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Tissue Consistency and Texture in Gingivitis

A. tissue consistency in gingivitis

1. The increase of fluid in the inflamed tissue may also cause the gums to be soft, porous, and inelastic {Fig. 13-10).

2. When pressure is applied to the inflamed gums on the part of the probe, fabrics easily compressed and can retain the imprint of the probe for a few seconds.

3. Inflamed gum tissue loses its firm texture, becomes sluggish (soft, mobile). When compressed air is directed into the furrow easily moved gingival papillae and from the neck of the tooth.

B. surface texture in gingivitis

1. Increase fluid because of the inflammatory response can cause gum tissue appear smooth and very shiny (Fig. 13-11).

Gingival texture

2. The fabric is almost a "stretched" appearance that resembles plastic film that was pulled tight.

3. The position of the margin in gingivitis

And in gingivitis, the position of the gingival margin can move more coronally (hereinafter referred to above FAC).

B. changes in the position of the gingival margin due to swelling of the tissues and extension (Fig. 13-12).

4. The presence of bleeding in gingivitis

A. bleeding when gentle probing observed clinically to change the colors are clinically deteetible (Fig. 13-13).

B. in gingivitis, furrow lining becomes ulcers and blood vessels become tense. Tissue bleed easily when probing or devices. C. there is a direct link between inflammation and bleeding: a more severe inflammation, severe bleeding.

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