Oral Flora

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Oral Flora

  1. 1. Waleed K.O. Jaber Group: 35
  2. 2. The Normal Flora  In a healthy human, the internal tissues, e.g.blood, brain, muscle, etc. ,are normally free of microorganisms.  However, the surface tissues, i.e. ,skin and mucous membranes, are constantly incontact with environmental organisms and become readily colonized by various microbial species.  The mixture of organisms regularly found at any anatomical site is referred to as the normal flora, except by researchers in the field who prefer the term "indigenous microbiota“.
  3. 3. The Normal Flora  The normal flora of humans consists of a few eukaryotic fungi and protists, but bacteria are the most numerous and obvious microbial components of the normal flora.
  4. 4. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  5. 5. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  6. 6. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  7. 7. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  8. 8. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  9. 9. Bacteria commonly found on the surfaces oral mucosa.
  10. 10. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  11. 11. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  12. 12. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  13. 13. Normal Flora of the Oral Cavity
  14. 14. Associations Between Humans and the Normal Flora
  15. 15. Associations Between Humans and the Normal Flora
  16. 16. Associations Between Humans and the Normal Flora
  17. 17. Parasitic and pathogenic flora
  18. 18. Commensal relationship
  19. 19. Tissue specificity
  20. 20. Tissue specificity
  21. 21. Tissue specificity
  22. 22. Tissue specificity
  23. 23. Tissue specificity
  24. 24. Beneficial Effects of the Normal Flora
  25. 25. Beneficial Effects of the Normal Flora
  26. 26. Beneficial Effects of the Normal Flora
  27. 27. Beneficial Effects of the Normal Flora
  28. 28. Beneficial Effects of the Normal Flora
  29. 29. Beneficial Effects of the Normal Flora
  30. 30. Biofilm formation
  31. 31. Biofilm formation
  32. 32. Biofilm: Dental Plaque
  33. 33. Biofilm: Dental Plaque
  34. 34. Biofilm: Dental Plaque

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