subgingival

sub·gin·gi·val

(sŭb-jin'ji-văl),
Below the gingival margin.

subgingival

/sub·gin·gi·val/ (sub-jin´jĭ-v'l) beneath the gingiva.

sub·gin·gi·val

(sŭb-jin'ji-văl)
Below the gingival margin.

subgingival

beneath the free margin of gingival tissue.

subgingival resorptive lesion
commonly occur in cats, these may involve the pulp cavity. Affected teeth may become weak and fracture.
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Extensive Range of Applications from Supragingival to Subgingival Use Perio-Mate removes plaque biofilm and moderate stains around the supragingival, gingival margin and in the pocket up to approximately 3mm, without use of the nozzle tip.
For example, when Porphyromonas gingivalis and Tannerella forsythia are present in the subgingival plaque, a patient is more likely to develop chronic periodontitis, more likely to progress to advanced periodontal disease, and less likely to experience a successful treatment outcome.
The clinical steps that they perceived as being difficult were fluid control (74%), positional variations of teeth (46%), subgingival cervical finish line preparation (46%), and gingival retraction procedure (46%) and shade selection procedure (29%).
Estetik, fonksiyonel ve hijyenik bir protetik restorasyon amaclanarak, ust dislere gingivektomi ve gingivoplasti islemleri ile subgingival defetler agiz ortamina acildi, ayni zamanda estetik diseti seviyelemesi yapildi (Resim 2).
Supragingival and subgingival scaling and root planing were performed using the hand and ultrasonic instrumentation.
The ImplantPro Titanium 204S Scaler features thinner, shorter blades with less curvature than a traditional 204S, while the four ImplantPro Titanium Curettes feature elongated terminal shanks and thin, short blades to reduce tissue distension and ease subgingival insertion.
It discusses whether root canal-treated teeth are more fragile than vital teeth, including the causes of root canal-treated tooth loss, mechanical resistance of endodontically treated teeth, and tooth cracks and longitudinal fractures; when to decide on endodontic re-treatment and how to execute it; when to use fiber posts to restore root canal-treated teeth; how to prepare root canal-treated teeth for indirect restorations; how to bleach discolored teeth; how to obtain esthetic direct restoration in root canal-treated anterior teeth; whether porcelain veneers can be placed on root canal-treated teeth; how to work with cases with subgingival defects; how to restore discolored anterior teeth resistant to bleaching; and the criteria for decision making in compromised cases.
Disruption and removal of subgingival biofilm, conservation of tooth structure, removal of calculus, resolution of inflammation, time efficiency, and reduced operator fatigue are all objectives of modern periodontal debridement.
This portable unit gives clinicians the best of both worlds by providing an effective method for both supra and subgingival biofilm and stain removal, and is simply connected to the dental unit.
Gingivitis is a highly prevalent periodontal disease, characterised by bleeding, plaque formation and gum inflammation, and occurs when subgingival bacteria impair the barrier function of the sulcular epithelium, causing subsequent inflammation.
Periodontitis is a chronic inflammatory response to the subgingival bacteria, producing irreversible periodontal tissue destruction (1,2).
Ultrasonic inserts were redesigned with smaller tip diameters and longer shanks to access deep subgingival pockets for disruption of the biofilm, which is necessary for control of periodontal disease.