(17) A normal, healthy gum pocket
is 3 mm deep or less, and a depth of 4 mm or more defines periodontitis.
LASER PERIODONTAL SURGERY is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional gum surgery, whereby a digital dental laser--intense light energy--is used to remove harmful bacteria and diseased tissue from the gum pocket
by passing a laser light between the gum and tooth.
He indicates that the subgingival crevice--the deep gum pocket
cradling each tooth--has been repeatedly scrutinized in the search for microbes.
Up to now there has not been a method to deliver Xylitol safely into your gum pockets
, where this harmful bacteria thrive.
That shrinks gum pockets
and reduces measurable levels of two inflammation markers (C-reactive protein and interleukin-1 beta) in gum tissue.
Bacterial chest infections are thought to be caused by breathing in fine droplets from the throat and mouth into the lungs and earlier studies suggested people were more likely to die from pneumonia if they had higher numbers of deep gum pockets
Severe and rapid resorption of teeth-supporting bone lead to gum pockets
surrounding the teeth, which in turn leads to a gum disease called acute periodontitis which will manifest as severe bleeding gums, food accumulation, foul odour, pus formation and mobility of the teeth.
The relatively softer patches of lighter colored tissue tends to crumble during planing or moulding unless tools are kept very sham." The wood has minerals and gum pockets
plus a "greasy feel" that interferes with machining, gluing and finishing.
While bubinga can exude gum, Engle says he has rarely seen gum pockets
and when he did they were minimal and toward the center or pith of the tree.
Wood has small gum pockets
creating normal markings.
Naturally occurring gum pockets
, worm holes and small knots heighten the Door County Collection's informal look.
Small gum pockets
can cause a problem when the wood is cut.