ORNAMENTAL DENTISTRY - AN OVERVIEW

@article{Peter2013ORNAMENTALD,
  title={ORNAMENTAL DENTISTRY - AN OVERVIEW},
  author={T. Peter and Smily Titus and G. Francis and Mathew M. Alani and A. George},
  journal={Journal of Evolution of medical and Dental Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={2},
  pages={666-676}
}
Ph: 0091 9447378920 ABSTRACT The use of intraoral jewellery and piercings of oral and perioral tissues have been gaining popularity among adolescents and young adults. Intraoral jewelry or other oral accessories may lead to increased plaque levels, gingival inflammation and/or recession, caries, diminished articulation, and metal allergy.(26,27) Oral piercings involving the tongue, lips, cheeks, and uvula have been associated with pathological conditions including pain, infection, scar… Expand
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