an inflammation of the gingival mucosa, due to the increase in the virulence or mass of bacteria in the gingival sulcus, or to reduced resistance of the host.
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- inflammation of the gums
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inflamed and swollen gum tissue most commonly caused by plaque. If left untreated, may lead to periodontitis.
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a condition of the gums characterized by inflammation and bleeding.
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inflammation of the gums, typically caused by a build-up of plaque due to poor hygiene
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Inflammation of the gum
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Gingivitis: Gum disease with inflammation of the gums. On inspection, the gums will appear red and puffy, and will usually bleed during tooth-brushing or dental examination. Treatment is by improved cleaning, with more-frequent and longer brushing and flossing, and/or the use of electronic tooth-cleaning equipment. Antiseptic mouthwashes may also b
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<pathology> Inflammation of the gingivae. Gingivitis associated with bony changes is referred to as periodontitis. ... Synonym: oulitis, ulitis. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(jin″jĭ-vi´tis) inflammation of the gums (gingivae). Bleeding is a primary symptom, and there may be swelling, redness, pain, and difficulty in chewing. It can lead to the more serious disorder known as periodontitis, with bony changes in addition to the gingivitis. There are numerous causes, of which the primary o...
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inflammation of the gums (gingivae). Symptoms include tender, sometimes swollen, gums that bleed easily. Areas of tissue destruction (necrosis) or ... [1 related articles]
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(gingiv- + -itis) inflammation of the gingivae. Gingivitis associated with bony changes is referred to as periodontitis. Called also oulitis and ulitis.
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Gingivitis (`inflammation of the gum tissue`) is a non-destructive periodontal disease. The most common form of gingivitis, and the most common form of periodontal disease overall, is in response to bacterial biofilms (also called plaque) adherent to tooth surfaces, termed plaque-induced gingivitis. Gingivitis is reversible with good oral hygien..
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infection of the gums, often chronic and low grade.
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- an inflammation of the gingival mucosa, due to the increase in the virulence or mass of bacteria in the gingival sulcus, or to reduced resistance of the host.
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Inflammation of gingival tissue without loss of connective tissue.
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An inflammation or infection of the gingiva (gum tissue); the initial stage of gum disease.
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An inflammation of gums that occurs around the roots of the teeth that is caused by bacteria and plaque. Symptoms include swelling of the gums, bleeding and sore gums. Because of the hormone changes that pregnancy brings on, approximately 50-75% of all pregnant women will develop gingivitis during pregnancy. Proper care of the teeth during pregn...
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gingivitis (jin"juvī'tis) , inflammation of the gums. It may be acute, subacute, chronic, or recurrent. The gums usually become red, swollen, and spongy, and bleed easily. Chronic gingivitis is the usual form, resulting from irritating bacteria or debris, food impaction, or poor dental...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: jin′ji-vī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of the gingiva as a response to bacterial plaque on adjacent teeth; characterized by erythema, edema, and fibrous enlargement of the gingiva without resorption of the underlying alveolar bone.
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Inflammation of the gums, characterized by redness and swelling.
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Inflammation of the gums.
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The inflammation of your gums caused by improper brushing. The first sign of periodontal (gum) disease.
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Inflammation of the gums, may be associated with dental disease.
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Gingivitis is a disorder involving inflammation of the gingiva (gum tissue). Gingivitis is a form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease or gum disease as it is more commonly know involves inflammation and/or infection of the gum that leads to the destruction of the tissues that support the teeth including the gingiva (gums) the periodontal li
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Red, tender, bleeding gums, which, if left untreated, can develop into periodontitis, a serious form of gum disease.
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