which pocket is formed by gingival enlargement WITHOUT apical migration of the JE. tooth wall is enamel and all gingival pockets are SUPRABONY?
a periodontal pocket is formed as a result of disease or degeneration that causes the je to migrate ________ along the _______. the tooth wall is ________ or partly _______/______. perio pockets may be ______ or _______.
what is narrow and follows the contour of the tooth or calc if present?
debris collection are all what?
pocket developmental factors
pocket development includes surface changes as a result of _____ exchange with oral fluids and exposure to ______ ______.
pocket development includes physical _______ and chemical changes after _______.
pocket development includes irritants and destructive agents from _______. the PDL becomes ______ and the ____ migrates apically. cementum becomes _______ to open pocket.
t/f calculus causes periodontal disease!
FALSE!!!!! plaque and biofilm do!
t/f a visible furcation = advanced perio
FALSE! not necessarly
what is the first thing to do when determining classification of perio diseaes?
look at bone level on x-rays
how many classes of furcations are there?
what is the early beginning involvement class of furcations?
when the probe can enter the furcation area, it is a class ___ furcation
when the anatomy of the roots on either side of the tooth can be felt by moving the probe side to side, this is class ___ furcation
what class of furcation has moderate involvement?
which class of furcation has bone destroyed to an extent that permits a probe to tenter the furcation area but not through between roots?
which class of furcation is severe involvement?
which class of furcation can a probe pass through the roots of the ENTIRE furcation?
which class is the same as III with exposure resulting from gingival recession, esp after perio therapy?
what provides a seal at the base of the sulcus?
JE (junctional epithelium)
proliferation of the _______ and ______ epithelium continue in an attempt to wall out inflammation