Mechanisms and control of pathologic bone loss in periodontitis.

@article{Bartold2010MechanismsAC,
  title={Mechanisms and control of pathologic bone loss in periodontitis.},
  author={Peter Mark Bartold and Melissa D. Cantley and David R. Haynes},
  journal={Periodontology 2000},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={
          55-69
        }
}
The periodontal diseases range from the relatively benign form of periodontal disease known as gingivitis, to chronic and aggressive forms of periodontal disease, all of which not only threaten the dentition but may also be a threat to general health (72). All forms of inflammatory periodontal disease are associated with chronic inflammation, resulting in destruction of the periodontal ligament and bone. If left untreated, significant tissue damage occurs; the affected teeth can become loose… CONTINUE READING

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