High-quality instrumentation, effective self-care, appropriate reevaluations, and additional therapy are key to a successful periodontal treatment regimen.
This case report demonstrates that a twofold tunneling technique can yield predictable outcomes when treating multiple recession defects.
A discussion of the synergistic effects of shared decision making when managing periodontally involved furcations.
Use of digital workflows in implant treatment has improved diagnosis, case planning and surgical execution, leading to more predictable implant outcomes.
A discussion of using gingival crevicular fluid as a biomarker for assessing the risk and stages of periodontal disease, as well as other oral and systemic conditions.
Useful in various dental procedures, platelet rich fibrin promotes wound healing, guides epithelial cell migration, and can be used as an adjunct for bone and soft tissue regeneration.
Learning to identify and manage systemic conditions as part of a multidisciplinary team can improve outcomes in periodontal care.