Complete Literature Review
Periodontal literature & dental implant literature review
Logically organized and easily searchable
Whether you are a resident or a seasoned clinician, your review can begin here. Find everything organized by topic or use search words . The reference selection comes from respected peer reviewed journals and forms the basis of a 3 year specialty residency program that has a near 100% first try, pass rate on The ABP exam.
Classic Perio Lit
Journal articles have been selected that represent those studied in advanced training programs. The abstracts are presented with references and in some cases DOI information is included that aids the user in locating the original source material, if further study is needed.
Periodontists who are planning to become Diplomates of The American Board of Periodontology must successfully pass an oral examination. The exam includes presentation of clinical situations where candidates are tested on decision making and knowledge regarding the entities presented. A vignette is short challenge where a clinical scenario is presented and must be adequately managed by the candidate within ten minutes.
Vignette topics may include: medical management; medical emergencies; periodontal or oral medicine; perio-pathology; post-op complications; and management of failures.
A limited sample of vignettes are contained in this module.
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