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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 30, Number 1, October 2002

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Controversies in periodontology
pp. 7-8(2)
Authors: Robertson, PaulB.; DeRouen, TimothyA.

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Classifying periodontal diseases – a long-standing dilemma
pp. 9-23(15)
Author: Armitage, GaryC.

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Noninflammatory destructive periodontal disease (NDPD)
pp. 24-39(16)
Authors: Page, RoyC.; Sturdivant, EdwardC.

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Beneficial bacteria of the periodontium
pp. 40-50(11)
Authors: Roberts, FrankA.; Darveau, RichardP.

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Periodontitis–systemic disease associations in the presence of smoking – causal or coincidental?
pp. 51-60(10)
Authors: Hujoel, P. P.; Drangsholt, M.; Spiekerman, C.; DeRouen, T. A.

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In or out: the invasiveness of oral bacteria
pp. 61-69(9)
Authors: Lamont, RichardJ.; Yilmaz, Özlem

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Trends in periodontal care
pp. 104-110(7)
Authors: Robertson, PaulB.; delAguila, MichaelA.; Anderson, MaxwellH.

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Restoration or implant placement: a growing treatment planning quandary
pp. 111-122(12)
Authors: O'Neal, RobertB.; Butler, BobbyL.

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The periodontal–endodontic controversy
pp. 123-130(8)
Authors: Harrington, GeraldW.; Steiner, DavidR.; Ammons, WilliamF.

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Erratum
pp. 131-134(4)

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