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Endo-periodontal diseases - Part one - Biological base

Maya Doychinova, Mila Kalinova, Mayya Koleva

Abstract

Numerous studies confirm the fact that endodontic infections and periodontal disease are the etiological cause in 50% of cases of loss of the tooth. In the course of his professional life every dentist faces repeatedly lesions of endodontic and periodontal origin, as well as such with a mixed etiology and clinical manifestation. The mixed etiology and clinical symptoms are due to the existing embryotic, anatomic-physiological pathway as well as additionally created iatrogenic and non-iatrogenic canals of biological exchange between the two structures situated in extreme proximity.

Keywords

ендо-пародонтални лезии, пътища за комуникация ендо-перио

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