Classification of Periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions (Advanced)
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#1. What would be precise periodontal diagnosis for this patient? – For more information HOVER on the question mark !!!
A 56 old patient presents with gum recessions and tooth mobility. Periodontal chart shows PD of 5 mm on majority of dentition. Gingival recession on affected teeth is 2mm. The following teeth have been extracted due to periodontitis: 18, 17, 16, 26, 27, 36, 35. Panoramic radiograph shows vertical bone loss on 13, 24, 25 and 35 and furcation involvement of grade II on lower second molars. Mobility of grade I is present on 31, 41 and 42. Patient is currently smoking 20 cigarettes a day.
#2. Which of the following conditions results in early presentation of advanced periodontitis and may affect both primary and secondary dentition?
#3. Which of the following diseases may affect gingiva?
#4. Main symptoms of necrotising gingivitis include.
#5. According to the Classification of the Periodontal and Peri-implant Diseases and Conditions from 2017, under which category of periodontal diseases you would classify HEREDITARY GINGIVAL FIBROMATOSIS?
#6. A 63 years old female presents with distinctive gum redness and sensitivity. Intraoral exam indicates the presence of bilateral symmetrical lace-like lesions on inflamed buccal mucosa. Panoramic radiogram does not show any significant crestal bone loss. Which of the following conditions may have caused desquamative gingival lesions in this case?
#7. A 60 years old patient presents with gum swelling and suppuration around implant supported crown in region of 46. Periodontal chart shows PD of 8 mm and positive bleeding on probing with suppuration. See the PA and select the correct answer.
#8. List main differences between periodontal and peri-implant supporting tissues?
#9. Which documented evidence-based factors may increase risk for peri-implantitis?
#10. Is biofilm-induced peri-implant mucositis reversible condition following the therapy?