Review Paper - Research and Reports in Pulmonology (2022) Volume 3, Issue 6
Polymicrobial Infectious Ailments: Chief aggravation of Pulmonary Diseases.
A variety of polymicrobial infection conditions known as periodontal diseases, including gingivitis and periodontitis, affect the tissues that support the teeth and have been associated to exacerbating a number of pulmonary conditions. A major portion of poor quality of life and mortality is caused by lung disorders like pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, TB, covid-19, and bronchiectasis. It's crucial to continue to focus on the link between periodontal disease and lung outcomes. The mouth, lungs, and other areas of the body are home to a variety of bacteria. To change the aspiration of oral periodontopathic bacteria into the lungs and alter inflammatory reactions, changes in the normal micro flora brought on by oral disease, ageing, lifestyle choices, or dental intervention may be responsible. In the same way, periodontal disorders are linked to the steady loss in lung volume measured by spirometry. According to several studies, periodontal therapy may improve lung function by reducing the frequency of exacerbations, reducing the risk of adverse respiratory events, and reducing morbidity.Author(s): Jennifer Klutz