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The effect of cigarette smoking on gingival bleeding.
Gingival recession, gingival bleeding, and dental calculus in adults 30 years of age and older in the United States, 1988-1994.
Increased tendency toward gingival bleeding caused by joint effect of alphatocopherol supplementation and acetylsalicylic acid.
Gingival bleeding was determined with periodontal probe by gentle probing of the gingival crevice to assure presence or absence of the bleeding.
The patient who presented to the Pediatric Hematology Outpatient clinic because of unstoppable gingival bleeding for the first time in 2006 was diagnosed with congenital afibrinogenemia with findings including a prothrombin time (>120 s) and an activated partial thromboplastin time (>120 s) which were too long to be measured and a fibrinogen level which was too low to be measured.
Acute gingival bleeding as a complication of dengue hemorrhagic fever.
The gingival status of the students was evaluated using the Community Periodontal Index (CPI) to detect gingival bleeding and dental calculus.
Gingival bleeding and suppuration occurs spontaneously or when subjected to probing.
The bleeding findings emerge as subcutaneous bleeding, nasal bleeding, gingival bleeding and visceral bleeding (1).
Philips Sonicare describes the FlexCare Platium brush as designed to remove up to six times more plaque between teeth than a manual toothbrush and reduce gingivitis and gingival bleeding sites in two weeks.
Visible plaque (VPI) (18) and Gingival bleeding (GBI) (18) indexes, PPD, bleeding on probing (BOP) and CAL were assessed.
Various studies have been done to find the possible association between gingival bleeding and diabetic status.
The most common initial finding in the patients was epistaxis, followed by ecchymosis, and gingival bleeding.
In addition, MedlinePlus gave Pycnogenol a "C" rating (unclear scientific evidence for use) for conditions such as muscle cramps, painful menstruation, gingival bleeding and plaque formation, high blood pressure, prevention of blood clots, high cholesterol, sunburn, and venous leg ulcers.