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Non-surgical Periodontal Endoscopy Research and Publications:

Body of evidence showing improved clinical efficacy of Visual-SRPSM (non-surgical perioendoscopy) vs. standard “blind” SRP for non-surgically saving teeth and improving overall systemic health.

“Impact of Periodontal Therapy on General Health”Evidence from Insurance Data for Five Systemic ConditionsAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine: Am J Prev Med 2014:47(2):166-174
“The Effectiveness of Subgingival Scaling and Root Planing in Calculus Removal”An evaluation of the effectiveness of subgingival scaling and root planing related to depth of pocket and type of teethJournal of Periodontology March 1981 Vol 52, No 3 Pages 119-123
“Aetna’s Dental Medical Integration Program May Help Lower Cost and Result in Better Health”Good dental heath may reduce medical costs and improve overall healthAetna news and Analysis
“Calculus Removal by Scaling/Root Planing with and without Surgical Access”Department of Stomatology, University of California San Francisco. Extent and /calculus on subgingival root surfaces of teeth that received scaling and root planing (S/RP) alone, S/RP with modified Widman flap or no treatmentJournal of Periodontology
March 1987, Vol. 58, No. 3, Pages 159-163
“Periodontal Referral Patterns of General Dentists: Lessons for Dental Education”Investigation of periodontal treatment and referral patters of dentists referrals to periodontistsJournal of Dental Education February 1, 2009 vol. 73 no. 2 199-210
“Non-surgical Management of Periodontal Disease”Understanding of plaque as a biofilm, developments in patient plaque control, chemical plaque control and scaling instrumentsAustralian Dental Association, Australian Dental Journal 2009: 54 (1 Suppl): S86-S95
“Oral Systemic Health and The Big Three”The inflammation and bacteria associated with periodontal disease have been linked to six our of seven leading causes of death in the U.S.www://, December 15, 2015, pg 42-46
“The Relationship Between the Presences of Tooth-Borne Subgingival Deposits and Inflammation Found with a Dental Endoscope”Deposits of subgingival calculus covered with biofilm were directly related to >60% of pocket wall inflammation.Journal of Periodontology
November 2008, Vol. 79, No. 11, Pages 2029-2035
“Absence of Histologic Signs of Chromic Inflammations Following Closed Subgingival Scaling and Root Planing Using the Dental Endoscope: Human Biopsies – A Pilot Study”Histologic signs of chronic inflammation were absent 6 months after a single course of closed subgingival scaling and root plaining using the dental endoscopeJournal of Periodontology, Vol 79, November 11, 2008;79:2036-2041
EFP- 2018 Dossier on Periodontal DiseaseSystemic disease and how it relates to proper periodontal care including deep cleaning treatments facilitated by perioendoscopy.Dossier on Periodontal Disease, European Federation of Periodontology and European Observatory of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, 2018.