Interaction between periodontitis and liver diseases

@inproceedings{Han2016InteractionBP,
  title={Interaction between periodontitis and liver diseases},
  author={Pengyu Han and Dianxing Sun and Jie Jessica Yang},
  booktitle={Biomedical reports},
  year={2016}
}
Periodontitis is an oral disease that is highly prevalent worldwide, with a prevalence of 30-50% of the population in developed countries, but only ~10% present with severe forms. It is also estimated that periodontitis results in worldwide productivity losses amounting to ~54 billion USD yearly. In addition to the damage it causes to oral health, periodontitis also affects other types of disease. Numerous studies have confirmed the association between periodontitis and systemic diseases, such… CONTINUE READING

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