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Dr. Sophie GENG  D.D.S. ph.D


Member of Chinese Periodontic Society

Dental Department of Beijing United Family Hospital

Member of International Association for Dental Research (IADR)


Providing the following services:

- Comprehensive periodontal exam and treatment plan

- Deep cleaning and Root Planning

- Osseous Surgery

- Soft tissue Grafting

- Crown Lengthening

- Guided Bone and Tissue Regeneration

- Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery

- Bite Adjustment


Enducation and Working Background:

1989 - 2001   Dept. of Periodontology , School and Hospital of Stomatology , Peking University

1996 - 1997   Visiting scholar of Dept. of Periodontology , School of Dentistry, Hong Kong University ,

2001 - 2009   Beijing United Family Hospital (BJU), Dental Clinic

2005 - 2010   A Professional trainer (instructor) on Bone grafting technique related periodontal defects and dental implant in Beijing Representative Office, Geistlich Pharma, Swiss

2010 - 2015   International Dental Centre (IDC), Beijing


Clinical Studies and Research:  (Published more than 10 Articles from 1991 to 2001

1. Non-surgical periodontal treatment

Clinical Evaluation of manual and ultrasonic subgingival scaling using  

image analysis.

2. Local delivery drug system on periodontal disease

  1) The Effect of Non-surgical Periodontal and Adjunctive Minocycline-HCL

       treatments On Collagenase activity.

  2) Local delivery of chlorhexidine gluconate (PerioChip) in periodontal maintenance patients with smoking and non-smoking

  3) Evaluation of the role of topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

      (NSAIDs) in periodontal disease

3. The serum levels of soluble intercellular adult periodontitis, rapidly

    progressive periodontitis and normal subjects.

4. IgG subclass antibodies to Porphyromonas gingivalis in patients with adult periodontitis, rapidly progressive periodontitis and normal Subjects.

5. Bone Grafting and guided tissue regeneration on periodontal defects.