Oral Health Case Reports

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Aggressive Periodontitis Associated With Gingival Tuberculosis: What Diagnosis and Therapeutic Features?


Elfarouki M*, Himmiche M, Amine K, Mikou S, Kissa J and Elouazzani A

Aggressive periodontitis is a destructive disease involving multiple teeth with a distinctive pattern of periodontal tissue loss; a high rate of disease progression. As long as it is explained as a destructive disease, the presence of a gingival increase cannot be considered as a constant sign of this disease, and can signal the coexistence of other infections or other diseases which may be more important. Screen in the patient and which may in certain considerations even be life-threatening for the patient; in this article, we will try to explain through a clinical case, the diagnosis and therapeutic approach to be followed in a case combining aggressive periodontitis with a specific infection


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