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Periodontal disease before and after fractures of the mandible

Published:November 21, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjoms.2022.09.016
      We found interest in the paper of Janaphan et al. and their study on the role of periodontal disease in fractures of the mandible. [
      • Janaphan K.
      • Hashem I.
      • Smith C.
      • Holmes S.
      • Chatzopoulou D.
      Periodontal Disease as a Primary Cause of Surgical Site Infection in Fractures of the Mandible – is smoking a confounding variable?.
      ]
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        • Hashem I.
        • Smith C.
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        Periodontal Disease as a Primary Cause of Surgical Site Infection in Fractures of the Mandible – is smoking a confounding variable?.
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