Five-year study shows single immediate implants have high survival rate but can lead to aesthetic complications – JCP Digest
A five-year prospective study on single immediate implants in the aesthetic zone has concluded that this kind of implant has a high survival rate and limited marginal bone loss in the long term.
Portugal: Students hand out information in three cities
Twenty-five students of periodontology took to the streets of three Portuguese cities on May 12 to hand out information about periodontal health to the public.
Leading researchers call for global action on prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal disease
A call for global action to reduce the impact of the burden of periodontal diseases on health and well-being has been issued in a health-policy paper published this month in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology (JCP), the EFP’s scientific journal.
Spain: Report on periodontal health and sport
The Spanish Society of Periodontology and Osseointegration (SEPA) celebrated European Gum Health Day 2017 with the presentation of a report on periodontal health and sports performance.
Denmark: students target commuters with leaflets
Students from Aarhus University handed out leaflets and other printed material at Aarhus Central Station, in the main activity for European Gum Health Day organised by the Danish Society of Periodontology.
Finland: press articles and emphasis on EFP Manifesto
The Finnish Society of Periodontology used European Gum Health Day as a call to action to encourage periodontists and other oral-health professionals to sign the EFP Manifesto: Perio and General Health.