A connection between gingival enlargement and steroid abuse
Chicago – The extended use of anabolic androgenic steroid (AAS) is linked to gingival
enlargement, according to researchers. // Gingival
enlargement occurs when the tissues swell and begin to grow over the teeth. This is a fertile environment for bacteria to grow, which can lead to periodontal in...
Diets bad for the teeth are also bad for the body
...er of systemic chronic diseases. Unfortunately, such a diet - allegedly good for systemic health - was bad for dental health. As a result, cavities or gingival
bleeding from fermentable carbohydrates could be avoided only and not always successfully, as Hujoel points out -- by conscientious brushing, fluorid...
Oral Piercings Pose Potential Health Care Risks
Damage to the teeth and gums - Jewelry may come in contact with both the teeth and gums, causing chipped or cracked teeth or gingival
Allergic reaction - Jewelry containing certain metals may cause an allergic reaction.
Nerve damage - A piercing ...
New treatment for receding gums: No pain, lots of gain
...dontology, periodontal disease is the primary cause of tooth loss in adults aged 35 and older. Periodontal disease includes gum recession, also called gingival
recession, which can result in tooth root decay and tooth loss.
The new tissue regeneration application from Tufts uses platelet concentrate gel ap...
Over half of people with rheumatoid arthritis have periodontitis
...ammatory process in the periodontium (the tissues investing and supporting the teeth, including the cementum, periodontal ligament, alveolar bone, and gingival
Dr Codrina Ancuta of the Grigore T Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Rehabilitation Hospital, Iasi, Romania, who led the study, sai...
Journal of Periodontology and the American Journal of Cardiology develop joint clinical recommendations
... done so within the past 12 months.
A periodontal evaluation should be considered in patients with atherosclerotic CVD who have: signs or symptoms of gingival
disease; significant tooth loss, and unexplained elevation of hs-CRP or other inflammatory biomarkers.
A periodontal evaluation of patients with athe...
Be Smart About Tooth Whitening
...bleaching solution from your dentist, he or she can make a custom-fitted tray specifically designed to fit your teeth. Poorly fitting trays can cause gingival
irritation and tissue burning.
Zoom whitening (power whitening) is a high concentration of hydrogen peroxide gel coupled with a high intensity...
A healthy color
...ction was scored based on a color chart, and those scores were compared with scores from traditional clinical evaluation methods such as plaque index, gingival
index, attachment levels and bleeding on probing.
Researchers found strong correlations between the numbers from these tests and the numbers from...
Researchers uncover higher prevalence of periodontal disease in rheumatoid arthritis patients
...rols. To determine oral hygiene status, each participant underwent a comprehensive oral examination including an assessment of plaque accumulation and gingival
inflammation, both indicators of oral hygiene. Probing pocket depth and clinical attachment loss, two markers of periodontal disease, were also measur...
Good Oral Hygiene May Protect Against Heart Infections
...op oral hygiene measures, the amount of disease in your mouth goes up considerably and progressively, and you'll have far worse oral disease. It's the gingival
[gum] disease and dental caries [decay] that lead to chronic and acute infections such as abscesses. It's that sort of thing that puts you at risk for...
...ds ... What is papilla ? Meaning of papilla medical term. What does papilla mean? ... papilla of corium dermal p. ... interdental papilla gingival
p. ... An examination of the hair follicle dermal papilla and its function ... The term papilla ' is not consistently used in scientific docu...
...ow avascular necrosis in its earliest stages before the joint space ... Contraction band necrosis . Exanthematous necrosis . Fat necrosis . gingival
necrosis . Interdental necrosis . Ischemic necrosis . Liquefaction necrosis . Moist necrosis ... Picture of a granuloma (without necrosis )...
... Gingivitis (gingiva) around the teeth is a general term for gingival
diseases affecting the gingiva (gums). As generally used, the term gingivitis refers to gingival
inflammation induced by bacterial biofilms adherent to tooth surfaces...
...r the alveolar bone. ... Amyloidosis of gingiva and conjunctiva mental retardation ... Biopsy of the gingiva is the only way to diagnose gingival
hyperplasia ... It is meant to re-establish normal height and contour of the gingiva . Home Care ... Although inconclusive thus far, studies co...
...ary when no other etiology can be identified. ... injuries: etiology ... Etiology ... etiology ... The etiology and prevalence of gingival
recession. MOAWIA M. KASSAB, D.D.S., M.S. ... be knowledgeable about the etiology , prevalence and associating factors of ... Pronunciation of ...
...Root surface caries becomes more common in the elderly because of periodontitis, ... Introduction· Caries · Dental Appliances· Gingivitis· Other gingival
Disorders ... Caries is caused by acids produced by bacteria in ... Caries (on Examination) ... Also known as dental cavities or tooth d...