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1983 4
1984 12
1985 14
1986 22
1987 27
1988 20
1989 27
1990 34
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1992 19
1993 7
1994 4
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1997 13
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1999 7
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2007 3
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The periodontal pocket: pathogenesis, histopathology and consequences
Bosshardt DD. Periodontol 2000 2018 - Review. PMID 29194796
In a pocket situation, the defense cells and the macromolecules are directly discharged into the periodontal pocket and the majority of epithelial cells directly face the biofilm. ...
In a pocket situation, the defense cells and the macromolecules are directly discharged into the periodontal pocket and the majority of e
Comparison of peri-implant and periodontal marginal soft tissues in health and disease
Ivanovski S and Lee R. Periodontol 2000 2018 - Review. PMID 29193334
A key difference is the nature of the relationship of the connective tissue with the implant surface, whereby there is 'adaptation' of collagen fibers in a parallel orientation in relation to the implant, but insertion of fiber attachment perpendicularly into cementum in the case of teeth. ...
A key difference is the nature of the relationship of the connective tissue with the implant surface, whereby there is 'adaptation' of colla …
The interproximal clinical attachment level to classify gingival recessions and predict root coverage outcomes: an explorative and reliability study.
Cairo F, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2011. PMID 21507033
While class RT1 included gingival recession with no loss of interproximal attachment, class RT2 recession was associated with interproximal attachment loss less than or equal to the buccal site and class RT3 showed higher interproximal attachment loss than the buccal site. ...CONCLUSIONS: The evaluation of interproximal clinical attachment level may be used to classify gingival recession defects and to predict the final root coverage outcomes....
While class RT1 included gingival recession with no loss of interproximal attachment, class RT2 recession was associated with interpr …
Effect of nonsurgical periodontal therapy. II. Severely advanced periodontitis
Badersten A, et al. J Clin Periodontol 1984. PMID 6363463
The results were evaluated by recording of plaque scores, bleeding on probing, probing pocket depths and probing attachment levels. ...
The results were evaluated by recording of plaque scores, bleeding on probing, probing pocket depths and probing attachment levels. . …
Periodontal inflamed surface area: quantifying inflammatory burden
Nesse W, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2008. PMID 18564145
A classification that quantified the root surface area affected by attachment loss was found. This classification did not quantify the surface area of inflamed periodontal tissue, however. Therefore, an Excel spreadsheet was developed in which the periodontal inflamed surface area (PISA) is calculated using clinical Attachment Level (CAL), recessions and bleeding on probing (BOP). ...
A classification that quantified the root surface area affected by attachment loss was found. This classification did not quantify th …
Polydopamine deposition with anodic oxidation for better connective tissue attachment to transmucosal implants.
Teng F, et al. J Periodontal Res 2018. PMID 29063626
However, connective tissue adhered to the smooth surface of an implant has poor mechanical resistance, which can render separation of tissue from the implant interface and induce epithelial downgrowth. ...CONCLUSION: The modification of AO + PD on the implant neck yielded better attachment between the implant and peri-implant connective tissue....
However, connective tissue adhered to the smooth surface of an implant has poor mechanical resistance, which can render separation of tissue …
Progressive replacement of epithelial attachment by a connective tissue junction after experimental periodontal surgery in rats.
Listgarten MA, et al. J Periodontol 1982. PMID 6960165
However, the entire epithelial attachment was displaced coronally, primarily at the expense of sulcus depth which decreased with time, and by replacement of the apical portion of the junctional epithelium by a connective tissue junction of increasing dimension. These findings challenge the widely held belief that, once established, the dentoepithelial junction cannot be replaced by a connective tissue attachment....
However, the entire epithelial attachment was displaced coronally, primarily at the expense of sulcus depth which decreased wi …
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