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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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In the present case report, it could be inferred that the orthodontic treatment, especially fixed appliance, could cause plaque accumulation resulting from the difficulty of the patient in plaque control, eventually allowing gingiva inflammation to occur.
brushing) of teeth to prevent the accumulation of pathogenic bacteria in the gingiva.
Recently, we described a full thickness oral gingiva equivalent (GE) consisting of a reconstructed epithelium on a fibroblast populated collagen hydrogel (lamina propria) and shown that the GE secretes negligible amounts of key chemokines involved in LC migration in skin (Kosten et al.
In severe cases, it can be seen generalized at the oral mucosa, and the alveolar mucosa can be affected together with the gingiva (13).
A male, 28-year-old Soldier was referred to the Department of Periodontics for evaluation of his mandibular anterior gingiva associated with tooth #24, a mandibular central incisor (Figure 3).
Oral examination may reveal a parulis (focal erythematous swelling of the adjacent gingiva with a central draining sinus tract) (figure 6) and percussion of the affected tooth is generally painful.
2) The case reported here was presented with only an ulcerated lesion mimicking pyogenic granuloma and finally turned out to be lung cancer as the primary tumor metastasizing to the gingiva.
These usages span implant testing with stone models that mimic the look and feel of real gingiva for accurate functional evaluation, as well as models with rigid features that require gum-like materials.
28 patients were selected and measurements were taken on 42 implants at the gingiva former level, abutment level and after single crown cementation.
On the postnatal third day, the intraoral mass was excised from the gingiva which it was originated from with the help of a monopolar cautery under general anesthesia.
Therefore, understanding the structure and physiology of the gingival bio type is necessary for achieving a healthy gingiva (1).
Professor Songtao Shi, the study's senior author said that gingiva has much less inflammatory reaction and heals much faster when compared to skin.