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    Following gingivitis‚ periodontitis considered to be the second most common infectious disease of periodontum. Gingivitis is a disease which arise when there is an inflammation in the ginigival epithelium as well in the connective tissue. When this inflammation start to cause destruction in periodontal connective tissue and the bone which support the tooth then this situation called periodontitis. The causative factor for both gingivitis and periodontitis is microbial(1). It is important to know

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    Chronic Periodontitis

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    affected teeth. It’s well established that supragingival plaque is that the explanation for gingivitis and plays a primary role in the initiation of periodontal disease. Chronic periodontitis‚ once called as "adult periodontitis" or "chronic adult periodontitis"‚ is that the most rife variety of periodontal disease. Periodontitis is usually related to endotoxemia and delicate general provocative reactions‚ and recently periodontal microbes could be known in early atherosclerosis injuries. ‚ ‚ many

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    10‚ 2016 Postulate of Periodontal Disease The pervasiveness of periodontitis has evolved over the past forty to fifty years. During the 1950s and 1960s‚ the disease has begun to surface in the teenage years until the early middle age where almost every adult has been afflicted. Today‚ it’s quite different. Results from a survey in the mid-1980s from the National Institute of Dental Research reveal that moderate to severe periodontitis affect individuals between the ages of eighteen and sixty-five

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    Being the most prevalent form of periodontitis‚ chronic periodontitis is defined as “an inflammatory disease of the supporting tissue of the teeth caused by specific microorganisms‚ resulting in progressive destruction of the supporting structures of the teeth.”1 It is most prevalent in elderly patients with the presence of causative factors such as calculus‚ plaques‚ associated systemic conditions‚ smoking and overhanging restorations.2 Clinically‚ chronic periodontitis is often associated with a decrease

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    DHYG 3212 Research Project Periodontitis and Heart Disease Andrea Wilson University of Arkansas-Fort Smith Abstract According to the American Heart Association‚ cardiovascular disease and heart disease are used interchangeably. Cardiovascular disease is a disease that is associated with the heart and blood vessels. There are many different types of heart diseases and they all include a variety of problems. Periodontal disease is a complex chronic inflammatory disease that results

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    Periodontitis Essay

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    Periodontitis is a chronic infectious disease‚ triggered by the host immune response to an array of periodontal biofilm-associated microorganisms‚ which ultimately leads to the inflammation of the tissues supporting the teeth. The initial host response to bacterial infection is a local inflammatory reaction that activates the innate immune system. An imbalance between biofilms and immune system results in over expression of an array of pro-inflammatory cytokines‚ propagation of inflammation through

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    A comparison and review of bone regeneration methods after periodontitis Periodontitis is a very serious oral illness which can ultimately lead to the loss of teeth. The gums get inflamed due to all kinds of bacteria in the plaque surrounding the teeth. The first stages of this disease are reversible and are actually stages of gingivitis. The inflammation that occurs can be reversed by extra attention to (the) oral health‚ brushing teeth and interdental hygiene. However‚ when this does not get any

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    Research Title: Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors of Periodontal Diseases among Adults attending Dental Department in Rwanda Military Hospital (Rwanda): a cross-sectional study J. Mutamuliza‚ 1 J. Olikiriza‚ 2 M. Isyagi‚ 3 and J. Ntaganira‚ 4 1 Department of Dentistry‚ Rwanda Military Hospital‚ P.O. Box: 3377‚ Kigali‚ Rwanda 2 Department of Research‚ Rwanda Military Hospital‚ P.O. Box: 3377‚ Kigali‚ Rwanda 3 Department of Dentistry‚ Faculty of Allied Health Sciences‚ Kigali

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    Bidirectional relationshipn C e f o r and periodontitis e v i D e between DM P r a C t i C e Bidirectional relationship between diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease: State of the evidence linda d. Boyd*‚ rDH‚ rD‚ edD; lori giblin∆ ‚ rDH‚ ba; dianne Chadbourne¤‚ rDH‚ MDH ABSTRACT objective: the purpose of this review was to examine existing literature for evidence supporting the bidirectional relationship between diabetes mellitus (DM) and periodontal disease. Method: a search research

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    Aloe Vera Case Study

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    Discussion Aloe Vera is greatly useful in the treatment of gingivitis or periodontitis (17). It decreases inflammation‚ bleeding‚ and edema of the gingiva. It is a strong antibacterial in periodontal pockets where normal cleansing is challenging‚ and its antifungal properties help considerably in the difficulty of denture stomatitis (18) .also Aloe Vera is a possible anti-bacterial factor which is mentioned to be useful in fighting the microorganism and controlling periodontal disease (19). Vijayalakshmi

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