Starting in January 2018, the Journal of Periodontology and Clinical Advances in Periodontics will be published by Wiley.
ACCESS TO FULL-TEXT JOP AND CAP CONTENT NOT WORKING
Member access to full-text content in the online Journal of Periodontology and Clinical Advances in Periodontics is currently not working due to technical issues. The AAP apologizes for this disruption and is working to restore access as soon as possible. In the meantime, all tables of contents and abstracts continue to be accessible, along with JOP podcasts and the newest best evidence consensus papers (in the March JOP). The disease classification supplement is accessible as well.
Established in 1930 as the official publication of the AAP, the Journal of Periodontology (JOP) publishes original papers of the highest scientific quality to support practice, education, and research in the dental specialty of periodontics.
Published online since 2011, Clinical Advances in Periodontics (CAP) is dedicated to advancing clinical management of patients by translating scientific knowledge into practical therapy. In early 2018, CAP became published in print as well as online.
A dynamic Web edition of Periospectives may be accessed quarterly by all AAP members. U.S. members also receive a print version of the magazine in the mail.
The current Glossary of Periodontal Terms is available in AAP Connect.
Proceedings from the American Academy of Periodontology 2013 Spring Conference, April 13-14, 2013, Chicago, Illinois
The AAP publishes original scientific papers to support the practice, education, and research in the dental specialty of periodontics.
The Periodontal Literature Review: The Next Generation is a review of scientific literature from 1996 through 2010 related to periodontology. Periodontal Literature Reviews, published in 1996, is available as a PDF file.
While you can still purchase two patient education brochures, most of the Academy's brochures have been updated and converted to FREE customizable Patient Pages.
Members receive a weekly email digest of links to perio-related articles from a wide variety of online sources.