gingival


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gin·gi·val

 (jĭn′jə-vəl, jĭn-jī′-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the gums.
2. Linguistics Alveolar.
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Adj.1.gingival - of or relating to the gums
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gin·gi·val

a. gingival, rel. a la gingiva.
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A diagnosis of generalized drug-induced gingival enlargement was made.
Increase in size of the gingiva is a common feature of the gingival disease and is termed as gingival enlargement.
The migration of the gingival margin to the apex is defined as gingival recession.
However, tooth preparation usually extends under the gingival level to achieve a ferrule design, which compromises the biological width (2).
Gingivitis is characterized by inflammation of the gingival tissues without loss of connective tissue attachment.
According to Clinical Index score as given by Ingles et al in 1999, the gingival enlargement was graded as Grade V.
(43), 2 yillik takip calismalarinda Miller sinif I diseti cekilmelerinin tedavisinde KPF ile birlikte ADM kullaniminin sadece KPF ile tedavisine gore kok yuzeyi ortulmesindeki basarida bir fark gozlenmedigi ancak KPF ile birlikte ADM kullaniminin gingival doku kalinliginin artmasini sagladigini ve zamanla cekilmede daha az rekurrens olusmasini saglayacagini bildirmistir.
In these preclinical studies, CTM CRC evaluated cells from five different sources: Cymerus MSCs, bone marrow-derived MSCs supplied by a commercial manufacturer, and MSCs derived from dental pulp, bone chips and gingival fibroblasts (cells found in the gums) that were supplied by an academic collaborator.
Gingivitis is the presence of gingival inflammation and is often a sign of periodontitis (1).
One reason might be the characteristics of gingival mesenchymal stem cells (GMSCs), which can give rise to a variety of cell types.