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Orthodontic treatment in patients with aggressive periodontitis
Carvalho CV, et al. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2018. PMID 29602347
In severe cases, pathologic migration of teeth and tooth loss can occur, producing esthetic and functional problems for the patient. ...They were compared with 10 periodontally healthy subjects (ages 22.9 ± 5.23 years) who received orthodontic treatment. Probing pocket depth, clinical attachment level, bleeding on probing, and dental plaque index were measured at baseline, after orthodontic treatment, and after 4 months. ...
In severe cases, pathologic migration of teeth and tooth loss can occur, producing esthetic and functional problems for the patient. …
Response of pulp sensibility test is strongly influenced by periodontal attachment loss and gingival recession.
Rutsatz C, et al. J Endod 2012 - Clinical Trial. PMID 22515882
CONCLUSIONS: Periodontal attachment loss and gingival recession strongly influenced reported pain in response to PST with cold stimuli. The effect of both variables was constant (ie, responses to PST decreased gradually with increases in periodontal attachment loss and gingival recession)....
CONCLUSIONS: Periodontal attachment loss and gingival recession strongly influenced reported pain in response to PST wi …
Case definitions for use in population-based surveillance of periodontitis
Page RC and Eke PI. J Periodontol 2007 - Review. PMID 17608611
Generally, the clinical diagnosis of periodontitis is based on measures of probing depth (PD), clinical attachment level (CAL), the radiographic pattern and extent of alveolar bone loss, gingival inflammation measured as bleeding on probing, or a combination of these measures. ...The classification currently accepted by the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) was devised by the 1999 International Workshop for a Classification of Periodontal Diseases and Conditions. ...
Generally, the clinical diagnosis of periodontitis is based on measures of probing depth (PD), clinical attachment level (CAL), the r …
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
Predictive power of the severity measure of attachment loss for periodontal care need.
Liu H, et al. J Periodontol 2013. PMID 23173829
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of periodontal diseases is high, and >15% of adults have severe gum disease. Clinical attachment loss (AL) is one of the most important measures for periodontal disease severity. ...CONCLUSIONS: Cumulative periodontal morbidity, particularly the worst case of B and MB measures, has the strongest impact on the need for periodontal care. ...
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of periodontal diseases is high, and >15% of adults have severe gum disease. Clinical attachment
Meta-analysis of the effect of scaling and root planing, surgical treatment and antibiotic therapies on periodontal probing depth and attachment loss.
Hung HC and Douglass CW. J Clin Periodontol 2002. PMID 12472990
OBJECTIVE: This paper reports a meta-analysis of studies that have investigated the effect of scaling and root planing on periodontal probing depth and attachment loss. ...Similarly, there was about a 0.50-mm gain in attachment for medium initial periodontal probing depth measurements and slightly more than a l-mm gain in attachment for deep initial periodontal probing depth measurements. ...
OBJECTIVE: This paper reports a meta-analysis of studies that have investigated the effect of scaling and root planing on periodontal
The natural history of periodontal attachment loss during the third and fourth decades of life.
Thomson WM, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2013. PMID 23656174 Free PMC article.
AIM: To describe changes in the occurrence of periodontal attachment loss (AL) through ages 26, 32 and 38 in a complete birth cohort. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Systematic periodontal examinations conducted at ages 26, 32 and 38 in a longstanding New Zealand cohort study (N = 1037). ...
AIM: To describe changes in the occurrence of periodontal attachment loss (AL) through ages 26, 32 and 38 in a complete …
Contextual effects in the occurrence of periodontal attachment loss and necrotizing gingival lesions among adolescents.
Lopez R, et al. Eur J Oral Sci 2009. PMID 19758251
The aim of this study was to assess and quantify the random effects resulting from clustering in the following individual-level periodontal outcomes: presence of clinical attachment loss of > or = 1 mm (CAL1), presence of clinical attachment loss of > or = 3 mm (CAL3), and presence of necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (NUG); or in the following class-level periodontal outcomes: number of students with CAL1, number of students with CAL3, and number of students with NUG. ...The results of the study demonstrate the potential of the application of multilevel modeling to periodontal epidemiologic data, over and beyond the conventional use of the technique to account for the intrinsic sites-teeth-subject hierarchy in periodontal data....
The aim of this study was to assess and quantify the random effects resulting from clustering in the following individual-level periodont
A controlled study of relative periodontal attachment loss in people with HIV infection.
Robinson PG, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2000. PMID 10783842
OBJECTIVE: To compare the progression of periodontal destruction in people with and without HIV. METHOD: Relative attachment loss on 6 index teeth was compared between 19 people with HIV and 17 people without HIV infection over 12 and 18 month follow ups. RESULTS: The proportions of sites with 1, 2 or 3 mm of relative attachment loss were similar in the study and control groups. ...
OBJECTIVE: To compare the progression of periodontal destruction in people with and without HIV. METHOD: Relative attachment
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