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Evaluation of the relationship between type 2 diabetes and periodontal disease.

  title={Evaluation of the relationship between type 2 diabetes and periodontal disease.},
  author={Fatin A. Awartani},
  journal={Odonto-stomatologie tropicale = Tropical dental journal},
  volume={32 128},
  • F. Awartani
  • Published 1 July 2009
  • Medicine
  • Odonto-stomatologie tropicale = Tropical dental journal
The association between periodontal disease and diabetes mellitus has been explored by many researchers over the years. Periodontal signs and symptoms are now recognized as the 'sixth complication of diabetes'. The objective of the present study was to investigate the association between glycemic control of type 2 diabetes mellitus (type 2 DM) and severity of periodontal disease. A total of 126 Saudi female patients diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes were examined. Group I (better control with Hb… 

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