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Periodontitis Clinical Trials

A listing of Periodontitis medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (108) clinical trials

To Evaluate the Efficacy of Probiotics Toothpastes in Improvement of Gingivitis and Prevention of Periodontal Diseases Via Modulating the Oral Microbiota

Previous studies have shown that probiotics could improve oral health including periodontal diseases, dental caries and halitosis via inhibiting periodontal pathogens, modulating periodontal microbiome, and regulating oral mucosal immunity. Heat-killed probiotics strain, Lactobacillus paracasei GMNL-143 or Lactobacillus rhamnosus GMNL-464 possessed great coaggregation abilities with oral pathogens and removed them after ...

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Periodontal Phenotype and Laterally Positioned Flap in Isolated Gingival Recession

A variety of surgical techniques have been proposed to achieve successful and predictable root coverage. These include coronally advanced flap, lateral positioned flap (LPF) free gingival graft, free connective tissue graft, and guided tissue regeneration. LPF, originally described by Grupe and Warren in 1964 is one of the most commonly ...

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Evaluation of Oral Condition and the Effect of Dental Treatment on Physical Parameters of Athletes

The objective of this longitudinal clinical study will be to evaluate the effect of dental treatment on individuals who practice physical activities through physical parameters of strength, speed and resistance. According to an initial survey, about 120 individuals should be examined. Clinical parameters such as decayed, lost and / or ...

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Intervention Study of Oral Health Education Programs Directed to Adolescents

The prevalence of chronic periodontitis is about 40% among the Swedish adult population. The key-factor for the prevention of periodontal disease progression is the establishment of periodontal infection control, by means of adequate daily oral hygiene. Hence, a main task for dental professionals is to educate and motivate the patient ...

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At-Home Care for Subjects With Periodontitis

The effect of use of powered toothbrushing in patients exhibiting periodontal inflammation has been observed repeatedly in clinical studies conducted over a 20+ year period. Whether these subjects also had periodontitis, or not, was not a collected data metric as it was outside the scope of the Investigation. This study, ...

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Air Polishing as an Adjunct in Non-surgical Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal disease is an infection that causes inflammation of the tooth supporting structures, which results in the destruction of the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone, and eventually, tooth loss. The aetiology of the disease is oral biofilm. Therefore, the regular mechanical removal of biofilm, among others, is necessary to prevent ...

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Compare Air Polishing With Ultrasonic During Maintenance

As a result of ongoing microbiological challenge from accumulated dental plaque, it is paramount to ensure thorough removal of such deposits from the root surface to maintain periodontal health. Mechanical instrumentation using conventional hand instrument and/or oscillating scalers is the gold standard of periodontal therapy. Patient is commonly recalled every ...

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Minimally-invasive Non-surgical Therapy of Intrabony Defects

Periodontal diseases are inflammatory conditions that affect the supporting apparatus of the teeth, including gingiva and alveolar bone. The bone loss resulting from periodontitis often is irregular and localised, giving onset to 'intrabony' or 'vertical defects' affecting one side of the tooth more than the other and more than on ...

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Enamel Matrix Derivatives & Periodontal Therapy in Diabetic Patients

Patients with periodontitis will be randomly allocated to two groups. In both groups, periodontal root instrumentation will be performed. In the test group, an additional flapless application of enamel matrix derivatives will be granted for sites with pockets deeper than 5 mm. Metabolic glucose control as measured through blood testing ...

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Clinical Effect of Chlorhexidine Mouthwash After Periodontal Surgery

Chlorhexidine is the gold standard of dental plaque prevention. Recent research have demonstrated that 0.2% Chlorhexidine solutions are more effective than 0.12% and 0.06% Chlorhexidine solutions. Several 0.2% solutions are available on the market. This study aimed to compare effectiveness of two commercially available 0.2% chlorhexidine mouthwashes. Patients, that after ...

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