Gingival Diseases: Their Aetiology, Prevention and Treatment


Fotinos Panagakos
Robin Davies


Gingival diseases are a family of distinct pathological entities that involve the gingival tissues. These signs and symptoms of these diseases are so prevalent in populations around the world that they are often considered to be “normal” features. The diseases are now classified into two main groups namely: Plaque-Induced and Non-Plaque Induced Gingival Diseases. This book provides dentists, dental hygienists, dental therapists and students with a comprehensive review of gingival diseases, their aetiology and treatment.

ISBN: 978-953-307-376-7

Published Date: 2011

Page Count: 240  , File Size: 48 Mb

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