Quiz: Basic Periodontology 09/12/2017Divakar Remigius 0 Periodontics bone loss, cervical enamel projections, gingival fibers, gingival sulcus, perio anatomy, periodontal disease, Quiz 1Which group of gingival fibers are present even in case of extreme periodontal bone loss?Choose an answer Gingivodental Circular Transgingival Transseptal The periodontal disease extension from gingival to the underlying bone involves inflammatory destruction of gingival and transseptal fibers, breaking down into disorganized granular fragments interspersed in edema along with inflammatory cells. However, transseptal fibers constantly recreate across the crest of the interdental septum. 2Histiocytes areChoose an answer Peripheral dendritic cells Dermal dendrocytes Monocytes Lymphocytes Dermal dendrocytes (Histiocytes) are collagen associated dendritic cells of myeloid origin. They are found near blood vessels. They possess receptors for complement C3a and also express MHC class II molecules. 3Cervical enamel projections are most prevalent inChoose an answer Maxillary and mandibular 1st molars Maxillary and mandibular 3rd molars Maxillary 1st and mandibular 2nd premolars Maxillary and mandibular 2nd molars 4Histologic depth of the gingival sulcusChoose an answer 1.5 mm 0.69 mm 1.8 mm 2.07 mm 5Turnover rate of cells is highest inChoose an answer Junctional epithelium Gingiva Tongue Sulcular epithelium Palate, tongue and cheek have a turnover rate of 5 to 6 days, gingiva – 10 to 12 days and junctional epithelium – 1 to 6 days. Share on social media I scored [myscore] and got: [myresult] on this quiz: Quiz: Basic Periodontology Have you enjoyed the post ? 0 Divakar Remigius AMELOBLASTOMAHey, would you mind helping us build one of the largest E-learning platforms for dentistry (yes, we know its pretty ambitious)??