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Synonyms for periodontitis

a disease that attacks the gum and bone and around the teeth

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Differences by age, gender, tooth type (incisor, premolar or molar), tooth region (maxillary or mandibular), previous treatment (no treatment or previous root canal treatment) and presence of apical periodontitis lesions were analyzed by Pearson chi-square test with significance rate set at 5%.
The clinical diagnosis is symptomatic apical periodontitis due to poor previous endodontic treatment.
In 2011, Peters et al (6) found a prevalence of apical periodontitis post-treatment, suggesting that infectious diseases may occur even after completing the endodontic treatment.
Keywords: Apical periodontitis, Endodontic treatment failure, Enterococcus faecalis.
Bacteriologic investigation of the effects of sodium hypochlorite and chlorhexidine during the endodontic treatment of teeth with apical periodontitis.
They have also been associated with endodontic infections and are frequently isolated from root-filled canals of teeth with chronic apical periodontitis (PINHEIRO et al.
444); and between patients with acute and chronic apical periodontitis and between patients with acute and chronic apical abscesses (P = 0.
Clinical implications and microbiology of bacterial persistence after treatment procedures are an important issue in endodontics because bacteria have been shown to play a major role in the persistence or development of apical periodontitis lesions after root canal treatment (10).
Treatment of immature teeth with non-vital pulps and apical periodontitis.
Furusawa M, Hayakawa H, Ida A, Ichinohe T A case of apical fenestration misdiagnosed as persistent apical periodontitis.
Van Winkelhoff, "Viable bacteria in root dentinal tubules of teeth with apical periodontitis," Journal of Endodontics, vol.
The volume is composed of twenty essays from leading professionals and covers topics such as the formation and repair of dentin in adult patients, stem cells and the regeneration of the pulpodentin complex, pain pathways and mechanisms in the pulpodentin complex, pulpal infections, interrelationships between pulp and apical periodontitis, effects of thermal and mechanical challenges, and the interrelationship between pulp and systemic disease.