Non-Inflammatory Destructive Periodontal Disease
José Ricardo Kina1, *, Thaís Yumi Umeda Suzuki2, Eunice Fumico Umeda Kina3, Juliana Kina4, Mônica Kina3
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2016
First Page: 50
Last Page: 57
Publisher ID: TODENTJ-10-50
Article History:Received Date: 27/12/2014
Revision Received Date: 17/9/2015
Acceptance Date: 27/10/2015
Electronic publication date: 10/3/2016
Collection year: 2016
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Non-Inflammatory Destructive Periodontal Disease (NIDPD), is a severe destructive periodontal disease, that is characterized by the attachment loss and alveolar bone loss, without signs of the gingival inflammation, and the periodontal pocket development.
Despite the fact that various cases of NIDPD have been reported; their etiology and disease evolution is still indefinite, and therefore, are open for discussion.
An NIDPD case was studied in order to demonstrate features of the disease, and discuss the possible etiology and treatment.
In this clinical case, the etiology of NIDPD seems to be an association of endogenous opportunist bacteria with anatomical aspects, occlusion pattern, emotional stress and mouth breathing condition.
In spite of all cases described in the literature are comparable and may have similar etiology as related in this clinical case, additional research is needed to identify and clarify the role of the etiologic factors which determine the disease.