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Regarding periodontal condition, a healthy periodontium was found in 5.
10) In our case, the patient had no white keratotic patch, vesicles, ulcerations, or any other associated oromucosal abnormality; he had healthy periodontium and teeth.
The orthodontic forces used in adolescents are considered adequate in adults with a healthy periodontium also.
Increased levels of activated MMPs gradually destroys the collagenous matrix, degrade the gingiva, the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone in the infected periodontium.
Expression of heparan sulphate and small dermatan/chondroitin sulphate proteoglycans in chronically inflamed human periodontium.
We think that more comprehensive studies are needed to further delineate the effect of IDPF on periodontium.
In complete pulpal necrosis and before any pathosis extends into the periodontium, the tooth is typically asymptomatic.
Children are more predisposed to gingivitis due to special conditions of the periodontium and poor oral hygiene (OH) [Pourhashemi et al.
an assessment of the periodontium in a group of postmenopausal women who were long-term users of bisphosphonates, versus nonusers, to determine the effects of these agents on periodontal health
Due to increased levels of hormones such as progesterone and estrogen, which affects the periodontium (periodontal and gingival fibres and the alveolar bone), the teeth become loose even in the absence of gingival and periodontal infections.