• Parodontitis verhindern

  • Risikopatienten identifizieren

The new and patented method for evaluating the gingival sulcus.

Innovative NGS analysis

Novel evaluation

Practice-oriented recommendation

PadoBiom® analyses and evaluates the periodontal
and its equilibrium by means of next-generation sequencing. In contrast to the examination of
individual pathogenic bacteria, this method enables
the comprehensive and early assessment of developing periodontitis.

The dysbiosis index, the identification of risk patients,
the evaluation of key parameters and the examination
of antibiotic resistance genes lead to outcome recommendations that optimise the treatment timing and
treatment planning
of every dental practice.

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Dysbiosis index and progression

Early detection prior to periodontitis and identification of risk patients

Assessment symbiosis / dysbiosis


The balance between health- and disease-related bacteria indicates symbiotic or dysbiotic conditions. Only on the basis of this assessment via the dysbiosis index of the oral microbiome a real assessment and the change before clinical symptoms is possible.

Identification of progression


The detection of bacteria in the gingival pocket according to the clinical situation is expectable. Only the identification of deviating microbial loads makes specific therapy possible and identifies high-risk patients who really benefit from adjuvant.

Key parameters

Key parameters for additional evaluation

Evaluation of richness


The knowledge of the constituents of the subgingival flora allows conclusions to be drawn about the microbial biodiversity in the oral microbiome.

Evaluation of evenness


The knowledge of the distribution of individual bacteria in the oral microbiome allows an assessment of the balance of the different species.

Evaluation of pathogenicity


The identification of indicator bacteria with high pathogenic potential allows the classification of pathogenicity in oral microbiome.

Determination of Aa serotypes


The detection of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans a, b, c, d, e and JP2 clone in the subgingival flora are the basis for individual antibiotic therapy.

Antibiotic resistance genes

Bacterially induced therapy failure

Detection of resistance genes


Routinely analysis of existing antibiotic resistance genes in 5 dentally relevant antibiotic classes provides essential information for optimized antibiotic therapy.

Recommendation for results

In 3 practice-oriented categories


Regular dental check-up without any need of treatment conclusion


Prophylaxis program with monitoring and regular screening


Periodontal therapy with and without adjuvant (according to progression).

The result recommendations are the essential component that really matters. With PadoBiom® it has been redesigned. Outcome recommendations take the form of classification into one of three practice-based categories, with procedures from the familiar dental treatment spectrum.

This makes it possible for the first time to decide at an early stage which patients belong from the check-up to prophylaxis or even from prophylaxis to therapy. This improves the success of the therapy and even prevents the need for therapy if the diagnosis is made at an early stage.

Advantages for treatment providers


Use PadoBiom® to diagnose periodontitis at an early stage and to identify high-risk patients with existing disease.