The primary cause of teeth loss in adults with periodontitis

The primary cause of teeth loss in adults with periodontitis

At present, periodontal disease mainly includes gingival disease and periodontitis. Its main clinical manifestations are gingival inflammation, bleeding, periodontal pocket formation, alveolar bone absorption, alveolar bone height reduction, tooth loosening, displacement and weak chewing. In severe cases, teeth can fall off or lead to tooth extraction Epidemiological investigation shows that periodontitis is the first cause of tooth loss in adults in China Periodontal symptoms: 1. Periodontal disease often begins with gingivitis, swollen gums, reddening, bleeding, changes in normal appearance, erosion or hyperplasia of the Shao border, and easy bleeding when...
Oral mucosal disease

Oral mucosal disease

Some systemic diseases are also manifested on the oral mucosa, while some oral manifestations can be used as the basis or clue for the diagnosis of systemic diseases. In the aspect of pathogenesis of , except for a few directly related to oral conditions, most closely related to systemic or systemic factors. With the development of immunology, it has been found that oral mucosal diseases related to autoimmunity are common in clinic, such as chronic discoid lupus erythematosus, pemphigus, pemphigoid, Schelling's syndrome, Behcet's syndrome and sarcoidosis, etc 1. It is...
Attack and nursing of oral ulcer

Attack and nursing of oral ulcer

Aphthous ulcer is a common disease in stomatology, which is accompanied by acute, chronic, benign and malignant. The modern medical research of shows that the cause of the disease is complex and the pathogenesis is not exact. There are systemic disease inducing factors related to local stimulation, jaw bite trauma, vitamin and trace element deficiency, physical cycle decline, endocrine disorders, immune dysfunction, gastrointestinal disorders, etc. The pathogenesis of aphthous ulcer is complicated. The cause of aphthous ulcer is examined in detail. is marked in the mouth, but the root of...
Life and diagnosis and treatment of patients with oral mucosal diseases

Life and diagnosis and treatment of patients with oral mucosal diseases

1. Most oral mucosal diseases are related to systemic diseases, and many are chronic diseases, which need long-term medication. Therefore, before treatment, systemic examinations such as blood routine examination, renal function and liver function should be done, and systemic diseases should be actively treated 2. The majority of oral mucosal diseases are benign diseases, and unnecessary fear of cancer should be eliminated. most patients can be controlled, relieved or even cured after regular treatment. 3. Patients with oral mucosal disease should establish a good optimistic and upward treatment attitude, live...
Treating oral lichen planus with feet before going to bed

Treating oral lichen planus with feet before going to bed

Oral lichen planus is the most common non infectious oral mucosal disease, which is a chronic inflammatory disease of skin and mucous membrane. The characteristics of oral lichen planus in are pearlescent white stripes, hyperemia and redness around the stripes, erosion and ulceration, long course of disease, easy recurrence, and patient suffering. Good living habits are the premise of maintaining the normal metabolism of human body. The research of modern medicine of shows that the occurrence of many diseases is related to drinking, smoking, overeating, living without Festival, excessive fatigue,...
Pericoronitis of wisdom teeth

Pericoronitis of wisdom teeth

With the refinement of human food, it does not take too much effort to bite, and the jaw slowly degenerates and gradually becomes smaller. Therefore, there is not enough position for wisdom teeth to sprout, and wisdom teeth are prone to incomplete or blocked eruption At this time, the part of wisdom tooth crown is covered by gingiva, forming a narrow and deep blind bag between gingiva and tooth body, which is called gingival bag. The contents of the gingival pouch are easy to accumulate food debris and bacteria, which...
If you have gum disease, you can’t keep your teeth

If you have gum disease, you can’t keep your teeth

Caries, periodontal disease and malocclusion are the most typical dental diseases. caries is the most common dental disease in children and adolescents, while periodontal disease is the most common dental disease in adults. dental diseases vary from person to person, but generally increase from 30 years old to 40-50 years old and reach the peak. According to statistics, 3 / 4 of adults over 40 years old have periodontal disease Periodontal disease is a disease caused by bacterial infection of the tissues supporting teeth, i.e. gums, alveolar bones, periodontal ligaments...
How to prevent gingival cancer

How to prevent gingival cancer

First, most of the early stage of gingival cancer has no self-conscious symptoms. At first, ulcers, papillary or nodular masses occur on the gingiva, which are easy to bleed. If they spread to the alveolar process, the teeth will be painful, loose or fall off. If they continue to develop, they may invade the surrounding tissues, resulting in facial swelling, chewing, mouth opening difficulties, etc. In secondary infection, it produces severe pain and causes local bleeding and odor. 2. The early stage of gingival cancer is similar to that of...
How to treat oral leukoplakia

How to treat oral leukoplakia

Leukoplakia can occur in all parts of the oral cavity, such as lips, tongue, gingiva, palate and other mucous membranes. It is often seen in the buccal, tip of tongue and lingual margin. At the beginning of the leukoplakia, , there were light white, gray white, milky white or uneven white patches, which did not protrude the mucous membrane surface. With the development of the disease, some were slightly higher than the mucous membrane surface, some were significantly higher than the mucous membrane surface The surface is rough and has...
What’s going on with gum bleeding

What’s going on with gum bleeding

Is gum bleeds what problem is the body? In fact, there are not a few patients with this question in real life There are many reasons for gingival bleeding, and it can't be ruled out that there are abnormalities in the body, and then the symptoms of gingival bleeding appear, such as diabetes, leukemia, hepatitis, thrombocytopenia, etc. if you have this worried friend, you may as well go to the local regular hospital for a routine blood test, which will naturally break your own doubts Gingival bleeding caused by other...
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