“Perforated family” should be alert to dental diseases

By | June 24, 2019

Xinhuanet Beijing May 26th A study by Tel Aviv University in Israel showed that perforation in the lips and tongue can cause serious dental problems.

According to a report by the German News Agency on the 26th, the project is aimed at 400 young people who are perforated at the tongue or lips and have an average age of 20 years. The study found that one in four of them had symptoms such as bleeding gums, and about 13.9% had broken teeth or other dental diseases.

It is reported that dental patients with perforation in the oral cavity are increasing, and dental professionals should be vigilant and provide appropriate health guidance for these patients.

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