Gingivitis (gum inflammation)

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



During an acute gingivitis, an erythema, catarrhal, sero-hemorrhagic, purulent, vesiculous, pseudo-membranous or ulcerous inflammation occurs. At chronic gingivitis, catarrhal, hyperplastic, atrophic or ulcerous inflammation occurs.
I. a) Gingivitis acuta


I. b) Gingivitis chronica

1. Gingivitis chronica catarrhalis

Category: Periodontics Notes

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