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Journal of Clinical Periodontology

Description
the official publication of the European
Federation of Periodontology

 

Status
active
Indexing
Chemical Abstracts; Current Contents: Life Sciences; Clinical Medicine; EMBASE/Excerpta; Medica; Medical Documentation Service; Research Alert; Science Citation Index; SciSearch
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0303-6979
First volume
1
Last volume
35+
Publish city
Copenhagen
Homepage
Description

Journal of Clinical Periodontology was founded by the British, Dutch, French, German, Scandinavian, and Swiss Societies of Periodontology.

The aim of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology is to provide the platform for exchange of scientific and clinical progress in the field of Periodontology and allied disciplines, and to do so at the highest possible level. The Journal also aims to facilitate the application of new scientific knowledge to the daily practice of the concerned disciplines and addresses both practicing  clinicians and academics. The Journal is the official publication of the European Federation of Periodontology but wishes to retain its international scope.

The Journal publishes original contributions of high scientific merit in the fields of periodontology and implant dentistry. Its scope encompasses the physiology and pathology of the periodontium, the tissue integration of dental implants, the biology and the modulation of periodontal and alveolar bone healing and regeneration, diagnosis, epidemiology, prevention and therapy of periodontal disease, the clinical aspects of tooth replacement with dental implants, and the comprehensive rehabilitation of the periodontal patient. Review articles by experts on new developments in basic and applied periodontal science and associated dental disciplines, advances in periodontal or implant techniques and procedures, and case reports which illustrate important new information are also welcome.












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