The mouth is a unique and intricate structure composed of various anatomical components that work together effectively to perform various functions. The oral cavity can be affected by various disorders, such as genetic diseases, infections, and metabolic disorders. A wide range of genetic disorders can affect the skeletal system, including craniofacial structures and teeth. These disorders exhibit a significant variety in terms of their causes when they show up, and how severe they are. Genetics is a significant risk factor in the development of oral diseases. It affects the pattern of inheritance, which can be dominant, recessive, or both. The transmission of genetic variation from one generation to the next is a significant contributor to the development of various diseases, having both direct and indirect impacts. Our study seeks to shed light on the genetic causes and symptoms of diseases that affect bone and mucosal tissues. We will also investigate the associated symptoms and explore the various diagnostic and treatment options available for these specific genetic disorders
Alsuraifi, Ali; Ayad, Abdullah; Husam, Yousif; Mohammed, Noor Alhuda R.; Mahdi, Fatimah H.; Mohammed, Jassem; Sulaiman, Zainab M.; and Kareem, Sarah
"Oral Disorders Attributed to Genetic Variants : Pathogenesis and Treatment,"
Al-Ameed Journal for Medical Research and Health Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.61631/3005-3188.1006