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Inflammation and Bleeding

This may be a stupid question but…. can a patient still have inflammation and bleeding without calculus being present?



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Yes, absolutely! Inflammation and bleeding are responses to bacteria and the infection that ensues. Bacteria is present without calculus, as calculus is just hardened/calcified plaque. Not a stupid question!

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