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Figure 6: Papillon–Lefévre Syndrome showing: diffuse plantar keratoderma (a), Periodontitis and loss of teeth (b), panoramic radiograph showing hypodontia, alveolar bone resorption, and a “floating in the air” appearance of teeth (c)

Figure 6: Papillon–Lefévre Syndrome showing: diffuse plantar keratoderma (<i>a</i>), Periodontitis and loss of teeth (<i>b</i>), panoramic radiograph showing hypodontia, alveolar bone resorption, and a “floating in the air” appearance of teeth (<i>c</i>)