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RECESSION. A re-grant: the act of returning the title of a country to a government which formerly held it, by one which has it at the time; as the recession of Louisiana, which took place by the treaty between France and Spain, of October 1, 1800. See 2 White's Coll. 516.

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Based on the outcomes measured, the studies can be grouped into six categories: (i) studies that measured oral white lesions (n=5); (ii) studies that measured gingival recession (n=4); (iii) studies that measured periodontal pocketing (n=2); (iv) studies that investigated gum bleeding (n=2); (v) studies that investigated oral micro-organisms (n=4); and (vi) studies that measured other oral health-related outcomes (n=7).
u1/4 Braces may be indicated because a poor bite can cause stress on some teeth encouraging gingival recession
Figure 8 illustrates the extent of gingival recession and subsequent root exposure affecting the 63 and 64 region.
Although most previous report have indicated that human facial gingival recession can treat successfully through use of GTR procedure with expanded polytetra fluoroethylene (e-PTFE) membrane (12-14).
Abstract: Fear of losing the teeth is common among patients presenting with gingival recession.
Reported complications from oral piercings and other nontraditional piercings include cephalic tetanus (17), cellulitis (18), tooth fracture (19), gingival recession (20), and even speech impairment (21), but no published case reports have described tongue piercing as the cause of cobalt-induced contact dermatitis manifesting as hand eczema.
Piercing the tongue, lip, or cheek could cause localized gingival recession.
GEM 21S is a fully synthetic regeneration system for the treatment of dental bony defects and associated gingival recession.
Receding gums, medically known as gingival recession, results when the gum-line exposes the teeth.
Finally, these lesions have been found on the roots of extracted teeth with no gingival recession, making abrasion and erosion both virtually impossible.
The titanium trauma splint was still in situ but was now associated with gross calculus, gingivitis and gingival recession.
18] In addition, PRP was used in the treatment of severe form of chronic periodontitis, with an improvement in the depth reduction of gingival recession and clinical attachment level.