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Periodontal Membrane

Summary Information: Periodontal Membrane

Periodontal Membrane: The periodontal membrane is a membrane that attaches a tooth's root to the jaw bone. The periodontal membrane is somewhat elastic and allows for a limited amount of movement of the tooth in the tooth socket. Conditions that afflict the periodontal membrane include broken teeth and periodontal disease.

Closely Related Organs: Periodontal Membrane

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Periodontal Membrane

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Periodontal Membrane

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