Case Report| Volume 19, ISSUE 3, PB3, March 2018

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A Case of Peri-mucositis: The Importance of the Oral Cavity Exam in Evaluating New Behavioral Disturbance in a Patient with Advanced Dementia

      With the growth in the aging population, poor dentition and the incidence of dental implants is on the rise. Dental implants have a high association with peri-mucositis and peri-implantitis, which is a source of discomfort in patients and can be a source of agitation and cause of behavioral disturbance in patients with dementia who cannot verbalize their discomfort.
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