rapidly progressive periodontitis


rapidly progressive periodontitis
generalized periodontitis occurring after puberty and before the age of 30 to 35 in those who may or may not have had juvenile periodontitis, characterized by severe and rapid bone destruction, which may progress to abscess formation and tooth loss, or may enter a short or prolonged dormant period.

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