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  1. Vincent E. Friedewald, Kenneth S. Kornman, James D. Beck, Robert Genco, Allison Goldfine, Peter Libby, Steven Offenbacher, Paul M. Ridker, Thomas E. Van Dyke, and William C. Roberts.   The American Journal of Cardiology and The Journal of Periodontology Editors’ Consensus: Periodontitis and Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease.  Journal of Periodontology 80 (2009): 1021-1032.
  2. Thomas Beikler and Thomas F. Flemmig. Oral biofilm-associated diseases: Trends and implications for quality of life, systemic health and expendituresPeriodontology 2000 55 (2010): 87-103. 
  3. Mario Aimetti, et al. One –Stage Full-Mouth Disinfection as a Therapeutic Approach for Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis. Journal of Periodontol 82 (2011): 845-853.
  4. Mariano Sanz and Arie Jan van Winkelhoff. Periodontal infections: Understanding  the Complexity-Consensus of  the Seventh European Workshop on Periodontology. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 38 (2011): 3-6.
  5. Frank Schwarz and Jΰrgen Becker. Perio-Implant Infection: Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment. London: Quintessence Publishing Co, 2010.
  6. Liran Levin, Ronen Ofec, Yoav Grossmann, and Rachel Anner.  Periodontal disease as a risk for dental implant failure over time: A long-term historical cohort SourceJournal of Clinical Periodontology 38 (2011): 732-737.
  7. Georgios Charalampakis, Per Rabe, Asa Leonhardt, and Gunnar Dahlén.  A follow-up study of peri-implantitis cases after treatmentJournal of Clinical Periodontology 38 (2011): 864-871.
  8. Atsuo Amano.  Host-Parasite Interactions in Periodontitis:  Subgingival Infection and Host SensingPeriodontology 2000 52 (2010): 7-11.
  9. Hiroshima Yoshe, Tetsuo Kobyashim, Hideaki Tai, and Johnah C. Galicia.  The role of genetic polymorphisms in periodontitisPeriodontology 2000 43 (2007) 102-132.
  10. Steven Offenbacher, Silvana Barros and James D. Beck.  Rethinking Periodontal InflammationJournal of Periodontology Supplement (2008): 1577-1591.
  11. Sigmund S. Socransky and Anne D. Haffajee.  Dental biofilms: Difficult therapeutic targets. Periodontology 2000 28 (2008): 12-55.
  12. American Academy of Periodontology Statement on Risk AssessmentJournal of Periodontology 79 (2008): 202.
  13. Comprehensive Periodontal Therapy: A Statement by the American Academy of PeriodontologyJournal of Periodontology 82 (2011): 943-949.
  14. American Academy of Periodontology Statement on The Efficacy of Lasers in the Non-Surgical Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal DiseaseJournal of Periodontology 82 (2011): 513-514.
  15. American Academy of Periodontology Statement Regarding Gingival Curettage; Journal of Periodontology 73 (2002): 1229-1230.
  16. American Academy of Periodontology Statement on Local delivery of Sustained or Controlled Release Antimicrobials as Adjunct Therapy in the Treatment of Periodontitis. Journal of Periodontology 77 (2006): 1458.
  17. American Academy of Periodontology Statement Regarding Periodontal Management of the Pregnant Patient. Journal of Periodontology 75 (2004): 495.
  18. Statement on Periostat® as an Adjunct to Scaling and Root Planing.  Online resource of the American Academy of Periodontology.  Published January 2000.
  19. For the dental patient: Women and periodontal disease. The Journal of the American Dental Association 133 (2002): 671.
  20. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Oral Health in America: A Report of the Surgeon General. Rockville, MD: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, National Institutes of Health: 2000.
  21. A.L. Russell. A system of classification and scoring for prevalence surveys of periodontal disease. J Dent Res 35 (1956): 350-359.
  22. Sigurd P. Ramfjord. The Periodontal Disease Index (PDI). Journal of Periodontology 38 (1967): 602-610.

 

Pathogen Threshold Levels and Bacterial Risk

  1. Thomas F. Flemmig and Thomas E. Beikler. Control of oral biofilms.  Periodontology 2000 55 (2011): 9-15.
  2. Philip D. Marsh, Annette Moter, and Deirdre A. Devine. Dental plaque biofilms: communities, conflict and controlPeriodontology 2000 55 (2011): 16-35.
  3. Y. Abiko, T. Sato, G. Mayanagi, and N. Takahashi.  Profiling of subgingival plaque biofilm microflora from periodontally healthy subjects and from subjects with periodontitis using quantitative real-time PCR. Journal of Periodontal Research 45 (2010): 389-395.
  4. Ricardo P. Teles, Anne D. Haffajee, and Sigmund S. Socransky.  Microbiological goals of periodontal therapyPeriodontology 2000 42 (2006): 180­218.
  5. Sigmund S. Socransky, Anne D. Haffajee.  Microbial etiological agents of destructive periodontal diseasePeriodontology 2000 5 (1994): 78­111.
  6. Anne D. Haffajee, Ricardo P. Teles, and Sigmund S. Socransky.  The  effect of periodontal therapy on the composition of the subgingivalmicrobiota. Periodontology 2000 42 (2006): 219-258.
  7. Ljiljana Kesic, Jelena Milasin, Marija Igic, and Radmila Obradovic.  Microbial Etiology of Periodontal Disease: Mini Review. Medicine and Biology 15 (2008): 1-6.

 

MyPerioPath® Description/Clinical Utility of Periodontal Testing

  1. Mariano Sanz and Arie Jan van Winkelhoff.  Periodontal infections: Understanding  the Complexity-Consensus of  the Seventh European Workshop on Periodontology. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 38 Issue Supplement (2011): 3-6.
  2. Arie J. van Winkelhoff and Edwin G. Winkel. Microbiological diagnostics in periodontics: Biological significance and clinical validityPeriodontology 2000 39 (2005): 40­52.
  3. Sigmund S. Socransky, Anne D. Haffajee, M. Cugini, C. Smith, and R.L. Kent Jr.  Microbial complexes in subgingival plaqueJournal of Clinical Periodontology 25 (1998): 134­144.
  4. Ricardo P. Teles, Anne D. Haffajee, and Sigmund S. Socransky.  Microbiological goals of periodontal therapyPeriodontology 2000 42 (2006): 180­218 .
  5. Anne D. Haffajee and Sigmund S. Socransky.  Microbial etiological agents of destructive periodontal diseasePeriodontology 2000 5 (1994): 78­111 .
  6. Anne D. Haffajee, Ricardo P. Teles, and Sigmund S. Socransky.  The effect of periodontal therapy on the composition of the subgingivalmicrobiotaPeriodontology 2000 42 (2006): 219­258.
  7. Zhimini Feng, Aaron Winberg.  Role of bacteria in health and disease of periodontal tissuesPeriodontology 2000 40 (2006): 50­76.
  8. Sigmund S. Socransky and Anne D. Haffajee.  Dental biofilms: Difficult therapeutic targets. Periodontology 2000 28 (2008): 12-55.
  9. Susan Kinder Haake.  “Etiology of Periodontal Diseases” in Carranza’s Clinical Periodontology, 9th edition.  Los Angeles: Saunders (2002).  95­112.
  10. Rose LF, Steinberg BJ, Minsk L. The relationship between periodontal disease and systemic conditions. Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry 21 (2000): 870-7.

 

MyPerioID® Reference

  1. Ahmed Abd El-Meguid Mostafa Hamdy, Mohamed Abd El-Moniem Ebrahem. The Effect of Interleukin 1 Genotype 2 on the Individual’s Susceptibility to Peri-implantitis: Case Control Study.  Journal of Oral Implantology 37 (2011): 325-334.
  2. Yen-Chun, G. Liu, Ulf H. Lerner, and Yen-Tung A.Teng.  Cytokine responses against periodontal infection: Protective and destructive rolesPeriodontology 2000 52 (2010): 163-206.
  3. Dana Graves.  Cytokines that Promote Periodontal Tissue DestructionJournal of Periodontology 79 supplement (2008): 1585-1591.
  4. David Goteiner, Robert Ashmen, Neal Lehrman, Malvin N. Janal, and Barner Eskin.  Presence and Significance of Interleukin-1 Polymorphism in Patient Who Present With Acute Coronary Syndrome, Angina, and Chronic Periodontitis: An Epidemiologic Pilot Study.  Journal of Periodontology 79 (2008): 138-143.
  5. P. Axelsson. “Prediction of periodontitis risk and risk profiles” in Diagnosis and Risk Prediction of Periodontal Diseases, Vol. 3.  Chicago: Quintessence Publishing Co., 2002.  210­35.
  6. Corey LA, Nance WE, Hofstede P, Schenkein HA. Self­reported periodontal disease in a Virginia twin population. Journal of Periodontology 64 (1993): 1205­1208.
  7. M. DeSanctis and G. Zuchelli.  Interleukin­1 Gene Polymorphisms and Long-Term Stability Following Guided Tissue Regeneration. Journal of Periodontology 71 (2000): 606­13.
  8. L.J. Emrich, M. Shlossman, and R.J. Genco. Periodontal disease in non­insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. Journal of Periodontology 62 (1991):123­131.
  9. A. Feloutzis, N.P. Lang, M.S. Tonetti, W. Burgin, U. Bragger, D. Buser, G.W. Duff, and K.S. Kornman.  IL­1 gene polymorphism and smoking as risk factors for peri­implant bone loss in a well­maintained population. Clinical Oral Implants Research 14 (2003): 10­7.
  10. Kornman KS Crane A, Wang HY, et al. The Interleukin­1 genotype as a severity in adult periodontal disease. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 24 (1997): 72­77.
  11. Kornman KS. Mapping the Pathogenesis of Periodontitis: A New Look.  Journal of Clinical Periodontology 79 (2008): 1560­1568.
  12. McGuire MK, Nunn ME. Prognosis versus actual outcome. IV. The effectiveness of clinical parameters and IL­1 genotype in accurately predicting prognoses and tooth survival. Journal of Periodontology 70 (1999): 49­56.
  13. Michalowicz BS, Diehl SR, Gunsolley JC, et al. Evidence of a substantial genetic basis for risk of adult periodontitis. Journal of Periodontology 71 (2000): 1699­1707.
  14. Page RC, Korman KS. The pathogenesis of human periodontitis: an introduction. Periodontology 2000 14 (1997): 9­11.
  15. Papapanou PN. Periodontal diseases: epidemiology. Annals of Periodontology 1 (1996): 136.
  16. Tatakis DN, Kumar PS. Etiology and pathogenesis of periodontal diseases. Dental Clinics of North America 49 (2005): 491­516.
  17. Thomas WM, Braodbent JM, Welch D, Beck JD, Poulton R. Cigarette smoking and periodontal disease among 32­year­olds: a prospective study of a representative birth cohort.  Journal of Clinical Periodontology 34 (2007): 828­834.

 

Office Periodontal Protocols

  1. JØrgen Slots and Henrik Slots. Bacterial and viral pathogens in saliva: disease relationship and infectious riskPeriodontology 2000 55 (2011): 48-69.
  2. American Academy of Periodontology Statement on Risk AssessmentJournal of Periodontology 79 (2008): 202.
  3. Comprehensive Periodontal Therapy: A Statement by the American Academy of PeriodontologyJournal of Periodontology 82 (2011): 943-949.
  4. American Academy of Periodontology Statement on The Efficacy of Lasers in the Non-Surgical Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal DiseaseJournal of Periodontology 82 (2011): 513-514.
  5. American Academy of Periodontology Statement Regarding Gingival Curettage; Journal of Periodontology 73 (2002): 1229-1230.
  6. American Academy of Periodontology Statement on Local delivery of Sustained or Controlled Release Antimicrobials as Adjunct Therapy in the Treatment of Periodontitis. Journal of Periodontology 77 (2006): 1458.
  7. American Academy of Periodontology Statement Regarding Periodontal Management of the Pregnant Patient. Journal of Periodontology 75 (2004): 495.
  8. Periostat® as an Adjunct to Scaling and Root Planing;http://www.perio.org/resources-products/periostat.htm
  9. Benjamin Ehmke, Annette Moter, Thomas Beikler, Edwin Milian, and Thomas F. Flemmig.  Adjunctive Antimicrobial Therapy of Periodontitis: Long-Term Effects on Disease Progression and Oral ColonizationJournal of Periodontology 76 (2005): 749-759.
  10. J. Slots.  Selection of antimicrobial agents in periodontal therapyJournal of Periodontal Research 37 (2002): 389-398.
  11. Arie J. van Winkelhoff.  Commentary Antibiotics in periodontics: right or wrong? Journal of Periodontology 80 (2009): 1555-1558.
  12. D. Herrera et al.  Antimicrobial therapy in periodontitis: the use of systemic antimicrobials against the subgingival biofilmJournal of Clinical Periodontology 35 Supplement 8 (2008) 45-66.
  13. Krista Louivukene, Ene-Renate Pahkla, Taive Koppel, Mare Saag, Paul Naaber.  The Microbiological Status of Patients with Periodontitis in Southern Estonia after Non-surgical Periodontal TherapyBaltic Dental and Maxillofacial Journal 7 (2005): 45-47.
  14. Kenneth S. Kornman.  Refractory periodontitis: critical questions in clinical management.  Journal of Clinical Periodontology 23 (1996): 293-298.
  15. J. Slots.  Systemic Antibiotics in PeriodonticsJournal of Periodontology 75 (2004): 1553­1565.
  16. Beikler, Prior, Ehmke, Flemming. Specific Antibiotics in the Treatment of Periodontitis - Proposed StrategyJournal of Periodontology 75 (2004): 169-175.
  17. J. Slots.  Selection of antimicrobial agents in periodontal therapyJournal of Periodontal Research 37 (2002): 389-398.
  18. J. Slots and M. Ting.  Systemic antibiotics in the treatment of periodontal disease. Periodontology 2000 28 (2002): 106­176.
  19. A.D. Haffajee, S.S. Socransky, and J.C. Gunsolley.  Systemic Anti­infective Periodontal Therapy. A Systematic Review; Annals of Periodontology 8 (2003): 115-181.
  20. J. Slots.  Selection of antimicrobial agents in periodontal therapyJournal of Periodontal Research 37 (2002): 389-398.
  21. Gomi, Yashima, Nagano, Kanazashi, Maeda, Arai.  Effects of Full-Mouth Scaling and Root Planing in Conjunction With Systemically Administered AzithromycinJournal of Periodontology 78 (2007): 422­429.
  22. Clay Walker and Katherine Karpinia.  Rationale for Use of antibiotics in Periodontics. Journal of Periodontology 73 (2002): 1188­1196.
  23. Benjamin Ehmke, Annette Moter, Thomas Beikler, Edwin Milian, and Thomas F. Flemmig.  Adjunctive Antimicrobial Therapy of Periodontitis: Long-Term Effects on Disease Progression and Oral ColonizationJournal of Periodontology 76 (2005): 749-759
  24. D. Kaner, C. Christan, T. Dietrich, J.P. Bernimoulin, B.M. Kleber, A. Friedmann.  Timing Affects the Clinical Outcome of Adjunctive Systemic Antibiotic Therapy for Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis: Periodontology 78 (2000): 1201­1208.
  25. Petit, Steenbergen, Scholte, van der Velden, Graff.  Epidemiology and transmission of Porphymonasgingivalis and Actinobacillusactinomycetemcomitans among children and their family members. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 20 (1993): 641­650.
  26. J. Slots and M. Jorgensen.  Effective, safe, practical and affordable periodontal antimicrobial therapy: where are we going, and are we there yet? Periodontology 2000 28 (2002): 298-312.
  27. Quirynen, Teughels, DeSoete, and Steenberghe.  Topical antiseptics and antibiotics in the initial therapy of chronic adult periodontitis: microbiological aspects. Periodontology 2000 28 (2002): 72­90.
  28. Parameters of CareJournal of Periodontology 71 Supplement (2000): 847-883.

 

Saliva Specimen Collection

  1. Thomas F. Flemmig and Thomas E. Beikler. Control of oral biofilms.  Periodontology 2000 55 (2011): 9-15.
  1. JØrgen Slots and Henrik Slots. Bacterial and viral pathogens in saliva: disease relationship and infectious riskPeriodontology 2000 55 (2011): 48-69.
  1. S. Paju, P. Pussinen, L. Suominen-Taipale, M. Hyvonen, M Knuuttila, E Kononen. Detection of Multiple Pathogenic Species in Saliva Is Associated with Periodontal Infection in Adults. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 47 (2009): 235-238
  2. S.C. Cortelli, M. Feres, A.A. Rodrigues, D.R. Aguino, J.A. Shibili, J.R. Cortelli.  Detection of Actinobacillusactinomycetemcomitans in Unstimulated Saliva of Patients With Chronic Periodontitis. Journal of Periodontology 76 (2005): 204-209.
  3. S. Paju, P. Pussinen, L. Suominen-Taipale, M. Hyvonen, M Knuuttila, E Kononen.  Population-Based Study of Salivary Carriage of Periodontal Pathogens in Adults. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 45 (2007): 2446-2451.
  4. K. Boutaga, P. Savelkoul, E. Winkel, A.J. van Winkelhoff.  Comparison of Subgingival Bacterial Sampling With Oral Lavage for Detection and Quantification of Periodontal Pathogens by Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction. Journal of Periodontology 78 (2007): 79-86.
  5. ADA Council of Scientific Affairs.  American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs Statement on Oral Fluid Diagnostics. 2008.
  6. Y.T. Teng, J. Sodek, and C.A.G. McCulloch.  Gingival Crevicular Fluid gelatinase and its relationship to periodontal disease in human subjects. Journal of Periodontal Research 27 (1992): 544-552.

 

OraRisk HPV®

  1. Syrjanen, S., Bultzingslowen, A., Arduino, P., Campisis, G., Challacombe S., Ficarra, G., Flaitz C., Zhou H.M., Maeda H., Miller C., Jontell M.  Human papillomaviruses in oral carcinoma in oral potentially malignant disorders: a systematic reviewOral Diseases 17 Supplement (2011): 58-72.
  2. Anthoy N. Snow and Jennifer Laudadio. Human Papillomavirus Detection in Head and Neck Squamous Cell CarcinomasAdvances in Anatomic Pathology 17 (2010): 394-403.
  3. Maura L.Gillison, Gypsyamber D’Souza, William Westra, Elizabeth Sugar, Weihong Xiao,  Shahnaz Begum, and Raphael Viscidi.  Distinct Risk Factor Profiles for Human Papillomavirus Type 16-Positive and Human Papillomavirus Type 16-Negative Head and Neck CancersJournal of the National Cancer Institute 100 (2008): 407-420.
  4. G. D’Souza, A.R. Kreimer, R. Viscidi, M. Pawlita, C. Fakhry, W.M. Koch, W.H. Westra, M.L. Gillson.  Case-Control Study of Human Papillomavirus and Oropharyngeal CancerThe New England Journal of Medicine 356 (2007): 1944-56.
  5. Human Papillomavirus Types in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinomas Worldwide: A Systematic Review. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 14 (2005): 467-475.  
  6. N. Termine, V. Panzarella, S. Falaschini, A. Russo, D. Matranga, L. Lo Muzio, G. Campisi.  HPV in oral Squamous cell carcinoma vs. head and neck Squamous cell carcinoma biopsies: a meta-analysis.   Annals of Oncology 19 (2008): 1681-1690.
  7. R. Herrero et al.  Human Papilomavirus and Oral Cancer: The International Agency for Research on Cancer Multicenter StudyJournal of the National Cancer Institute 95 (2003): 1772-83.
  8. C. Fakhry et al.  Improved survival of patients with human Papillomavirus-positive head and neck Squamous cell carcinoma in a prospective clinical trial. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 100 (2008): 262-269.
  9. Springer and Verlag.  HPV status and regional metastasis in the prognosis of oral and oropharyngeal cancer. European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology 265 Supplement 1 (2008): S75-82.
  10. R. Herrero et al.  Human Papillomavirus and Oral Cancer: The International Agency for Research on Cancer Multicenter Study. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 95 (2003): 1772-1783.
  11. Anthoy N. Snow and Jennifer Laudadio. Human Papillomavirus Detection in Head and Neck Squamous Cell CarcinomasAdvances in Anatomic Pathology 17 (2010): 394-403.
  12. Maura L.Gillison, Gypsyamber D’Souza, William Westra, Elizabeth Sugar, Weihong Xiao,  Shahnaz Begum, and Raphael Viscidi.  Distinct Risk Factor Profiles for Human Papillomavirus Type 16-Positive and Human Papillomavirus Type 16-Negative Head and Neck CancersJournal of the National Cancer Institute 100 (2008): 407-420.
  13. C. Meijer, P. Snijders, and P. Castle.  Clinical utility of HPV genotyping. Gynecologic Oncology 103 (2006): 12-17.
  14. A. Chaturvedi, E. Engels, W. Anderson, and M. Gillison.  Incidence Trends for Human Papillomavirus-Related and-Unrelated Oral Squamous Cell Carcinomas in the United StatesJournal of Clinical Oncology 26 (2008) 612-619.
  15. C. Ziegart et al.  A comprehensive analysis of HPV integration loci in anogenital lesions combining transcript and genome-based amplification techniques. Oncogene 22 (2003): 3977-3984.