The new model of periodontal disease indicates that low-abundance bacteria critical for dysbiosis are now known as keystone pathogens, the best-documented example of which is Porphyromonas gingivalis. Dr. Richard Nagelberg explains how P. gingivalis elevates the virulence of the entire community following interactive communication with accessory pathogens.

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