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Session 1Chair: Kan Nagao (The University of Tokushima)


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Observation of Blood Flow on Palatal Mucosa using an Improved Probe

 

 T. Kawaguchi, K. Hoshiai, R. Ito, W. Fujinami, A. Otoda, Y. Tanaka, H. Nagai, M. Mitsui and Y. Tanaka

 Removable Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, Aichi-Gakuin University

Abstract

 

We gave various presentations about blood flow on palatal mucosa.

This time we have measured various blood flow volume rate of change using an improved small probe.

Using the model supposing denture, the blood flow volume of the gingiva around molar was measured by continuous load and intermittence load.

As a result, blood flow volume decreased under continuous load, and blood flow volume increased under intermittence load.

Moreover, when the blood-flow-volume rate of change in the point of measurement which membrane and a denture model have stuck was compared with the blood-flow-volume rate of change in the point of measurement which membrane and a denture model have relieved, the latter blood-flow-volume rate of change became small under continuous load and intermittence load.

As mentioned above, blood-flow-volume measurement was attained under the difficult measurement condition according to the improved small probe until now.