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Periodontics II


What maintenance interval is usually recommended during the first year after a patient’s completion of initial NSPT? 3 months
Primary occlusal trauma occurs when the periodontium is healthy, but unable to handle increased occlusal forces. Secondary occlusal trauma occurs when the occlusal forces are either normal or excessive, but the periodontium is compromised due to disease. Both statements are true
Which of the following is true regarding overhanging margins of restorations? a contributing factor in periodontal disease may result in recurrent caries can result in gingival bleeding, increased pocket depth, and bone loss
At reevaluation, what is the main factor that will determine if you have reached your endpoint? tissue response
When we evaluate restorations and their effect on the periodontium, we should consider contacts surface texture occlusion contours margins
Created by: daisenmurray