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chapter 3&7 Perio to

cont. from P. P.

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Is a factor known to precede many heart attacks, and specific periodontal pathogens are associated with coronary heart disease Poor Perio Health
Evidence suggests that active periodontal disease may account for more than ___ percent of all preterm, low-birth-weight babies, which makes it more significant than either ___________ and______________. 18, cigarette, alcohol
Pneumonia occurs in the lower respiratory tract, which is usually sterile, but aspiration or spread of infectious agents can contaminate it, and many virulent species associated with pneumonia reside in ___________________________ periodontal plaque biofilm.
Increases patient’s susceptibility to many types of infections Periodontitis and Diabetes
Term for those perio diseases that progress rapidly with massive bone loss, young people, Aggressive Periodontitis
Form of aggressive perioAffects patients younger than 30 yearsIdentifying features:Rapid rate of tissue destruction Association with defects in immune systemAssociated microbiotaEarly age of onset Early-onset Perio
Rare diseaseMay be localized or generalizedMay affect both primary and secondary dentitionsSevere gingival inflammationRapid bone lossEarly tooth loss Prepubertal Perio
Either localized or generalized. Treated with perio therapy (SRP) and systemic antibiotics. Extreme bone loss, More common in girls and young women Can run in families. More common in African Americans Juvenile Forms
adults rather than adolescents, severe bone loss around the incisors or 1st molars, late diagnosis of juvenile aggressive perio, inflammation, plaque and calculus Postjuvenile Aggressive Perio
young adults, usually between the ages of 20 and 30, Severe gingival inflammation, Loss of bone and connective tissue occurs rapidly over a period of weeks or months, Conventional methods and antibiotics for treatment (usually forms of tetracycline Rapidly Progressive Perio
Bacterial flora includes P. gingivalis, P.intermedia, E.corrodens, and Cr rectus Rapidly Progressive Perio
Unresponsive to appropriate treatmentMay occur at single or multiple sitesNo single bacterial agent identifiedMost diagnosed patients have undergone repeated attempts to control the disease process Refractory Perio
Systemic diseases such as Down syndrome, IDDM, AIDS, and Papillon-Lefevre syndrome can increase the severity of perio
Systemic factors worsen the symptoms of chronic periodontitis by reducing an individual’s _______ ______ _________ resistance to disease
Causes severe progressive destruction of the gingiva and alveolar mucosa, which spreads rapidly to deeper tissues. Gingiva is intensely red, with “punched out” papilla. patients with nutritional deficiencies and has been related to extreme stress! NUP
is an acute, localized infection of the periodontium Periodontal abcess
Most often caused by a foreign body being forced into the sulcusCondition resolves itself once the material is removed and the area is cleaned Gingival abcess
Occurs around partially erupted teeth, usually third molars. “pericoronitis Pericoronal abcess
Careful debridement of the pocketSystemic antibiotics if fever Removal of the tissue flap over the tooth or removal of the tooth with pericoronitis treatment of abcess
Created by: TinaHygiene on 2009-09-07



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