Adjunctive use of a subgingival controlled-release chlorhexidine chip reduces probing depth and improves attachment level compared with scaling and root planing alone

Marjorie K. Jeffcoat, Kimberly S. Bray, Sebastian G. Ciancio, Andrew R. Dentino, Daniel H. Fine, Jeffrey M. Gordon, John C. Gunsolley, William J. Killoy, Roxanne A. Lowenguth, N. Ingvar Magnusson, Steven Offenbacher, Kent G. Palcanis, Howard M. Proskin, Richard D. Finkelman, Moshe Flashner

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