Oral Infections

Maxillofacial infections are not rare and could be considered as a public health problem due to their great potential of spreading to important and vital anatomical structures, such as the respiratory system and mediastinum, increasing the risk of septicaemia and death for the affected patients. Infections are spread to or occur in almost all organs in our body. Oral candidiasis is one of the infectious diseases of maxillofacial region. It is the most common fungal infection that occurs in the mouth. They can be viral, fungal, parasitic and bacterial infections  and usually occurs in immune compromised individuals. Individuals who have undergone a transplant, HIV, cancer or use corticosteroids commonly develop candida of the mouth and oral cavity. There are also studies identifies uncontrolled diabetes mellitus as an important indicator of clinical features and outcomes in treating multispace infections of the oral-maxillofacial region.

 

  • Bacterial Infections
  • Fungal Diseases
  • Parasitic Diseases
  • Viral Diseases

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