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periodontal

[¦per·ē·ō¦dänt·əl]
(anatomy)
Surrounding a tooth.
Of or pertaining to the periodontium.
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B., The paradental cyst: A clinicopalhologic study of six new cases and review of the literature.
The principal aims of the program are (1) to produce dental hygienists of the highest international standard who will become effective members of the oral healthcare team in meeting the challenge of controlling and preventing chronic inflammatory periodontal disease and dental caries and (2) to educate dental hygienists alongside undergraduate dental students to enable them to work together effectively, thereby recognizing the increased efficiency in patient care derived from the close cooperation of dental and paradental personnel.
This principle has to be followed by the dentist and the paradental staff to put the patient back to normalcy.
He expressed his satisfaction that the Academy is also focusing on some of the important issues and trying to get the focus of the dental practitioners towards the ethical and public health practices and hoped that these efforts on paradental training in past is a best way to eradicate the curse of quackery in dentistry which portrays a very bad image.
These abrupt alterations lead to the generation and propagation of signaling cascades and associated tissue remodeling by delineating biochemical and cellular reactions occurring in mineralized (alveolar bone) and nonmineralized (periodontium) paradental tissues (Figure 2).
Bilateral Mandibular Cyst: Lateral Radicular Cyst, Paradental Cyst, or Mandibular Infected Buccal Cyst?
Bilateral mandibular cyst:Lateral mandibular cyst, paradental cyst, or mandibular infected buccal cyst Report of a case.
Among Paradental staff male were 92(18 Percent) and female 16 (3 Percent), and they suffered 79(10 Percent) injuries.
The results of this study is expected to increase the understanding of paradental tissue response to orthodontic pressure in general and the role of MMP-8 and TIMP-1 in the biomechanics of tooth movement due to pressure from removable appliances in particular.