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The immunopathogenesis of periodontal disease

Updated: Mar 21

EJ Ohlrich,* MP Cullinan,* GJ Seymour*


Treatment planning in periodontics has traditionally been based on a detailed assessment of probing depths, attachment levels, furcation involvement, mobility, occlusal abnormalities, habit patterns, and mucogingival defects among others. Individual teeth and the dentition as a whole are then typically given a prognosis, which is the clinician’s best guess of their fate.


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