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Association between traditional oral hygiene methods with tooth wear, gingival bleeding, and recession: A descriptive cross-sectional study.
Shah N, et al. Indian J Dent Res 2018. PMID 29652005 Free article.
The plaque scores and gingival bleeding & recession were found to be more in traditional oral hygiene method users. The toothwear was also more severe among the toothpowder users. CONCLUSIONS: Traditional methods were found to be inferior in plaque control as was documented by increased bleeding and gingival recession. ...
The plaque scores and gingival bleeding & recession were found to be more in traditional oral hygiene method users. The to …
Bristle splaying and its effect on pre-existing gingival recession-a 12-month randomized controlled trial.
Graetz C, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27796575
OBJECTIVE: The link between bristle splaying and gingival recession is unclear. METHODS: In a 12-month, parallel group, randomized, controlled clinical trial, 110 systemically healthy participants with pre-existing gingival recessions (pre-GR) were assigned to brush their teeth with either a manual (MT) or a powered toothbrush (PT). ...CLINICAL RELEVANCE: Compared to a manual toothbrush, powered toothbrushes seem to be utilized with less force and can be considered safe to use in patients with pre-existing gingival recession....
OBJECTIVE: The link between bristle splaying and gingival recession is unclear. METHODS: In a 12-month, parallel group, ran
A multicenter randomized, controlled clinical trial comparing the use of displacement cords, an aluminum chloride paste, and a combination of paste and cords for tissue displacement.
Einarsdottir ER, et al. J Prosthet Dent 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28478985
Knowledge about the soft tissue reaction of common gingival displacement methods is limited. PURPOSE: The purpose of this clinical randomized controlled trial (RCT) was to evaluate changes in the marginal soft tissue height with 3 different gingival tissue displacement techniques for definitive impression making of natural teeth. ...However, a minor gingival recession of 0.049 mm (±0.13 SD) was reported for group C. The results for all groups showed that 21% of abutment teeth gained >0.1 mm in gingival height, 58% had stable gingival height (0 ±0.10 mm), 21% showed minor gingival recession (0.1 to 0.5 mm), and no abutment teeth showed moderate or severe gingival recession (>0.5 mm). ...
Knowledge about the soft tissue reaction of common gingival displacement methods is limited. PURPOSE: The purpose of this clin …
Prevention of gingival recession following flap debridement surgery by subepithelial connective tissue graft: consecutive case series.
Hirsch A, et al. J Periodontol 2004. PMID 15212359
BACKGROUND: Surgical debridement with flap repositioning may result in significant gingival recession. This manuscript reports on a series of cases that were treated for deep periodontal pockets by flap debridement surgery combined with subepitheial connective tissue graft for the prevention of postoperative recession. ...CONCLUSION: Within the limitations of a single group study, the results suggest that flap debridement combined with subepithelial connective tissue graft, followed by maintenance therapy, is an effective procedure for maintaining long-term periodontal health and for prevention of postoperative gingival recession in the mandibular anterior dentition....
BACKGROUND: Surgical debridement with flap repositioning may result in significant gingival recession. This manu …
Risk Indicators and Prevention of Implant Soft-Tissue Complications: Interproximal Papillae Loss and Midfacial Implant Mucosal Recessions.
Mailoa J, et al. Compend Contin Educ Dent 2017. PMID 28727461
Achieving a long-term esthetic implant restoration in the maxillary anterior area is sometimes unpredictable. This article reviews several risk indicators of implant mucosal recession and loss of interproximal papillae, and how to prevent these risks. Results obtained from the literature suggest that the following factors are strongly related to implant soft-tissue complications: buccally positioned implant placement, a thin gingival biotype, lack of an adequate amount of keratinized mucosa, implant placement after ridge augmentation procedures, an increased distance of tooth bone peak to the contact point, and an inadequate horizontal implant-tooth distance. ...
Achieving a long-term esthetic implant restoration in the maxillary anterior area is sometimes unpredictable. This article reviews
Is there a need for keratinized mucosa around implants to maintain health and tissue stability?
Wennström JL and Derks J. Clin Oral Implants Res 2012 - Review. PMID 23062138
For remaining parameters, cross-sectional studies were also considered. RESULTS: Nineteen relevant publications were identified (17 human and 2 animal studies). ...Two of three longitudinal studies reporting on recessions described no long-term differences with regard to the amount of keratinized mucosa. ...
For remaining parameters, cross-sectional studies were also considered. RESULTS: Nineteen relevant publications were id …
Open flap debridement in combination with acellular dermal matrix allograft for the prevention of postsurgical gingival recession: a case series.
Chavan RS, et al. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2013. PMID 23484177
Open flap debridement with flap repositioning may result in significant gingival recession. Patients with chronic periodontitis were treated with open flap debridement followed by placement of an acellular dermal matrix allograft (ADMA) underneath the flap to minimize the occurrence of postsurgical gingival recession. ...Probing pocket depth, relative attachment level, and relative gingival margin level were recorded at baseline and 6 months postsurgery. ...
Open flap debridement with flap repositioning may result in significant gingival recession. Patients with chroni …
The effect of an anticalculus dentifrice on calculus formation and gingival recession in Thai children and teenagers: one-year study. Study #1. An anticalculus dentifrice containing 3.3% soluble pyrophosphate and 1.0% of a copolymer.
Triratana T, et al. J Clin Dent 1991 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Rustogi KN. PMID 1667473
The subjects were initially evaluated for calculus using the Volpe-Manhold procedure and for gingival recession using the GRT procedure of Volpe, Triratana, and Rustogi. ...After one year, the subjects using the anticalculus dentifrice had 37.01% less supragingival calculus and 25.09% less gingival recession than the subjects using the placebo dentifrice. ...
The subjects were initially evaluated for calculus using the Volpe-Manhold procedure and for gingival recession using the GRT …
The effect of an anticalculus dentifrice on calculus formation and gingival recession in Thai children and teenagers: one-year study. Study #2. An anticalculus dentifrice containing 1.3% soluble pyrophosphate and 1.5% of a copolymer.
Rustogi KN, et al. J Clin Dent 1991 - Clinical Trial. PMID 1667474
The subjects were initially evaluated for calculus using the Volpe-Manhold procedure and for gingival recession using the GRT procedure of Volpe, Triratana, and Rustogi. ...After one year, the subjects using the anticalculus dentifrice had 39.76% less supragingival calculus and 18.33% less gingival recession than the subjects using the placebo dentifrice. ...
The subjects were initially evaluated for calculus using the Volpe-Manhold procedure and for gingival recession using the GRT …
Management of the facial gingival margin.
Block MS. Oral Maxillofac Surg Clin North Am 2011 - Review. PMID 21492796
This article discusses the management of the facial gingival margin before and after tooth removal. Important factors including diagnostic assessment, wound healing, bone resorption and remodeling, gingival thickness, and gingival margin are reviewed, and key procedures suggested. Gingival thickness can have a major influence on the maintenance of the facial gingival margin over the longer term....
This article discusses the management of the facial gingival margin before and after tooth removal. Important factors includin …
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