MANAGEMENT OF LOCALIZED AGGRESSIVE PERIODONTITIS BY RESECTIVE AND REGENERATIVE METHODS
Keywords:Aggressive, regeneration, resection
Aggressive periodontitis is a group of infrequent types of periodontal diseases with rapid attachment loss and bone destruction, which are initiated at a young age. It has received considerable attention due to its peculiar clinical presentation, occurring around puberty, with an apparent lack of local factors such as heavy amounts of plaque and calculus, in patients with reasonably good oral hygiene. Here, we are reporting the management of a 22 years old male patient with good oral hygiene but complained of mobility and pain in selected teeth.
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