Periodontal implications of cervical filling materials by Robert Goold Walthers

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INTRODUCTION: Repair materials for extensive cervical root defects may come in direct contact with periodontal tissues. This in vitro study compared the effects of four calcium silicate cements (CSC), one resin-modified glass ionomer cement, and one glass carbomer cement on primary human gingival fibroblasts (HGF), alveolar osteoblasts (HAO), and a human Cited by: 6.

Repair materials for extensive cervical root defects may come in direct contact with periodontal tissues. This in vitro study compared the effects of four calcium silicate cements (CSC), one resin-modified glass ionomer cement, and one glass carbomer cement on primary human gingival fibroblasts (HGF), alveolar osteoblasts (HAO), and a human osteoblast cell Cited by: 6.

More recently, immortalized dental follicle cells were shown to be able to generate periodontal ligament-like tissue after implantation. 41 It remains to be determined what is the best stem cell source for regeneration of the periodontal ligament, but represents a great step forward in a more predictable biologically-based therapy.

involvement. Here is a article which is a review of cervical enamel projections and its management. Key words: Cervical-enamel projection,dental plaque, furcation, anatomic factors, periodontal pocket,tooth abnormalities Department of Periodontics Panineeya institute of dental sciences and research centre, Road No.5, Kamala Nagar, Dilsukhnagar File Size: 57KB.

lives of our patients. In the development of this book, its editor, Tony Sculean, along with an outstanding gathe-ring of authors, has produced an important text in pe-riodontal regenerative therapy.

This book presents the current best approaches in the treatment of periodontal osseous and soft tissue defects.

Certainly, the field ofFile Size: 2MB. However, the last 30 years have seen the development of materials used in regeneration of the periodontal tissues following periodontal disease, guided tissue regeneration, and the use of these materials in bone regeneration more recently, guided bone regeneration.

The materials used include bone grafts and membranes. Look for materials that not only help control bleeding, but that also promote healing. Periodontal pocket therapies might work best for less severe cases of periodontal disease, and could help prevent more serious problems down the road.

Anesthetic may be needed for scaling and root planing procedures. #3 Temporary filling kits. If you aren’t able to see a dentist anytime soon, get yourself a temporary filling kit from a nearby drugstore.

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- Materials, such as corrosion of metal - Teeth, such as dental caries C. Temperature changes that cause restorations to contract and expand differently than teeth, causing leakage around the restoration as well as tooth sensitivity.

Bio compatibility (the lack of harmful effects to the patient) E. Esthetic demands of the patient. No pulpal or periodontal tissue changes were observed in the latter three groups of teeth. Electrosurgery involving cervical restorations consistently resulted in coagulation necrosis of the pulp and extensive rorption of cementum, dentin, and interradicular bone in the furcation area of multirooted by: The major cause for periodontal disease as a sequel of restorations is interproximal restorations.

The. next cause is fixed prosthesis, then artificial crowns and the least possible cause being removable prosthesis4. A material which gives a bacteria-tight seal is then carefully packed into the perforation cavity. If the opening to the periodontal ligament is wide, it is advantageous to pack calcium hydroxide against the periodontal tissues as a matrix against which the material.

At this time, restoration of noncarious cervical lesions (NCCLs) is a common occurrence in clinics nowadays. Some reasons for this are the growth of the elderly population, a smaller rate of tooth loss, and possibly the increase of some etiologic by: Oral complications are common in cancer patients, especially those with head and neck cancer.

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[ 4] Fattore et al. said one of the earliest problems after RT is the development of abnormal caries. [ 5] Irradiated patients are at increased risk for the development of a rapid. Plaque on the tooth surface below the gingival margin (subgingival plaque) consists of proteolytic and histotoxic bacteria, which cause periodontal infection (gingivitis, periodontitis, or periodontal abscess); such infections may eventually penetrate into the deeper fascial spaces of the face and mouth.

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“Bioactive materials help clinicians transition from a repair model to a prevention model,” says Fred Berk, president of Pulpdent. “Composite restorations fail due to microleakage and the degradation of the adhesive layer.

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Invasive cervical resorption is a clinical term used to describe a relatively uncommon, insidious, and often aggressive form of external root resorption. 1 In general, the history is obscure. 2 It is seen in most cases as a late complication of traumatic injuries of the teeth, but it may also occur after orthodontic tooth movement, orthognatic and other dentoalveolar surgery, periodontal Cited by:   Generally, the cervical vertebrae are approached from the anterior surface, and after discectomy an anterior fusion is performed.

The surgery usually requires grafting bone material into the disk space and then using metallic hardware to stabilize the bones and encourage fusion. This is a delicate surgery and not without potential problems. Filling Tray instruments As well as the instruments listed above, you will find some additional instruments on a filling treatment tray.

Flat plastic Wards Carver Double ended with flat, blunt blades. A flat plastic is used to shape and removed excess filling material from a tooth.

A flat plastic instrument can sometimes be confused for aFile Size: KB. Figure Stress patterns around the roots changed by shifting the direction of occlusal forces (experimental model using photoelastic analysis).

A, Buccal view of an ivorine molar subjected to an axial force. The shaded fringes indicate that the internal stresses are at the root apices. B, Buccal view of an ivorine molar subjected to a mesial tilting force.

Periodontitis, or gum disease, is a common infection that damages the soft tissue and bone supporting the tooth. Without treatment, the alveolar bone around the teeth is slowly and progressively lost.

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To be of the greatest value, the nurse requires a full working knowledge of restorative techniques, the instruments and materials used, and skill in anticipating the requirements of these for each procedure.

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Abrasion is the non-carious, mechanical wears of tooth from interaction with objects other than tooth-tooth contact. It most commonly affects the premolars and canines, usually along the cervical margins. Based on clinical surveys, studies have shown that abrasion is the commonest but not the sole aetiological factor for development of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCL) Specialty: Dentistry.

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Receding gums becomes a health concern when the roots of the teeth become exposed, leaving the teeth at risk of decay, infection, and loss. If people start treatment at an early stage, they can Author: Markus Macgill.

black and hispanic males in U.S. have poorer periodontal health and greater incidence of periodontal disease than white males. grater incidence of perio in individuals with lover levels of education and income *age- severity of periodontal disease increases with age *access to dental care-barriers can include transportation and finances.

The current ADA and FDA position is that amalgam is a safe restorative material, and any dentist who recommends removing amalgams due to health concerns from mercury vapor is deemed unethical and could have their license taken away.

Silver fillings have been used for years; today, around 47% of all dentists still place amalgam fillings. faces. Excess material was suctioned off the preparation area, and the bonding agent was cured with an LED cur-ing light (VALO, Ultradent) for 10 seconds.

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