Gingival and Periodontal Pocket

Gingival And Periodontal Pocket

Gingival and periodontal pockets are dental terms indicating the presence of an abnormal gingival sulcus near the point at which the gums contact a tooth.

Read more about Gingival And Periodontal Pocket:  The Tooth/gingiva Interface, Gingival Sulcus, Gingival Pocket, Periodontal Pocket, Mucogingival Defect

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Gingival And Periodontal Pocket - Mucogingival Defect
... of the attached gingiva and alveolar mucosa, the pocket would thus be in violation of the mucogingival junction and would be termed a mucogingival defect ...

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