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  1. Arti says:

    Although oral health and systemic health are frequently considered as separate entities, both are strongly interrelated. Consequently, it’s crucial for all health-care providers to know these interrelationships, inform patients of such conditions, and make appropriate referrals. In clinical practice, a case of gingivitis on an intact periodontium, or a reduced periodontium in a patient without a history of periodontitis, would be a patient with signs of gingival inflammation as defined above (Table 1). In clinical practice, a case of gingivitis on an intact periodontium, or a reduced periodontium in a patient without a

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