivitis 2) Other 3 Gingival diseases modified by medications a Drug-influenced gingival diseases 1) Drug-influenced gingival enlargements 2) Drug-influenced gingivitis a) Oral contraceptive-associated gingivitis b) Other
Page 50 - Gingivitis associated with dental plaque only a Without other local contributing factors b With local contributing factors 2 Gingival diseases modified by systemic factors a Associated with the endocrine system
Page 51 - 2 Lack of keratinized gingiva 3 Decreased vestibular depth 4 Aberrant frenum/muscle position 5 Gingival excess a Pseudopocket b Inconsistent gingival margin c Excessive gingival display d Gingival enlargement (see IA3 and
Page 51 - 5 Gingival manifestations of systemic conditions a Mucocutaneous disorders 1) Lichen planus 2) Pemphigoid
Page 51 - VI Abscesses of the periodontium A Gingival abscess B Periodontal abscess C Pericoronal abscess
Page 51 - 3) Pemphigus vulgaris 4) Erythema multiforme 5) Lupus erythematosus 6) Drug-induced 7) Other b Allergic reactions
Page 51 - and conditions on edentulous ridges 1 Vertical and/or horizontal ridge deficiency 2 Lack of

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