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Periodontitis as a Manifestation of Systemic Diseases

Periodontitis as a manifestation of systemic diseases Category is a group of periodontal disease associated with split into two General categories : systemic diseases: (1) hematologic (blood) disorders such as leukemia or acquired neutropenia, and (2) genetic disorders such as down syndrome or leukocyte adhesion deficiency syndrome.

A. Definition. Periodontal disease as a manifestation of systemic disease-a disease Category that is used when the system state is the major predisposing factor and bacterial infection is a secondary feature of systemic disease.

1. It periodontal disease associated with systemic conditions in which there is a significant reduction in the number of neutrophilic granulocytes or impaired ability of neutrophils in infection control.

2. Strongly decreased resistance associated with systemic disease is the main etiological factor in the development of this category of periodontal disease.

B. Clinical Features. Clinical manifestations of this category of periodontal disease to occur at an early age.

5. Necrotizing periodontal Necrotizing periodontal disease are a unique type of periodontal disease, which involves tissue necrosis (localized tissue death).

A. Definition

1. Necrotizing periodontal are necrotizing ulcerative necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis and periodontitis.

a. Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (the contest) is a type of periodontal disease, which involves tissue necrosis, limited gingival tissues without clinical attachment loss.

B. Necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis (NUP) is characterized by necrosis of tissues gum tissue combined with loss of attachment and alveolar bone loss.

2. Reduce systemic resistance bacterial infection of the tissues of parodentium is a characteristic that is common to both the results of the competition and of the tap.

B. Clinical Features

1. Papillary necrosis and marginal gingival covered with yellowish or grayish coverage

2. Blunt or craters papillae

3. Spontaneous bleeding, fetid breath, and pain

6. The Periodontal Abscess

A. Definition

1. Periodontal abscess is a localized collection of pus that forms in a limited area in periodontal tissues.

a. The bacteria in plaque biofilm attracting large numbers of neutrophils of soft fabric. Most of the time these neutrophils to seep unnoticed periodontal pocket, as exudate.

B. If the drainage periodontal pocket is blocked, neutrophils-rich fluid collects in the soft tissue wall pocket and forms of periodontal abscess.

2. Periodontal abscess are a common feature of moderate or advanced periodontitis.

B. Clinical Features

1. Localized swelling of the gums

2. Drainage of tissues (sine-intestinal tract)

3. Pain on drums (pressure with your finger)

4. The increased mobility of teeth

7. Periodontal disease associated with Endodontic defeats

A. Definition

1. Periodontal disease associated with endodontic defeats categories of periodontal disease, which involves infection or death of the tissues of the tooth pulp.

2. The tooth may be affected periodontal diseases and diseases of the dental pulp at the same time. When periodontitis, diseases of the dental pulp affect the same tooth so much that they become United into one defeat, the condition is usually referred to as a combo periodontal endodontic destruction. a. Periodontal infection, which can lead to infection of cellulose. In some cases, periodontal disease is so severe that it affects the top of the tooth or one device openings in the cavity of the tooth that occur in some of the teeth. When this happens, a bacterial infection of periodontal tissues can lead to infection of the tooth pulp.

B. Infection of cellulose, which leads to the destruction of periodontal tissues. In advanced stages of the disease of the tooth pulp, diseases of the dental pulp can lead to periodontal destruction by the spread of infection from the tooth pulp for periodontal ligament and alveolar bone.

3. Combined periodontal endodontic lesions that generally requires treatment of parodontium and endodontic treatment of root canals)to save the tooth.

B. Clinical Features

1. Gingivitis

2. Increase the depth of sounding, loss of affection

3. Bleeding or pus seen on sensing

8. Development or acquired deformities and conditions. This category includes the conditions that exist around the teeth, which may predispose to periodontal disease. This Category is subdivided into localized tooth-related factors, mucogingival deformations and conditions, and occlusal trauma. Tooth-related factors are the provisions of the teeth, root anomalies, enamel, pearls, defects of dental restorations, and occlusal trauma. Mucogingival deformations to refer to defects in normal form of gum and mucous alveolar...

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