What is normal oral flora?


n.pl The varying types of bacteria that are usually present in the mouth.
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actinomyces, neisseria, porphyromonas.
n.pl the bacteria living in various parts of the alimentary canal. flora, fusospirochetal, n.pl the microorganisms F. fusiforme and B. vincentii. Present in most individuals as normal
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