periodontium


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periodontium

[¦per·ē·ō′dan·chəm]
(anatomy)
The tissues surrounding a tooth.
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This is a limitation of the study, as systemic diseases can have adverse effects on the periodontium and alter IL-1[beta] levels as well.
The degree of tooth mobility is dependent on quantitative factors (Surface area of periodontal ligament attachment) and qualitative factors (Biophysical properties of the periodontium).
Moreover community dentistry workers, can help prevent quackery and its associated malice by making the public aware of its hazards to the periodontium and abutments bone and residual ridge.
Studies have found that bisphosphonate use benefits the periodontium in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis.
We have demonstrated that systemically-administered colchicine does not increase alveolar bone loss at either dose and after either term in healthy periodontium. In addition, we found that colchicine tends to decrease alveolar bone loss by increasing osteoblastic activity and decreasing osteoclastic activity in ligature-induced periodontitis.
Keywords: Low frequency noise, Periodontal ligament, Periodontium.
With light extrusive forces, periodontium follows the tooth movement, which is desirable when there is an uneven gingival margin between the adjacent teeth (6).
Sex steroid hormones and cell dynamics in the periodontium. Crit Rev Oral Biol Med, v.5, p.
[26] The breadth of interactions by activated platelets helps us in knowing the association between periodontitis and systemic diseases as well as the inflammatory status of the periodontium.
Unfortunately, these methods have not yet achieved a successful full restoration of the periodontium. However, there are current treatments available in the market that can repair periodontium and replace missing teeth.
This has been shown to be an advantageous technique as the procedure is easy; it facilitates the steps of impression taking and protects the periodontium [8, 10].
This study strongly suggested the important roles of PDL-MSCs for the regeneration of the periodontium. Subsequently, many researchers have tied to regenerate the periodontium by the combination of PDL-MSCs, scaffolds, and growth factors.