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Figure 2: Types of complications seen among patients with type 2 diabetes (a) gingival recession, calculus deposit (crevical), gingivitis. (b) Calculus, stain, gingivitis, gingival recession, (c) Severe crevical teeth, abrasion, stain, gingival recession. (d) Crevical teeth abrasion, gingivitis, teeth attrition (molars), (e) Gingivitis, gingival recession, moderate abrasions, and attrition of molars. (f) Severe attrition (premolars and molar), missing teeth (Picture Source: ESI Hospital, Puducherry)

Figure 2: Types of complications seen among patients with type 2 diabetes (a) gingival recession, calculus deposit (crevical), gingivitis. (b) Calculus, stain, gingivitis, gingival recession, (c) Severe crevical teeth, abrasion, stain, gingival recession. (d) Crevical teeth abrasion, gingivitis, teeth attrition (molars), (e) Gingivitis, gingival recession, moderate abrasions, and attrition of molars. (f) Severe attrition (premolars and molar), missing teeth (Picture Source: ESI Hospital, Puducherry)