Journal of Clinical Periodontology

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Edited By: Maurizio Tonetti Editor Emeritus: Jan Lindhe

Impact Factor: 3.688

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 5/83 (Dentistry Oral Surgery & Medicine)

Online ISSN: 1600-051X

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Increased Impact Factor

In the 2012 Journal Citation Reports, the Impact Factor for Journal of Clinical Periodontology increased to 3.688. The journal is ranked 5 out of the 83 international dentistry journals listed.

New! Accepted Articles


Journal of Clinical Periodontology now offers Accepted Articles for all articles within a short time of acceptance.

Accepted Articles is a service whereby peer reviewed, accepted articles are published online as and when they are ready, prior to their ultimate inclusion in a print or online issue and without having been copy-edited. It has been designed to ensure the earliest possible circulation of research papers after acceptance. Readers should note that all articles published within Accepted Articles have been fully refereed, but have not been through the copy-editing and proof correction process.

Accepted Articles appear in PDF-only format, without the accompanying full-text HTML. Accepted Articles are fully citable using the DOI number

Periodontitis and Systemic Diseases

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Periodontitis and Systemic Diseases
Free Access to the Proceedings of the EFP – AAP Workshop in Periodontology

The aim of the EFP – AAP Workshop was to create a background of evidence-based reviews and consensus reports that established the associations between periodontitis and systemic diseases, in particular cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. The focus was to translate the state of the science (biological mechanisms, epidemiological data and results of intervention trials) into specific recommendations for practitioners, policy makers and the public and identify specific areas that require further research. This supplement features papers from 4 working groups and consensus reports on the same topics.

Working Group 1 Cardiovascular Disease and Periodontitis
Working Group 2: Diabetes and Periodontitis
Working Group 3: Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes (APOs) and Periodontitis Working
Group 4 Other Diseases (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Pulmonary Diseases, Cancer) and Periodontitis

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