Gumming Up The Works

December 1998
New York Amsterdam News;12/10/98, Vol. 89 Issue 50, p17
Focuses on the factors that can contribute to periodontal disease. Includes smoking or chewing tobacco; Defective restorations that may lead to plaque retention; Medications such as steroids.


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