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Special issue of Perio Insight explains new classification of periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions
The latest issue of Perio Insight, the EFP’s quarterly science magazine, is devoted to the new classification of periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions.
EFP News bulletin focuses on EuroPerio9 and success of European Gum Health Day
The latest issue of EFP News, the twice-yearly bulletin from the European Federation of Periodontology, gives pride of place to a preview of EuroPerio9, the subject of three separate articles:
Latest issues of JCP Digest cover periodontitis treatment strategies, phenotypes, and peri-implant surgery
The latest three issues of JCP Digest have been published, bringing to a conclusion the series of 12 magazines offering summaries of research published during 2017 in the EFP’s scientific journal the Journal of Clinical Periodontology (JCP).
EuroPerio9 congress app can now be downloaded
The EFP and its professional congress organiser Mondial Congress & Events have launched a special EuroPerio9 application for mobile devices that offers a wide range of features.
JCP Digest: New surgical procedure shows promise in regeneration of deep intrabony defects
Various flap designs – such as the modified papilla-preservation and the modified minimally invasive surgical techniques – have been proposed in reconstructive therapies to improve primary closure and prevent early wound-healing failure.
EFP releases updated and expanded dossier on periodontal disease
The EFP has published a revised version of its extensive dossier on periodontal disease, to provide periodontal professionals, general dentists, and other health professionals with the latest information and insight.
JCP Digest: Periodontal therapy – with or without adjunctive systemic antimicrobials – can have positive effect on metabolic status
Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease that may contribute to increasing the risk of insulin resistance, type-2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. In addition, periodontitis has been associated with metabolic syndrome (MetS).