What are the major origins of 0dontogenic infections ?

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USUALLY ANAEROBES . ARE. THE. MAIN. PATHOGENS. IN. THE ORAL. CAVITY.. WHICH LEAD. TO.... ODONTOGENIC. .INFECTIONS SO. ANY. INTRAORAL. . PATHOLOGY. . CAN. PROGRESS. INTO. ODONTOGENIC. INFECTION. IN ........ THE. PRESENCE. OF PEPTOSTREPTOCOCCI AND BACTEROIDS. .. .IF. LEFT UNTREATED. IN. TIME

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Dental caries leads to odontogenic infections.

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The two major sources of odontogenic infection are periapical disease, which occurs as a consequence of pulpal necrosis and periodontal disease.

Dental caries,the master of all undoubtedly... Rct failures.. Pericoronitis... TFO....

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Bad oral hygiene and negligence of intial factor which leads to infection

Dental caries Radicular infection

Caries, trauma, pdl infections, retrograde infections (rare cause).

Dental caries, PDL infection, RCT failure

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