Most common normal bony growth exostosis mandibular tori palatal tori reactive

Most common normal bony growth exostosis mandibular

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- Most common normal bony growth: exostosis (mandibular tori - palatal tori - reactive subpontine) - socket sclerosis - idiopathic osteosclerosis - condensing osteitis - periapical cement osseous dysplasia - odontoma. Disorders of gingiva and periodontium: 1. Periodontal diseases: a. Pluque: is bacteria and matrix that adheres to the outer tooth surface. Types: supragingival plaque - subgingival plaque. b. Calculus: is a mineralized, dead bacteria, with a small amount of mineralized salivary proteins. Types: supragingival calculus - subgingival calculus. c. Gingival recession: is the apical shift of gingiva below the cement enamel junction toward the root. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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2.Gingivitis: Inflammation of the gingiva. It requires the presence and maturation of the bacterial plaque. -Classification: according to the distribution, duration, causes and severity. -Distribution: general, local, marginal, or papillary. -Duration: acute or chronic. -Most common gingivitis based on the cause: a.Gingivitis caused by mouth breathing. b.Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis. c.Actinomycotic gingivitis. d.Focal eruption gingivitis. e.Prophy past gingivitis. 3.Periodontitis: Inflammation of the periodontium caused by persistent microbial plaque. -Classification: according to early onset, clinical character and responsiveness to therapy. -Distribution: general, or local. -Duration: acute, or chronic. -Most common periodontitis: 4.Localized gingival lesions: PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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5.Generalized gingival enlargement: 6. Endocrine associated gingival enlargement: a. Hormonal gingivitis. b. Diabetic gingivitis. c. Gingival edema of hypothyroidism. Conditions peculiar to the tongue: 1. Scalloped tongue. 2. Macroglossia. 3. Hairy tongue. 4. Hairy leukoplakia. 5. Geographic tongue. 6. Anemia. 7. Xerostomia.
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  • Spring '20
  • Stomatitis, Periodontitis, Oral pathology, Traumatic bone cyst, cheilitis, Eruption cyst

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