interdental space

interdental space

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Gingival Description: Papillary gingiva: generalized pale pink, pointed and fills interdental space (Figure 2); localized flattened and blunted interdental papillae on facials and linguals of #3, 4, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 31 (Figures 3 and 4).
1) The relation of MF with the lower teeth (the position of the MF was recorded as lying in line with the long axis of a tooth or interdental space in one of the six relations [5] (Figure 1): Anterior to the first premolar--Type 1; below the first premolar--Type 2; between the premolars--Type 3; below the second premolar--Type 4; posterior to the second premolar--Type 5; and below the first molar Type 6
The osteoclastic resorption of alveolar bone may result in deep, narrow lesions extending vertically around a single root leaving the interdental space.
Widening of the interdental spaces, and an expanded, heterogeneous appearing diploic space was also identified (Figure 1).
Open interdental spaces and elongated clinical crowns due to increased bone loss in alveolar crest may result from periodontal diseases, ridge resorption, surgeries, trauma, and traumatic tooth extraction.
Figure 6b: Preliminary phase of treatment showing orthodontic repositioning being carried out to close interdental spaces and provide favourable force distribution.
That will serve two purposes; to prevent locking of the acrylic material in the interdental spaces and to allow the gingival margins of teeth to act as reference point on which we need to stop at when placing the acrylic-loaded splint.
Sakai, "A study on interdental spaces of the deciduous dental arch in Indian sample," Aichi Gakuin Daigaku Shigakkai shi, vol.
The brush head bends 90 degrees to fit more easily into hard-to-reach interdental spaces and is available in cylindrical and tapered shapes.
Interdental spaces are areas where bacteria can accumulate, multiply and remain undisturbed.
And the company's SilkFlosser features an ultraslick floss for easy penetration of interdental spaces.
Type D: Permanent occlusal openings to interdental spaces.