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periodontal

[¦per·ē·ō¦dänt·əl]
(anatomy)
Surrounding a tooth.
Of or pertaining to the periodontium.
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Microorganisms colonizing the tongue and periodontal sulcus aids in the formation of volatile sulphur compounds in both periodontally healthy individuals and periodontally compromised diseased individual.22 Yaegaki et al in a study stated that periodontal pocket is the main source for volatile sulphur compounds in aggressive periodontitis.10,23
The periodontally "accelerated osteogenic orthodontics" technique (PAOOTM): Efficient space closing with either orthopedic or orthodontic forces.
Clinical and radiographic examination [Orthopantomogram (OPG)] showed multiple missing teeth # 11, # 15, # 16, # 24, # 25, # 28, # 34-38, # 44, # 45, # 47 [Federation Dentaire Internationale (FDI) tooth numbering system], broken down roots #12, # 22, # 27, # 48 (FDI) and carious and periodontally compromised teeth #13, #14, # 17, # 23, # 26, # 31, # 32, # 33, # 43 (FDI) (Figure-1 A).
Caption: Figure 2: Peri-implant sulcular fluid (PISF) collected from 29 peri-implantitis and 32 periodontally healthy sites were tested for elevated aMMP-8 by ImplantSafe PoC/chair-side test (+/-), analysed for aMMP-8 (ng/ml) by immunofluorometric assay (IFMA), and by quantitated gelatin zymography for all molecular weight forms of gelatinase-B (MMP-9, zymographic densitometric units) (a).
In addition, human gingival biopsies from sites of periodontitis were compared with gingival tissues from periodontally healthy sites [37].
Although the obese patients in our study were periodontally healthy (Table 4), they are possibly at the preclinical stage of the disease and they may be at risk of developing periodontal disease in the future if they did not take good care of their oral health.
Lai, "Comparative microbiological characteristics of failing implants and periodontally diseased teeth," Journal of Periodontology, vol.
Endodontic irrigant as a root conditioning agent: An in vitro scanning electron microscopic study evaluating the ability of MTAD to remove smear layer from periodontally affected root surfaces.
The viability of non-affected teeth can be prolonged by the identification of specific periodontal microbes and institution of specific antibiotic therapy together with the extraction of severely periodontally compromised teeth.
Microbiota around teeth and dental implants in periodontally healthy, partially edentulous patients: is pre-implant microbiological testing relevant?
Patients who had antibiotics and steroid therapy within six weeks prior to sampling, conditions and medications leading to decreased salivary flow, conditions associated with decreased immune system efficiency like malnutrition and endocrine disease and patients with periodontally involved teeth with grade 3 mobility were excluded from the study.
Studies with data of the BMI mean, standard deviation and number of participants in experimental (with periodontal disease) and control groups (periodontally healthy) were included in continuous meta-analysis (n = 13; Figure 3).

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