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Friday, June 30, 2000

Periodontics MCQ Answer 08

Friday, June 30, 2000

Answer: d

  1. This is due to a reduction in soft tissue height while the bone height remains

Unchanged.

  1. Same bugs, etiology

  2. Vertical loading results from moving the tooth’s occlusal surface toward the hinge. Selective equilibration and possible coronal restorations should be included in every treatment plan with a molar uprighting component.



Clinical Periodontology, Carraza, Newman pp562, Periodontal Therapy, Nevins, Mellonig pp157



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