Vitamin D and Periodontal Disease

V.V. Povoroznyuk, I.P. Mazur, V.Ye. Novoshitsky

Abstract


D vitamine metabolites are necessary nutrients for the human body, they perform important functions. Vitamin D deficiency leads to the development of many somatic diseases, as well as diseases of the periodontal tissues. Pleiotropic effects of vitamin D on periodontal tissues include the impact on parodontopatogens, regulation of the immune response and metabolism of the skeletal system.


Keywords


vitamin D; periodontitis; parodontopatogens; bone tissue; alveolar bone; immune system

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-1507.3.11.2013.82337

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