StatusThe thesis was presented on the 26 June, 2018
Approved by NCAA on the 23 November, 2018
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The paper is exposed on 141 pages, edited according to the established requirements: Introduction, four chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography from 123 titles), 82 pages of basic text, 71 ﬁ gures, 28 tables. The results of the research were reported in 16 scientiﬁ c papers.
Field of study: dentistry Aim and objectives: To assess the periodontal conditions reﬂ ected clinically, biochemical and microbiologically in patients with initial chronic marginal periodontitis, to develop a guidline for management in the general dental practice. Assessment of the knowledge and practical skills of general dental practitioners in the Republic of Moldova in the ﬁ eld of periodontology. Estimation of clinical, microbiological and biochemical salivary manifestations in patients with early chronic marginal periodontitis. Applying additional methods of periodontal treatment. Developing a guideline in the management of initial chronic marginal periodontitis for general dental practice. Novelty and scientiﬁ c originality: Elaboration of diagnostic protocol using PCR tests and salivary biochemical tests for dental clinical practice.
Scientiﬁ c research methodology: Study using clinical trials, microbiology by PCR technique, salivary biochemical tests and oral probiotics.
The scientiﬁ c problem solved in the thesis: The use of biochemical tests, microbiological PCR tests (the polymerase chain reaction), the use of probiotics allows the early dignosis of incipient chronic marginal periodontitis and the prevention of its advancement.
Application value of the study:The use of laboratory tests - biochemical and microbiological, will allow general dental practitioners to better identify patients with incipient destruction or predisposition to periodontal tissue destruction.
Implementation of the scientiﬁ c results: The elaborated diagnostic algorithm of the early lesions of the periodontal tissues was implemented within the dental ofﬁ ce SRL „Perfect Clasic Dent”. It was described in the training process at the Chair of Therapeutical Dentistry SUMP „Nicolae Testemitanu”.