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Disorders of development
Pulpitis periapical periodontitis and injuries to the teeth
Epidemiological aspects of oral disease
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acid Acute adenoma affected alveolar anaemia anaesthesia anaesthetic antibodies antigens apical associated Autosomal dominant bacteria Biopsy bleeding bone calcification candidosis carcinoma caries activity cariogenic cause cell-mediated immunity cent Chronic Cleft Clinical Complications connective tissue corticosteroids cyst defects deficiency dental dental caries dentine denture Diagnosis drugs enamel Enucleate epithelial epithelium eruption erythema especially Excise extractions factors fluoride formation Fracture giant cells gingivitis granuloma haemophilia haemorrhagic Histopathology Hyperparathyroidism hypodontia Immunological Immunosuppressive increased infection infiltrate inflammation inflammatory injury leukoplakia localised lymph nodes lymphocytes mainly malignant Management mandible membrane molars mouth mucosa mutans normal occasionally oedema oral hygiene osteoclastic osteomyelitis pain painless palate parotid Pathology patients periapical periodontal destruction periodontal disease plaque pleomorphic pleomorphic adenoma pocket proliferation pulp pulpitis purpura radiographs rare reactions Renal resorption root SALIVARY GLAND secondary severe Sjogren's syndrome soft tissues sometimes squamous stomatitis Strep sugar susceptibility swelling teeth tongue tooth treatment Typically ulceration usually variable Xerostomia zoster