paradental


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paradental

 [par″ah-den´tal]
1. having some association with dentistry.

per·i·o·don·tal

(per'ē-ō-don'tăl),
Around a tooth.
[peri- + G. odous, tooth]

paradental

adjective
(1) Periodontal. 
(2) Related to dentistry.

per·i·o·don·tal

(perē-ō-dontăl )
Around a tooth.
Synonym(s): paradental, pericemental, peridental.
[peri- + G. odous, tooth]

paradental

1. having some association with dentistry.
2. periodontal.
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The dentist or paradental staff should use a barrier device such as a pocket mask or the mask from a big valve mask device depending on the availability.
If no pulse is palpable after 10 seconds the dentist or paradental staff has to assume that the patients has experienced cardiac arrest, CPR needs to be initiated.
House officers, dental students and paradental staff are at an increased risk for needle stick injuries and its consequences because of their relative inexpe- rience and lack of knowledge regarding instruments and sharpes handling and their disposal.
Tooth movement induced by orthodontic force is characterized by changes in dental and paradental tissue remodeling,, including pulp, periodontal ligament, alveolar bone, and gingiva.
Certain eicosanoids (PGs and leucotrienes) released from paradental cells in sites of compression and tension have significant stimulatory effects on bone remodeling.
Certain eiconsanoids (PGs and leucotrienes) released from paradental cells in sites of compression and tension have significant stimulatory effects on bone remodeling.