Gingivitis chronica catarrhalis

By Dr. Vishaal Bhat on Saturday 22 December 2007 with 0 comments



Etiology - mainly external factors.

Pathologic anatomy - hyperemia, slight edema of the gingiva, inflammatory infiltrate, granulous tissue.

Clinical picture - the disease begins as chronic and exacerbates acutely later. An inflammatory rims appear together with formation of a granulous tissue that is not painful spontaneously but is sensitive to pressure. An increased bleeding occurs.

Therapy - removal of irritation factors. Oral hygiene, massages, irrigation and mouth washes with astringent solutions.

Category: Periodontics Notes

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