Gingivitis

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Last Updated: 10 May 2022
patient-specific variations in biomarkers across gingivitis and periodontitis. "patient-specific variations in biomarkers across gingivitis and periodontitis.", by Nagarajan R, Miller CS, Dawson D, Al-Sabbagh M, Ebersole JL. pone.0136792.g003: Heatmap Visualization.Heatmap visualization of the consensus map (τ) representing the consensus between the ensemble sets of the gingivitis (1…40) and periodontitis (41…80) samples. Significant overlap is represented by bright color and absence of overlap...

Gingivitis is a common and mild form of periodontal disease that causes inflammation, inflammation and swelling of your gingiva, the part of your periodontal around the base of your teeth. The germs can cause gum tissue swelling and blood loss. As gum disease progresses, particles obtains captured in the gum tissues as they draw away from the teeth. This process at some point harms the teeth, leading to tooth loss. Gingivitis can be triggered by plaque, hormones, health problem, medications, family background of periodontal disease, and more. Treatments might consist of treating the bacteria growth and surgery to bring back damaged teeth. WebMD discusses why and just how a gum tissue graft is executed, what to anticipate, approximated recovery time, and more. WebMD's guide to gum disease, also called gingivitis and periodontal disease.

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