Economic Periodontal and Implant Dentistry

Diagnosis of High Risk Periodontal Patients

Author(s): Rainer Buchmann

Pp: 143-164 (22)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681083834116010008

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Accurate diagnosis, knowledge of treatment efficacy including limits of surgery with continuous interdisciplinary treatment exchange comprise the key factors in evaluating subjects at high periodontal risk. Premise is a logical and efficient treatment sequence based on biological fundamentals. Beside clinical and microbial parameters, patients at periodontal risk with general diseases additionally require laboratory analysis. The complete healing capacity enrolls if conventional treatment regimens with subsequent plaque control, comprehensive initial therapy, antibiotics and corrective surgery are implemented. If you want entering the borderlines of periodontics with your high risk periodontal patients, here is an overview for appropriate diagnosis.

Keywords: Betaisodona, Check-up, Chlorhexidine, Fluoridization, Furcation involvement, Gender, Genetics, Healing, Host response, Hyperplasia, Infection control, Morbus Down, Oral disinfection, Oral mucosa, Periodontal pathogens, Prognosis, Race, Risk factors, Tongue, Uncoped stress.

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