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Binnaz Leblebicioglu

Associate Professor of Periodontology

D.D.S., Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1989; Certificate, Periodontology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1993; M.S., Periodontology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 1993; Ph.D., Oral Biology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 1998; Diplomate of the American Academy of Periodontology, 2006

Phone: 614-247-7397
e-mail: leblebicioglu.1@osu.edu

Research Interests
Signal transduction involved in periodontal/peri-implant wound healing.
Treatment Outcome

Descriptive of Research
Currently, my primary research interest is to investigate the possible mechanisms involved in delayed type mucosal wound healing. I collaborate with Oral Biology Section and Comprehensive Wound Center at OSU. We conduct both clinical and basic science research.
I am also conducting several clinical research projects related to treatment outcome following implant placement surgery. We investigate early healing process at periodontal/peri-implant tissues. We combine clinical documentation with various molecular biology methods to evaluate different phases of healing.

Recent Publications
DeAngelo S, Murphy J, Claman L, Kalmar J, Leblebicioglu B. Hereditary gingival fibromatosis--a review. Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry 28:138-143; quiz 144, 2007.

Leblebicioglu B, Rawal S, Mariotti A. A review of the functional and esthetic requirements for dental implants. Journal of the American Dental Association 138:321-329, 2007.

DeAngelo S, Kumar P, Beck F, Tatakis DN, Leblebicioglu B. Early soft tissue maturation and peri-implant microflora formation around one-stage dental implants in partially edentulous patients. Journal of Periodontology 78:1878-1886, 2007.