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PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 1


OCCLUSION AND RESTORATIVE &

SPLINTING CONSIDERATION


DR. WEATHERFORD,III

1. Mercurio AR Nervous Control of Occlusion.

Dent Clin No Amer 25:381–394, July 1981.

J Periodont Res 14:185–203, 1979.


2. Goldman H Gingival Vascular Supply in Induced Occlusal Traumatism.

Oral Surg 9:939–941, 1956.


3. Wentz FM, Experimental Occlusal Trauma Imitating Cuspal Interferences.

Jarabak J and J Periodont 29:117–127, 1958.

Orban B
4. Glickman I Clinical Significance of Trauma from Occlusion.

JADA 70:607–618, 1965.


5. Glickman I and The Combined Effects of Inflammation and Trauma From Occlusion in

Smulow J Periodontitis. Int Dent J 19:393–407, 1969.


6. Waerhaug J The Angular Bone Defect and its Relationship to Trauma from Occlusion and Downgrowth of Subgingival Plaque. J Clin Periodontol 6:61–82, 1979.
7. Waerhaug J The Infrabony Pocket and its Relationship to Trauma from Occlusion and Subgingival Plaque. J Periodont. 50:355–365, 1979.
8. Weisgold A S Occlusion: Review of Various Concepts. The Probe 16(9):373–380. March 1975.
9. Isaacson D A Biology Concept of Occlusion. J Prevent Dent 3:12–16, 1976.
10. Lindhe J, et al Trauma from Occlusion, Chapter 8, pg. 240–257 in Textbook of Clinical Periodontology. (ed. J. Lindhe) Munksgaard, 2nd ed. 1989.
or
Trauma from Occlusion, Chapter 8, pg. 279-295 in Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry (ed. J Lindhe, T Karring and NP Lang). Munksgaard. 1998.
PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 2

OCCLUSION AND PERIODONTAL DIAGNOSIS I
DR. WEATHERFORD

1. Polson AM, Trauma and Progression of Marginal Periodontitis in Squirrel Monkeys. I.

Kennedy JE & Co–Destructive Factors of Periodontitis and Thermally–Produced Injury.

Zander HA J Periodont Res 9:100–107, 1974.


2. Polson AM, Trauma and Progression of Marginal Periodontitis in Squirrel Monkeys. II.

Kennedy JE & Co–Destructive Factors of Periodontitis and Mechanically Produced Injury.

Zander HA J Periodont Res 9:108–113, 1974.
3. Meitner S & Co-Destructive Factors of Marginal Periodontitis and Repetitive Mechanical

Polson AM Injury. J Dent Res 54 (Special Issue C):C78-C85, 1975.


4. Polson AM, Trauma and Progression of Marginal Periodontitis in Squirrel Monkeys. III.

Meitner SW & Adaptation of Interproximal Alveolar Bone to Repetitive Injury.

Zander HA J Periodont Res 11:279–289, 1976.

5. Polson AM, Trauma and Progression of Marginal Periodontitis in Squirrel Monkeys. IV.

Meitner SW & Reversibility of Bone Loss Due to Trauma Alone and Trauma Superimposed

Zander HA Upon Periodontitis. J Periodont Res 11:290–298, 1976.


6. Kantor M, Alveolar Bone Regeneration After Removal of Inflammatory and Traumatic

Polson AM & Factors. J Periodontol 47:687–695, 1976.

Zander HA
7. Polson AM & Occlusion and Periodontal Disease. Dent Clin No Amer 24:783–795, 1980.

Heij LC
8. Perrier M & The Effect of Progressive and Increasing Tooth Hypermobility on Reduced but

Polson AM Healthy Periodontal Supporting Tissues. J Periodontol 53:152–157, 1982.
9. Polson AM Effect of Periodontal Trauma Upon Intrabony Pockets.

Zander HA, et al J Periodontol 54:586–591, 1983.


10. Polson AM The Relative Importance of Plaque and Occlusion in Periodontal Disease.

J Clin Periodontol 13:923-927, 1986.


11. Polson AM Interrelationship of Inflammation and Tooth Mobility (Trauma) In Pathogenesis of Periodontal Disease. J Clin Periodontol 7:351-360, 1980.
12. Svanberg G & Experimental Tooth Hypermobility in the Dog. A Methodological Study.

Lindhe J Odont Revy 24:269–282, 1973.


13. Svanberg G Influence of Trauma From Occlusion on the Periodontium of Dogs with

Lindhe J & Normal of Inflamed Gingivae. Odont Revy 25:1–14, 1974.


14. Lindhe J & Influence of Trauma From Occlusion on Progression of Experimental

Svanberg G Periodontitis in the Beagle Dog. J Clin Periodontol 1:3–14, 1974.


15. Lindhe J & Vascular Reaction in the Periodontal Ligament Incident to Trauma From

Svanberg G Occlusion. J Clin Periodontol 1:58–69, 1974.

16. Lindhe J & The Influence of Trauma From Occlusion on Reduced But Healthy Periodontal

Ericsson I Tissues in Dogs. J Clin Periodontol 3:110–122, 1976.
17. Lindhe J & Lack of Effect of Trauma From Occlusion on the Recurrence of Experimental

Ericsson I Periodontitis. J Clin Periodontol 4:113–127, 1977.


18. Ericcson I & The Combined Effects of Plaque and Physical Stress on Periodontal Tissues.

Lindhe J J Clin Periodontol 13:918–922, 1986.


19. Ericsson I & Periodontal Ligament Tissue Reaction to Trauma and Gingival Inflammation.

Lindhe J An Experiment Study in the Beagle Dog. J Clin Periodontol 22(10):772-779, 1995 October.


20. Kaufman H, et al The Influence of Trauma from Occlusion on the Bacterial Repopulation of Periodontal Pockets in Dogs. J Periodontol 55:86-92, 1984.
21. Ramfjord SP Significance of Occlusion in the Etiology and Treatment of Early, Moderate

& Ash MM and Advanced Periodontitis. J Periodontol 52:511-517, 1981.


22. Pihlstrom BL, Association Between Signs of Trauma from Occlusion and Periodontitis.

et al J Periodontol 57:1-6, 1986.


23. Jin LJ Clinical Diagnosis of Trauma from Occlusion and Its Relation with Severity of

& Cao CF Periodontitis. J Clin Periodontol 19:92-97, 1992.


24. Chasens AI Controversies in Occlusions. Dent Clin of No Amer 34:111-123, Jan 1990.
25. Burgett FG, et al A Randomized Trial of Occlusal Adjustment in the Treatment of Periodontitis Patients. J Clin Periodontol 19:381-387, 1992.
26. Neiderud AM, Probing Pocket Depth at Mobile/Nonmobile Teeth.

Ericsson I & J Clin Periodontol 19:754-759, 1992.

Lindhe J.
27. Nevins Myron, Ed. Section III. Occlusal Treatment. pg I-IV. Consensus Reports and Discussion. Section III.
28. Periodontal Literature Reviews. 1996. Section 6, pg 89-93.
29. Svanberg G, et al Occlusal Considerations in Periodontology. Perio 2000 Vol 9, pg 106-117, 1995.
30. Gher Marlin Nonsurgical Pocket Therapy. Annals 1996, I:567-580. Vol 1 #1.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 3

IMPLICATION OF TOOTH MOVEMENT


DR. RAFFERTY/STADEKER
1. Hallmon WW, et al. Periodontic-Orthodontic Relationships. Periodontal Literature Reviews. 13:226-230.
2. Goldman H & Gianelly A Histology of tooth movement. Dent Clin No Amer 16(3):439-448, July 1972.
3. Weiss R Physiology of adult tooth movement. Dent Clin No Amer 16(3):449-457, July, 1972.
4. Seiders G Orthodontic Principles. Dent Clin No Amer 16(3):459-466, July, 1972.
5. Goldberg M Biomechanics of tooth movement. Adult Tooth Movement in General Dentistry, edited by A Schlossberg, Saunders, 1975. pgs 83-91.
6. Chasens A & Kaslick R Orthodontic tooth movement and its effects on the periodontium. 10:92-100.
7. Goldberg M & Schlossberg A Principles of clinical orthodontics. 11:101-103.
8. Melsen B Biological reaction of alveolar bone to orthodontic tooth movement. The Angle Ortho 69(2):151-158, 1999.
9. Ericsson I, Thilander B, The effect of orthodontic tilting movements on the periodontal tissues

Lindhe J & Okamoto H of infected and non-infected dentitions in dogs. J Clin Perio 4:278-293, 1977.


10. Lindauer S & Rebellato J Biomechanical considerations for orthodontic treatment of adults. Adult Orthodontics I 40(4):811-836, Oct 1996.
11. Ruf S, Hansen K & Does orthodontic proclination of lower incisors in children and

Pancherz H adolescents cause gingival recession? Continuing Education Article 100-106.


12. Shellhart W, Oesterle L Uprighting molars without extrusion. JADA, 130:381-385, March 1999.
13. Polson A, Caton J, Polson A, Periodontal response after tooth movement into intrabony defects.

Nyman S, Novak J & Reed B J Perio 197-202, April 1984


14. Karring T, Nyman S, Bone regeneration in orthodontically produced alveolar bone

Thilander B & Magnusson I dehiscences. J Perio Res 17:309-315, 1982.


15. Acar A, Canyurek U, Continuous vs. discontinuous force application and root resorption.

Kocaaga M & Erverdi N The Angle Orthodontist Vol 69, No 2, 1999, pgs 159-164.


16. Cureton S Correcting maligned mandibular incisors with removable retainers. J Clin Orth July 1996, 390-395.
17. Stevens B & Levine R Forced eruption: a multidisciplinary approach for form, function, and biologic predictability. Compendium 19(10):994-1010, October 1998.
PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 4


GINGIVITIS — PLAQUE RELATED
DR. GEURS and DR. BARNES

1. Theilade E, Wright WH, Experimental gingivitis in man.

Jensen SB, Loe H II J Perio Res 1:1-13;1966.
2. Gavin JR Ultrastructural features of chronic marginal gingivitis. J Perio Res 5:19;1970.
3. Ciancio GS Current status of indices of gingivitis.

J Clin Perio 13:375-378;381-382;1986.


4. Ramberg PW, Lindhe J, Plaque and gingivitis in the deciduous and

Gaffar A permanent dentition. J Clin Perio 21:490-496;1994.


5. Ramberg PW, Furuichi Y The effects of antimicrobial mouthrinses on de novo plaque formation at sites with healthy and inflamed gingivae. J Clin Perio 23(1):7-11;1996.
6. Johnson TC, Reinhardt RA, Experimental gingivitis in periodontitis-

Payne JB, Dyer JK, Patil KD susceptible subjects. J Clin Perio 24:618-625;1997.


7. Riviere GR, DeRowen TA Association of oral spirochetes from periodontally healthy sites with development of gingivitis. J Perio Vol 69(4):496-501; April 1998.
8. Hugoson A, Norderyd O, Oral hygiene and gingivitis in a Swedish

Slotte C, Thorstensson H adult population 1973, 1983 and 1993. J Clin Perio 25:807-812;1998.


9. Preshaw PM, Geatch DR, Longitudinal changes in TCRB variable

Lauffart B, Jeffcoat MK, gene expression and markers of gingival

Taylor JJ, Heasman PA inflammation in experimental

gingivitis. J Clin Perio 25:774-780;1998.


10. Barnes CA, Russell CW, A comparison of the efficacy of 2 powered

Weatherford TWW III toothbrushes in affecting plaque accumulation, gingivitis and gingival bleeding. J Perio 70(8):840-847; Aug 1999.


11. Position Paper Treatment of gingivitis and periodontitis. J Perio 68(12):1246-1253; Dec 1997.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 5
ADULT AND REFRACTORY PERIODONTITIS

DR. RAFFERTY and DR. BOWIE


1. Page RC & Schroeder HE Pathogenesis of Inflammatory Periodontal Disease. A Summary of Current Work. Lab Invest 34:235-249;1976.


2. Goodson JM, et al Patterns of progression and regression of advanced destructive periodontal disease. J Clin Perio 1:472;1982.
3. Listergarten MA Pathogensis of periodontitis. J Clin Perio 13:418;1986.
4. Socransky SS & Haffajee AD The bacterial etiology of destructive periodontal disease: Current concepts. J Perio 63:322-333;1992.
5. Genco RJ Host response in periodontal diseases: Current Concepts. J Perio 63:338-355;1992.
6. Hernichel-Gorbach & et al Host response in patients with generalized refractory periodontitis. J Perio 65(1):8-16;Jan 1994.
7. Anonymous The pathogenesis of periodontal diseases. J Perio 70(4):457-470; Apr 1999.
8. Magnusson I & Walker CB Refractory periodontitis or recurrence of disease. J Clin Perio 23(3Pt 2):289-292; Mar 1996.
9. Colombo AP, Sakellari D, Serum antibodies reacting with subgingival species in

Haffajee AD, Tanner A, refractory periodontitis subjects. J Clin Perio 25(7):596-

Cugini MA, Socransky SS 604; July 1998.
10. Hagiwara S, Takamatsu N, Subgingival distribution of periodontopathic bacteria in

Tominaga Y, & Umeda M adult periodontitis and their susceptibility to minocycline-HCI. J Perio 69(1):92-99; Jan 1998.


11. Colombo AP, Haffajee AD, Clinical and microbiological features of refractory

Dewhirst FE, Paster BJ, periodontitis subjects. J Clin Perio 25(2):169-180; Feb 1998.

Smith CM, Cugini MA &

Socransky SS


12. Kornman KS Refractory periodontitis: critical questions in clinical management. J Clin Perio 23(3 Pt 2):293-298; Mar 1996.
13. Consensus Report Periodontal diseases: epidemiology and diagnosis. Annals of Perio Vol 1:216-222; Nov 1996.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 6

GINGIVITIS — NOT PLAQUE RELATED

(DRUG RELATED, SYSTEMIC, INFLAMMATORY)

DR. PALCANIS AND DR. GONZALEZ-TOLEDO


1. Charbeneau TD & Gingival findings in spontaneous scurvy: A case report.

Hurt WC J Perio 54:694;1983.

2. Parfitt G J & Hand C D Reduced plasma ascorbic and levels and gingival health. J Perio 34:347-351;1963.
3. Kalkwarf KL Effect of oral contraceptive therapy on gingival inflammation in humans. J Perio 49:560;1978.
4. Loe H Periodontal changes in pregnancy. J Perio 36:209;1965.
5. Lindhe J & Bjorn Al Influence of hormonal contraceptives on the gingiva of women. J Perio Res 2:1;1967.
6. Barrett P Gingival lesions in leukemia: A classification. J Perio 55:585;1984.
7. Israelson H, Binnie WH The hyperplastic gingivitis of Wegener’s granulomatosis. J

& Hurt WC Perio 52:8;1981.

8. Bhaskar SN, Plasma cell granuloma of periodontal tissues: Report of 45

Levin MP & Frisch J cases. Periodontics 6:272;1968.

9. Butler RT, Kalkwarf KL & Drug induced gingival hyperplasia: Phenytoin, Cyclosporin

Kaldahl WB and Nifedipine. J Am Dent Assoc 114:56;1987.

10. Hancock RH & Swan RF Nifedipine induced gingival overgrowth. J Clin Perio 19:12;1992.
11. Giorgio L D, Santoro F & Light and electron microscopic study of cyclosporin. An

Polli N, et al induced gingival hyperplasia. J Perio 57:771;1986.


12. Ellis JS, Seymour RA, Prevalence of gingival overgrowth induced by calcium channel

Steele JG, Robertson P, blockers: a community-based study. J Perio 1:63-67;1999.

Butler TJ & Tomason JM
13. Kantarci A, Cebeci I, Clinical effects of periodontal therapy on the severity of

Tuncer O, Carin M & cyclosporin a-induced gingival hyperplasia. J Perio 6:587-

Firatli E 593;1999.
14. Pilloni A, Camargo PM, Surgical treatment of cyclosporine a- and nifedipine-induced

Carere & Carranza FA Jr gingival enlargement: gingivectomy versus periodontal flap. J Perio 69:791-797;1998.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 7


EARLY ONSET PERIODONTITIS
DR. PALCANIS and DR. NIELSEN

1. Page RC, Bowen T & Prepubertal periodontitis. I. Definition of a clinical

Altman L, et al disease entity. J Perio 54:257, 1983.
2. Galanter DR & Bradford S Hyperkeratosis palmoplantaris and periodontosis: The Papillon-Lefever syndrome. J Perio 40:40, 1969.
3. Burmeister JA, Best AM, Localized juvenile periodontitis: clinical findings.

Palcanis KG, et al J Clin Perio 11:181, 1984.

4. Schenkein HA, Van Dyke TE Early-onset periodontitis: systemic aspects of etiology

and pathogenesis. Perio 2000 6:7, 1994.


5. Moore WEC, Holdeman LV, Comparitive bacteriology of juvenile periodontitis.

Cato EP, et al Infect Immun 48:507, 1985.

6. Loe H, Brown LJ Early onset periodontitis in the United States of America. J Perio 62:608, 1991.

7. Hart, T.C. Genetic risk factors for early-onset periodontitis.

J Perio 67:355, 1996.
8. Page RC, Altman LC & Rapidly progressive periodontitis. A distinct clinical

Ebersole, JL, et al condition. J Perio 54:197, 1983.

9. Palcanis KG, Wolf B, Rapidly progressive periodontitis: Report of a case.

McClung JF & Elzay RP J Perio 57:378, 1986.


10. Lopez NM, Mellado JC & Occurrence of actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans,

Leighton GX porphyromonas gingivalis and prevotella intermedia in juvenile periodontitis. J Clin Perio 23:101-105, 1996.


11. Tinoco EMB, Beldi MI & Clinical and microbiologic effects of adjunctive

Compedelli F, et al antibiotics in treatment of localized juvenile periodontitis. A controlled clinical trial. J Perio 69:1355-1363, 1998.


12. Mongardini C, Van Steenberghe, One stage full-versus partial-mouth disinfection in the

DeKeyser C, et al treatment of chronic adult or generalized early-onset periodontitis. I. Long-term clinical observations. J Perio 70:632-645, 1999.


13. Quirynen M, Mongardini C & One state full-versus partial mouth disinfection in the

Pauwels M, et al treatment of chronic adult or generalized early-onset periodontitis. II. Long-term impact on microbial load. J Perio 70:646-656, 1999.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 8


EPIDEMIOLOGY

DR. WANG
1. Beck JD & Slade GD Epidemiology of periodontal diseases.

Current Opinion in Periodontology 3:3-9; 1996.
2. Page RC Oral health status in the United States: prevalence of inflammatory periodontal disease. J Dent Ed 49(6):354-364; 1983.
3. JADA Consensus Report Periodontal diseases: epidemiology and diagnosis.

Section 1 JADA, Vol 129, 9.5-14.5; Sept 1998.

4. Loe H The natural history of periodontal disease in man.

Study design and baseline data. J Perio Res 13:550-562; 1978.


5. Loe H The natural history of periodontal disease in man.

Tooth mortality rates before 40 years of age.

J Perio Res 13:563-572; 1978.
6. Loe H Rapid, moderate and no loss of attachment in Sri Lankan laborers 14 to 46 years of age.

J Clin Perio 13:431-440; 1978.


7. Loe H Prevalence, severity, and extent of gingival recession.

J Perio 63(6):489-495; 1992.


8. Becker W, Berg L & Untreated periodontal disease: A longitudinal study.

Becker BE J Perio 50(5):234-244; 1979.

9. Lindhe J, et al Progression of periodontal disease in adult subjects in the absence of periodontal therapy. J Clin Perio 10:433-442; 1983.
10. Schuller AA, et al Adjusting estimates of alveolar bone loss for missing observations: developing and testing a general model. J Dent Res 78(2):661-666; Feb 1999.
11. Position paper of the American Academy of Periodontology: epidemiology of periodontal diseases.

J Perio 1996, 67(9):935-945.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 9


PERIODONTAL DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

(PERIO/ENDO/SINUS INFECTIONS/FACIAL PAIN


DRS. WANG AND AVSAR


  1. The relationship of endodontic-periodontic lesions. J Perio 202-208, April 1972.

2. Paul et al. The endo-perio continuum revisited: new insights into etiology, diagnosis and treatment. JADA Vol 128, 1541-1548; Nov 1997.


3. Jansson L et al. The influence of endodontic infection or periodontal status in mandibular molars. J Perio Dec 1998.
4. Kurihara et al. A microbiological and immunological study of endo-perio lesions. J Endo Vol 21, No 12:617-621; Dec 1995.
5. Whyman RA Endodontic-periodontic lesions. Part I: prevalence, etiology and diagnosis. New Zealand Dental J 84(377):74-77; Jul 1988
6. Whyman RA Endodontic-periodontic lesions. Part II. Management. New Zealand Dental J 84(378):109-111; Oct 1988
7. Jansson L et al. Relationship between periapical and periodontal status. A clinical retrospective study. J Clin Perio 20(2):117-23; 1993
8. Van Dis Ml & Miles DA Disorder of the maxillary sinus. Dental Clin North Amer 38(1):155-66; Jan 1994
9. Brown RS et al. Using anesthetic localization to diagnose oral and dental pain. JADA 126(5):633-641; May 1995
10. Foreman PA et al. An evaluation of the diagnosis, treatment, and outcome of patients with chronic orofacial pain. New Zealand Dent J 90(400):44-48; 1994
11. van der Bijl P Psychogenic pain in dentistry. Compendium 16(1):46-53; Jan 1995
12. Feinmann C & Peatfield R Orofacial neuralgia. diagnosis and treatment guidelines. Drugs 46(2):263-268; 1993

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 10
DISEASE ACTIVITY

DR. JEFFCOAT & DR. STADEKER


1. Perio Literature Review Disease Activity. Perio Lit Review 4:46-52; 1996.


2. Goodson JM, Haffajee AD & Patterns of progression and regression of advance

Socransky SS destructive periodontal disease. J Clin Perio 9:472-481; 1982.

3. Socransky SS, et al New concepts of destructive periodontal disease.

J Clin Perio 11:21-32; 1984.


4. Jeffcoat MK & Reddy MS Progression at probing attachment loss in adult periodontitis. J Perio 62:185-189; 1991.
5. Greenstein G Periodontal disease activity. A critical assessment.

J. Perio 61:543-552, 1990.


6. Armitage G Periodontal diseases: diagnosis world and workshop. 37-215; 1996.
PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 11


PROBING/AUTOMATED DEVICES
DR. REDDY & DR. BARNES

1. Armitage GC Review: Periodontal diseases: diagnosis. Annals of Periodontology pgs. 54-96; Vol. 1, No. 1, November 1996.


2. Armitage GC Review: Periodontal diseases: diagnosis. Annals of Periodontology pgs. 190-215; Vol. 1, No. 1, November 1996.
PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 12


RADIOGRAPHIC/DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
DR. JEFFCOAT and DR. BOWIE



  1. Jeffcoat MK, Wang IC, Reddy MS Radiographic diagnosis in periodontics. Perio 2000 7:54-68; Feb 1995.




  1. Hausmann E Digital subtraction radiography then and now. J of Dent Res 78(1):7-10; Jan 1999.

3. Jeffcoat MK, et al Efficacy of quantitative digital subtraction radiography using radiographs exposed in a multicenter trail. J of Perio Res 31(3):157-160; Apr 1996.


4. Rams TE, et al Utility of radiographic crestal lamina dura for predicting periodontitis disease activity. J of Clin Perio 21(9):571-576; Oct 1994.

4.
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SESSION NO. 13


PLAQUE & CALCULUS

DR. PALCANIS & DR. GONZALEZ-TOLEDO


1. Canis MF, Kramer GM & Calculus attachment. Review of the literature

Pameijer CM and new findings. J Perio 50:406–415, 1979.

2. Alexander AG A study of the distribution of supra and subgingival calculus, bacterial plaque and gingival inflammation in the mouths of 400 individuals. J Perio 42:21–28; 1971.


3. Ruzicka F Structure of sub– and supragingival dental calculus in human periodontitis. J Perio Res 19:317–327; 1984.
4. Fujijawa K & O'Leary TJ The effect of retained subgingival calculus on healing after flap surgery. J Perio 59:170–175; 1988.
5. Gaare D & Polla G, et al Improvement of gingival health by toothbrushing in individuals with large amounts of calculus. J Clin Perio 17:38–41; 1990.
6. Haffajee AD & Socransky SS Microbial etiologic agents of destructive periodontal disease. Perio 2000. 5:78–111; 1994.
7. Loe H Theilade & Jensen SB Experimental gingivitis in man. J Perio 36:177–187; 1965.

8. Haffajee AD, Cugini MA, et al Subgingival microbiota in healthy, well-maintained elder and periodontitis subjects. J Clin Perio 25:346-353; 1998.


9. Socransky SS, Haffajee AD, et al Microbial complexes in subgingival plaque. J Clin Perio 25:134-144; 1998.
10. Westfelt E, Rylander H, et al The effect of supragingival plaque control on the progression of advanced periodontal disease. J Clin Perio 25:536-541; 1998.
11. Bergström Jan Tobacco smoking and supragingival dental calculus. J Clin Perio 26:541-547; 1999.
12. Hellström MK, et al The effect of supragingival plaque control on the subgingival microflora in human periodontitis. J Clin Perio 23:934-940; 1996.
13. Di Murro C, et al Occurrence of porphyromonas gingivalis, bacteroides forsythus, and treponema denticola in periodontally healthy and diseased subjects as determined by an ELISA technique. J Perio Vol 68, Number 1:18-23; Jan 1997.
14. Lee KH, et al Microbiota of successful osseointegrated dental implants. J Perio Vol 70, Number 2;131-138; Feb 1999.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 14
GINGIVAL CREVICULAR FLUID

DR. GEURS & DR. NIELSEN

1. Shapiro Leonard, Goldman Henry Sulcular Exudate Flow in Gingival Inflammation.

& Bloom Arthur J Perio. 50:301-30; June, 1979.


2. Garnick J J, Pearson Robert & The Evaluation of the Periotron.

Harrell Dan J Perio 50:424-426; Aug, 1979.

3. Tsuchida Kazuyoshi & Hara Kohji Clinical Significance Of Gingival Fluid Measurement By “Periotron”. J Perio 52:697-700; Nov, 1981.


4. Suppipat Nophadol, Johansen JR & Influence of “time of day”, pocket depth and scaling

Gjermo Per on gingival fluid flow. J Clin Perio 4:48-55; 1977.


5. Page RC Host Response Tests for Diagnosing Periodontal Diseases. J Perio (Supplement). 63:356-366; April, 1992


6. McLaughlin WS, Lovat FM, The Immediate effects of smoking on gingival fluid

Macgregor IDM & Kelly PJ flow. J Clin Perio 20:448-451; 1993.


7. McCulloch CAG Host enzymes in gingival crevicular fluid as diagnostic indicators of periodontitis. J Clin Perio. 21:497-506; 1994.
8. Lamster IB, Grbic JT Diagnosis of periodontal disease based on analysis of the host response. Perio 2000 pg 83-99; Volume 7, 1995.

PERIODONTAL LITERATURE REVIEW

SESSION NO. 15
CHAIRSIDE MICROBIOLOGIC ANALYSIS

DR. GEURS & DR. AVSAR

1. Greenstein Gary, et al Understanding diagnostic testing for periodontal diseases. J Perio 66:659-666; Aug 1995
2. Beck JD Issues in assessment of diagnostic tests and risk for periodontal diseases. Periodontology 2000 7:100-108; 1995
3. Listgarten MA Microbiological testing in the diagnosis of periodontal disease. J Perio 63:332-337; Apr 1992
4. Zambon JJ, et al The laboratory diagnosis of periodontal infections.

Periodontology 2000 7:69-82; 1995


5. Loesche WJ, et al Multi-center clinical evaluation of a chairside method for detecting certain periodontopathic bacteria in periodontal disease. J Perio 61:189-196; Mar 1990 (Supplement)

6. Snyder Brian, et al Analytical performance of an immunologic-based periodontal bacterial test for simultaneous detection and differentiation of actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans, porphyromonas gingivalis, and prevotella intermedia. J Perio 67:497-505; May 1996



7. Aass AM, et al Microbiologic tests in epidemiologic studies: are they reproducible? Scandinavian J of Dent Res. 102(6):355-60; Dec 1994
8. Geurs N, Wang IC Diagnostic tests for periodontal disease. JIDA pgs 30-35 Spring 1999



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