‘Peri-implantitis shows progressive pattern of bone loss’ – JCP Digest
Peri-implantitis shows a progressive pattern of bone loss and in most cases detectable bone loss occurs within the first three years after implant loading, according to a study summarised in the EFP’s research summary JCP Digest.
Latest edition of JCP Digest focuses on costs of retaining periodontally compromised teeth
The latest edition of JCP Digest, the EFP’s research summary, has been published, focussing on the retention costs of periodontally compromised teeth.
Periodontitis in patients with chronic kidney disease ‘is associated with higher mortality risk’
Periodontitis in patients who have chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with a higher risk of mortality than having the disease without periodontitis, according to a study featured in the JCP Digest, the EFP’s research summary.
EFP will hold joint workshop next February with International Diabetes Federation
The EFP is organising a special joint workshop with the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) that will explore the links between periodontal disease and diabetes.
Latest ‘Perio Greats’ interview features Giovan Paolo Pini Prato, expert in guided tissue regeneration
The latest interview in the EFP’s “Perio Greats” series features Prof Giovan Paolo Pini Prato from the University of Florence, a world-renowned expert in periodontal surgery.
Experts gather in Spain for EFP Perio Workshop 2016 on relationship between caries and periodontal diseases
European experts from two areas of dentistry come together on November 6 to 9 for the EFP Perio Workshop 2016, which will focus on the relationship between caries and periodontal diseases.
New series of JCP Digest begins with study of Aa. JP2 clone and risk of periodontitis in Moroccan children
The first issue of a new series of the EFP’s research summary the JCP Digest has been published, offering a concise account of a study of the presence of the JP2 clone of the bacterium Aggregatibacter Actinomycetemcomitans (Aa.) among Moroccan children.