Occlusal trauma

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  • Periodontal Disease: A Case Study

    such bacterial accumulation and consequently the periodontium becomes diseased. Other local factors are bruxism and traumatic occlusion. Bruxism by itself does not cause periodontal disease when the host presents a healthy periodontium, but if bruxism coexist on an individual who has a history of periodontitis with bone loss and apical migration of the junctional epithelium, then the progresses of the disease occurs more rapidly than if the individual would have periodontitis only. Similar to bruxism as a contributing factor is the case of trauma from occlusion. Traumatic occlusion can be primary if the individual 's periodontium is healthy and an extreme occlusal force is applied to teeth, or it can be secondary if a normal occlusal force is applied to a diseased periodontium. Trauma from occlusion does not cause periodontal pockets or gingivitis as long as inflammation is limited to the gingiva. In cases where primary occlusal trauma cause some damage of the…

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  • Challenges Of The Child Advocacy Center: The Child Advocacy Center

    1. The non-profit organization that I teamed up with over the course of the semester is The Child Advocacy Center (CAC), located here in the city of Lincoln Nebraska. Their goal as a facility is to foster hope and healing, seek justice, and reduce trauma for children who may have experienced different types or other traumatic situations such as physical or sexual abuse. They work to provide a variety of services to families including medical evaluations, professional interviews, but most…

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  • Deadpool Case Study

    summary of the DSM-5 states that “exposure from one of the following scenarios” is a source, specifically either “directly experienc[ing] the traumatic event, witness[ing] the traumatic event in person, learn[ing] that the traumatic event occurred to a close family member or close friend,” and finally “experienc[ing] first-hand repeated or extreme exposure to aversive details of the traumatic event” (DSM-5). Deadpool fits into this criteria, since he has been subjected to long amounts of combat…

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  • Ptsd In Good Will Hunting

    It’s hard not to see that Will has had an extremely difficult life. Will was not only the victim of child abuse from his father but was also faced abuse in the multiple foster homes he lived in. Research has shown that children who experience child abuse are six times as likely to experience post traumatic stress disorder (Lamont, 2016). The chances of Will developing post traumatic stress disorder seems high and it is made even more likely because Will not only experience physical abuse from…

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  • Holden Caulfield Narrative Analysis

    One of the widely taught novels in English speaking countries, J.D Salinger’s Catcher In The Rye deals with Holden Caulfield’s’ past trauma which is the triggering factor in his depression, anxiety and alienation. Holden tells a unnamed person what has happened in the three days prior to his mental breakdown. Through Holden’s relatable characteristics and Salinger’s narrative treatment, the book continues to engage audiences throughout generations. The way that Salinger writes gives the…

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  • Mrs. Dalloway, And Dulce Et Decorum Est

    Trauma is a world-wide known phenomenon that people have to live with all their lives. While trauma is mostly seen in the lives of victims of domestic violence or war veterans, it can take any shape and any level of intensity. In Virginia Woolf’s piece, Mrs. Dalloway and Wilfred Owen’s, “Dulce et Decorum Est” trauma is a consistent notion that is prominent in the characters’ lives. In Woolf’s piece, Septimus Smith is a World War I veteran who suffers from obvious trauma in the form of…

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  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder In Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a mental illness that is brought about by exposure to trauma. Most traumas are involving death of a loved one, or the threat thereof, serious injury or amputation, sexual violence, or any life-shattering, or life-altering event that leaves one feeling helpless and hopeless. (Smith et. all, 2015). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is often brought upon by something incredibly terrifying and overwhelming to the experiencer. The most common group of individuals of…

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  • Intergenerational Bullying Essay

    This research paper focuses on intergenerational bullying. Intergenerational bullying is how bullying is affected among different generations. Many readers might think that bullying has nothing to do with family, but in reality bullying has a lot to do with family. This paper specifically focuses more on how bullying occurs within a family, and how that bullying behavior is passed down to the children. Questions that will be addressed in the research paper will be how does a family’s history…

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  • Analysis Of Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close Psychology

    The movie Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a movie that contains many things that relate to psychological disorders, including: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mental Trauma, and phobias. I will be discussing the plot of the movie, and then I will explain how the psychological disorders relate to the characters of the movie. The story’s main character is a nine year old boy named Oskar Schell, who is very close to his father. When his father is killed in the 9-11 terrorist attacks on the…

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  • Effects Of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    who fear the stigma of PTSD following them the rest of their career. Scientific research will show Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is caused by psychological changes in the brain due to a traumatic event. It does not mean something is wrong with them. However, they should see a doctor and see if there are ways to help them though this tough transition. In order to help our brothers and sisters we must try and understand what Post Traumatic Stress disorder really is. We have to look at what areas…

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