EFFECTS OF SYSTEMIC CONDITIONS AND DISEASES ON PERIODONTAL STATUS – REVIEW

Dora Maria Popescu, Dorin Nicolae Gheorghe, Maria Bogdan, Djulia Tzvetanova, Cristina Florescu

ABSTRACT

Periodontal disease is one of the most common diseases and is characterized by the destruction of the dental bone support, with inflammatory host response secondary to infection by periodontal bacteria. This review aims to highlight some of the risk factors associated with periodontal disease for understanding their essential effects in clinical practice. Systemic risk factors recently have been identified by large epidemiologic studies using multifactorial statistical analyses to correct for confounding or associated co-risk factors. Original articles that reported on the risk factors for periodontal disease were included.

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