Production of Volatile Sulfur Compounds in Periodontal Pockets

Periodontal Disease, Gum Disease Chlorine Dioxide is beneficial to periodontal (gum) health
 
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Production of Volatile Sulfur Compounds in Periodontal Pockets
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Article Notes:
Chlorine Dioxide is beneficial to periodontal (gum) health
Author(s):
J. Carlsson, R. Claesson, S. Persson
Published By:
International Association for Dental Research Symposium on Oral Malodor
Date Published:
April, 1991
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SUMMARY:
Periodontal pockets in the gums have a high capacity to produce volatile sulfur compounds, hydrogen sulfide, and methyl mercaptan all of which are known to cause bad breath.

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