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J Syiah Kuala Dent Soc
Body Mass Index (BMI) is very related to various periodontal index such as attachment loss, pocket depth, gingival bleeding and calculus index according to a survey conducted in the United States (the third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey/NHANES III). This study aimed to determine the Periodontal Treatment Needs of obese patients in FKG RSGM UNPAD. This kind of research is descriptive survey method, obtained a total of 15 obese subjects according to the criteria of BMI (Bodyfatcat:syclmxs365h2raym5lu7lqmdre