Tooth Wear in Patients Treated With ART for HIV

08:00 EDT 19 Jul 2019 | Medscape

People living with HIV have an increased incidence of poor oral health. Do antiretroviral medications used in HIV treatment increase bruxism and negatively impact tooth wear?
BMC Oral Health

Original Article: Tooth Wear in Patients Treated With ART for HIV


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