Change of TGF-?1 Gene Expression and TGF-?1 Protein Degree in Gingival Crevicular Fluid and Identification of Plaque Micro organism in a Affected person with Recurrent Localized Gingival Enlargement earlier than and after Gingivectomy.
Case Rep Dent. 2018;2018:3670583
Authors: Astuti LA, Hatta M, Oktawati S, Natzir R, Dwiyanti R
This case report highlights the change of TGF-?1 gene expressions and TGF-?1 protein stage in gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) and identification of plaque micro organism in a affected person with recurrent localized gingival enlargement earlier than and after gingivectomy therapy. A 26-year-old girl got here to AG Dental Care Clinic, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, in October 2015 with a chief grievance that her gingiva usually bled spontaneously and he or she felt ache on her gingiva and felt much less snug and no self-confidence along with her anterior and posterior gingival situation on the correct maxilla area which is barely bigger than regular. She usually felt that her gingiva may bleed spontaneously when she was speaking or stays silent although. The affected person is disturbed by the malodor she felt. At that second, the affected person searched for gingivectomy therapy. Three years afterward, the affected person got here again with the identical grievance. Gingival crevicular fluid has been taken from the gingival sulcus earlier than and after gingivectomy. Scientific and GCF follow-up examination was carried out one week and three weeks after gingivectomy, and profitable outcomes on organic, practical, and aesthetic parameters have been noticed.
PMID: 30174961 [PubMed]