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OSTEOPOROSIS AND PERIODONTAL DISEASE – A REVIEW

@inproceedings{Gopinath2016OSTEOPOROSISAP,
  title={OSTEOPOROSIS AND PERIODONTAL DISEASE – A REVIEW},
  author={Dr. V Gopinath and Dr. M. N. Prabhu and Dr. Hema Suryawanshi},
  year={2016}
}
Osteoporosis and periodontal diseases are bone resorptive diseases. Osteoporosis and osteopenia are characterized by reductions in bone mass and may lead to skeletal fragility and fracture. In most women, bone mass reaches its peak in the third decade of life and declines thereafter. This decline in bone mass is accelerated with the onset of menopause, and oral symptoms are also found in addition to the systemic manifestations of menopause. This review deals with the assessment ,mechanism and… 
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