Management of tooth mobility in the periodontology clinic: An overview and experience from a tertiary healthcare setting

@article{Azodo2016ManagementOT,
  title={Management of tooth mobility in the periodontology clinic: An overview and experience from a tertiary healthcare setting},
  author={C. Azodo and P. Erhabor},
  journal={African Journal of Medical and Health Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={50 - 57}
}
  • C. Azodo, P. Erhabor
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • African Journal of Medical and Health Sciences
  • Background: Tooth mobility, considered as the extent of horizontal and vertical tooth displacement created by examiners force, is caused trauma and periodontal disease. It is a common presenting complaint in periodontal clinic and may result in occlusal instability, dietary restriction, masticatory disturbances, esthetic challenge, and impaired quality of life. The treatment of tooth mobility involves a combination of treatment of the etiology usually by nonsurgical and surgical periodontal… CONTINUE READING
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