Relationship Between Sulcular Sulfide Level and Oral Malodor in Subjects with Periodontal Disease

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Relationship Between Sulcular Sulfide Level and Oral Malodor in Subjects with Periodontal Disease
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Article Notes:
Periodontal disease
Author(s):
Manabu Morita, Hom-Lay Wang
Published By:
Journal of Clinical Periodontology
Date Published:
January, 2001
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SUMMARY:
As a result of this study of 81 participants, it was determined that the volume of tongue coating, extent of periodontal disease, pocket depth levels in the gums, and a scraping score of the tongue were significantly associated with bad breath. Specifically, the amount of coating on the tongue and the percent of sites on the gums that bleed during probing were positively connected to bad breath.

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