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Volume 2012, Issue 1
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Abstract

Periodontal diseases comprise a large group of predominantly infectious and/or inflammatory disorders affecting periodontal tissues. They are diagnosed by assessment of the dento-gingival area, including the the gingival sulcus depth, and the presence of bleeding with radiographic assessment of the alveolar bone. The prevalence of periodontitis (PD) is reported to be 20-50% worldwide;(1) while the aggressive form of PD is found in less than 10% of the population/2,3). Periodontitis is a chronic infectious/inflammatory disease of multi-factorial etiology(4) with a number of risk factors that are shared with other chronic inflammatory conditions; increasing age, low socio-economic conditions, stress, increased body weight, dyslipidemia, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, cigarette smoking and Diabetes mellitus.(5-6) Systemic reviews have shown a clear association between PD and coronary heart diseases (CHD) emphasizing the need to consider PD as a risk factor for CHD.

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