jmbReview Inhibitory Effects of Boesenbergia pandurata on Age-Related Periodontal Inflammation and Alveolar Bone Loss in Fischer 344 Rats

@inproceedings{Kim2018jmbReviewIE,
  title={jmbReview Inhibitory Effects of Boesenbergia pandurata on Age-Related Periodontal Inflammation and Alveolar Bone Loss in Fischer 344 Rats},
  author={Haebom Kim and Changhee Kim and Do Un Kim and Hee Chul Chung and Jae-Kwan Hwang},
  year={2018}
}
Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease of the periodontal tissues surrounding teeth. When periopathogenic bacteria accumulate on the surface of the teeth or during the intrinsic aging process, periodontal inflammation and alveolar bone loss occur [1]. As the severity progresses, the ability to masticate and digest food is limited and a person’s quality of life is dramatically reduced [2]. Previous studies revealed a high prevalence of periodontitis in adults from the United States aged ≥30… CONTINUE READING

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