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Perio and structures

The Pariodontium

What 4 structures make up the periodontium? 1. Alveolar bone 2. Cementum 3. Gingiva and 4. Periodontal Ligament (PDL)
Gingiva, hard palate are what type of tissue? Masticatory Tissue (keratinized)
Lips, cheeks, ventral of tongue are examples of what type of tissue? Lining mucosa (non keratinized)
Where would you find specialized mucosa? The dorsum of the tongue
Is the COL keratinized or non keratinized? non keratinized
What kind of tissue is Alveolar mucosa? non keratinized, lining mucosa
A perio exam is done with the use of what instrument? Probe
Use a _______ stroke Walking
Use a ________ grasp light
FGM to MGJ represents what? Amount of attached gingiva
What is class I Furcation? Can be felt with a probe or explorer
What is a class II Furcation? Can enter the furcation but can't pass through
What is a class III Furcation? Instrument can pass through the furcation
What is a class IV Furcation? You can clinically see the furcation
If you have 25% calculus, what class does that put you in? Class II (25-49%)
If you have 74% calculus, what class does that put you in? Class III (50-75%)
If you have 10% calculus, what class does that put you in? Class I (less than 24%)
If you have 80% calculus, what class does that put you in? Class IV (75-100%)`
How is CAL calculated? Probe depth + FGM to CEJ
How is PI calculated (calculus)? # teeth surfaces covered with plaque/ total # of tooth surfaces
How is GI calculated? Averages of the readings from ramfjord teeth
What reading do you do first, the PI or the GI? The GI, you need to see bleeding, and you can't after you disclose to get PI.
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