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a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

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the state of the economy declines

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the withdrawal of the clergy and choir from the chancel to the vestry at the end of a church service

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the act of ceding back

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the act of becoming more distant

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Gingival recession and associated factors in a homogeneous Mexican adult male population: a cross-sectional clinical investigation.
PRF has been used to treat gingival recession, IBD, and periapical lesions.
Oral examination was carried out by two calibrated dentists with Michigan O probe with William's markings and Gingival Index, Plaque index, Periodontal Pocket Depths, Gingival recession was recorded from each participant.
PRF has been used in different surgical procedures such as sinus floor augmentation, treatment of gingival recession (GR), furcation defects, maxillary rehabilitation before implant placement, restoration of peri-implant defects, as well as healing of extraction sockets with promising results.
In the present study, the number of gingival recession increased with a decrease in width of keratinized gingiva and this correlation was statistically significant.
6) The defect combines 3 characteristic qualities including gingival recession, bone loss through the margin of the bone, and root exposure (Figure 1).
Periodontal parameters, plaque index, gingival index, gingival recession, and depth and bleeding on probing were measured on six sites per tooth.
Gingival recession is usually associated with anatomic factors, inflammatory conditions, and trauma, and is one of the most common esthetic complaints of patients in periodontal clinics.
Based on the outcomes measured, the studies can be grouped into six categories: (i) studies that measured oral white lesions (n=5); (ii) studies that measured gingival recession (n=4); (iii) studies that measured periodontal pocketing (n=2); (iv) studies that investigated gum bleeding (n=2); (v) studies that investigated oral micro-organisms (n=4); and (vi) studies that measured other oral health-related outcomes (n=7).
Comparative 6-month clinical study of a semilunar coronally positioned flap and subepithelial connective tissue graft for the treatment of gingival recession.
Gingival recession in CP patients was severe in 60% of patients and moderate in 40% patients and was not observed in controls.
Yones and El Engebami found high incidence of gingival recession in Saudi children who were using miswak.
u1/4 You need to see a gum specialist who will assess the extent of gingival recession
He discusses the impact of dental esthetics on quality of life; facial esthetics; the composition of an esthetic and functional dentoalveolar gingival unit or periodontal restorative interface, which takes into account the periodontal health of the bone, gingiva, interdental papillae, teeth, and biological space; treatments for gingival recession and tooth deficiencies, including implantation; and periodontal and implant treatment, such as crown lengthening procedures and connective tissue grafts.
Treatment of gingival recession with a modified tunnel technique and an acellular dermal connective tissue allograft.