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Background: In daily dental practice plaque-induced gingivitis is one of the most common periodontal diseases that is frequently encountered. Accumulation of microbial biofilms on surfaces of teeth and poor or inadequate oral hygiene is the chief predisposing factor for this condition. In such a state antimicrobial mouth wash as an adjunct to mech...
Introduction: Teeth with furcation involvement can be maintained in a state of function for a longer period of time if appropriately treated and if the patient is motivated adequately. This report highlights the effect of regenerative and resective therapy in the management of grade III furcation involvement. Observation: A 48 years old male patien...
Introduction: PRF [Plasma-rich fibrin] consists of numerous growth factors and platelet cytokines that promote faster wound healing. The use of PRF bandage on donor site in FGGs [free gingival graft procedures] can significantly reduce morbidity and accelerate healing. The aim of the presented case report is to document the contribution of PRF in t...
Despite the worldwide recognition of the dangers of diabetes mellitus (DM), diabetes patients’ awareness and attitude towards their heightened risks for oral disease has not been fully addressed. The study was conducted to explore the knowledge and awareness of oral health among diabetic patients. A total of 150 known diabetics were asked to fill t...
Science is providing us the tools to diagnose and treat the infection before it causes damage. For some decades now, bacteria known as probiotics have been added to various foods because of their beneficial effects for human health. It comprises knowledge of the relationship between diet and health and the effects of food ingredients on physiologic...
Dental plaque is considered to be a major etiological factor in the development of periodontal disease. Accordingly, the elimination of supra- and sub-gingival plaque and calculus is the cornerstone of periodontal therapy. Dental calculus is mineralized plaque; because it is porous, it can absorb various toxic products that can damage the periodont...