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Partial extraction therapy and implant treatment in the maxilla

Various techniques and methods based either on grafting of the fresh extraction socket (ridge preservation) with different materials and delayed implant ...

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Research identifies potential novel treatment for managing periodontal disease

LONDON, UK: Though our understanding of the causes of and potential treatments for periodontal disease has advanced substantially in recent decades, new ...

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Researchers developing rapid test for periodontal disease

BIRMINGHAM, UK: The link between periodontal disease and a range of systemic health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and ...

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Oral-B and Straumann alliance officially launched with highly-anticipated jointly sponsored session at EuroPerio10

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Two weeks after the official announcement, Oral-B and Straumann kicked off their landmark alliance with a jointly sponsored scientific ...

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Artificial intelligence shows promise for detecting periodontal status in bitewing radiographs

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Researchers in Turkey have examined the extent to which deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms are able to identify ...

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Researchers developing 3D ultrasound system for accurate, safe diagnosis of dental disease

EDMONTON, Canada: A team of researchers at the University of Alberta has secured funding to develop a 3D ultrasound device that would allow dentists to ...

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Less CHX—new generation of mouthwashes is changing therapy

KRIENS, Switzerland: Chlorhexidine digluconate (CHX) is considered the gold standard among oral antiseptics, but its use comes with a number of side ...

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Gum Health Day 2022 focuses on new guidelines for periodontal disease prevention and treatment

BRUSSELS, Belgium/BIRMINGHAM, UK: Treat your gums” is the slogan for Gum Health Day 2022, a worldwide awareness campaign organised by the European ...

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New research outlines vaping’s unique connection to periodontal disease

NEW YORK, US: Smoking tobacco has long been known to be detrimental to oral health, but the risks of newer simulations of smoking such as vaping are less ...

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Simple and inexpensive—xylitol chewing gum reduced preterm births in research

HOUSTON, US/LILONGWE, Malawi: Studies have shown a link between maternal periodontal disease and preterm birth—delivery before the 37th week of pregnancy....

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Tenet: Time inversion applied to dentistry

Time travel—two words that sound odd in an article on dentistry, but are a daily reality for all health professionals. Ageing concerns all patients who ...

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Predictable immediate guided implant placement and provisionalisation

When a patient presents to your dental practice with questionable and/or non-restorable teeth requiring full-mouth extractions, the greatest concern is ...

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Irregular dental visits and deteriorating periodontal health in Denmark

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: In a recent study, researchers aimed to examine periodontal care behaviours among dental patients in Denmark. Additionally, the ...

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Links between oral microbiome, genetic variations and periodontitis examined in new study

OKAYAMA, Japan: Since periodontitis has been linked to systemic health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease, ...

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EuroPerio: EFP launches virtual series, provides outlook for 2022 congress

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Amid the global pandemic, the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) decided to defer the EuroPerio10 congress, which had ...

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Children with immune deficiencies more likely to develop periodontal disease

LONDON, UK: Primary immunodeficiency (PID) is characterised by a missing or poorly functioning part of the body’s immune system. Inherent from birth or ...

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World Diabetes Day—A dental perspective

LEIPZIG, Germany: Although most of the world’s population continues to focus its attention on the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now more important than ever to...

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Periodontal status may play role in COVID-19 severity

LOS ANGELES, U.S.: The link between periodontal disease and systemic conditions such as cardiovascular disease is, by now, well established in the ...

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Study shows sharp decrease in periodontal treatment and tooth loss in Norway

OSLO, Norway: Periodontal disease is a global health issue, and many countries consistently report high levels of the disease among the population. The ...

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Periodontitis may double chances of cognitive decline, study says

MINNEAPOLIS, U.S.: Scientists have frequently linked some forms of periodontal disease with other inflammatory diseases, and now a new study has suggested ...

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EFP publishes first international consensus guidelines for periodontitis treatment

BRUSSELS, Belgium: In 2018, the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) released a new global classification system for periodontal health, diseases and...

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The role of interdental cleaning for oral health, general health and quality of life

Recent research shows that oral health is an essential prerequisite for people’s well-being and quality of life. In order to reach the global goals for ...

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Periodontist Dr Chris Barker talks successful periodontitis treatment

Dr Chris Barker is an experienced periodontist who provides the full scope of specialist periodontics. On Thursday, 9 April, he will be presenting a webinar...

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EFP and WHF release consensus report on links between periodontal and cardiovascular health

BRUSSELS, Belgium/GENEVA, Switzerland: Though various associations between periodontal health and cardiovascular health have previously been explored, a ...

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Study suggests relationship between periodontitis and vitamin D

OTTAWA, Ontario, Canada: There are many reasons why vitamin D is essential to the body’s proper functioning. The vitamin is helpful for maintaining ...

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Researchers find link between obesity and periodontal disease

CLEVELAND, U.S.: Obesity and periodontal disease remain the most common noncommunicable diseases in the U.S. A recent study has explored the effect of ...

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New biodegradable rods may deliver better antibiotic treatment for periodontitis patients

HALLE (SAALE), Germany: As has been well established, the prevalence of periodontal disease globally remains quite high despite increased awareness of the ...

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Interview: Prof. Phoebus Madianos next EuroPerio chairman

Prof. Phoebus Madianos is a professor of in the Department of Periodontics and Dean of the School of Dentistry at the National and Kapodistrian University ...

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Research to examine possible links between periodontal disease and oral cancer

PLYMOUTH, UK: As worldwide oral cancer rates continue to climb, our understanding of what causes the disease to occur, thankfully, also continues to grow. ...

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Researchers to develop biodegradable strip and gel to prevent bone loss in periodontitis

NEW YORK, U.S.: In a step that may help redefine the treatment of periodontitis, researchers at New York University College of Dentistry (NYU Dentistry) ...

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