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alveolar

[al′vē·ə·lər]
(biology)
Of or relating to an alveolus.
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Proximal alveolar bone loss in a longitudinal radiographic investigation.
12-14) However, these two systems allow evaluation of alveolar bone loss in lingual/ palatal and buccal surfaces only.
The significance of age, proximal caries, gingival inflammation, probing depths and the loss of lamina dura in the diagnosis of alveolar bone loss in the primary molars.
Finite elements analysis of lingual forces effects in alveolar bone loss cases, www.
They were examined by panoramic radiography recording alveolar bone loss (ABL), mandibular bone mass with the use of mandibular cortical width (MCW).
Periodontitis--inflammation of the periodontium that involves alveolar bone loss and deepening of the gingival sulcus (pocket).
The chronic progression of the disease leads to irreversible alveolar bone loss that may advance to pocket depth formation and increase loss of clinical attachment of the tooth.
20 Subantimicrobial-dose Doxycycline Effects on Alveolar Bone Loss in Postmenopausal Women: Example of a Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
80) between radiographic assessment of alveolar bone loss and changes in CAL.
13 found alveolar bone loss to be strongly linked with obesity among adults, particularly among females.
This study increases the usefulness of the ratio reported here as "baseline" data to accurately estimate the degree of maxillary and mandibular alveolar bone loss in studying a panoramic radiograph of a person at different times.
Unlike osteoporosis, periodontal disease is a localized inflammatory response to bacteria in the mouth, causing alveolar bone loss.