Diseases Of The Gums


What services does the parodentologist provide and what does he treat?

What services does the parodentologist provide and what does he treat?

Currently, dentistry is divided into several highly specialized areas, one of which is periodontics, whose goal is to identify and treat diseases of the gums and mouth. This is an extremely important part of dentistry. The term "periodontal" means the following elements: the gum, bone tissu...

About epulis seriously - what is "offended" gum?

About epulis seriously - what is "offended" gum?

For the emergence of such a growth on the gums as epulis, serious causes are needed. And in the body they appear in various life situations, giving rise to a tumor structure with rapidly-irresistible and malignant growth, then with a slowly forming body with benign tissue. For epulis, also ...

Periodontal abscess - what if the pus comes from the pus and blood?

Periodontal abscess - what if the pus comes from the pus and blood?

Periodontal abscess is an inflammatory gum disease of the purulent nature, which is locally limited. This cavity with purulent contents, located in the tissues of the periodontal, looks like a round seal when viewed from the outside. By the size of the seal can be with a pea, or with a w...

Causes, symptoms and treatment of gingival necrosis and hard tooth tissue

Causes, symptoms and treatment of gingival necrosis and hard tooth tissue

Necrosis is a pathology of tissues of a living organism, manifested in the death of cells without subsequent regeneration and with the complete cessation of their functioning. This deviation develops under the influence of strong stimuli and can be accompanied by swelling or, conversely, de...

Desmodontosis - a rare and dangerous disease of periodontal tissues

Desmodontosis - a rare and dangerous disease of periodontal tissues

Desmodontosis( periodontitis, juvenile periodontitis) is a serious and very rare disease in which a patient lyses periodontal tissue. It is characterized by a chronic course, lasting for many years and occasionally exacerbated. The first exacerbation of the disease usually occurs at the age...

Four degrees of tooth mobility by Entin: classification and treatment

Four degrees of tooth mobility by Entin: classification and treatment

One of the main symptoms of periodontitis is excessive mobility of teeth. This symptom is manifested in the second and third stages of the disease. In this case, there is not a physiological mobility inherent in any normal dentition, but a pathological one. It is accompanied by inflammation...

Diagnosis of periodontitis - from the collection of anamnesis to taking special samples

Diagnosis of periodontitis - from the collection of anamnesis to taking special samples

Periodontitis refers to inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity at which changes occur in the condition of periodontal tissues. The disease can bring a lot of discomfort to the patient, especially in severe stages, when only maintenance treatment is possible. Therefore, timely diagnostics ...

Diagnosis of periodontal disease: a modern approach and methods

Diagnosis of periodontal disease: a modern approach and methods

Periodontal disease refers to the systemic lesions of the periodontal( periodontal tissue).The disease is quite rare, has a destructive character, can occur in various forms. As a result of the progression of the disease, atrophy of the gums and the alveolar jaw branch develop. Diagnosis...

Symptoms, treatment and consequences of generalized periodontitis

Symptoms, treatment and consequences of generalized periodontitis

Generalized periodontitis is an inflammatory periodontal disease caused by the multiplication of bacteria. The disease proceeds with the formation of the gingival pockets. It is considered one of the most difficult dental diseases. Chronic generalized periodontitis can cause stroke, heart at...

Prevention of periodontal disease - what can be done at home and in the clinical setting?

Prevention of periodontal disease - what can be done at home and in the clinical setting?

Periodontal disease does not belong to inflammatory diseases, however, without proper monitoring and treatment, it is capable of causing quite serious damage to the periodontium and the entire body as a whole. Pathological processes occurring in the affected tissues, gradually change the gi...