Pathophysiology of Dental and Oral disorders

Pathophysiology of Dental and Oral disorders: In General, the overall changes in the case of Dental problems will be more prominent in the Dental region. The physiological consequences may be due to the bacteria present in the cavities which slowly tends to involve in the breakdown and degradation of the teeth. Mutans Streptococci is the common bacteria which is present in the cavities and thus during its process of breaking down of the teeth, it releases an acid which can be harmful to the body at an increased extent of the release. Inflammation of the Tooth can also cause problems in the rest of the body.

  • Demineralization and Remineralisation
  • The collapse of the Entire Structure of Tooth
  • Chewing Problems
  • Dental health and Diabetes


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