Gingival disease

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Gingival disease
Classification and external resources
MeSH D005882

A gingival disease is a disorder primarily affecting the gingiva.

An example is gingivitis.


Dental plaque accumulates at the surfaces when proper cleaning and maintaining is not done. There is inflammation due to the bacteria released from the toxins. calculus forms and if not removed, causes this disease.[1]