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Periodontology

Chapters 6, 7, & 11 ( 10 in 3rd Ed.)

QuestionAnswer
What can bruxism cause? giant masseter muscles, attrition
What are some areas in our periodontium that occlusal trauma can effect? PDL, cementum, alveolar bone
Primary Traumatic Occlusion when heavy occlusal forces exceed the adaptive range in a normal periodontium, causing injury to tissue and bone
Secondary Traumatic Occlusion when normal occlusal forces exceed the capability of a periodontium that is already affected by periodontal disease
What can contribute to gingivitis? not flossing, poor plaque control, pregnancy, malnutrition, smoking, faulty restorations, misaligned teeth, and mouth breathing
What is the most critical resolution to cure gingivitis? plaque control
What characteristics of gingivitis and periodontists do not share? bone loss
Retention of plaque, which does not contribute: a. deep pockets b. overhang restorations c. smoking d. subgingival claculus c. smoking
Chronic perio: can this be generalized? can be both localized and generalized
Is chronic perio common or rare? more rare
Is chronic perio treatable with antibiotics? no
TMD: what are they? disorders
What is the etiology is TMD? multifactorial
What are the four primary symptoms of TMD? muscle pain, dyskinesia, jaw pain, limitation of motion
Bruxism: what can this cause? Can this cause muscular hypertrophy, injury to periodontal tissues, muscle pain and discomfort? it can effect muscle, PDL, and teeth (attrition)
periodontal disease is a risk factor related to which pregnancy condition? low birth weights babies
What bacteria are associated with periodontal disease? p. gingivalis, Aa, Prevatella, psuedmonous, Tannerella forsyensis
What forms pseudo pocketing? coronal migration of the gingival margin
Which microbe is most predominately found in NUG lesions? spirochetes
What are the characteristics that you would most likely see in NUG? crater papilla, pseudo membrane, bad odor
What if any type or change in the oral cavity would appear as a chemical reaction to someone taking phenytonin or Dilantin? gingival enlargement, there is an over growth of connective tissue, extreme overgrowth of tissue
What type of tooth ware is due to tooth to tooth ware? attrition
Which of the following oral disease is the most prevalent? gingivitis
What are some common symptoms of a periodontal abscess? heat, suppuration, fistula, pain, swelling, pus, all the above
What is a clinical description of swelling? edema
What is periocornitis? inflammation of the operculum or tissue flap over a partially erupted tooth, particularly a third molar
Created by: daisenmurray