Latest issue of JCP Digest focuses on generalised aggressive periodontitis
Generalised aggressive periodontitis (GAgP) is characterised by rapid attachment loss and bone resorption in the inter-proximal areas of more than three permanent teeth, other than first molars and incisors.
EFP and AAP bring experts together to review disease classification in world perio workshop that will have big impact
One of the most important events in recent years in the science of periodontology opens in Chicago on November 9, bringing together more than a hundred experts from across the world in a workshop whose effects are likely to be far-reaching and long-lasting.
EFP to stage Perio Master Clinic in Hong Kong in 2019
The EFP is planning to hold a Perio Master Clinic in Hong Kong in March 2019 in partnership with the Hong Kong Society of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, as it seeks to strengthen its engagement to support worldwide periodontal health.
Oral Health and Pregnancy project offers clear guidelines for professionals and women
Clear guidelines and answers to many commonly asked questions are provided by the Oral Health and Pregnancy portal, recently launched by the EFP in partnership with Oral-B.
L-PRF as a socket-filling material for ridge preservation is beneficial – JCP Digest
The use of leucocyte and platelet rich fibrin (L-PRF) as a socket-filling material for ridge preservation is beneficial when compared to natural healing, according to a clinical trial whose results have been summarised for the JCP Digest, the EFP’s research summary.
Oral health and pregnancy project offers educational videos, interviews with experts, and clear infographics
The Oral Health and Pregnancy portal, recently launched by the EFP in partnership with Oral-B, features a series of videos in which leading experts explain the importance of oral health during pregnancy.
Coronally advanced flap surgery is more effective in treating certain multiple gingival recessions when combined with connective tissue graft – JCP Digest
Gingival recession is a common problem and patients often ask for treatment – especially in the anterior maxillary area – for aesthetic reasons.