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Differences between Fenestration and Dehiscence

September 26, 2012 by Varun

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and Dehiscence September 26, 2012 by Varun 3 Comments To understand the differences first let us

To understand the differences first let us know about What is Fenestration and What Dehiscence:

Definition of Tooth Fenestration:

Fenestration are Isolated areas in which root is denuded of bone and root surface is covered only

by periosteum and overlying gingiva is called as fenestration. Make a note that Marginal Bone is

intact in Fenestration

Definition of Tooth Dehiscence:

Dehiscence are isolated areas in which root is denuded of bone and root surface is covered by

periosteum and overlying gingiva but the denuded are extends through the Marginal Bone.

but the denuded are extends through the Marginal Bone. Difference between Fenestration and Dehiscence: ► Dental

Difference between Fenestration and Dehiscence:but the denuded are extends through the Marginal Bone. ► Dental Bone Graft ► Female Dentist

► Dental Bone Graft

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The only and main difference is that

Fenestration the “Marginal Bone is Intact” the “Marginal Bone is Intact”

Dehiscence the “Denuded areas extend through the Marginal the “Denuded areas extend through the Marginal

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Common Features of Dehiscence and Fenestration:

1. Dehiscence and Fenestration occur approximately in 20% of teeth:

2. More common on the Facial bone than on the Lingual Bone

3. More common in the Anterior teeth than on the posterior teeth

4. Mostly Bilateral

Predisposing factors of Dehiscence and Fenestration:

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