Hienz, Lip piercing: prevalence of associated gingival recession and contributing factors. A cross‐sectional study , Journal of Periodontal Research , 42 , 2 , (177-183) , (2006) .
The aims of this study were to evaluate the prevalence, risk and odds ratios of gingival recession defects associated with elective lip piercing and wearing of stud jewelry, and to attempt to
This results from the metal repeatedly scraping against the tooth or the development of a habit of biting on the ring. In a study reported in the February 2006 issue of «Dental Traumatology,» almost 70% of people with a lip stud developed gum recession at the nearby teeth.
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Prevalence and risk of traumatic gingival recession following elective lip piercing. Dent Traumatol 2006; 22:7. Kapferer I, Benesch T, Gregoric N, et al. Lip piercing: prevalence of associated gingival recession and contributing factors.
The most prominent aftermath of piercing is gingival recession that is measured by using Miller’s classification of marginal tissue recession . Gingival recession is usual on the labial aspect of the lower central incisors [6, 14, 23, 27, 38–40] and on the lingual aspect of …
Plessas A, Pepelassi E. Dental and periodontal complications of lip and tongue piercing: prevalence and influencing factors. Aust Dent J. 2012;57:71–78. Leichter JW, Monteith BD. Prevalence and risk of traumatic gingival recession following elective lip piercing. Dent Traumatol. 2006;22:7–13. Gropper S, Lord D, Watts A, Arsiwalla D, Simmons KP.
The purpose of this cross‐sectional study was to investigate the prevalence and contributing factors of gingival recession associated with labial piercing. Material and Methods: The test group included 50 subjects with lower‐lip studs.
Published in: Journal of Periodontal Research · 2007Authors: I Kapferer · T Benesch · N Gregoric · C Ulm · S A HienzAffiliation: Medical University of ViennaAbout: Cross-sectional study · Gingival recession · Labio · In vivo · Gingiva · Risk factor
Prevalence and risk of traumatic gingival recession following elective lip piercing. Oral piercing and oral trauma in a New Zealand sample. The prevalence and distribution of gingival recession among U.E. dental students with a high standard of oral hygiene.
Campbell et al. have pointed out that gingival recession of the lingual side occurs after 2 years of piercing insertion [14, 39]. In addition, Brooks et al. state that logistic regression modeling indicated that age was a significant predictor of the prevalence of lingual recession with the possibilities of presenting lingual recession increasing by 1.17 for each year older than 14.
Piercing-related recession frequently develops as a narrow, cleftlike defect on the lingual aspect of the mandibular incisors, often extending to or beyond the level of the mucogingival junction. 7 Thinner gingival biotypes may be at a greater risk of experiencing breakdown and recession than those with thicker gingival tissues. 8
Prevalence and risk of traumatic gingival recession following elective lip piercing Dent Traumatol 2006; 22 (1): 7-13. Tissue overgrowth can be caused by continuous movement of the jewellery in the inserted tissue [ 9 Boardman R, Smith RA.
Drug-associated gingival enlargement: Case report and review of aetiology, management and evidence-based outcomes of treatment. Journal of the New Zealand Society of Periodontology , 88 , 7-14. Lovegrove, J., & Leichter, J. (2004).
In median lower lip piercings, the prevalence of buccal recession has been reported to be approximately 68 % [3, 4]. The time since piercing and the position of the intraoral disc at the cemento-enamel junction are associated with a greater prevalence of gingival recession [ 3 , 4 ].
Oral Piercing Key Points. Oral piercing of the tongue, lip, cheek, or other soft tissues is a form of body art and self-expression. Oral piercings are more typically seen in adolescents and young adults, and the tongue is considered the most common site for oral-piercing placement.