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What is interdental col?
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Similarly, it is asked, what is the Col in dentistry?
''col'' is a valley like depression that connects a facial and lingual papilla . 14. ''col'' in various types of contacts . The shape of interdental gingiva depends on the contact point between the two adjoining teeth and presence or absence of some degree of recession .
Beside above, can gums grow back? Receding gums are gums that have pulled away from a tooth, leaving its delicate root exposed. Your gum tissue doesn't regenerate the way other types of tissue does (like the epithelial tissue of your skin, for example). As a result, receding gums don't grow back.
Also to know, what is the interdental space?
The interproximal, or interdental, area is the space that lies between teeth that is occupied by the gum.
Are your gums a muscle?
In health, there are two types of gum tissues that surround the tooth. The part that is around the neck of the tooth is firmly attached to the tooth and underlying bone, and is called attached gingiva. This tissue contains muscle, and is flexible to allow movement of the cheeks and lips.