Can dry disease make gum atrophy
Xerosis does not atrophy gums. There are many causes of gingival atrophy, and the exact mechanism is not fully understood. Most of them are caused by periodontal disease. For example, there are more dental calculus and dental plaque on the tooth surface, which stimulate gums to form gingival atrophy. Patients with periodontal disease will be accompanied by alveolar bone absorption, which will aggravate the occurrence of gingival atrophy.
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