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One of the most important clinical aspects of periodontal disease is the periodontal pocket. It is bounded on one side by the tooth, on the other by ulcerated epithelium, and at its base by the junctional epithelium. A periodontal pocket is a region of the mouth that is difficult to reach for plaque clearance. In order to design a more precise treatment strategy and avoid the advancement of periodontal disorders, a full understanding of periodontal pocket aetiology is required.