That part of the gum which surrounds the teeth
Also referred to as the gums and include the soft tissues that cover the jaw bone up to the necks of the teeth.
Latin = gum (of tooth).
The tissue that surrounds the neck of the tooth and covers the alveolar bone.
A firm, coral pink mucosa (keratinized) that surrounds the teeth like a collar.
the tissue (covered by mucous membrane) of the jaws that surrounds the bases of the teeth
Gum of the mouth
the soft tissue that surrounds a tooth (the gum)
The tissue that surrounds the teeth, consisting of a fibrous tissue that is continuous with the periodontal ligament and mucosal covering.
The technical term for the "gums."
Gum tissue. Infections in the gingival can lead to periodontal disease.
Gum tissue surrounding the teeth and covering the bone of the upper and lower jaws.
The soft tissue that covers the jawbone. Also referred to as the gums.
dental tissue commonly called gums.
The "gingiva" is a dental term to describe "gums"
More commonly known as the gums, this is the soft tissue covering the jawbone.
This is the correct word for the tissue that covers the jawbones, usually known as `gums.'
Gum tissue The technical term for gums.
the soft tissue surrounding the teeth commonly known as the gums.
also called the gum, the tissue that envelops the alveolar processes of the upper and lower jaws and surrounds the necks of the teeth
the soft tissue that surrounds the base of the teeth; the pink tissue around the teeth.
a dental term to describe "gums". (see Gummy Smiles)
The clinical term used to describe the gums.
The dense tissue surrounding the teeth and covering the alveolar bone, commonly referred to as the gums.
That part of the gum tissue, which immediately surrounds a tooth.
the gum tissue surrounding the tooth.
Soft tissue (gum tissue) overlaying the crowns of un-erupted teeth and encircling the necks of those that have erupted.
Soft tissues overlying the crowns of unerupted teeth and encircling the necks of those that have erupted, serving as the support structure for sub-adjacent tissues.
The tissue of the upper and lower jaws that surrounds the base of the teeth. Also called gums.
or gum, is the soft tissues which cover the jaw bone and encircling the necks of those that have erupted.
The gums of the mouth.
the soft tissue surrounding the tooth.
Another word for the gums surrounding the teeth.
The dental term for the gums, or supporting soft tissue around the teeth.
(Gums) - the fleshy tissue that surrounds the teeth.
the gums; tissue that supports teeth and covers jawbone
Removal of inner tissue from a gum pocket. The American Dental Association and periodontists no longer consider this therapy effective.
The gingiva (sing. and plur.: gingiva), or gums, consists of the mucosal tissue that lays over the jawbone.