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DNA Salivary Diagnostics in Dentistry Part: 2

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In part 2 of this series Dr. Tom Nabors outlines the key components of “Periodontal Medicine” and how new DNA testing techniques are changing the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal infections. He Specifically outlines how the information garnered can be efficiently utilized to positively effect and support the three basic stages of healing or metabolic response to inflammation.

Date Added:
9/4/2008

Author(s):

Thomas W. Nabors, DDS Thomas W. Nabors, DDS
For the past twenty-five years, I have studied and applied the current concepts of "Anti-Microbial Periodontal Therapy". This treatment protocol is designed around the concept...
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