THE EFFECT OF HYPERTENSION ON THE LITERAL CELLS LINING THE CHEEK AREA IN THE MOUTH
The current study aimed to study the effect of high blood pressure on the squamous cells lining the mouth for the cheek area. The results showed that there were many changes in the shape of the cells and the infiltration of inflammatory cells. Which concludes that high pressure affects the composition of cells and thus affects oral health, previous studies indicated a relationship between gum disease and high blood pressure. We can know gum disease as a condition known as periodontitis. Specifically, people with gum disease are 20 percent less likely to reach normal blood pressure levels than healthy patients Oral. The researchers stated that patients with periodontal disease may need to have their blood pressure monitored closely, while those diagnosed with hypertension, or persistently high blood pressure, may benefit from a referral to a dentist.
Keywords: Hypertension, Oral Disease, Gum Treatment