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Clinical and microbiological aspects of the periodontal and periimplant sulcus

Peter Apse

Clinical and microbiological aspects of the periodontal and periimplant sulcus

a cross-sectional study

by Peter Apse

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Published by s.n.] in [Toronto .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry, 1987.

Statementby Peter Apse.
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Open LibraryOL18072504M

Peri-implant health. Peri-implant health is characterized by absence of erythema, bleeding on probing, swelling and suppuration. For day to day clinical practice and teaching situations, the world workshop proposed the following characteristics features of peri-implant hea Absence of clinical . Despite many discoveries over the past 20 years regarding the etio-pathogenesis of periodontal and peri-implant diseases, as well as significant advances in our understanding of microbial biofilms, the incidence of these pathologies still continues to rise. This review presents a general overview of the main protagonists and phenomena involved in oral health and disease.

The gingival sulcus is an area of potential space between a tooth and the surrounding gingival tissue and is lined by sulcular depth of the sulcus (Latin for groove) is bounded by two entities: apically by the gingival fibers of the connective tissue attachment and coronally by the free gingival margin.A healthy sulcular depth is three millimeters or less, which is readily self.   M.R. Milward and e • Purpose and problems of periodontal disease classification Ubele van der velden • 2 WORLDWORKSHOP Periodontal manifestations of systemic diseases and developmental and acquired conditions: Consensus report of workgroup 3 of the WorldWorkshop on the Classification of Periodontal and Peri‐Implant.

Types of periodontal disease. The main types of periodontal disease which are believed to have a microbial aetiology are shown in Table However, as detailed knowledge about the aetiology of some of these conditions, e.g. chronic periodontitis, becomes available, it is likely that periodontal infections with apparently the same clinical signs and symptoms will turn out to be due to a. The first was proposed by Froum and Rosen in [].This classification for peri-implantitis is based on the severity of the disease. A combination of bleeding on probing and/or suppuration, probing depth, and extent of radiographic bone loss around the dental implant is used to classify the severity of peri-implantitis into early, moderate, and advanced categories (Table , Figs. , and ).


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Clinical and microbiological aspects of the periodontal and periimplant sulcus by Peter Apse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Late implant failure is the result of the inability to maintain osseointegration, whose most important cause is peri-implantitis. The aim of this study was to analyze the clinical, microbiological, and immunological aspects in the peri-implant sulcus fluid (PISF) of patients with Cited by: The aim of this study was to analyze t he clinical, microbiological, and immunological aspects in the peri-implant sulcus fluid (PISF) of patients with heal thy dental implants and patients with peri-implantitis.

Methods: PISF samples were obtained from 24 peri-implantitis sit es and 54 healthy peri-implant sites in this prospectiveCited by: Peri-implant disease is defined as an inflammatory process on the soft tissues around implants.

1 Dental implants do not have a periodontal ligament 2 and the connective tissue around dental implants is differently arranged when compared with natural teeth.

3 Despite these differences, similar characteristics between periodontal and peri-implant diseases exist. 4 Thus, clinical indices used to. Clinical, Histological, and Microbiological Findings in Peri-Implant Disease: A Pilot Study Article (PDF Available) in Implant dentistry 18(4) September with Reads.

The second aim of the present study is to test if bacterial frequency is comparative between equivalent periodontal and peri-implant clinical statuses, i.e. healthy peri-implant vs. healthy periodontal sites, mucositis vs. gingivitis and, peri-implantitis vs. periodontitis.

Materials and methodsCited by: The clinical indices and detected pathogens correlated with a developed histological index (HI). RESULTS: There was no statistically significant relationship between the clinical indices (GI, Sulcus Bleeding Index, and GI modified by Mombelli) and the HI, except for the mPI on the central area of lingual aspects (r =P = ).

The soft tissues adjacent to osseointegrated dental implants (OII) were investigated using clinical, biochemical and microbiological methods.

Tooth and implant crevices were compared in 15 partially edentulous patients, examining 28 peri‐implant and 19 periodontal sites, and in 6 edentulous patients, examining 13 implant sites.

Due to the world-wide increase in treatments involving implant placement, the incidence of peri-implant disease is increasing. Late implant failure is the result of the inability to maintain osseointegration, whose most important cause is peri-implantitis.

The aim of this study was to analyze the clinical, microbiological, and immunological aspects in the peri-implant sulcus fluid (PISF) of. The purpose of this study was to investigate the clinical, microbiological and radiological effects of peri-implantitis therapy by local delivery of tetracycline.

Periodontal probing is one of the basic diagnostic tools used to measure clinical attachment level (CAL), pocket depth, and width of the attached gingiva. 38 The probing depth is the distance between the gingival margin and the depth of the probe tip penetration into the pocket.

39 Increased probing depth and loss of clinical attachment are. The diagnostic criteria for peri-implant diseases are mainly clinical and radiographic. 6 Peri-implant mucositis is characterized by inflamed or erythematous mucosa and bleeding during the examination.

Peri-implantitis is further characterized by the formation of a peri-implant pocket greater than 4 mm, bleeding or suppuration on probing, and.

Javier Ata-Ali, Antonio Juan Flichy-Fernández, Teresa Alegre-Domingo, Fadi Ata-Ali, Jose Palacio, Miguel Peñarrocha-Diago, Clinical, microbiological, and immunological aspects of healthy versus peri-implantitis tissue in full arch reconstruction patients: a prospective cross-sectional study, BMC Oral Health, /s, 15, 1.

Background: Tobacco smoking has been identified as one major risk factor for destructive periodontal disease. Scaling and root planing have been shown to be less effective in smokers with periodontitis. The aim of the present study was to compare the subgingival microbial flora of treated and untreated smokers and non‐smokers.

Inactive human cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide is present in neutrophils, and proteinase 3 activates this peptide by producing active LL peptide. LL acts as a defensive peptide in the oral tissues. In the present study, the aim was to evaluate LL and proteinase 3 levels in peri-implant sulcus fluid (PISF) in implants with and without peri-implantitis.

Evidence-Based Periodontal and Peri-Implant Plastic Surgery: A Clinical Roadmap from Function to Aesthetics Leandro Chambrone (eds.) This atlas, featuring numerous superb illustrations and vivid photographs, aims to create a bridge between research and practice in the field of periodontal plastic surgery and cosmetic dentistry with a view to.

People. Georgios A. Kotsakis, DDS, MS Dr. Kotsakis’ research interests lie in epidemiologic aspects of periodontal and peri-implant diseases with a special focus on the development of brief, but valid, clinically-based and patient-oriented oral-health outcome measures to facilitate the integration of oral diseases’ assessment in large-scale health studies.

Now in its sixth edition, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry is the must-have resource for practitioners specialising in periodontal care and implant chapters have been extensively revised with 40% of the content new to this edition. Maintaining the widely praised two-volume format introduced in the previous edition, the editorial team has once again brought together.

The research on the microbiology of periodontal health and diseases has been the focus of intense investigation for several decades. Microbial biofilm in the gingival sulcus around teeth is the most important cause of periodontal diseases.

It is a structured community of bacterial cells enclosed in a self-produced polymeric matrix 1. In the diseased group, medial ± predominant bands per lane were found in the peri-implant sulcus, ± in the gingival sulcus of neighboring teeth and ± in the gingival sulcus of teeth with the greatest probing depth.

None of these differences were statistically significant. A Clinical Roadmap from Function to Aesthetics Editor: Leandro Chambrone.

Description: This atlas, featuring numerous superb illustrations and vivid photographs, aims to create a bridge between research and practice in the field of periodontal plastic surgery and cosmetic dentistry with a view to enabling optimal decision making in daily practice.

Implant therapy is an effective and effective treatment option for removing missing teeth in total or partial edentulous patients. In many studies, there is a high success rate of % to % in the long-term outcomes of 10 years of implant treatment in the general population.

Biological processes leading to implant failure can be slow and gradual.Now in its sixth edition, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry is the must-have resource for practitioners specialising in periodontal care and implant dentistry.

The chapters have been extensively revised with 40% of the content new to this edition. Maintaining the widely praised two-volume format introduced in the previous edition, the editorial team has once again brought together.The control implants were treated with closed surface scaling only and the test implants received additionally PDT, using light with a wavelength of nm and intensity of mw/cm2 for seconds after application of photosensitizer in peri-implant sulcus.

Clinical parameters were evaluated before and and 3 months after treatment.