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Illustration of oral Infections caused by bacteria. Fusobacterium nucleatum, is an oral bacteria found in the dental plaque of humans. Associated with the periodontal gum disease. Actinomycosis. This Bacterial infection begins in the spaces between the teeth and gums and penetrates the surrounding muscle bone and skin of the face. Streptococcus oralis bacteria is found in the cavity of a human tooth. Streptococcus oralis is a type (genus) of spherical bacteria, that can colonize the throat and back of the mouth.
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