pocket depth

pock·et depth

(pokĕt depth)
Measurement in millimeters of the depth from the gingival margin to the epithelial attachment in unhealthy gingival tissue; usually consists of depths greater than 3 mm. pocket
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Figure 2 shows a fragment of the feed and hopper zone plasticizing unit equipped with two insert types: an insert with no feed pocket and an insert with the highest feed pocket depth.
According to the makers, used subgingivally, Now the AIR-FLOW devices and powders can reduce periodontal pocket depth, remove biofilm and help prevent peri-implant diseases.
8 5 PI = plaque index, GI = gingival index, BOP = bleeding on probing, MPD = mean pocket depth, MP=maximum pocket detected Table 2.
A girls' stick has a significantly shallower pocket depth, but with hard work and repetition, Eipp has developed into something of a magician with it.
com) is indicated as an adjunct to scaling and root planing procedures for reduction of pocket depth in patients with adult periodontitis.
I do recommend you check out the pocket depth on your trousers if that is the way you intend to carry this nifty little blaster with a slightly longer barrel.
Further, the periodontal condition of the remaining teeth has improved, with declines in gum recession, pocket depth and attachment loss in all demographic groups of seniors.
After observing that pockets with Np=1 provides the best lubrication performance, the effect of pocket depth on friction was examined.
Male participants aged 49 through 59 were examined on three indicators of periodontal disease: periodontal pocket depth (PD), clinical attachment loss (CAL) of gum tissue, and bleeding on probing (BOP) of the gum tissue.
Data concerning the periodontal status of the mothers, such as probing pocket depth (PD) and clinical attachment loss (CAL) were measured using periodontal probe (HuFriedy, Chicago, IL, USA).
We've also enhanced the pocket depth in all the programs so it's almost 17 inches now," McGran said.
Also, the reduction in bleeding on probing, pocket depth, attachment loss, plaque index and gingival index were statistically significant in the treatment group.