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The degree of gingival inflammation was scored at 6 sites (disto-, mid-, and mesio-buccal; disto-, mid-, and mesio-lingual) for each tooth using a modified Loe-Silness Gingival Index (14), as adapted from Talbott, Mandel, and Chilton (1), as follows:
Periodic exacerbation of gingival inflammation during the menstrual cycle.
Gingival Inflammation Associates with Stroke--A Role for Oral Health Personnel in Prevention: A Database Study.
The bottom line is we can finally treat gingivitis after decades of merely dumping gingival inflammation into the same category as health.
Stage 3 experimental gingivitis studies are designed to measure the ability of a test rinse to inhibit plaque and suppress gingival inflammation in vivo over a 3-week period with other oral hygiene suspended.
Good oral hygiene and oral chlorhexidine rinse can be helpful for GH, mainly due to reduction in gingival inflammation and plaque removal (20).
Effect of reservoirs on gingival inflammation after home dental bleaching Quintessence Int 2009; 40(3):195-202.
But, with eruption of the permanent teeth, the process of gingival inflammation and the subsequent periodontitis is repeated leading to exfoliation of the permanent teeth by 14-15 years.
Fluoride mouth rinses significantly reduce the extent of enamel decalcification and gingival inflammation during orthodontic treatment (11, 16-19).
PREDISPOSING FACTORS FOR GINGIVAL INFLAMMATION ASSOCIATED WITH STEEL CROWNS ON TEMPORARY TEETH IN THE PEDIATRIC POPULATION.
15 The poor oral hygiene and increased level of plaque and gingival inflammation have been attributed to neglected oral care due to presence of ESRD.
Gingival Inflammation Index (GI) according to Loe-Silnes [15]: 0-normal; 1-mild inflammation, slight color change and edema, no bleeding; 2-moderate inflammation, redness, edema, bleeds on probing; 3-severe inflammation, marked redness and edema, ulceration, spontaneous bleeding.