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3121. A systematic review on the use of residual probing depth, bleeding on probing and furcation status following initial periodontal therapy to predict further attachment and tooth loss. (PubMed)

A systematic review on the use of residual probing depth, bleeding on probing and furcation status following initial periodontal therapy to predict further attachment and tooth loss. Chronic periodontitis affects many adults. Initial cause related therapy (ICRT) is aimed at elimination of factors causing disease progression.To use a systematic review process of peer reviewed publications to assess the predictive value of residual probing depths (PD), bleeding on probing (BOP) and furcation (...) involvement (FI) in determining further loss of attachment and tooth loss following ICRT.An electronic search of the Cochrane Oral Health Group specialized register, MEDLINE and EMBASE, was performed using specific search terms to identify studies assessing the predictive value of residual probing depths (PD), bleeding on probing (BOP) and furcation involvement (FI) in determining further loss of attachment and tooth loss following ICRT.The searches resulted in 941 uniquely identified studies. Titles

2002 Journal of clinical periodontology

3122. The effect of aspirin on the periodontal parameter bleeding on probing. (PubMed)

The effect of aspirin on the periodontal parameter bleeding on probing. The absence or presence of bleeding on probing (BOP) is a sign of periodontal health or disease, but the presence of BOP is not an accurate predictor of disease progression. Aspirin is increasingly used in the prevention of cerebrovascular and cardiovascular diseases and is a non-disease factor that may modify bleeding indices given its antithrombolytic activity. The purpose of this double-blind placebo-controlled (...) randomized clinical trial was to study the effect of short-term daily aspirin ingestion on the clinical parameter BOP.A total of 46 periodontally healthy subjects were included in this study: 16 received placebo, 15 low-dose aspirin (81 mg), and 15 regular dose (325 mg) aspirin. Clinical parameters assessed included plaque index, periodontal probing depth, and BOP using an automated pressure-sensitive probe. Measurements were recorded before and after 7-day exposure to placebo and aspirin regimens.A

2002 Journal of periodontology

3123. Effect of a toothpaste containing triclosan on dental plaque, gingivitis, and bleeding on probing--an investigation in periodontitis patients over 28 weeks. (PubMed)

Effect of a toothpaste containing triclosan on dental plaque, gingivitis, and bleeding on probing--an investigation in periodontitis patients over 28 weeks. The aim of this double-blind, 28-week study was to evaluate the plaque-inhibitory and antigingivitis efficacy of a fluoride toothpaste containing 0.3% triclosan and essential oil (Dental Kosmetik, Dresden, Germany) in comparison with a control toothpaste. One hundred twenty subjects previously treated for chronic periodontitis were included (...) in the study. At baseline, 8, 18, and 28 weeks, plaque accumulation (PlI) and gingival status (GI) were assessed. Probing pocket depth (PD) and bleeding on probing (BOP) were measured at baseline and week 28 using a Florida probe. No professional hygiene was delivered during the study period. Mean plaque scores decreased between baseline and week 8 in both groups. At the end of the study, a significant increase of mean PlI compared to baseline could be observed in the test and in the control groups

2002 Clinical oral investigations

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