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Can Paget's disease cause oral health problems in women?

Paget's disease is a rare disorder that causes abnormal development of the bones. The jawbones could be affected, and this could cause some oral health problems such as bite misalignment, jaw fractures, or tooth loss if teeth become loose. Bone deformities might occur, and bleeding could be a complication.

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