Detection of Parodontosis and Periodontosis
Ahnert.1 at osu.edu
Thu Mar 4 04:30:50 EST 1999
I would like to find out how parodontosis or periodontosis are detected
these days. I am especially interested in microbilogical methods.
What do you do if you suspect your patient has parodontosis/periodontosis?
Do you send samples to a laboratory, do you purchase a kit to do it yourself?
How early can you detect the disease with the test you are using?
Can you monitor the progress of treatment?
Please let me know any relevant information. I also would not mind if you
fax material about your tests to 614-292-6773 :) I also appreciate any
pointers to sources of relevant information.
Thanks a lot,
Department of Biochemistry - The Ohio State University
484 W. 12th Ave. # 776, Columbus, OH 43210, USA
Tel.: (614) 292-3319 Fax.: (614) 292-6773
E-mail: Ahnert.1 at osu.edu
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