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What are some of the characteristics of chronic periodontitis?

What are some of the characteristics of chronic periodontitis?

Signs and symptoms

  • Redness or bleeding of gums while brushing teeth, using dental floss or biting into hard food (e.g. apples) (though this may occur even in gingivitis, where there is no attachment loss)
  • Gum swelling that reoccurs.
  • Halitosis, or bad breath, and a persistent metallic taste in the mouth.

Can celiac disease cause periodontal disease?

In fact, celiac disease can lead to delayed tooth eruption, dental enamel defects, and recurrent oral aphthae.

What are common clinical features of celiac disease?

Celiac disease is a digestive and autoimmune disorder that can damage your small intestine. People with celiac disease might experience symptoms like diarrhea, bloating, gas, anemia and growth issues. Celiac disease can be triggered by a protein called gluten. Gluten is found in grains, like wheat, barley and rye.

How does celiac disease affect the teeth?

Dental enamel problems stemming from celiac disease involve permanent dentition and include tooth discoloration—white, yellow, or brown spots on the teeth—poor enamel formation, pitting or banding of teeth, and mottled or translucent-looking teeth.

What are the radiographic signs and symptoms of periodontal disease?

7 Moderate Marginal Periodontitis Generalized form demonstrates horizontal bone loss Localized defects include vertical bone loss and loss of buccal and lingual cortices Loss of buccal or lingual cortex is difficult to view radiographically. It may be seen as decreased density over the root surface

Who are the radiographic indicants of celiac disease?

La seta F, Salerno G, Buccellato A et-al. Radiographic indicants of adult celiac disease assessed by double-contrast small bowel enteroclysis. Eur J Radiol. 1992;15 (2): 157-62.

When do radiographs show moderate marginal periodontitis bone loss?

Moderate Marginal Periodontitis Bone loss seen on radiographs is an indicator of past disease activity Once periodontal treatment is initiated and the disease is in remission, bone levels will not increase. Therefore]

Are there any CT findings in celiac disease?

Small Bowel MABP. As with the barium MABP and with many other diseases of the small bowel seen with CT ( 25 ), not one finding but a pattern of multiple individual CT findings suggests celiac disease malabsorption. The specific CT MABP findings that may be observed in celiac disease will be illustrated.