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Etiam ultricies nisi vel augue. Curabitur ullamcorper ultricies nisi. Stage 2 early periodontal disease occurs when less than 25 percent of the gingival attachment has been lost, creating a periodontal pocket or gingival recession.
Greater than 25 percent support loss signifies stage 3 moderate periodontal disease, which carries a guarded-to-poor prognosis. Greater than 50 percent support loss stage 4 advanced periodontal disease carries a poor prognosis for long-term tooth survival.
Type and extent of attachment loss Pockets occur as a consequence of apical toward the root migration of the epithelial attachment caused by the destruction of supporting periodontal tissues.
Pockets can be further classified as either suprabony or infrabony. The suprabony pocket floor or base exists above the crest of alveolar bone.
This bone loss generally occurs horizontally at similar rates on the mesial and distal surfaces of the teeth.
When the suprabony pocket occurs with less than 25 percent support loss, treatment considerations include removal of supragingival and subgingival plaque and calculus and root planing.
Suprabony pockets involving between 25 and 50 percent of the root attachment are treated similarly, with the addition of local antimicrobial application. Infrabony infra-alveolar vertical bone loss pockets occur when the pocket floor epithelial attachment is apical to the alveolar bone.
The infrabony pocket extends into a space between the tooth and the alveolar socket. Often, gingival recession will accompany the infrabony pocket.From its founding in 1852, growth the Maitland River in the midst a century. Variously named Ainleyville and Dingle, it was steady and diverse for over 1872.
Radiographically, infrabony pockets appear as vertical loss of bone along the root surface. Photo 1 Photo 2 Locally applied antimicrobials Currently, two approved products allow direct treatment of localized suprabony pockets—Clindoral Trilogic Pharma and Doxirobe Gel Pfizer.
Both products decrease pockets by converting them to healthier environments, allowing an up growth of junctional epithelium.