Bioenergetics in Clinical Medicine II. Adjunctive Treatment with Coenzyme Q in Periodontal Therapy
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Ubiquinone is beneficial to oral tissue
Edward Wilkinson, Ralph M. Arnold, Karl Folkers, Inge Hansen, Hiroe Kishi
Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology
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Eight patients under routine care for periodontol disease received oral treatment with a form of coenzyme Q. The severity of their periodontal disease decreased with treatment and unexpectedly, the pocket depths in their gums decreased as well. Healing was so excellent that 5-7 days after the biopsy, the original biopsy sites were difficult to locate. The healing was viewed as extraordinarily effective. Treatment of periodontol disease with coenzyme Q should be considered as added treatment with current dental practice.