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Perio Lesions

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Periodontal Stage I Lesion is also called? Initial lesion (2-4 days)
What clinical changes are seen with Stage I perio lesions? None
Gingivitis is also referred to as what stage of the perio lesion? Stage II or early lesion (4-7 days)
What stage of the perio lesion do sulcular rete pegs develop? Stage II or early lesion (4-7 days)
What stage of the perio lesion does the sulcus become ulcerated? Stage II or early lesion (4-7 days)
At what stage of the perio lesion do you start to see clinical signs? Stage II or early lesion (4-7 days)
What perio of a perio lesion is the 'established lesion"? Stage III (2-3 weeks)
At what stage of the perio lesion to you begin to see widened intracellular spaces? Stage III or established lesion (2-3 weeks)
Erythema of the gingiva seen in stage III of the perio lesion is due to what? Capillary proliferation
Stage IV of the perio lesion is also called? Advanced Lesion
At what stage of the perio lesion are osteoclasts present? Stage IV or advanced lesion
At what stage of the perio lesion is bone lost? Stage IV or advanced lesion
At what stage of the perio lesion does the damage become irreversible? Stage IV or advanced lesion
Created by: hygiene13