what is defined as a pocket formed as a result of disease that causes the junctional epithelium to migrate apically along the cementum?
what is defined as a pocket formed by gingival enlargement without apical migration of the junctional epithelium
t/f a periodontal pocket doesn't involve apical migration of the junctional epithelium
what are the four stages of a lesion?
what stage of a lesion is the inflammatory response?
t/f there are clinical signs of an initial lesion
false- NO clinical signs
what stage is the lesion at 2-4 days?
what is the lesion classified as at 7-14 days?
what stage of a lesion is called the increased inflammatory response/
at what stage of the lesion does the epithelium proliferate and rete ridges form?
at what stage does the lesion have gingivities and is reversible?
at what stage is their fluid and leukocytes present in the lesion as the JE migrates apically and collagen destruction?
what are the clincial signs of an established lesion
what lesion stage is early perio?
during what stage is there alveolar bone destruction caused by the lesion?
during what stage of a lesion is there biofilm and irritants present causing the pocket to deepen?
clinical signs of an advanced lesion are?
what perio type is early gingivities?
what perio class is early periodontitis
what perio type is moderate perio?
what perio type is advanced perio
what perio type has bleeding with 1-3 mm pockets
what perio type has slight bone loss and attachment loss with 1-5 mm pockets
what perio type has noticeable bone loss, mobility and possible furcation involvement with 4-6 mm pockets
what perio type has severe bone loss, increased mobility and furcation involvement with >7 mm pockets?
what perio type has 4-6 mm pockets?
what perio type has 1-5 mm pockets