gingival abrasion


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gin·gi·val a·bra·sion

a lesion of the gingiva resulting from mechanical removal of a portion of the surface epithelium.

gin·gi·val ab·ra·sion

(jinji-văl ă-brāzhŭn)
Lesion of gingiva resulting from mechanical removal of a portion of the surface epithelium.
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Comparison of the clinical effects and gingival abrasion aspects of manual and electric toothbrushes.
High and low brushing force in relation to efficacy and gingival abrasion. J Clinical Periodontol 2004; 31(8) : 620-4.
Gingival Abrasion and Recession in Manual and Power Brush Users