EFP Dossier on Periodontal Disease
A PDF document bringing together all the results from the EFP Prevention Workshops. It's aimed at patients rather than professionals.
Summing up the European Gum Health Day 2017
A summary report by Filippo Graziani, European Gum Health Day 2017 coordinator, Xavier Struillou, European Gum Health Day 2018 coordinator, Santi Quinones, EFP communications coordinator. The report also includes an annex detailing the activities in the countries that took part.
Impact of the global burden of periodontal diseases on health, nutrition and wellbeing of mankind: A call for global action
Journal of Clinical Peridontology. May 2017
Maurizio Tonetti, Søren Jepsen, Lijan Jin & Joan Otomo-Corgel
This article is the final version of the “Perio Focus green paper” issued in January 2016 and circulated for stakeholder consultation by the EFP. The paper has been endorsed by the EFP, the Asian Pacific Society of Periodontology, the Ibero-Panamerican Society of Periodontics, the International Academy of Periodontology, and by 46 national societies of periodontology. It is also supported by the American Academy of Periodontology.
EFP statement on media coverage of flossing efficacy
A statement by Prof Iain Chapple, Secretary General, European Federation of Periodontology on the recent media coverage on flossing.
Standards for reporting chronic periodontitis prevalence and severity in epidemiologic studies
Proposed standards from the Joint EU/USA Periodontal Epidemiology Working Group
Authors: Birte Holtfreter, Jasim M. Albandar, Thomas Dietrich, Bruce A. Dye, Kenneth A. Eaton, Paul I. Eke, Panos N. Papapanou, Thomas Kocher
Until now, variations in protocols and definitions of periodontal disease across the world have hindered the efficient international exchange of scientific literature.
A group of experts - the Joint EU/USA Periodontal Epidemiology Working Group - is now proposing a solution to this problem: a set of guidelines which will allow periodontal scientists to compare the prevalence of periodontal disease across different studies, population groups, and countries. These guidelines, once accepted by the international periodontal community, will help deliver consistent reporting of future epidemiological studies concerning periodontitis.
This is page is for you if you are interested in sharing your knowledge and expertise about periodontal health with the public and learning from the experience.
First European Workshop in Periodontal Education
Click on the link for more information and a link to these important papers.
A Chronological History of the European Federation of Periodontology
EFP Guidelines for Seeking the Speciality in Periodontology
Prof. Mariano Sanz
17 May 2010