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Periodontitis:

Gum diseases constitute one of the major global oral health burdens, and periodontitis remains a major cause of tooth loss in adults worldwide. Severe periodontitis exists in 5-20% of adult populations, and most children and adolescents exhibit signs of gingivitis. When gingivitis is not treated, it can advance to periodontitis and untreated periodontitis will eventually result in tooth loss and may increase the risk of stroke, heart attack and other common health problems. There are several solutions to this problem which are as follows:

(1.) to identify high-risk forms of gingivitis that progress to periodontitis

(2.) to detect disease activity and predict treatment to prevent the diseases effectively

(3.) to create awareness by providing information on the effects of integration of periodontal health as a part of the health care program designed to promote general health and prevent chronic diseases

Actinobacillus Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans is the causative agent of localized aggressive periodontitis and endocarditis. So to prevent periodontitis, these bacteria should be inhibited. Several articles are found on these bacteria about losing its viability when the cultured media required to support bacteria is prepared and sterilized by autoclaving while microwave sterilization of growth medium alleviates inhibition of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans. One difference between autoclaved and microwaved media is that the autoclaved media are darker brown in color, which is known to be due to the Maillard reaction products such as some aldehydes formed in between the reaction which are responsible for inhibition of growth of bacteria.

So using these concept , we can say there are many spices which are abundantly found in nature as well as economical and whose chief chemical constituents are aldehydes ... For example…...

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