Periodontitis: A risk factor to respiratory diseases

Saini, Rajiv; Saini, Santosh; Sharma, Sugandha
July 2010
Lung India;Jul-Sep2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p189
Academic Journal
The article discusses research on the risk factor of periodontitis to respiratory diseases. It mentions that lesions of oral cavity have an impact to the quality of life of patients who have respiratory diseases. It suggests that periodontitis should be treated should be treated immediately to minimize the risk for systemic infections and diseases.


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