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of or relating to or involving or practicing periodontics

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Miller Jr., "A classification of marginal tissue recession," International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, vol.
Binary variable for negative outcomes include restorative, nontraumatic dental emergency, endodontic, or periodontic procedures.
With the use of digital radiography and record keeping, same day CAD/CAM restorations and wireless communication, as well as available specialists in periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics, and oral surgery, we are able to provide our patients with comprehensive and compassionate dental care.
A male, 28-year-old Soldier was referred to the Department of Periodontics for evaluation of his mandibular anterior gingiva associated with tooth #24, a mandibular central incisor (Figure 3).
We have three levels: primary care has dentists as well as in the BHU [basic health unit]; the FHUs have specialized care and the DSCs have five specialties [endodontics, periodontics, oral lesion diagnosis, surgery and special patients] and the dental hospital, that's the third level.
Periodontic evaluations involving determination of depth of periodontal pockets and the level of connective tissue attachment were completed for facial and lingual, mesial and distal surfaces of all teeth, except for third molars.
Coverage also includes dental visits, including cavities, imaging, tooth pain, medications, sedation techniques, alternatives to drills, fillings, rebuilding and reshaping teeth, having a tooth pulled, and dentures; dental care for infants and children, including fluoride consumption during tooth development, preventing tooth decay, cavities, preventing sports-related orofacial injuries, teeth grinding or clenching, and oral conditions in children with special needs; and orthodontic, endodontic, periodontic, and orofacial procedures, such as root canals, implants, and oral surgeries.
Nevertheless no reference for this statement could be found in the English literature or in paediatric, periodontic or orthodontic text books [Wei and Lang, 1982; Proffit and Fields, 1986; Pinkham et al., 1988; McDonald et al., 2000; Mariotti, 2008].
The regular TRICARE medical benefit does not cover routine, preventive, restorative, emergency non-adjunctive dental, prosthodontic or periodontic dental care that's not related to a medical condition.
The oral care products market includes the small tools and products used to deliver dental care, such as biomaterials, prostheses, endodontic, orthodontic and periodontic products, restoratives, alloys, cements, bonding agents, impression materials, preventives, disposables, and other products.
Ali Thafeed Al-Ghamdi, who is also assistant professor and consultant in periodontics and implant dentistry and head of periodontic department, received the copyright for his novel technique from the American Bureau of Patents and Inventions, the highest body for copyrights in the US, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Thursday.
Esthetics: the orthodontic periodontic restorative connection.
But in a nutshell it can be said that any lesion that after performing endodontic treatment results in irreversible reactions in the attachment apparatus and requires periodontic treatment.
Periodontics has advanced slowly over the decades but has seen a burst of interest given current thinking on the role of inflammatory responses in rheumatoid arthritis and other metabolic and cardiovascular diseases--and the potential for periodontic disease as a risk factor marker.
classified with other surgical periodontic services." Id.