2015, Number 4
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ABSTRACTLupus erythematosus is a chronic autoimmune disease, which involves connective tissue. The multisystem commitment transforms to lupus erythematosus patients in high-risk individuals for dental treatment, so that must be individualized considerations for your attention. In oral cavity is observed in 2% to 80% of the patients oral ulcers, periodontal disease, oral thrush, immunosuppressive mucositis, Sjögren's syndrome and susceptibility to infections.
We report dental treatment in a girl with lupus erythematosus and dental decay, aiming to report specific and individualized interdisciplinary considerations before, during and after dental treatment.
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